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  1. Vegas released the preseason sked has an exhibition game Thursday sept 28. I'm going to go to this.
  2. http://www.msgnetworks.com/podcast/ep-23-ice-pilots-star-nhl-94-documentarian-mikey-mcbryan/
  3. Apparently you can go for a NHL'94 speed run world record. Fastest to 10 goals. https://www.speedrun.com/run/y97orenm The current record is around 6 minutes (as of april 18, 2017). I'm figuring someone on here could get this south of 3 minutes. Anyways...giver if you want buds.
  4. Registration is open for the tourney. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/king-of-94-ii-nhl-94-tournament-registration-33959801681 94 Buds going SNES 1.Halifax 2.Kingraph 3.Corbettkb 4. Smozoma SEGA 1. Evan 2.Addisonbr 3.Kingraph 4.Coach Mac 5.Coffey 6.Kevin Cabarello(He was at wisconsin king of 94s) 7. corbettkb 8. aqualizard
  5. This was the only pool I went in where there was no monetary reward, and go figure i win. thanks for setting it up jer!
  6. the fact that @kgman can't go makes me cry...(but only on the inside)...
  7. http://www.perrylaskaris.com/sega Chagnon, Morgal Lead Calgary to Victory in Inaugural ECAC-SIDA NHL ’94 Tourney Flames rally for four straight elimination wins, including overtime victory in finals VALLEY FORGE, Pa. – Vassar’s Jamie Chagnon and Shippensburg’s Bill Morgal rallied the Calgary Flames from a seeding-round setback with four straight elimination game victories, including a 1-0 overtime win in the title game, to claim the inaugural ECAC-SIDA NHL ’94 Tournament held in Room 1417 at the Valley Forge Casino Resort. Calgary began the 10-team tournament in ominous fashion, suffering a 3-1 loss to Stretch Internet’s Ross Dunham and Ben Gabrielson in the seed round that resulted in the No. 8 seed. Undaunted, the pairing switched controller positions (Chagnon assuming the lead) and started a comeback – shutting out Carnegie Mellon’s Mark Fisher and East Stroudsburg’s Greg Knowlden (Chicago) 3-0 in a loser’s bracket play-in to reach the quarterfinals. The Flames played in the only two overtime games of the tournament – with the first being a 2-1 victory over top-seeded Detroit (PSAC’s Chris Parker and Army’s Stephen Waldman) that culminated with a brutal own-goal from the Red Wings. Detroit had entered as the top seed after a 5-1 thumping of Fisher and Knowlden that included a pair of empty-net goals that completely threw off the seeds. Calgary stunned Vancouver (Slippery Rock’s Jon Holtz and RPI’s Perry Laskaris) in the semifinals, getting a pair of goals from Theo Fleury in a three-goal second period that keyed a 5-2 victory. The Canucks, the No. 5 seed, had dispatched Philadelphia (Rowan’s Rob Cunningham and Arcadia’s Joe Wydner) in the quarterfinals by a 5-0 score – what proved to be the most lopsided game of the tournament. Fleury, the inaugural Tournament MVP, worked an overtime dangle in the championship game to score the deciding tally in a 1-0 overtime win over Pittsburgh (W&J’s Sean King and a guy named Woody). The performance by Fleury was somewhat unexpected, as he entered the game as “COLD” while Penguin wunderkind Mario Lemieux entered the game as “HOT.” The Penguins were arguably the most impressive team of the tournament, crushing the opposition by a 10-1 margin entering the championship game. In an entertaining, physical quarterfinal matchup against the New York Rangers (Saint Michael’s’ Josh Kessler and Sidearm’s Joe D), the Penguins got a pair of goals from Ron Francis after Mario Lemieux was knocked out of the game in the first period with a crushing injury. Francis was also knocked out for the second period, causing a brief appearance by Shawn McEachern. In the semifinals, Lemieux scored twice and was seemingly healthy despite convulsing on the ice in the previous matchup. Goaltender Tom Barrasso was outstanding, pitching a shutout and also bodychecking a Toronto player into the boards – which caused much excitement from the sellout crowd in Room 1417. The championship game proved to be one of high tension and drama, as Calgary’s Al MacInnis slapped the puck over the glass more than six times to result in a sluggish pace that seemed to benefit the Flames. Despite entering the finals with a 10-1 scoring margin, Pittsburgh struggled with button control and at times skated lethargically. The tournament-clinching goal came approximately four minutes into the extra session, with Fleury maneuvering around a defender to sneak a wrist shot into the right side of the net – just the second goal of the tournament yielded by Barrasso. Calgary celebrated in muted fashion, as it was 2:45 AM and everyone was tired and trying not to make noise. Preliminary games were well attended on Thursday 2017 NHL ’94 TOURNAMENT RESULTS Seed Round Tyler McIntosh (SRU)/Matt (SRU) 2, Jon Holtz (SRU)/Perry Laskaris (RPI) 2 Rob Cunningham (Rowan)/Joe Wydner (Arcadia) 2, Ryan Sargent (Mans)/Anthony Renz (Ship) 1 (OT) Sean King (W&J)/Woody (?) 3, Josh Kessler (St. Mike’s)/Joe DeBenedictis (Sidearm) 1 Chris Parker (PSAC)/Stephen Waldman (Army) 5, Mark Fisher (CarnMell)/Greg Knowlden (ESU) 1 Ross Dunham (Stretch)/Ben Gabrielson (Stretch) 3, Jamie Chagnon (Vassar)/Bill Morgal (Ship) 1 Loser Play-Ins #8 Calgary (Chagnon/Morgal) 3, #10 Chicago (Fisher/Knowlden) 0 #9 NY Rangers (DeBenedictis/Kessler) 2, #7 Los Angeles (Sargent/Renz) 1 Quarterfinals #6 Toronto (McIntosh/Matt) 3, #3 Montreal (Dunham/Gabrielson) 1 #5 Vancouver (Holtz/Laskaris) 5, #4 Philadelphia (Cunningham/Wydner) 0 #2 Pittsburgh (King/Woody) 4, #9 NY Rangers (DeBenedictis/Kessler) 0 #8 Calgary (Chagnon/Morgal) 2, #1 Detroit (Parker/Waldman) 1 (OT) Semifinals #2 Pittsburgh (King/Woody) 3, #6 Toronto (McIntosh/Matt) 0 #8 Calgary (Chagnon/Morgal) 5, #5 Vancouver (Holtz/Laskaris) 2 Finals #8 Calgary (Chagnon/Morgal) 1, #2 Pittsburgh (King/Woody) 0 (OT)
  8. You must be there. The world will be watching bud. Besides, you're the only person i know that can take a nap during a tournament and win it.
  9. boom!
  10. He knows about it bud. Hopefully he'll be there.
  11. So far Sega is kicking the pants off of SNES 9-2 for registrants. Smoz and Chaos are going for sure. I think Zepp and icestorm are in.....and of course mikey. I'm still hopeful on the saskatoon buds. They are maybes at this point.
  12. congrats annatar! champion du monde.
  13. This is our understanding 29th - $10930th - $119 taxes and resort fees waived. Block of rooms at that price are currently limited. We're meeting with them again this week to get more info.
  14. Coachmac signed up for both!...boom!
  15. I had texted Bob, he let me know he was away. I guess he got back thursday. I'll follow up with those buds again.
  16. Ola buds, Mikey has been focussing hard on his documentary to get it done. I'm coordinating registration and we looking to get it up as soon as we can. I think we are a few days aways yet. I was hoping by monday but we will see. I've been getting some help from quite a few buds, smoz, chaos, raph and evan in helping get things set up. The price to play will be $94 to include 4 guaranteed games (or $149 to play on both consoles)....with ~60% of players getting 6+ games. And you'll get to watch the premiere of the NHL'94 documentary "pixelated heroes". Stay Tuned!
  17. Hi Guys! First, the topic heading is not a typo. We were asked by the casino to change the date as there is a big event happening in Las Vegas during the weekend of the 23rd. The result of this means that hotel rooms will see a discount of 50% to 60% for us on Sept.29 and Sept.30th. This discount was significant enough for us to agree to make the change and save you guys money. We certainly apologize for any one that this may impact negatively. The tournament will take place at the Downtown Grand. http://www.downtowngrand.com/esports/ I've locked the other threads about this tournament that had the old date, so this thread can be used going forward. Mikey and I are extremely excited for this. We really think this event is going to be something special to be a part of. I know when I go to these, I don't have a chance to win it all, and I'm okay with that. It's the thrill of playing against many others, meeting you guys all again and just hanging out for a weekend playing my favourite game.
  18. Sorry to hear bud.
  19. I assume this is for Sega, since I'd recommend some small fixes for SNES. - Fighting and blood back in. - Round robin/double or triple elimination tournament - 4 on 4, 3 on 3 options for game play or OT only.
  20. The genesis editing software is better overall, and there's more people that play the sega version. And no one interested(at the moment) in completing an snes rom.
  21. welcome to the site bud!
  22. boom i submitted my list.
  23. i registered bud...but it says "We’re just giving you a little extra time to think about your picks. The 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs Bracket Challenge will be live shortly." that was like an hour ago. not sure what the F is up with nhl.com
  24. I think this is our goal of the tournament. @clockwise loves these.