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So this conversation came up a couple times in Vegas over the weekend... of all the guys, who do you want to see at a Ko94 tournament? OK, so first off, I wish every guy that has posted on this site was at every tournament but obviously that's not going to happen. So I'm limiting my list to people that have not participated in a Ko94 tourney. My active years on this site were many moons ago so my list will be from the old school group. In no particular order and my list comprises of people that I had the strongest connection with: 1. @HABS -- my 2on2 partner, one of the OG members on this site and a hell of a competitor. 2. @clockwise -- an established innovator who I wish had 48 hours in a day so he could dedicate time to build towards materializing just some of the ideas that were floating around when it came to 94. He is also one of the guys that helped me get set up on this site and really one of the nicest guys I've come across on here 3. @hokkeefan -- the original bad boy of the forums. You know, say what you want about hokkee, he played a lot of games in a lot of leagues and he was always up for exis. I think he would be a pretty compelling character to meet in person. @backhandfloater -- I met BHF through the forums years ago (turned out we lived a couple blocks from one another in Chicago) and we've remained friends since then. He would have made this list but we all got to meet him up in Vegas and he stuck around to watch the premier of Pixelated Heroes. Although, next time, I hope he will be able to participate in the tourney! Some honorable mentions -- gr8199, Dmitri, DaDonche, Carse, matthurray, tickenest, swos, the finland contingent, wboy (who I know has done so much for the site but I don't think I ever even played 1 exi against him even at my most active) Who would you want to see that you haven't seen at the next Ko94?
It has 5 long years since these two have met in any post season series. Should be a fun radio GA GA series. Funny thing is I am currently in Calgary and Zalex is Montreal. (3) Montreal (46-21-0) PTSPG Leader: Sakic 2.91 (11th) In Goal: Essensa 3.64 (4th) .706 SV (2nd) vs (4) Calgary (42-22-0) PTSPG Leader: Roenick 3.80 (4th) In Goal: Pietrngelo 0.00 GAA 1.00 SV (1st) Barrasso 4.20 GAA .618 SV THIS IS FOR RADIO GAGA
(1) WTGANG - Freydey, SOH (13-3) VS (3) VICTORIOUS SECRET- Jesusplaysnhl94, HABS (16-5 inc 7-1 playoffs) Game 1 11-4 WTGANG WTGANG come out storming, continuing their domination from two regular season games vs victorious secret where they won putting up double digits. Game 2 5-0 WTGANG WTGANG continued to dominate, shutting out VR and playing one some stifling defence. Game 3 8-4 Victorious Secret VR's offense finally starts clicking and they get a much needed win to get the series at 2-1 WTGANG. Game 4 7-4 WTGANG WTGANG comes out hard and strong scoring at a high clip to put away VR in a pivotal game 4 and taking a 3-1 strangehold on the series. Game 5 7-1 Victorious Secret In an attempt to change things up in an elimination game, jesus puts HABS at Centre. The move pays off as VR puts in a dominant performance to stay alive in the series. VR makes it 3-0 in the first minute of the game and never looked back. The move at C completely changed the dynamics of play and left WTGANG scrambling to answer. Game 6 4-3 Victorious Secret OT VR jumps out to a nice 2-0 lead in the first few minutes. WTGANG ties it up in the third in a very tight checking defensive battle. This was probably the best game of the series, with tons of chances in OT end to end, breakaway after breakaway. Finally HABS gets a breakaway chance and buries it OT. Game 7 11-2 Victorious Secret At this point VR is looking like a well oiled machine. WTGANG has had no answer the past two games as they have given up two opportunities to win the title. VR puts in it's most dominant performance of the series and and the entire season in a game that was played to perfection on both the offensive and defensive end. In summary, lost most of the details as nobody posted this or even held on to the scores! This was an amazing series and unfortunately the many details were lost. The overtime game was memorable though and game 5 which completely turned the series when we made the switch at C. It was fitting that it ended in game 7. This series features 2on2s true veterans and legends and played out like a true classic.