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  1. Season Schedule notes: The schedule is found in the following places for NHL '95-98: '95: 00008DD9-00009720 '96: 00013559-00013E9F '97: 000176BB-00017FCE '98: 00017A9D-000183AD The schedules for '95, through '98 appear to be in the following format: 1 byte to say the number of games on a day (including the 00's for the all start break), 2 bytes for each game, home team, then away team (Team bytes are in alphabetical order, from 00 for Anaheim to 19 for Winnipeg. Dallas is in alphabetical order, not the Minnesota slot). Editing the sc
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  2. @kidswasted Lafontaine could go on either team. He never won a Cup with the Isles or at all. The Isles had Trottier, Bossy, Gillies, etc., and the Sabres had the famous French connection line. So you could put Lafontaine on either team really. I'd lean towards putting him on the Sabres with Mogilny and Hawerchuck since it's a pretty legendary EA NHL trio. Also, did you know that one or two ROMS with all-time great rosters already exist? You could use those for reference. It was either a SNES Juiced league ROM, or maybe @metzgerism's Capitalism ROM. I have no idea how to find those ROMS.
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  3. Bob: I don't care what the f@¢kin' qualifications are to be in your game...you f@¢kin' put me in it. You: uhhhhh...well, I ummm... Bob: F@¢k this! We're goin' right now, kid.
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  5. For this ROM and this ROM only, they should be... wait for it... the Sauceators. Top line: LW: Radsauce Bonksauce C: Jasauce Saucezza RW: Daniel Alfredosauce. D: Erik Karlsauce D: Wadesauce Reddensauce
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  6. I threw together a short summary (per) of the 26 teams, in this rom. So, here we go... Anaheim – No superstars on this team. Not a lot of offense but, they have a stingy defense and a solid PK. Stephan Lebeau was a disappointment acquisition. He was on a strong decline from the prior year as he went from 31 goals/80 points in 1992-93 to 15 goals/26 points in 1993-94. Two years later, he was out of the NHL and playing in the Swiss League. Bob Corkum has a good year and will provide some offense. Just don't expect much. Boston – 50 goals in 49 games… the line on Cam Neely and his
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  7. Just wait until you win Classic league this summer bud it should be a cakewalk for you!
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  8. Get a hex-editor (I recommend HxD, very easy to use and very user friendly) and open NHL'94 rom in it. Center ice logos are located at E03B7 - E0496 offsets, find it with "Goto" option. The center ice logos offset stars with 7B B4 9A 00 3C E5 9A 00 A1 BF etc etc and ends with 88 00 B6 D4 9A 00 C6 FF 88 00. You can also find beginning of the offset with "Find" option, search for 7B B4 9A 00 in Hex-values datatypes. The complete offsets values for center ice logos look like this in HxD: 7B B4 9A 00 3C E5 9A 00 A1 BF 9A 00 F8 E7 9A 00 96 CA 9A 00 6C E7 9
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  9. the logos are the same ones on the intro pucks, I promise; change them all to one image and it's the same puck over and over in the intro. I typed a bit of an idea of how to do player card picture swapping in the other place you asked about it. the organ tunes I can probably help with... I shall try to look into these things further this weekend. and... will you look at that. retirement has come a-calling.
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  10. I think I found the decompression routine. It's at @04373 (headerless) ($80/C373 in a trace). I'll see if I can use what I learned in finding this in order to find the graphics for for the 94 logos and the 93 banners. Once I find where those graphics are, I hope to be able to cut out the decompression routine and simply load the graphics straight from the expanded databank area of the ROMs. TODO: also figure out how it finds the palettes; there must be palette pointers associated with each team.
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  11. Fun 1993-94 season factoid... Cam Neely only played in 49 games before suffering a season-ending injury. At the time of injury, he had 50 goals!!! He actually scored #50 in game #44. Oh, what could have been!
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