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  1. HDMI TV's

    Thanks, good to get experiences/opinions on these
  2. Clint Malarchuk is the goalie who's neck was cut open by a skate in 1989. Since then he's had bad PTSD. (warning: main photo has some blood) (whoops, I thought he was in 94, but actually he retired after the 91-92 season)
  3. HDMI TV's

    What particular complaints did you have about the Framemeister and the Mini Gens HD? If it's lag.. that could actually be a setting on your TV. New TVs with motion smoothing (like 120Hz mode) will add delay, but you can usually disable it -- my TV has a Game Mode that I can enable per-input (e.g., on HDMI input #2).
  4. REFERENCE: NHL'95 34 Team ROM Offsets

    The forum only lets me Like this once, unfortunately
  5. Anyone Make custom Carts here?

    Look for the tool called "NOSE" on these forums. It makes editing rosters and team colours and names super simple (really amazing program). Then you could ask if someone would update the slash screen and team logos for you, since that is trickier.
  6. [Oct, 2018 - Vancouver, BC] - KING of '94 III

    Nice bead player! Here are the rules: It'll minimum 6 games (Maybe minimum 7 or 8)
  7. 1977 World Junior Championships

    Is that Phil Esposito at the start? If there were a clearer version of this video, that'd be meme-able
  8. 1977 World Junior Championships

    Apparently he died last year, Mylnikov
  9. 1977 World Junior Championships

    I think every game for anyone with the Nordiques that year was a horrible game Team GP W L T Pts GF GA PIM Att. Coach Playoff Results Quebec Nordiques 80 12 61 7 31 240 407 2104 15,080 Michel Bergeron Out of Playoffs Player Name GP Min GA GAA W L T Svs Pct EN SO John Tanner 1 60 3 3.00 0 1 0 27 0.900 0 0 Mario Brunetta 6 191 13 4.08 1 2 0 86 0.869 0 0 Ron Tugnutt 35 1978 152 4.61 5 24 3 928 0.859 4 0 Sergei Mylnikov 10 568 47 4.96 1 7 2 283 0.858 1 0 Greg Millen 18 1080 95 5.28 3 14 1 553 0.853 3 0 Scott Gordon 10 597 53 5.33 2 8 0 315 0.856 1 0 Stephane Fiset 6 342 34 5.96 0 5 1 165 0.829 1 0 Except these guys # Player Name Pos. GP G A Pts PIM +/- GP G A Pts PIM Birthplace Age 19 Joe Sakic C 80 39 63 102 27 -40 -- -- -- -- -- BC: Burnaby 20 26 Peter Stastny 1 F 62 24 38 62 24 -45 -- -- -- -- -- Slovakia: Bratislava 32 Michel Goulet 2 L 57 16 29 45 42 -33 -- -- -- -- -- PQ: Peribonka 29
  10. Hamachi relayed connection

    Note that when it comes to Internet, there are two different types of 'fast.' Bandwidth (how much data can be sent in a period of time). Higher is better. Typically measured in megabits-per-second. Latency/ping (how long it takes for a piece of data to go from one place to another). Lower is better. Measured in milliseconds. For downloading files or watching HD video, you want high bandwidth so that you can get LOTS of data in a short period of time. For games, you want low latency so you can get data SOONER. Games like NHL94 use very little data, so the only important thing is latency. If you can get cheap wired internet, even if it has has low bandwidth, that will be better for 94. We have found that wireless connections are always worse than wired connections.
  11. Best Setups for NHL94

    Basically, moving to a new computer will sometimes have problems, so the best OS is the one you already have working I'd expect that cable is better than (or equal to) DSL, unless there it something particular about your location? EDIT: DSL vs cable will depend pretty much entirely on the physical setup of the network in your area. You'd have to try both.
  12. Hamachi relayed connection

    Oh interesting. Maybe we should put that trick into one of our 'playing online' guides. Here's a description:
  13. Hamachi relayed connection

    Don't feel stupid, that's messed up. That sounds like an artificial limitation they've created. Or.. all I can find about "opengate" is this: Are you using wireless internet?
  14. Hamachi relayed connection

    You can always host directly, but you can only play as the home team that way (unless you switch to SNES!). Unfortunately you won't be able to do away games unless your opponent can also set up their router correctly for direct connections.
  15. NHL 2018 Deadline update - Naples

    That should be fixable, as far as I know. I vaguely recall looking into it last year.. either I never actually finished working on it (I definitely remember putting off looking into it for quite a while) or I missed something or I never actually got around to looking at it.... Unless that was the music...