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    You can have fun playing with the worst players in the game. A hat trick with Drake Berehowsky, a 4-goal game with Tie Domi, or even scoring a game-winning goal with Stu Grimson can make your friends weep in defeat. Some of you might enjoy playing with these lineups, and some of you might be bored to tears. Nevertheless, I suggest you give them a try and have fun with them. If you are playing against the CPU, then leave the CPU's lineup as it is (but use the line I provided for YOUR team); if you are playing against a friend, then you and your friends use the lines provided below. Make sure penalties are OFF. Play five or ten-minute periods as you choose. Should any of your players suffer an injury, please put in the worst/unskilled player available from your bench (don't need Jeremy Roenick replacing Stu Grimson at center on Chicago). -------------------------------------------------- Anaheim Mighty Ducks G: Ron Tugnutt LD: Bobby Dollas RD: Dennis Vial LW: Troy Loney C: Stu Grimson RW: Bob Corkum -------------------------------------------------- Boston Bruins G: John Blue LD: Glen Feathrston RD: Jim Wiemer LW: Dave Reid C: Darin Kimble RW: Peter Douris -------------------------------------------------- Buffalo Sabres G: Tom Draper LD: Randy Moller RD: Gord Donnelly LW: Rob Ray C: Bob Corkum RW: Randy Wood -------------------------------------------------- Calgary Flames G: Jeff Reese LD: Alexnder Godynyuk RD: Greg Smyth LW: Brent Ashton C: Craig Berube RW: Ronnie Stern -------------------------------------------------- Chicago Blackhawks G: Jim Waite LD: Adam Bennett RD: Craig Muni LW: Stephane Matteau C: Stu Grimson RW: Troy Murray -------------------------------------------------- Dallas Stars G: Darcy Wakaluk LD: Craig Ludwig RD: Enrico Ciccone LW: Bobby Smith C: Shane Churla RW: Trent Klatt ------------------------------------------------- Detroit Red Wings G: Vincent Riendeau LD: Brad McCrimmon RD: Steve Konroyd LW: John Ogrodnick C: Bob Probert RW: Jim Hiller -------------------------------------------------- Edmonton Oilers G: Ron Tugnutt LD: Luke Richardson RD: Geoff Smith LW: Kelly Buchberger C: Louie DeBrusk RW: Steven Rice ------------------------------------------------ Florida Panthers G: Mark Fitzpatrik LD: Joe Cirella RD: Milan Tichy LW: Tom Fitzgerald C: Scott Mellanby RW: Dave Lowry ----------------------------------------------- Hartford Whalers G: Mario Gosselin LD: Randy Ladouceur RD: Allen Pedersen LW: Yvon Corriveau C: Jim McKenzie RW: Mark Janssens ---------------------------------------------- Los Angeles Kings G: Rick Knickle LD: Marty McSorley RD: Rene Chapdlaine LW: Gary Shuchuk C: Warren Rychel RW: Pat Conacher -------------------------------------------- Montreal Canadiens G: Andre Racicot LD: Donald Dufresne RD: Sean Hill LW: Mario Roberge C: Todd Ewen RW: Ed Ronan -------------------------------------------- New Jersey Devils G: Craig Billington LD: Ken Daneyko RD: Scott Niedrmayer LW: Janne Ojanen C: Troy Mallette RW: Bill Guerin --------------------------------------------- New York Islanders G: Mark Fitzpatrik LD: Uwe Krupp RD: Dennis Vaske LW: Travis Green C: Mick Vukota RW: Brad Dalgarno -------------------------------------------- New York Rangers G: Mike Richter LD: Jeff Beukeboom RD: Jay Wells LW: Paul Broten C: Joey Kocur RW: Mike Hartman -------------------------------------------- Ottawa Senators G: Peter Sidorkwicz LD: Brad Marsh RD: Gord Dineen LW: Rob Murphy C: Jody Hull RW: Andrew McBain --------------------------------------------- Philadelphia Flyers G: Steph Beauregard LD: Shawn Cronin RD: Terry Carkner LW: Claude Boivin C: Dave Brown RW: Vachslav Butsayev ---------------------------------------------- Pittsburgh Penguins G: Ken Wregget LD: Kjell Samuelsson RD: Grant Jennings LW: Troy Loney C: Jay Caufield RW: Jeff Daniels ---------------------------------------------- Quebec Nordiques G: Stephane Fiset LD: Craig Wolanin RD: Steven Finn LW: Chris Simon C: Tony Twist RW: Gino Cavallini ----------------------------------------------- San Jose Sharks G: Brian Hayward LD: Doug Zmolek RD: David Williams LW: Ed Courtenay C: David Maley RW: Jeff Odgers --------------------------------------------- St. Louis Blues G: Guy Hebert LD: Stephane Quintal RD: Murray Baron LW: Basil McRae C: Kelly Chase RW: Dave Lowry --------------------------------------------- Tampa Bay Lightning G: J.C. Bergeron LD: Joe Reekie RD: Matt Hervey LW: Adam Creighton C: Steve Maltais RW: Tim Bergland --------------------------------------------- Toronto Maple Leafs G: Rick Wamsley LD: Drake Berehowsky RD: Bob Rouse LW: Mark Osborne C: Ken Baumgartnr RW: Mike Foligno --------------------------------------------- Vancouver Canucks G: Kay Whitmore LD: Robert Dirk RD: Dave Babych LW: Jim Sandlak C: Gino Odjick RW: Tom Fergus ------------------------------------------- Washington Capitals G: Rick Tabaracci LD: Shawn Anderson RD: Rod Langway LW: Paul MacDermid C: Alan May RW: Dale Hunter -------------------------------------------- Winnipeg Jets G: Jim Hrivnak LD: Dean Kennedy RD: Randy Carlyle LW: Tie Domi C: Andy Brickley RW: John Druce -------------------------------------------
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    ROM: NHL95_34_Team_ROM.bin This is an editable 34-team ROM for NHL'95 (hack details in this thread). At this time, you can't play the season mode (it'll crash on player stats), but can create custom ROMs for exhibition play, or playoff play. I figured I would make this like wboy's tile molestor screenshots, but with text that you can copy/paste to make it a bit easier. First, in order for this to work in NOSE, you have to add the following text (and save) to the roms.ini file: [GM T-50856 -34] Comments=NHL 95 - 30 Team ROM OriginalROMProductCode=GM T-50856 -00 Teams=34 1st splash screen TM Offset: 1CE1D8 Palette (decimal): 1928696 2nd splash screen TM Offset: 1C4C6A Palette (decimal): 1890442 Title screen TM Offset: 18DAB2 Palette (decimal): 1657522 Title Screen Logo TM Offset: 195240 Palette (decimal): 1665216 Team Start Menu Logos They are all 4D6 (hex) in size, so you can use relative location in TM of 4D6 and press F5 to repeat to scroll through easily. 19A99C 19AE72 19B348 19B81E 19BCF4 19C1CA 19C6A0 19CB76 19D04C 19D522 19D9F8 19DECE 19E3A4 19E87A 19ED50 19F226 19F6FC 19FBD2 1A00A8 1A057E 1A0A54 1A0F2A 1A1400 1A18D6 1A1DAC 1A2282 1A2758 1A2C2E 1A3104 1A35DA 1A3AB0 1A3F86 1A445C 1A4932 Palette: 1723904 Size is 544 (12 x 34). Each palette is in team order 1-34. Take special note of colors 1-7. Team Center Ice Logos Each is 36A (hex) in length, so you can use relative location in TM of 36A and press F5 to repeat to scroll through easily. 1AE50A 1AE814 1AEB1E 1AEE28 1AF132 1AF43C 1AF746 1AFA50 1AFD5A 1B0064 1B036E 1B0678 1B0982 1B0C8C 1B0F96 1B12A0 1B15AA 1B18B4 1B1BBE 1B1EC8 1B21D2 1B24DC 1B27E6 1B2AF0 1B2DFA 1B3104 1B340E 1B3718 1B3A22 1B3D2C 1B4036 1B4340 1B464A 1B4954 Palettes will be the home strip offsets in NOSE. Meaning, the center ice logo must use the same palette as the home jerseys strips in NOSE. The location will change with any change in team data. I suggest anyone modding the ROM to change the strips/logos first before changing team data as the following palette locations are pretty handy. These will only work if you haven't changed the team data: 1733388 1734108 1734842 1735500 1736216 1736884 1737588 1738298 1738912 1739612 1740346 1741072 1741780 1742400 1743092 1743742 1744474 1745178 1745854 1746568 1747262 1747936 1748612 1749260 1749884 1750584 1751320 1752092 1752818 1753538 1754178 1754850 1755604 1756358 Menu Banners TM Offset: 142910 Palette (decimal): 1345168 Scoreboard Banners TM Offset: 1B4C6A Palette (decimal): 1810826 1995/2018 Stanley Cup Champions TM Offset: 197176 Palette (decimal): 1676822 Player Cards TM Offset (3bpp linear): A2C42 Palette (decimal): 663022 Each card is 36A (hex) apart, and they use the same palette, so easy to skip through by using relative Go To and F5 in TM. Starting with Team 01 through 34, each team has 6 cards - G, LD, RD, LW, C & RW. The names that are associated to these player cards are determined by the team best line, the line used when the game is played with no line changes (NLC). Thanks @wboy Music Table Offset: C60 Same as '94, each team has 6 music slots, one byte each. 1st # - face off music 2nd # - power play music 3rd # - 2nd period random music 4th # - goal music 5th # - penalty kill music 6th # - 3rd period random music If anyone wants to figure out the description of each music block, let me know. 30 - Let's Go Band 31 - Here We Go 32 - Charge 33 - 34 - Sabre Dance 35 - 36 - 37 - Beatles - They Say It's Your Birthday 38 - 39 - 3A - 3B - 3C - 3D - 3E - 3F - 40 - 41 - 42 - William Tell 43 - 44 - 45 - 46 - 47 - 48 - 49 - 4A - 4B - 4C - 4D - 4E - Montreal (Halte la Les Canadiens sont la) 4F - 50 - 51 - 52 - 53 - 54 - 55 - 56 - 57 - 58 - 59 - 5A - 5B - 5C - 5D - 5E - 5F - 60 - 61 - 62 - 63 - 64 - 65 - 66 - 67 - 68 - 69 - 6A - 6B - 6C - 6D - 6E - 6F - 70 - 71 - 72 - 73 - 74 - 75 - 76 - 77 - Change selectable teams 85EAB - Player 01 85EAC - Player 02 Change selectable teams for playoffs 85F92 85FE2 85FF0 87A14 Any questions, just let me know.
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    Eklund and Recchi were a couple of my early GDL favourites. Unfortunately I didn't count on what a difference-maker Gartner can be when used well. Whoops! Tex was better regardless. (and now that I've watched it again, looks like Tikkanen did enough damage on his own!) @kingraph I notice that the stream from last time is gone from Twitch... There's an option somewhere for forcing it to archive the video (and you need to scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Save, which I didn't do when I streamed in Saskatoon, whoops)
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    BUMP! We are set for August 11th at 2pm! Pre-registration can take place on the Long Island Retro Gaming Expo site: http://expo.liretro.com/ If anyone is planning to attend from this community, please let me know sooner than later! 2017 was a blast, @corbettkb beat @smozoma in an exciting finals! @Lupz27 went to the semis, and we had @orangeblack92 representing as well. You can read through 2017 here and see the finals video. @chaosand I will be running the event again this year, unfortunately @Evan and @egg won't be able to attend. In addition, we have had some players come for 3 straight years and the competition is pretty tight! Format (based on 32 entries) is a 3 game round robin, followed by 16 team single elimination (best of 3 series). It's a blast, and as part of the Expo, there are lots of other things to do there, so come early and leave late! Featured table will be streamed at www.twitch.tv/kingraph ( I will let everyone know when that goes live). Arda Ocal is planning to attend, along with former NHL enforcer Colton Orr! Here's a sample of Orr's work:
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    Wonderful news. @chaos you are my hero.
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    @oboe I'm working on this right now, should be done by tomorrow (for Gens saves). I'll add ZSNES and RetroArch at a later (maybe the weekend) time, but I'd like to make sure I can at least get it working first.
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    Drake Batherson (Sens draft pick) is the nephew of former Sens tough guy Dennis Vial.
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    2018 Set 2018 #4 OTT - Brady Tkachuk (LW) - Son of Keith Tkachuk (and brother of 2016 #6 pick Matthew Tkachuk) #32 BUF - Mattias Samuelsson (D) - Son of Kjell Samuelsson #47 WSH - Kody Clark (RW) - Son of Wendel Clark #63 MIN - Jack McBain (C) - Son of Andrew McBain (OTT) #93 WSH - Riley Sutter (RW) - Son of Ron Sutter, Nephew of Brent and Rich #103 NYI - Jacob Pivonka (C) - Son of Michal Pivonka #171 COL - Nikolai Kovalenko (RW) - Son of Andrei Kovalenko. In case you are wondering, Nikolai is listed as 174lbs. And Andrei is listed as.. TWO HUNDRED TWENTY SEVEN POUNDS WHAT?! #196 NYI - Christian Krygier (D) - Son of Todd Krygier, and twin brother of 2018 #201 Cole Krygier #201 FLA - Cole Krygier (D) - Son of Todd Krygier, and twin brother of 2018 #201 Christian Krygier
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    Many people came close to beating me in Toronto. The live in person pressure gets to me more than it does anyone! Id bet on that honestly. I like being in my own safe personal space, alone on a computer with a working internet connection, preferably not in a basement. Im not too big on that human contact stuff lol.
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    https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/king-of-94-iii-nhl-94-tournament-registration-47538592209 SNES online players confirmed Millertime_Van Koke Jammer Halifax (still need to register) Sega Genesis Online Players Confirmed LeifErickson Orangeblack Smozoma Coachmac Iamfleuryshipcheck
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    The toronto pictures are all terrible and every copy, physical or digital, should be burned
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    I bet $10 at 10 to 1 odds back near the end of the Group Stage that Croatia would win it all. (I didn't think they were the best team, but they had the longest odds of teams that had a legit shot on Bodog.) If I had bet before a game was played, I think they were 27 to 1. (But I needed to see some teams play before betting.) Germany had about the best 10 minutes ever in the opening of their 2nd game vs Sweden. Looked unbeatable. Then they lost to South Korea, lol. Can't believe they didn't even make it into knockout stage. Anyway, I rooting for Croatia, but the most exciting player this time around is France's Mbappe, and I do expect France to win.
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    I just posted my newest video on youtube. It's the first video in my beginner series where I explain some of the finer points of NHL '94 that newer people may not know. These videos are directed towards newer people but vets are also encouraged to watch and contribute if they like. I'm still working on my Team breakdowns for GENS and will hopefully be able to record my video for Boston over the weekend. The script is ready to go, I just need to shoot footage.
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    Not that they will ever play in the NHL, but the Senators AHL affiliate just signed the sons of NHL 94 greats Darrin Rumble and Mike Krushelnyski. I think with these signings, it has become obvious that some teams are just reaching to make any connections with this iconic game we all know and love (NHL 94!). http://www.hockeyfights.com/news/214491