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    DM sent, but in case they didn't work, here ya go bud!
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    Hey everyone, I grew up with genesis nhl94 and would play it before going to school and as soon as I got home. My friend had 95 for SNES so I'm only recently getting into SNES 94. Bigvalboski and I go way back with retro games, so he roped me in to get involved in the pre league tourney. It's been really fun and the community seems awesome. I'm excited to try the league, meet everyone here, and hopefully get in some competitive games. Cheers!
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    Hi there, My name is Laith Toma, username TokenToma. Longtime player of this fabulous game (SNES version), but just started online play last week. This is amazing. Happy to be hear and just registered for summer league. I just relocated to Austin, TX from Portland, OR last year. I'm currently waiting on a test game. Thanks!
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    Believe me, I get it. I did the roster updates here for years, and humbly say that my logos were the best ever. I'd agonize over a pixel here or there like a repressed perfectionist. This is coming from a guy that bought 20+ media guides from the 90-91 NHL season just so he could scan them to make player cards. Just try to keep in mind people play these edits to have fun and we all appreciate the hard work that goes into your edits.
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    I'll play in A this season
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    Done and done. I assume I don't have to do the 'new coach' thing. I played in the sochel tournament. Looking forward to it!
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    @Gretzky I was able to add RA save states and change the formatting to numbers (and fix some bugs). I will upload a new version later in the week. I want to also add the function to be able to add a worksheet to an existing workbook, so it's not always saving separate files. Once I do that I'll upload here.
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    Trying to figure out if I should be realistic in the ratings, or what? Obviously the Democrats and Republicans are gonna be rated 0 for everything. Unless someone want's to donate to Jesus', abolish-95 lobbying group.
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    New coach, waiting a tester
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    Playoffs will be divided by vets and rookies for those who play the minimum 50 games.
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    I don't know how much time I'll have with a new baby but I'll try my best to get my games in. I'll go in A league if there's room.
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    Just wanted to let you know that your ROMs were always my favorite because of that meticulous detail.
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    I don't know if there is a consensus, but my understanding is Genesis Plus GX is the closest representation. I can definitely say it's better than GENS emulator.
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    probably just a throwback that someone added to later when the year was added to the name, it was never actually named that, always EA HOCKEY to me ahh just seeing the preview in MEAN MACHINES was enough for me for an instant sale, as i was looking for a decent enough ice hockey game ... and after TWO DECADES of using it for my simming competitions it was retired and i guess the teams were selected because they were the more popular ones ... yes even poland it was quite interesting as to who won ... here's the list of my world champions 2009-2010 - GERMANY 2008-2009 - FINLAND 2007-2008 - SWITZERLAND 2006-2007 - FRANCE 2005-2006 - SWEDEN 2004-2005 - SWEDEN 2003-2004 - UNITED STATES 2002-2003 - CANADA 2001-2002 - RUSSIAN REPUBLIC 2000-2001 - HUNGARY (NOT A TYPO, they beat CANADA 7-2!) 1999-2000 - SWEDEN 1998-1999 - NETHERLANDS 1997-1998 - C.I.S. (SOVIET UNION) 1996-1997 - GERMANY 1995-1996 - CANADA 1994-1995 - NETHERLANDS 1993-1994 - BELGIUM 1992-1993 - CANADA 1991-1992 - UNITED STATES 1990-1991 - SWEDEN
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    Did you guys eat close to home or was it a BIG DRIVE?!
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    Hey everyone. Big__Valboski here. I first stumbled across NHL94online in late 2019. After reading about SoChel I finally convinced myself to join. I grew up playing 94 mostly on SNES but had friends who played on Gens, as well. This game was a huge part of my childhood and I am looking forward to regaining and learning new skills! Fun fact about myself: Born and bred in northern, NJ. Worked 4 years for the New Jersey Devils and had a ton of face-to-face interaction with players, most notables Martin Brodeur, Jaromir Jagr, and Ilya Kovalchuk. My ultimate claim to fame was having lunch with Doc Emrick. He had stories for days. And yes, he converses the same was he commentates. I'm looking forward to joining the league and getting to know you all!
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    I grew up thinking Poland was known for hockey because of that game.
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    FYI, Japan actually replaces Sweden in the Famicom / Japanese version. That's why I thought there might be a Japanese team in the Japanese version of EA Hockey.
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    I am a career B leaguer, and I am in. How do we have all these new recruits? From the SoChel tourney or what? (It is awesome to see.)
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    A74EC - CHANGE 4801 TO 6801 A74FC - CHANGE 4801 TO 6801 A750C - CHANGE 4801 TO 6801
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    the title for this sounds like something not only mutant league hockey but from Jeff Martin hockey comic book called Hockeypocalypse, where it takes place in a nuclear winter post-apocalyptic Canada and the traditional sport of hockey is now a form of ritual warfare in which communities gamble their resources on the hockey squads that battle for the puck on the ice.
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    I wouldn't say I've been lurking but I've known about this place ever since I first heard about it when I watched Chris Alaimo's history of NHL '94 about 4 years ago on YouTube on his Classic Gaming Quarterly channel. I've seen the love you've received in subsequent years from The Hockey News and documentaries, etc. I've been a follower on Twitter probably for a little over a year now. My profile pretty much says everything you need to know. But to quickly summarize is I'm originally from the NW suburbs of the Twin Cities and I currently live in South Central Wisconsin. I am an avid NHL fan and have been blogging about my favorite team and hockey in general for 16+ years. I remember when I first picked up NHL '94 back when I was in High School. It was during that crappy time shortly after the North Stars had left for Dallas. Just seeing Dallas in that game wasn't pleasant. Then seeing Dallas win the Stanley Cup a few years later was rather bittersweet to say the least. Whether its right or wrong, I still hate that team immensely. So when I used to play I used to be Hartford or the Nordiques a lot with the hope those teams would come to Minnesota; plus I love their jerseys and logos. Pat Verbeek and Geoff Sanderson are machines! Then the Wild came along and I was a fan of them even before the announced what their name would be. Its been mostly a roller coaster ride of mediocrity but it could be worse. Beyond that, life is treating me well and since I'm the only kid in my house, unless you count my wife...just living the dream.
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    It's only a matter of time before the Habs bounce back to being a contender. Stay patient. It was rough for Bostonwith the Canadiens winning in 93 especially after the B's having lost the 88 and 90 Stanley Cups against the Oilers. The Bruins were pretty good in the early 90s then Neely went down, Oates left town, and it was all blown up. Bergie is the man. If he was on the Habs I would still love him. Class act all the way. I grew up watching the Bruins and Red Wings(as my Western team) but now they're in the same division. I haven't paid as much attention to the Wings because they have sucked for a few years now.
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    Good, because the last thing I'm doing is getting into a debate about it :p The rivalries are great for the game. I've enjoyed Boston-Toronto the last few years just to see who will win the muckduck (thanks, Dwight) match. I've watched almost every Stanley Cup-clinching game since 1996, and the only one that I couldn't handle was 2011. I had to turn it off. I was hoping it would light a fire under the Canadiens' collective butt...guess not. I was happy for Patrice Bergeron. Class act. Edit: turn off = the celebration. I watched the whole game.
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    Great rom by the way. I actually tried playing this from a MegaSD Flash cart and Nomad. The 32 team freeze bug also happens when I am in the menu cycling through Washington's team portraits and in the matchups' screen whenever the Capitals are involved (attached pic below frozen only showing half of Doc Emrick's face). Oddly enough, it doesn't freeze when I do this on the Kega Fusion emulator on PC. Not a big deal but just an observation.
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    @Brodeur30 reached out and I think I am able to help solve this PP clock (you guys can further test). QUICK ANSWER Change the value at offset 128CC from 0018 to 003C LONGER ANSWER First, here's how the actual code works for the game clock. As referenced above, the value at 015DEC is 0AAA, and this value gets subtracted every frame from RAM address FFC46A. The value starts at 0000, and subtracting this value keeps lowering the figure. When the value goes below 0000, the game clock subtracts one from the time. It's a little funky in Hex values, I'll explain in decimal terms to make it easier to follow. 0AAA in decimal is 2,730. The starting value is 65,536 (think 10000 hex). Again, at each frame counter, 2,730 is subtracted from this value and when it essentially goes below zero the second on the game clock subtracts 1. 65,536 divided by 2,730 = 24.01. So every 24 frames, a second ticks off the game clock. The game plays at 60 frames per second, which means the clock is actually 2.5x faster (60/24 = 2.5) than a regular second. Nothing new here, but I thought it was interesting to explain by code. To adjust this to "real" time, you would want 60 frames per second on the counter, so changing 0AAA to 0444 makes that a hex value of 1,092. 65,536 divided by 1,092 is 60. Boom, done. Now, the Power Play clock works similarly, but it has a different counting process. The RAM address FFC3E8 gets loaded with the value 0018 (or 24 in decimal) and it counts down one at a time. You guessed it, when it reaches zero, the Power Play clock ticks one second and the value 0018 gets reloaded. 24 frames, same as the original game clock. So, changing 0018 to 003C (decimal 60) will align the two clocks. One thing I did notice though, for whatever reason the power play clock (or cycle clock) doesn't always tick down each frame. The count is off a few frames, but it's so small it shouldn't matter in the long run. I didn't bother looking at that cause. I have tested this with home and away penalties and it seems to work. Enjoy! nhl94_realtime.bin
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    Game 7! Go 480p Game Summary: http://www.nhl91.com/boxscore.asp?gameid=753 GAME 7: After a marathon victory by Sebe and the Jets in Game 6, the teams meet in Winnipeg to decide who will go on to the second round. The visiting team has won 4 of the 6 games so far, so the Leafs have that on their side. FIRST PERIOD Glenn Anderson gets the nod on RW, after being the Game 6 second-overtime hero. The Leafs leave Gary Roberts in on their RW. Gartner wins the opening faceoff back to Weinrich. He sends it to Anderson on the wing, then Yzerman misses his check and Anderson slaps it in past Hrudey's blocker. 1-0 Jets, just 10 seconds in! Roberts shows why he's on the ice, clobbering two Jets around 30 seconds in and causing a turnover. After the Jets steal it back, Yzerman knocks over Gartner and recovers the puck. He sends it to Tinordi, who hands it off to Oates. Oates heads into the corner, and 4 Jets collide in the high slot, leaving Yzerman alone directly between the hash marks. Oates sends Yzerman a pass and he one-times it in to tie it up 70 seconds in. Halfway through the period, the Jets start winning races for the puck and causing immediate turnovers when they lose the races, and then Anderson comes up with it in near the blue line and passes it to Gartner in the slot, and he slaps it home over Hrudey's right leg. 2-1 Jets. After being made to look like chickens with their heads cut off for the past minute, the Leafs take a timeout and swap Roberts (who lost the puck for the goal) out for Bykov. The Jets respond by subbing Anderson off for Kamensky. Bykov soon picks up the puck in the Leafs' zone and headmans it to Oates streaking past the red line on his wing. Oates puts a stutter step on Gartner, avoiding a check, then bounces off Weinrich's hip as he B-checks, then in Oatesian fashion sends a psychic pass to Yzerman who's streaking to the net, and he blasts a one-timer in past Beaupre's glove. Richardson picks up a penalty with about 30 seconds left in the period, giving the Leafs a powerplay chance. The Jets have actually outscored the Leafs 3-2 on Toronto powerplays so far. The period ends tied 2-2 after the Leafs flub 2 great one-timer chances in a row. SECOND PERIOD With 20 seconds to go in the penalty, Yzerman slips through the Winnipeg defense and gets a great chance on Beaupre, but the goalie kicks out both pads and denies him. Moments later, Gartner cuts through the Toronto D and threatens a floater shot; Hrudey steps out of the crease to cut off the angle, and Gartner gets off a great pass to Anderson in the far faceoff circle for a one-timer, but it pings off the post and falls into Hrudey's control. Hrudey then fires it into Tinordi's face, knocking him over. With 2 minutes remaining, the Leafs get a 3-on-1 break with Yzerman leading the way. He passes to Oates on the LW, and he sends it back to Yzerman -- but Bykov bumps Yzerman out of the way, spoiling the one-timer. He circles and tries to send another one-timer pass to Yzerman right in front of Beaupre, but he lets it go through his legs to Oates, a la Mario Lemieux in the 2002 Olympics, but little-used defender Jim Kyte steals the pass before it gets to Oates, breaking up the play. Both teams play some great defense, until Oates steals the puck right in front of Beaupre, but is stoned on the deke. The Jets come back the other way, Anderson just misses a slapper, then recovers his own missed shot by the boards and sends it to Gartner in the slot for his 2nd goal of the game and a 3-2 Winnipeg lead to end the period. THIRD PERIOD The teams trade chances, and then Rod Langway makes a nice read and bowls over Gartner as he tries for a slapper. Later, Gartner gets a good chance, but loses the puck, then Yzerman gets it and gets a 3-zone breakaway on Beaupre. He goes for backhand deke, but Beaupre comes up with a great save. The goalie gets up and sends the puck to Courtnall, who slices through the Leaf defense and slams a deke home behind Hrudey. 4-2 Jets with 3:28 remaining. The Leafs put Roberts back in hoping his "truculence" will help out. Gartner takes a huge slapper from the slot, but it's not on target and it hits Hrudey's shoulder. The Leafs win a faceoff after icing it, and Roberts breaks into the zone on the right wing. He moves to the slot but his pass-shot sails 2 feet wide. Oates recovers in the far corner and passes it to Yzerman for a one-timer -- but it deflects off the back off Weinrich's leg and the Jets recovers it. The teams go back and forth a few times, but no one can break into the zone cleanly without getting clocked by a defender. Roberts gets a chance with 15 seconds to go, but his backhand deke is weak and Beaupre kicks it away, back onto Roberts stick behind the net. Oates gets a couple funny chances, but the clock runs out! The Jets take the game 4-2, and the series 4-3! SERIES SCORE: 4-3 Winnipeg wins ggs Great game if you're a Jets fan, but hard to watch for a Leafs fan! I think I got double-whammied here: Sebe played a great game defensively, breaking up a lot of one-timers and GCing a few of my dekes, and it felt like my players flubbed most of the few chances I did manage to get (see the last 30 seconds of the first period, and the spoiled 3-on-1 midway through the 2nd). It would have been nice to see those 2 chances go in and this game go to overtime Overall, an amazing series for the ages! Good luck in Round 2! THREE STARS Gartner (2-1-3) Courtnall (1-2-3) Yzerman (2-0-2) Appropriately, gartner comes up with the game-winner. Beaupre ends the series with an impressive 2.90 GAA and a 0.703 sv%. The teams were separated by only 2 shots over the course of the series. Player Team Pos G A PTS SOG PIM CkF GWG(OT) Mike Gartner WPG F 14* 4 18* 38* 4 24 2(0)* Steve Yzerman TOR F 11 6 17 33 2 19 2(0)* Russ Courtnall WPG F 6 8 14 12 2 22 1(0) Adam Oates TOR F 3 9* 12 15 6 21 1(0) Glenn Anderson WPG F 4 4 8 11 4 13 1(1) Gary Roberts TOR F 4 1 5 7 2 17 0(0) Vyacheslav BykovTOR F 2 1 3 8 0 10 0(0) Valeri Kamensky WPG F 0 3 3 1 0 3 0(0) Luke Richardson WPG D 1 6 7 5 4 29 0(0) Eric Weinrich WPG D 1 6 7 5 4 22 0(0) Mark Tinordi TOR D 1 3 4 6 2 42* 0(0) Rod Langway TOR D 1 2 3 5 10* 26 0(0) Player Team GAA GA SOG SV% A Don Beaupre WPG 2.90 22 74 0.703 2 Kelly Hrudey TOR 3.42 26 72 0.639 6
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    Game 6! go 480p! GAME SUMMARY: http://www.nhl91.com/boxscore.asp?gameid=752 GAME 6: The Leafs lead the series 3-2, so Gartner needs to kick it into high gear and get this series tied up! FIRST PERIOD Leafs go with Bykov on right wing, since Roberts hasn't been very good since the first two games. The Jets, facing elimination, change things up, putting Anderson at centre and Gartner on the RW. Neither team gets a clean shot in the first two minutes. This game is starting out really defensive with lots of hits. The Jets get the first shot almost 3 minutes into the game. The teams are having lots of trouble getting the puck across the blue line safely, and when they do, they find that getting it to a scoring position is no easier. The Leafs don't record a shot in the first period. The Jets get 2. SECOND PERIOD The Jets put Gartner back at C. Anderson had a couple onetimers, but was unable to score. The Jets dominate the first 2 minutes, but only get maybe 1 shot. Rod Langway picks up his series-leading 4th penalty with 2:22 to go in the 2nd. The Leafs get a great chance, but Yzerman onetimes it right into Beaupre's pads. Langway comes out of the box and gets a good chance, but his onetimer pass is intercepted, and the 2nd period ends, still tied 0-0. THIRD PERIOD About 30 seconds into the 3rd period, Gartner gets a breakaway and slips a nice backhand deke around Hrudey, to give the Jets a 1-0 lead. The Leafs dominate the next 90 seconds, but come up with nothing, until Hrudey makes a breakout pass to yzerman, who headmans it to Bykov, who slips a similar backhand deke into the net behind Beaupre. All tied up, 1-1 with 2:42 remaning. This is Bykov's chance to be the leafs' hero, like Roberts in game 1, Yzerman in game 4, and Oates in game 5. Gartner gets a break in alone, but Hrudey somehow stops it on the line. Langway gets YET ANOTHER penalty now with 2 and a half minutes to go. Yzerman gets a breakaway! He pass-shots it into the corner, though, and then bowls into Beaupre, and gets called for goaltender interference. The situation looks bad for the Leafs, down 2 men! The play resumes with 2:04 remaining in the 3rd period. Anderson gets the puck, but loses it crossing the blueline. The Jets ice the puck, giving the leafs a bit of a break. the leafs with the faceoff and consume a bit more time, but then... it becomes obvious that there has been a desync with around a minute to go. FIRST OVERTIME PERIOD: The coaches decide to start a new game and call it OT, tied 1-1. First to score wins the game! Since the Leafs had 2 men in the box at the desynch, they start with their 2 worst forwards on wing for the first minute of the game, and will not carry or shoot the puck with these players until that minute is up. The Leafs win the opening faceoff and dump the puck down the ice. You can see that their right winger doesn't chase the puck, since he's pretending to be in the penalty box. Yzerman gets a breakaway! He attempts the backhand pass-shot that was so effective in game 4, but he is a bit late getting it off, and Beaupre stacks the pads in time to prevent the goal. I think the Jets go the first 1:45 without a shot, and then Yzerman very nearly scores again on a onetimer redirect from point blank range, on a pass from Dean Evason who's now allowed to play the puck. Gartner picks up a penalty, and the Leafs put their good wingers back on the ice. Bykov makes a nice self-pass off the boards to evade a check, but nothing becomes of the play. Oates gets a breakaway and goes for the backhand deke, but Sebe knows what's coming and makes a nice GC save. The leafs pick up a penalty with 28 seconds left in Gartner's and 1:43 left in the first overtime period. The Jets get a onetimer that probbaly would have ended the game had it been Gartner on the ice taking it, but Hrudey makes the save. It seems like the Leafs are a fraction of a second too late on every check this period, as the jets players keep getting a pass off just before getting wallpapered. SECOND OVERTIME PERIOD The Leafs get a great chance in the first minute, but they don't make it work. with 90 seconds to go, Yzerman gets sent in on a breakaway by Bykov, but he opts for the forehand deke (due to the nice GC save on the backhand earlier in the game), but sebe/beaupre don't fall for it. Beaupre, looking for his first assist of the series, sends it up the ice to Gartner, but he's mugged immediately and the puck is sent back down the ice to Beaupre again. He gives it to Richardson, who sends it up to Anderson. Anderson evades a check, walks right into the slot, winds up, and scores! A slapper that beats Hrudey's blocker. SERIES SCORE: tied 3-3 This game was Inteennssse. 0-0 through 2 periods of very defensive hockey where no inch went unchallenged. Bykov was supposed to be the hero, and he didn't really let anyone down (7 checks for a player weighing 3!), but in the end, the Jets were the ones able to capitalize on a good chance to win it and tie the series. Richardson had an impressive 11 checks in this marathon game. THREE STARS Anderson (1-0-1) Gartner (1-0-1) Bykov (1-0-1) SERIES TOTALS: Player Team Pos G A PTS SOG PIM CkF GWG(OT) Mike Gartner WPG F 12* 3 15* 33* 4 20 1(0) Steve Yzerman TOR F 9 6 15* 29 2 15 2(0)* Russ Courtnall WPG F 5 6 11 10 2 20 1(0) Adam Oates TOR F 3 7* 10 14 6 17 1(0) Glenn Anderson WPG F 3 4 7 10 4 13 1(1) Gary Roberts TOR F 4 1 5 7 2 14 0(0) Valeri Kamensky WPG F 0 3 3 1 0 2 0(0) Vyacheslav BykovTOR F 2 0 2 8 0 7 0(0) Luke Richardson WPG D 1 5 6 4 2 27 0(0) Eric Weinrich WPG D 1 5 6 4 4 19 0(0) Rod Langway TOR D 1 2 3 5 10* 24 0(0) Mark Tinordi TOR D 1 2 3 4 2 39* 0(0) Don Beaupre WPG 3.03* 20 67 0.701* 1 Kelly Hrudey TOR 3.34 22 62 0.645 6