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  1. Smaller set of '94 progeny this year: 2017 #2 PHI - Nolan Patrick (C ) - Nephew of James Patrick #7 NYR - Lias Andersson (C/LW) - Nephew of Mikael Andersson (NYR trade up to #7 pick to pick a player not ranked higher than 12th online....) #14 TB - Callan Foote (D) - Son of Adam Foote #62 VEG - Jake Leschyshyn (C ) - Son of Curtis Leschyshyn #177 EDM - Skyler Brind'Amour (C) - Son of Rod Brind'Amour #199 MTL - Cayden Primeau (G) - Son of Keith Primeau (and nephew of Wayne Primeau (NHL 94-10), not in the video game) These players graduated to the NHL in the 2016-17 season: 2016 #6 CGY - Matthew Tkachuk (LW) - Son of Keith Tkachuk #16 ARI - Jakob Chychrun (D) - Nephew of Luke Richardson (and son of Jeff Chychrun, who played 262 games in the NHL from 86-94 but was not in the game)
  2. Once again the NHL draft has featured a plethora of players who are sons of NHL'94 players. Keeping track... Bold for players who've made it to the NHL. Grey for players drafted 4th round or later. 1989 #114 STL->EDM->VAN - David Roberts (LW) - Nephew of Gordie Roberts 2004 #33 WSH - Chris Bourque (LW/RW) - Son of Ray Bourque 2007 #11 CAR->PIT->VAN - Brandon Sutter (C/RW) - Son of Brent Sutter... etc #103 ARI Vladimir Ruzicka (C ) - Son of Vladimir Ruzicka 2009 #29 TB->TOR->KHL - Carter Ashton (RW/LW) - Son of Brent Ashton #32 DET->BOS - Landon Ferraro (C/W) - Son of Ray Ferraro #77 MIN->BUF - Matt Hackett (G) - Nephew of Jeff Hackett #61 PIT->ARI - Philip Samuelsson (D) - Son of Ulf Samuelsson #80 NYR - Ryan Bourque (C/LW) - Son of Ray Bourque #188 TOR -> Barron Smith (D) - Son of Steve Smith 2010 #30 NYI - Brock Nelson (C/LW) - Nephew of Dave Christian #34 CBJ - Dalton Smith (LW) - Nephew of Keith Primeau (and son of Derrick Smith (NHL 84-94) and nephew of Wayne Primeau (NHL 94-10), neither in the video game) #63 TB - Brock Beukeboom (D) - Son of Jeff Beukeboom #22 MTL->ARI - Jarred Tinordi (D) - Son of Mark Tinordi #40 NYR->MTL->ARI - Christian Thomas (LW/RW) - Son of Steve Thomas 2011 #20 ARI - Connor Murphy (D) - Son of Gord Murphy #31 EDM - David Musil (D) - Son of Frantisek "Frank" Musil, Nephew of Bobby Holik, Brother of 2015 #94 Adam Musil #51 ARI - Alexander Ruuttu (C/W) - Son of Christian Ruuttu #67 WPG - Adam Lowry (LW/C) - Son of Dave Lowry #73 CAR - Keegan Lowe (D) - Sone of Kevin Lowe 2012 #27 ARI - Henrik Samuelsson (C/W) - Son of Ulf Samuelsson #29 NJ->MTL - Stefan Matteau (LW) - Son of St├ęphane Matteau #39 WPG - Lukas Sutter (C ) - Son of Rich Sutter (and Nephew of Ron and Brent Sutter and a bunch of other Sutters not in '94) (Re-drafted #200 2014 by NYI) #79 CHI - Chris Calnan (RW) - Nephew of Jeremy Roenick 2013 #12 ARI - Max Domi (LW/C) - Son of Tie Domi #19 CBJ -> TOR - Kerby Rychel (LW/RW) - Son of Warren Rychel #85 VAN - Cole Cassels (C/RW) - Son of Andrew Cassels UND TOR - Mason Marchment (LW) - Son of Bryan Marchment (undrafted, playing for TOR AHL team) 2014 #8 TOR - William Nylander (C/W) - Son of Michael Nylander (and brother of 2016 #8 pick Alexander Nylander) #31 BUF - Brendan Lemieux (LW) - Son of Claude Lemieux, Nephew of Jocelyn Lemieux #43 ARI - Ryan MacInnis (C/LW) - Son of Al MacInnis #56 BOS - Ryan Donato (C ) - Son of Ted Donato #63 DET - Dominic Turgeon (C ) - Son of Pierre Turgeon #157 LA - Jake Marchment (C ) - Nephew of Bryan Marchment #208 CHI - Jack Ramsey (RW) - Son of Mike Ramsey 2015 #14 BOS - Jake DeBrusk (LW) - Son of Louie DeBrusk #53 CGY - Rasmus Andersson (D) - Son of Peter Andersson #94 STL - Adam Musil (C ) - Son of Frantisek "Frank" Musil, Nephew of Bobby Holik, Brother of 2011 #31 David Musil #107 OTT - Christian Wolanin (D) - Son of Craig Wolanin #126 CAR - Luke Stevens (LW) - Son of Kevin Stephens 2016 #6 CGY - Matthew Tkachuk (LW) - Son of Keith Tkachuk #8 BUF - Alexander Nylander (RW/LW) - Son of Michael Nylander (and brother of 2014 #8 pick William Nylander) #11 OTT - Logan Brown (C ) - Son of Jeff Brown #16 ARI - Jakob Chychrun (D) - Nephew of Luke Richardson (and son of Jeff Chychrun, who played 262 games in the NHL from 86-94 but was not in the game) #19 NYI - Kieffer Bellows (LW/C) - Son of Brian Bellows #26 STL - Tage Thompson (C/RW) - Son of Brent Thompson #42 OTT - Jonathan Dahlen (C/LW) - Son of Ulf Dahlen #74 CAR - Hudson Elyniuk (LW/C) - Son of Pat Elyniuk #75 CAR - Jack Lafontaine (G) - Nephew of Brian Bradley (or, distant cousin, as per EliteProspects.com) #86 BUF - Casey Fitzgerald (D) - Son of Tom Fitzgerald #87 WSH - Garrett Pilon (C ) - Son of Rich Pilon #201 NYR - Ty Ronning (RW) - Son of Pixelated Heroes star Cliff Ronning 2017 #2 PHI - Nolan Patrick (C ) - Nephew of James Patrick #7 NYR - Lias Andersson (C/LW) - Nephew of Mikael Andersson (NYR trade up to #7 pick to pick a player not ranked higher than 12th online....) #14 TB - Callan Foote (D) - Son of Adam Foote #62 VEG - Jake Leschyshyn (C ) - Son of Curtis Leschyshyn #177 EDM - Skyler Brind'Amour (C) - Son of Rod Brind'Amour #199 MTL - Cayden Primeau (G) - Son of Keith Primeau (and nephew of Wayne Primeau (NHL 94-10), not in the video game) 2018 Adam Samuelsson (Son of Ulf), Mattias Samuelsson (Son of Kjell) Let me know who I'm missing! Please use the format I used so it's easy/quick for me to add! ARI has drafted 5 Sons of '94. Further, they've traded for 3 more. Very weird. Another thing I noticed in searching through the Elite Prospects draft pages is that there are a lot of guys who are a twin brother who are drafted. (No examples, just something I noticed)
  3. That is typical of Canadian internet. It's an optimization for the network I think. Anyway, you can play these games on a 33.6kbps modem if your ping is low enough. 2.5mbps is 80000x faster than that. Like Raph says, it's all about low/consistent latency and no packet loss, not high throughput.
  4. Tickets aren't available yet (August?) Kinda worried about booking a flight for Thursday instead of friday and then not being able to get tickets to the game... Anyone with more flying experience know what kind of cost hit I can expect if I need to change the flight from Thursday to Friday if I can't get a ticket? Also, we'll need 1 person to get a batch of tickets so we're together?
  5. https://www.nhl.com/goldenknights/team/preseason-schedule Date vs Location Sunday, September 17, 2:00 p.m. PT Vancouver Canucks Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC Tuesday, September 19, 6:00 p.m. PT Colorado Avalanche Pepsi Center, Denver, CO Thursday, September 21, 7:30 p.m. PT San Jose Sharks SAP Center, San Jose, CA Sunday, September 24, 7:30 p.m. PT Anaheim Ducks Honda Center, Anaheim, CA Tuesday, September 26, 7:00 p.m. PT Los Angeles Kings T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV Thursday, September 28, 7:00 p.m. PT Colorado Avalanche T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV Sunday, October 1, 5:00 p.m. PT San Jose Sharks T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV
  6. Kega is available on Mac as well. Paddy, please let us know where you get stuck and we'll help you out. If you need an emulator (software for playing the game), you can get it here: http://nhl94online.com/downloads/Gens_Complete.zip (for Windows PC). unzip that and run the Gens application, then File->Open the nhl94.bin file to play the original game. Download the ROM/game from this thread and open it in Gens to play this updated one. We're happy to help if those instructions aren't enough.
  7. Compared to some of the other splashscreens coach and others have put out, I find my hull/yzerman looks a little dated somehow . (however I still find the clarity of the image really amazing)
  8. Awesome, great idea to make this Coach. I will Pin it.
  9. I'm not sure he meant Toronto specifically but other tourneys? Not sure those are 75% either though. Anyway, toronto was... Sega: 30 of 58 (52%) participants were marked as having forum names SNES: 21 of 57 (37%) participants were marked as having forum names total of 44%. But a lot of those guys were not active forum/league members, but came out anyway (not sure how many of them were locals).
  10. Joke based on how Quebec and Seattle are the most likely 32nd team... Throwing in a bit of "of course an American team will get it" sentiment with the additional insult-to-injury of the American team being named the Nordiques.
  11. Boom, I'm in. Gotta practice up on SNES.
  12. NOSE is pretty easy, give it a shot . Download and installation instructions here: http://forum.nhl94.com/index.php?/topic/14217-nose-12b-download/ (you on WIndows or Mac? it's Windows-only unless you jump through some hoops to get it working on mac) If there's any particular issue using it, just ask
  13. Gotta reach out to Roberto Z and the other guy, from Brazil
  14. I remember way back when when Pearate complained that people were checking his guys after the whistle
  15. It's not about being politically correct. If you go to play some casual game in real life, you don't trash talk guys who aren't into it. Like think about it.. if you go to some kind of walk-in game (say ping pong, whatever), and you start playing a guy, and he says, "I used to come here a lot but I got sick of the braggarts and tryhards, I'm just here to have some fun", what's the point of saying "if you cant handle losing then we dont need you anyway."? That's not banter.
  16. 4 isn't useful... He means when people take it too seriously and aren't friendly, regardless of how good they are. Toxic players and posters who make what should be a game into stressful interactions, drama, pissing contest... Here is a quick guide for Discord chat: http://forum.nhl94.com/index.php?/topic/18063-test-games-and-getting-connected/. There are also installable versions for your computer/phone/tablet if you want to get background notifications. For #1 and #3 unfortunately the low number of SNES players these days problem prevents there from being much of a solution for someone who wants to log on, play his games, then log off. Everyone's busy and has a schedule, gotta be able to compromise. I do think Discord can help a bit in that there is more of a constant chat going on that you can observe passively to see who's around (rather than pinging people on AIM)
  17. why's this in the editing section? moved to "Welcome Rookies" section Although it occurs to me that it's not too clear what the difference between the "Welcome Rookies" and "Getting Started" sections are
  18. Here is the NOSE editor sub forum http://forum.nhl94.com/index.php?/forum/18-nose/ The one tip you'll need is to go to the Teams list and click the little "free bytes" button, which makes it easier to modify the players.
  19. Are the producers the same for both games? If he spoke with the Sega producers.. of course they'll say he should play that game
  20. If it still doesn't work, please tell us the last step you were doing and describe what you expected to happen that didn't happen.
  21. Yes, "I have decided to also screen Pixelated Heroes at the event as well " From what I gather, it's after the tourney.
  22. Seattle Nordiques
  23. Also, I recommend hockeydb.com instead of hockey-reference when it comes to CHL. http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/leagues/seasons/ohl19892016.html
  24. I suggest downloading NOSE and creating the teams and rosters. Then once that's done, ask for help learning to do the logos (or sometimes guys will volunteer to do them for you).
  25. Welcome! There are SNES ROMs over in the SNES Downloads area, however I don't see any up-to-date ones. The SNES editing scene isn't very big because the tools for it aren't very good. There are plenty of Genesis ROMs, though. Here's the latest (April 6th)