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Hello Rewinders! Here's a first look at Rewind's complete player database, see attached file. It is only checked by me so I can not guarantee that everything is correct, if you find something wrong, feel free to tell me and I will change. The list is in its simplest form, with two tabs divided outfield players and goalies. Rating is 0-6 except for weight which is 0-15. 25 goalies had half values (on overall rating) (eg 84.5) and then it is rounded up to the nearest whole number. Speaking of goalies, it can be stated that the goalie level has risen significantly! In the original game, there are 8 goalies with 70 or more in rating, and in Rewind there are a total of 17! The average value of the goalkeepers in the original database is 56.7 distributed among 55 goalies, while the average value of Rewind is 63.66 distributed among 66 goalies. So it should generally be a little harder to score on Rewind compared to the original game... As a Swede, I keep an extra eye on the Swedish players and can state that Anton Blidh, Boston, is the lowest ranked player in the entire database (29), and that Robin Lehner, Vegas, is the heaviest goalkeeper (12)! For those who like snipers (like me), there are three players who have maximum value in shooting strength and shooting precision (6/6) (Alex Ovechkin, Shea Weber and Auston Matthews) and that there are two Swedes among the 15 players in total who have at least 5/5 shots (Viktor Arvidsson and Elias Pettersson) And last, and perhaps most importantly, speed. There is only one player with 6 agility and 6 speed, Mr McDavid .. and only 4 players in total have 6 speed ... McDavid, Barzal, Byron and of course a Swede! Carl Hagelin. That Hagelin has 2 in all other values (except 4 agility) we ignore right now ;-) / Limpan Rewind-database-v1.xlsx