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  1. late on this but week 4 is up.
  2. Checkpoints are merely for additional bonus spending for the following year. Everyone is now reset to $100 million Cap for season 4. You can earn an extra 5 million for meeting each check point completing the required amount of games as per your schedule. In addition, you can earn an additional 2 million for each playoff round won. Coaches that finish .500 or above will play in "A" playoffs, the rest in "B" playoffs. Annatar (20 million) - Feb. 20, Feb.27, Mar.6, Mar.13, Mar. 20, Mar. 27 BlackDevil19 (30 million) - Feb. 20, Feb.27, Mar.6, Mar.13, Mar. 20, Mar. 27 BobKudelski26 (20 million) - Feb. 20, Feb.27, Mar.6, Mar.13, Mar. 20, Mar. 27 Boknowsnhl94 (0 million) - Feb. 20, Feb.27, Mar.6, Mar.13, Mar. 20, Mar. 27 C4outlaws (20 million) - Feb. 20, Feb.27, Mar.6, Mar.13, Mar. 20, Mar. 27 Chaos (5 million) - Feb. 20, Feb.27, Mar.6, Mar.13, Mar. 20, Mar. 27 JackandJose (5 million) - Feb. 20, Feb.27, Mar.6, Mar.13, Mar. 20, Mar. 27 Fank (20 million) - Feb. 20, Feb.27, Mar.6, Mar.13, Mar. 20, Mar. 27 TylerDeanhill (5 million) - Feb. 20, Feb.27, Mar.6, Mar.13, Mar. 20, Mar. 27 Xcing1030 (10 million) - Feb. 20, Feb.27, Mar.6, Mar.13, Mar. 20, Mar. 27 Brutus (10 million) - Feb. 20, Feb.27, Mar.6, Mar.13, Mar. 20, Mar. 27 Good luck and giver buds!
  3. http://thechronicleherald.ca/novascotia/1451445-he-shoots-he-scores-.-.-.-at-bubba-ray’s-in-halifax He shoots, he scores . . . at Bubba Ray’s in Halifax BEN COUSINS STAFF REPORTER Published March 17, 2017 - 6:27pm Bubba Ray’s Sports Bar on Spring Garden Road. A hockey video game tournament is offering the people of Halifax a chance to relive their childhood. The event — at Bubba Ray’s Sports Bar on Spring Garden Road April. 1— will have players competing against each other on the classic hockey video game NHL 94. NHL 94 is one of the earliest hockey video games and the first to have both the NHL and the NHLPA on board. Earlier games featured just the players’ names or the NHL team names, not both. NHL 94 also introduced the one-timer slap shot and manual goaltending. “It was pretty extravagant,” said event organizer Darrell Sampson in a phone interview Friday. “From that point, people fell in love with it.” The idea came about when Sampson’s friend was filming a documentary on the game and needed to get some shots from a tournament. With the growth of modern e-sports — where people compete against each other in modern-day video games for big prizes — Sampson still believes there’s a market for tournaments with retro games. Sampson has had a hand in organizing similar tournaments in Saskatoon, Toronto, Green Bay, New York and a future one in Las Vegas. The Vegas tournament will have more than $10,000 in cash and prizes. “It’s hard to say if NHL 94 will get big enough to be considered an e-sport . . . but you might have a small following,” Sampson said. Unlike most e-sports competitions, you don’t have to be an NHL 94 expert to stand a chance. Sampson says anyone with a bit of knowledge when it comes hockey video games can pull off a win. “When I was in Toronto I played against a guy who never played before, and he actually won a game.” Sampson says he expects 15-20 people to attend the Halifax tournament. He has lowered the usual price to attract more competitors. A Facebook group for the event has more than 80 people either attending or interested. To register for the tournament visit: http://www.retrothon.com/registration.html.
  4. So far 7 buds have paid for snes. 2 for sega, 2 for ice hockey.
  5. Yes....that is actually Halifax in Halifax. Long story short, I had vacation days forced upon me so I decided to use them to head back to home home.....and figured I might was well throw on a tourney for all the Nova scotia buds I know that played online many years ago but wouldn't/couldn't come to Toronto. When: Saturday, April 1st. 2pm to 11:00pm Where: Bubba Ray's Sports Bar, Spring Garden Road, Halifax. What? 2:00pm NES Ice hockey 4:00pm SEGA NHL'94 6:30pm SNES NHL'94. Register here: http://www.retrothon.com/registration.html
  6. Whoops sorry about that bud. Clearly I'm losing track of days this week. I'll get er fixed later today bud.
  7. updated for week 3
  8. You can now register for the tournament, although if you don't register, that would be fine since it gives me a better chance to win. http://www.retrothon.com/registration.html
  9. updated for week 2
  10. ya just never know what you're gonna get.
  11. It'll be at Bubba Ray's sports bar downtown. Tentative line up 2pm NES Ice hockey 4pm SEGA NHL'94 6:30pm SNES NHL'94. Prize money - $65,000,000.00
  12. ha! I dont think so bud. But I know that napping at tournies is the key to winning titles. It was on page 57 of the "kg guide to making yourself great again."
  13. http://www.nhl94online.com/html/standings.php?lg=43&sublg=SNES Gl buds!
  14. nhl91.com is a superb site bud. I love going back and re-visiting it from time to time.
  15. thanks bud. I had a bit of memory lapse but I do remember you telling me you corrected it then.
  16. @Brutus 1. I think the rom would have to be taken into the hex editor to fix, assuming one knew where to look for it. 2.Sorry bud. It's likely that the handicap is likely impacting your team.
  17. @Bob KudelskiYou can find each checkpoint under you schedule. 1st check point is today bud
  18. Love the retro Friday idea...seems you got a few buds signed up already for the 2 on 2. not sure how many are in for '95. @segathon
  19. yes...nothing has changed from previous season in this regard. your cap space resets to $100 million and you can earn $5 million extra for each check point! gotta get 10 games in a week bud.
  20. Love these vids bud.
  21. Would love to go...someday I'll make it bud...but this year I chose to spend bucks on a couple different trips.
  22. An Article on Jaromir Jagr. http://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/18688003/nhl-big-question-early-memories-legendary-jaromir-jagr David Backes, C, Boston Bruins: "I don't know if I've had many face-to-face conversations with him, but [my first memory is] NHL '94 on Super Nintendo as a 10-year-old. I did pretty darn good. The Penguins were dynamite in that game, and if you went across the crease as Jagr on your backhand, you scored every time. He's still doing that."
  23. Down 7-1 heading into the third.... http://www.nhl94online.com/html/box_score.php?gameid=29451