This is part 2 of 2 about what to do with your team in the online hockey game cyberpuck. You can read part 1 or check the review of the game.

Last part we talked about how to get a team and what to do first when you get your team.


Today I’m showing you the 7 thing you can do with your team.

1- Found and recruit good players

Like we said previously you should sign all your player and try to sign as many active players you can.  Player can joins and replace NPC on their own too so frequently check if somebody joined your roster. You can make them offer so their player stay longer and add penalty to prevent them from leaving.

Option to check :

Recieved Offers: check the players that want to sign with you

Marketplace: find player that are for sell

Player Search : search and make offer to free player

2- Set-up your line and shootout

Updating your line frequently is very important so you always have the best player in your lineup. Update your line especially when you have new player that join. Do the same thing for the shootout order too.

Option to check :  

Team Tactics

Shootout Order

3- Manage your arena:

Your ticket price to make more money and upgrade your arena so you can receive more money and offer big juicy contract.

This is your main (and almost only) source of revenue. The other way to get money is to sell player to other team.


Option to check :



4-Give / Renew your player contracts


If you want your player to be happy and to stay longer offer longer and juicier contract with a penalty if you release them and a sign-in bonus. If you have your own player on your team, you can give them big contract and have a lot of money to spend on training and equipment after.

Option to check:

Contracts & Bonuses

5- Personalize your team.

Personalize your team so you can show your color to other manager, it show that you actively manage your team, increasing the chance of good player joining your team and give a personality to your team.

Go ahead, add a logo, create a banner, give them a great name. Don’t be afraid to be creative.


Option to check:

Logo & Banner

Rename Club

6- Talk to the player owners

Talk to the owner if they have other player they want to join the team, put the best player on the best line, discuss strategy with them. Check if they are active.

Option to check:

Activity Checker

Team Forum

Team Private Forum

and in game messaging.

7 Do some exhibition match

You can go on pickup game and take on other team if they allow the option to do so.

You can also arrange friendly by go to manage team. Then to a page of another team, then click "arrange friendlies" at the top of the page. (I re-added the page -it was missing since the last update).

and can check you pending invitation or the invite you sent in Friendlies.

That all folk, I’m looking for other game to check out, hockey sim or anything else. Please leave a comment if you have a suggestion.

I finally got my hand on a team in cyberpuck, it cost 500 CDP to purchase the team and you need to pay an amount per season, the more season you are willing to pay the less point per season it cost. 

I wasn’t sure where I should buy a team so I bought a team in a country that not too crowded so my team had a good chance of winning.
When you buy a team you get a whole new menu under Manage team.

manage team
There a lot of useless option there lets cut the fact and talk about how to get that team and what you can do with your team.

How to get a team and what are the option

Getting cyber point

The hard part of buying a team is to get cyberpoint the buy your team, by logging every day you get around 20 point which mights take awhile to get to the minimum 1000 you need.

There other way to get point. You can either promote cyberpuck be referring other player or write some blog post about the game and they will credit you some cyberpoint.

If you have a good pocket you can pour some money in and buy cyberpoint, that probably the easiest way to get cyber point.

Buying a team for many season


Buying a team cost 500 point + up to 500 per season. Once you got those point you can chose how many seasons you want to manage the team and select a team that is free in one of the league of your choice.

If you are just starting you should probably got the less crowded leagues like Germany, Iceland, Japan where there is less competitive teams.



What can you do when you have a team

Finally you’ve got your team, grab some champagne and make a big party or just grab a beer, time to set up your team.

There  a lot to do with a team but it’s actually require less than time than managing your player.

Probably the first thing you need to do is to put your players (if you can) in your team.

For each player search for your team and make them join the team or you can make an offer from your team menu to all your player.

After that try to find decent free player and make them offer for the position that you need player, the default NPC player are awful so you want to replace them by actively managed players.

Next article about Cyberpuck, I’ll dig deeper on what you can do with your team.

Check out my previous entry about Cyberpuck

Has I was searching a  good hockey manager and I stumble upon Cyber puck.
Cyber puck is a hockey manager game, where you can take care of a team or manage the career of up to 5 players.

The goal of cyberpuck is simple, if you don’t pay money all you need to do is to take care of 5 player, you have to find them a team where to play, train team, instruct them tactic to do in the game, buy them equipment etc.


Creating a player.

You can create up to 5 player, with cyberpoint you can create more player or buy inactive player so you can have a bigger pool of player to manage.
It’s really up to you to create what position you player will play and what it’s speciality (wrist shot, slqp shot etc) however keep in mind that a team usually have 3-4 line so they need around 9 forward (3 of each) and 6 defenseman and only 2 goaler. So don’t over create goalers, one or even 0 is enough.
Once your player is created assign him to a team to earn money.
Don’t forget to go in the tactic to setup your player tactic in game.

Training and buying you player stuff

Contrary to SHL training is done on a player level and you need to hire a personal trainer to each player. Each trainer boost different ability, pick a trainer that boosts the primary or secondary attribute that your player need. 

You can buy equipment to boost your player attribute has well, there 3 kind of equipment you can equip stick, skate and helmet. What funny is that equipment can give you bonus unrelated to the equipment like a helmet can increase your wrists shoot ability…

Having a team

I haven’t been able to have a team yet since you need to pay 1000 cyberpoint to buy a team and only have 200 for now. champion ship
Once I get there I’ll make a post about it

Cyberpoint : what it give and how to get them

With cyber point you can do a bunch of stuff like the following.

Buy a team

The only way to have a team is to buy a team with point, so keep your point to get your team 🙂

Boost your player

Increase you player ability by using cyberpoint it accelerates the player development.

Create new player and increase player limit

If you want to hire more player and create them you need cyberpoint for that too.

Create equipment

If you want to boost specific ability use, you can create an equipment that boost those exact abilities for your player by using some cyberpoint.

Buy a inactive player

when people stop playing you can buy their player, someone actually did that to me, I wasn’t very happy to rebuild from scratch my players.

How to get Cyberpoint ?

You can get cyberpoint by logging everyday, referring the game to your friend, making blog post about the game and by buying them.

Overall cyberpuck has some really good idea but the site it self is kind of clumsy Flow of the game Is not really intuitive and I was somewhat lost when started playing.
Like, for some reason sometime the game sent you back to your player list when all you want it to continue what you’re doing (like buying equipment)
Or when you buy equipment, you need to buy then click back (which do not work on chrome) then go to inventory then equip it. Instead of equipping the item directly…

Even if the navigation is hard, you will probably like cyberpuck anyway if you a hockey fan. However I’m not sure you will like it if you don’t know squat about hockey.

Here my referall link to the game :

I don’t get money but I get cyberpoint… 🙂

Give it a try and leave a comment on how you liked/hated this game.