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  1. 7 points
    I always say my favorite part of these tournaments is hanging out with my '94 community buds and meeting new '94 fans. That stays true for this year - @IAmFleury'sHipCheck, @angryjay93, @jer_33 @aqualizard, @AtomicRaven, @smozoma, @corbettkb, @annatar, @Bob Kudelski, @halifax, @Coffey, @CamKneely, and @clockwise to name those I can remember. Always good times hanging out with you all, and never enough time. Other familiar faces from these events were BigE and KB who I've met the last few times, they are the Boston crew. Kevin Federline from the SNES side The Chicago boys, DPS (Deeeeetroit Basketball), Slapshot Sean and the legendary Tecmo Mort are always having a good time and represent a larger piece of the retro gaming community. (Apparently I really suck at NBA Jam) New buds like "who the f is Nick" (TK reference from stream) who played awesome and was fun to talk with. The Stantonator, who put a good run in SNES! Sean from the Duke of 94 was funny, Trent, Jamie T and everyone else who I got a chance to play, chat and talk '94 with! I really had a blast, and of course wish that more good buds could have made the event. Other feedback: Venue: A-. Waves EGaming was literally built for this kind of event. I thought it was fantastic. As mentioned, CRT TVs, projector screens, gaming chairs, PA system, drinks, snacks. More than enough setups! Nothing missing from this venue. I give it a minus only because you can't have beer there. It doesn't matter much for me as I don't drink during these tournaments, but it would be a nice to have for those who do. Location: C. Similar to what people said already, Vaughan Ontario is parking lots and corporate offices. Pretty lousy area, with not much around. Hotels were all far away, and for whatever reason we had multiple hotel locations. Good part is it's only about 15 minutes from the Toronto Airport, and there's a way to get there with public transportation. Stream set up: A+. @Coffey did an AMAZING job. 3 microphones, two games captures, switchboard, multiple cameras, etc. This is probably as professional as it can get! I had a lot of fun hopping in to do commentary, and listening to others like Hali, AJ, Jer, EA, etc adds to the viewing fun. I would suggest some more thought to the stream format if possible. Again, I think it was A+ to have everything there, but there can be some thought ahead of time to figure out a schedule of what will be streamed. That would give clarity and keep things organized as well. - Streaming Round Robin group play - Player interviews after a loss/win - Bracket updates - More in-depth player discussion during breaks (maybe replays?) - Quarters/Semis/Finals Game Stream - Post game I'm not suggesting it all falls on Sroka or whoever is handling the stream. I am just thinking of ways to keep viewers informed throughout the day in an easier way. Maybe an overall schedule and progress bar-type thing. Tournament Format B. * I really liked the new rule where you have to use different team matches in your series. I didn't think of it much at the time, but it was pretty cool during the tournament. * I definitely prefer a swiss (or similar) style round robin vs. the pre-selected groups. I know it's harder to administer, but I think it's worth considering as the benefits are substantial. With a giant screen display, it's definitely easier as we did that in NYC and Green Bay. * I don't have any good suggestions as to HOW to do this yet, but the tournament is a few hours too long. There must be a way to shave 2-3 hours and still keep people happy. I'm just not sure if it's an organizational thing or just the double-elim format. Definitely wasn't due to lack of set ups! * I like the best of 3 each round. Maybe losers bracket only goes single game until the semis? * Coin flip with team selection seems to work well. * Would have liked to have the suggested matchups printed ahead of time for people who don't know at each setup. Other suggestions * Sprinkle raffles throughout the day vs getting 'em all out at once in the beginning. It's a bit awkward and people are antsy to start playing. * Food options listed ahead of time. * Using the microphone/speakers (if available) to announce the tournament status, next matches, etc. throughout the day may have helped. * Identifying admin roles and responsibilities clearly, and where there may be conflict (admin also participating) helps. - Tournament Director / MC - Scorekeepers / Bracket Managers - Referees - Stream technical support - Stream announcers / broadcasters I had a blast. It's hard to get something perfect, but this was pretty close. If this place existed in the Toronto area, had beer, and managed to shave 2-3 hours, that's about as good as a tournament can ever get!
  2. 6 points
    I use OpenEmu and wanted nice box art so I made this. There's the PSD as well in case anyone wants to edit the year, image, etc, later.. NHL 94 2019.psd
  3. 6 points
    This was a big hit on our FB page. So, more memes will be coming in the future:
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    The 32 team rom template will be released soon.
  5. 5 points
    Looks like I might be getting last crack here but that's what I get for being in Canada an extra week. I think I might do a video recap instead of a written one to alleviate the wall of text I feel coming on from my pen. Maybe it will get me going on the whole video creation thing again...
  6. 5 points
    I have to think that this weekend's King of 94 tournament can only be labelled a great success, congrats to @kingraph and Mikail on the championships (Mikail's 2nd) , and @halifax and @smozoma for organizing another great event. This was my 2nd King of 94 tournament (attended the 1st in Toronto 2015), and my 3rd competitive tournament overall. Without question, this one was stacked both days with incredible talent. As they were announcing our group of 8, it seemed like I knew them all from the forums... @corbettkb, @smozoma, @aqualizard, @Coffey, myself and 3 guys unknown to us. As it turns out, Nick (Thrillhouse) was the best of the bunch and took 3rd overall, with @corbettkb, @smozoma, @aqualizard and myself slotting in the top 10. Both finalists came out of different groups, but our group of 8 accounted for 50% of the top 10 finishers. We played 6 randomized round robin games (*randomly excluding 1 player from your group), 3 home and 3 away so there were no coin flips. You needed to finish with a .500 record to advance to the bracket play (top 16). I managed my 3 wins in 4 games, and was lined up against @corbettkb in game 5. We had played a couple of exis pre-tournament, and there is a lot of history here with online leagues and tournament games played in Green Bay in 2018. I picked the match-up HFD/NYI and he won by a 5-2 margin using NYI. My last game of the RR was versus Nick, who wanted to play on the stream. He picked the CHI/BUF match-up and I grabbed CHI as the home team. The game went to overtime, with Nick scoring the winner. Looking back, I guess things may have gone different if I had managed to squeak out that OT winner, because I was matched up against Nick again once the bracket play opened up. I was pretty thrilled to have made the top 16, given that I'd just missed the cut in the first Ko94. At this point, I knew Nick was pretty good - but maybe didn't peg him for a guy that could make the run that he did. Our first game, I picked a WPG/QUE match-up and we played a close 5-2 game with Nick coming out on top. Second game was an 8-3 blowout, TOR over LAK. That put me in the "loser bracket" and I waited for my next series opponent. I wandered over to chat with @AtomicRaven, who I had yet to actually meet in person. He'd lost his opening series as well, so we were busy commiserating when it was determined that we were matched up against each other in the next series. Double elimination here, so one of us was going to knock the other out of the tournament. We grabbed a set-up, were joined by @aqualizard, and proceeded to hammer out 2 games CGY/VAN and BOS/LAK which I managed to eke out by 4-2 and 3-1 scores. We shook hands and I awaited my next series in the bracket. Looking at the remaining players in the "losers bracket" was a real wake-up call, @kingraph got knocked down by @smozoma, @aqualizard was fighting to stay alive after getting knocked down by @IAmFleury'sHipCheck (who had just been knocked down by @angryjay93). My opponent ended up being Kevin B, who I'd never met - but was ranked #6 in the field. I managed a single win against Kevin, who ousted me in 3 games. Kevin went on to face @IAmFleury'sHipCheck in the next round, losing in what turned out to be an excellent run of games by the forum veteran who also goes by "EA". A quick note about "EA", if @halifax is the visionary that pulls this all together, and @smozoma is the brains that puts it all in a spreadsheet and brackets - then "EA" is the heart. Don't get me wrong, the guy is a great competitor, and played some incredible NHL94 this weekend. But he also goes out of his way to make everyone feel welcome, draw people into conversations, and introduce them to others. Whether intentional or not, that is what builds great communities, and that's what I witnessed for two full days this weekend. Guys smiling/laughing and having a generally good time during the early match-ups, and hanging around together to witness the excellent games played at the finish. If you haven't watched the finals for either Sega (Twitch link) or SNES (Twitch link), do yourself a favour and hit the links. Halifax's call in both series was on par with anything I've witnessed in a televised championship event. The good: Venue was obviously a dream for hosting (didn't need find/bring TVs), and streaming (place literally had it's own production room) The return of a lot of top players from the previous Toronto tournament, PLUS a good number who competed in Vancouver The "could be better": Better co-ordination of hotels - somehow ended up with players in 4-5 different hotels in the area A limited number of eating options - basically pizza/subs nearby The bad: No beer (but I didn't hear many complaining) Venue is a trek from the airport AND downtown, making travel difficult without a rental car
  7. 5 points
    LOL, I was thinking about this the other day. What if I just got up and left (or died)? No one would know how the database or website is run. I need to give at least one other person info just in case my wife decides to kill me some day. I should write out some documentation. Also, since I'm an admin, I can just rig this vote so I win by default . Just kidding guys, thanks for the love and support.
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    First 5 coaches(excluding me) to reach 160 games played(or the 5 coaches with most games played at end of season) will receive an EA Sports NHL 94 game card. You can pick from Dino(2), Mogilny, Fedorov, Modano, Messier or Bondra Also, coach with leading individual goal scorer will receive a NHL 94 Jeremy Roenick card Individual leader in PIM will receive a NHL 94 Mike Gartner card Top goal scoring defenseman will get a Mark Messier 94 card Individual leader in Checks made will receive Theo 94 card Team with most wins regular season will receive Brett Hull 94 card And the league CHAMPION! will also receive a Jeremy Roenick card. Good Luck!
  10. 4 points
    A few years ago, a few forum members talked about an unreleased hockey video game called Road to the Cup Hockey '94. This inspired me to seek out two of the game's programmers and find out what could have been: http://puckjunk.com/2019/03/28/road-to-the-cup-hockey-94-an-unreleased-hockey-video-game/ The game was being developed by Park Place Productions, who handled development of NHL Hockey and NHLPA Hockey '93, and was even intended to look and feel like the "NHL" game series. Anyway, I hope you find this article about "NHL '94's long-lost cousin" interesting and informative. Sal
  11. 4 points
    Just picked up this beauty! Been playing a bit of Jam on the old SNES lately. Like 1 game per week lol.
  12. 3 points
    Trying to clean up and finish some of the random projects that I started and never got around to completing... 1952 was the last Canadian gold medal before a 50-year drought and was also the last Olympic games before the appearance of the USSR on ice in '56. Represented by the Edmonton Mercurys, a team sponsored by a local car dealership, the Canadians dominated the tournament. The US and Canadian teams were lambasted by the international media for their physical style of play with local newspapers predicting that relations between the US and the Europeans would suffer due to a fight between American defenseman Joe Czarnota and Swiss forward Gian Bazzi. The Norwegian crowds littered the ice with orange peels and labeled the US team "Chicago gangsters". After securing the gold medal the Canadian team was accused of colluding with their North American brethren in order to earn the silver medal for the US squad. Norway's Dagbladet newspaper described the game as a "friendly" and accused the Canadians of "making such mistakes that even the Norwegian hockey players would not have made". The biggest controversy of the Games was the award of the bronze medal. Czechoslovakia defeated Sweden 4-0 on the final day of the tournament, both teams finishing with identical 6-2 records and equal goal differentials. The Czechoslavaks believed that they had won the bronze based on their shutout of the Swedes, however it was determined that the two teams should play again the following day in order to break the tie. Tre Kronor overcame a 3-0 deficit and won the impromptu "playoff" by a score of 5-3 and sent Czechoslovakia home empty handed. Take mercy on the quality of the player photos - in a lot of cases it's the only known picture of a player... 1952 Olympics.bin
  13. 3 points
    I glanced at the '95 manual once and i have to say it's kind of like a View Master edition of Mein Kampf.
  14. 3 points
    STB is the NHL94 of baseball games. The best engine/game play and best graphics. I see people all over the web wanting an editor. Basically just NOSE for this game. Ive tried to open several different STB roms in NOSE but they will not open. If Sports Talk Baseball had a NOSE type editor you could no doubt launch an online community with edits and leagues just like this place. What is involved and exactly how much time and knowledge would be involved in creating such an editor? Just what old school NOSE does is fine. Change player names and attributes and a few minor quirks like the 10 run rule. I found some Genie/Classic Cheat Code patch stuff but thats just kid stuff like "get 10 outs" etc. I'm just shocked this doesnt exist considering how big baseball was/is.
  15. 3 points
    I just wanted to echo the sentiments expressed by others that this was a tip-top tournament and a good time. Thanks Evan, John, Raph, and Scott for the work they did on making it a fun day. The raffle prizes were great and I am happy to be going home with at least one prize. The late games were very exciitng and I'm glad I stuck around! Congrats to Raph on winning it all. It was a lot of fun to talk strategy with the different teams with everyone. That's just as much fun as playing the games themselves. Got to get a few practice games in, too, with Robin and Brian. All-in-all, a good day of fun. As for my games, I'm pretty new to playing 94 competitively and haven't played Genesis much outside of the tournaments at the LI Retro Expo, so this was definitely a rude awakening to the level that most guys play. I went 2-3 in the early games, with my two wins coming by forfeit. I lost my first matchup to Paul, a close 4-3 contest (TOR vs NYR), who made me sweat a lot. My next contest was against Brad, who beat me pretty handily 5-1 with WPG (I was CGY) and thankfully he told me he's won a couple of tournies, so I didn't feel too bad about my effort. The last game was against Scott S., who beat me 3-2 with NYI vs. NJD, a game which we both described as a slog (definitely felt slow after the WPG/CGY game). All three guys were stand-up guys and a blast to play against. I hope to see them at a few more. I needed a play-in game to advance and drew George from LI Retro Expo, who I've known for a few years and lets us host Tecmo at the expo. It was good to finally play against him competitively after all he's done for the NY Retro community. It was all PA matchup and I was happy to have my Pens win against Philly 4-1. Then I got to play Aaron in the Best 2-out-of-3 bracket. Well, that was certainly an eye-opener. He called HFD vs WAS and I took the Capitals. Little did I know he likes to use the Whalers and I got down 4-0 right away. I didn't know there was a mercy rule in the bracket. Tack on a couple of slapshots from the blue line that went in and I lost 9-0. For game 2, I knew I had to get defensive. I called PIT vs. EDM and thankfully using PIT just a couple of games ago, I was able to come away with a 2-1 victory. Game 3, Aaron called HFD/WAS again (!) and knew there was no way that I should give him the Whalers again. Game was tied at 1 late when Geoff Sanderson got his own rebound and lightly flicked it in the net for the go-ahead goal and the game winner. Aaron was a good sport about it (especially about me muttering loudly at the first game) and I knew that either of our roads were likely going to end in the next round vs. Raph. I was able to get about 1.5 periods in for both games before the mercy rule took effect, but I am happy that I got as far as I did given the high level of competition on display yesterday. I hope to be just a little bit better by the next one. See y'all at the LI Retro Expo and hopefully many more!
  16. 3 points
    Link to streams - https://www.twitch.tv/tgfnretro YouTube Retro Sports Gamer Stream - https://youtu.be/7d3bqhHb3Io Link to Gens bracket - https://challonge.com/barrymelrosegensbracketd1
  17. 3 points
    Hey Guys, First time poster At work we have a 12 man NHL94 Hockey League we're coming up to our 3rd season. There's some disgruntlement about team disparity throughout the league and we're playing with the idea of everyone being able to customize their own player stats based on an equal allocation system in the hope to make everything fair but still diverse in how they divvy out their points. I haven't messed around with editing players yet, but does anyone have any recommendations on how to handle this? Is every individual stat point worth the same, or is the difference between 4-5 and 5-6 drastic? Give each team 'X' amount of points and let them do whatever they want? I feel like it should be more like old school RPG games where the more points you have in a stat the more expensive it becomes. Alternatively I could just make 4-5 different styles of teams and just let them choose if they want to be any of the 5 pre-made styles of teams (that are all as equal as I can make it) Any insight? (We also recorded all our playoffs and are making a high-light reel if anyone's interested, lol) Thanks!
  18. 3 points
    We will be having 1 league this season in SNES. Once the draft is over, we will start the new season, with a 40 game schedule. I will be dividing the single league into 2 conferences, essentially an "A" level conference, and a "B" level conference. Schedules will be weighted (Playing more in-conference more games than out of conference) and playoffs will be divided by conference, with the winners of each playing each other for the final (like the NHL Playoffs), with 6 teams in each conference making the playoffs, and the top 2 seeds getting a 1st round bye. The list of coaches playing this season is below: SNES Coaches: 16 coaches: annatar BobKudelski26 schwartz MikeGartner22 c4outlaws koke_45 stheds2000 jer_33 Auggie Acadius hotelcalifornia combustiblecam dethrox kingraph Bad Moon Rison KaBa78 Waiting List: Gimpyclay (needs to be confirmed) JMAU104 (needs to be confirmed) Below is the draft order for the SNES league. The pick order was randomized (using random.org to generate the randomized list). When it is your turn, reply to this thread to choose your team. You can choose any team that has not already been selected. Below the draft order, you will find a list of available teams. The draft starts now! Deadlines are set starting Saturday, 11/24, in 1 hour increments. All deadlines are in EST (Eastern Time). If you miss your deadline, you can choose your team at anytime. If you do not choose a team, you will be given best available team at the end of the draft. Once you have selected, please pass along the message to the next person up via PM, Discord, email, etc to let them know they are up. I'll try to do my best to stay on top of it. You can also post your draft list in this thread, or PM/Discord message me (chaos) the list if you don't want to post your team selections. ON THE CLOCK: DONE League Draft Order (Deadlines in Parenthesis): jer_33 - PIT BobKudelski26 - BOS schwartz - CHI koke_45 - VAN Auggie - DEADLINE PASSED - PHI c4outlaws - QUE MikeGartner22 - DET Acadius - CGY dethrox - DEADLINE PASSED - STL hotelcalifornia - BUF combustiblecam - MTL annatar - LA kingraph - NYR stheds2000 - WSH Bad Moon Rison - TOR KaBa78 - WPG Available teams: ANH XXX XXX XXX XXX EDM DAL XXX FLA HFD XX XXX NJ XXX NYI OTT XXX XXX XXX SJ XXX TB XXX XXX XXX XXX Screenshot of Random.org:
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    i did a hacked version long long time ago... right when the english translation patch came out... NorthtownHockey.nes
  21. 3 points
    ALSO, as a fair warning to all my fellow buds out here, if you are over 40, approaching 40, get checked out. They used to recommend 50, but now are moving it to 45. You'd be STUNNED at the stories I heard after I told mine around work/friends/circles, etc. And, my gastrologist specialist I went to said 100% I'd have developed cancer if I hadn't gone in when I did. Like, I'm never sick, don't have grey hair, all my hair, decent shape, sitting with good genes, no allergies, no history of nothing, and I'd have been in a bad way fast if I hadn't been listening to the radio and Eddy O was crying, dealing with his battle with cancer and talked about getting yourself checked out. Scary stuff, not knowing what you can't see. Don't have anything without your health for real.
  22. 3 points
    If you're not familiar with the WHA, Wikipedia does a far better job of explaining than I ever could. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Hockey_Association Long story short, if you're in need of your Whalers or Nords fix this is where it all began. Rosters have all major players included but lines are built similar to Deadline ROMs with playoff rosters and/or late-season trades in mind. However, if you feel the need to see Alton White in a NY Raiders sweater or Michel Rouleau as a Blazer they're all there and just a line edit away... Player photos are updated with some really, REALLY big hair. A lot of the graphics and player rating for later seasons are already done so hope to keep these coming relatively regularly. Comments, suggestions and (constructive) criticism always welcomed. 1973 WHA.bin
  23. 3 points
    Hello from the grave! Jk I am alive. Just have a full time job along with grad school now, so busy busy. But, I will be there tonight!
  24. 3 points
    Hello everybody, Here is a rom created by @Jkline3 and myself, made in USA and Switzerland. It's based upon the Calgary 88 Olympic tournament. @Jkline3 cared about the title's screen, the banners, the broadcaster, TV logo, etc. I was responsible for the rosters and the player cards. Every starter has a picture (I took some from clockwise's NHL 1991). Hope you'll enjoy this version! 1988 Olympics - Calgary.bin
  25. 3 points
    West coast is always going to be tough. When the tournament was in Vegas, my employer tempted me by having our annual conference in Palm Springs - but still couldn't commit to the travel. This year, Vancouver - and wouldn't you know it, the annual conference is being held in Vancouver Oct 22--25. Amazing.
  26. 3 points
    I updated league structure. 3 DIVISIONS is strictly for scheduling (home/away will be determined by coin flip sent to Chaos) In division is 3 games per guy in division, or 12 games. That leaves 10 teams from other 2 divisions to play x 2, or 20 games. Same total of 32 games. Top 10 coaches make the A playoffs. B playoffs will be determined by invite from the bottom 8.
  27. 3 points
    Skip Wins! The fact: Jágr is known for his patriotism. So he had worn a uniform with the Czech Republic's ensign on the Vancouver Winter Olympics Games in 2010. Also Jágr always wears the number 68. The sportsman has worn it through his entire ice hockey career. He did it in honour of the Prague Revolution, occurred in Czechoslovakia in 1968. In this year his grandfather died in prison, where he was put for political views.
  28. 3 points
    During the Sega Genesis half of the tournament, things got interesting. Coach Mac defeated KingRaph in the round robin portion, but then they met again in the quarterfinals. “Imagine the U.S. Men’s Olympic team beating Russia in 1980, but then playing Russia immediately after again in the gold medal game,” was the way he described it. Raph recovered pretty fast and sailed to the next round. He even chose the Devils, and put Dano on the ice, to seal the deal against Coach. Still on shock on this one! I actually asked Raph afterwords if he was trying! Washington 5 NY Islanders 4. The gods of 94 were working against him for sure, BUT I was actually able to capitalize on the opportunity and win, that would have never happened previously.
  29. 3 points
    #2 Winnipeg (Aqualizard) vs #7 Montreal (Coach) First for some background, November 5, 2017 Winnipeg (Aqualizard) took 4 of 5 games against Montreal (Coach) during the Classic Regular Season. December 6, 2017 In the Premium Retro League Season 3 Teddy Bear Cup Finals. Los Angeles (Aqualizard) won an epic 7 game series over Minnesota (Coach). You can read about it here: http://forum.nhl94.com/index.php?/topic/18227-premium-retro-league-3/&page=3 December 19, 2017 In preseaon trading for the Plablegs 2 League Aqualizard is insulted by Coach rejecting a trade with him and instead trading with Brutus. After the dust has cleared Aqualizard says: aqualizard - 12/19/2017 ok. u control ur tm. I was just shocked. (but now I REALLY want to beat u) December 20, 2017 Coach drops from Plablegs 2. December 26, 2017 Classic League Playoff Matchups pit Aqualizard against Coach. December 30, 2017 Game 1 in Winnipeg Aqualizard and the Jets win a wide open back and forth game 6-5 by scoring 2 goals in the final minute of play. Teemu Selanne had 4 goals. Winnipeg leads 1-0. Game 2 in Winnipeg Coach and the Canadiens win 3-2 despite 8 minutes in penalties and only 4 shots on goal. Patrick Roy stood on his head stopping 16 of 18 shots. The Jets also had almost 4 minutes of 5 on 3 hockey that they could not score. Series tied 1-1. Game 3 in Montreal Bob Essensa gets back on his game and pitches a 3-0 shutout on the road in the Forum. Winnipeg is back in control and leads 2-1. Game 4 in Montreal A Vinny Damphousse Hat Trick gets the Canadiens right back in the series with a 3-2 win. Series tied 2-2 Game 5 in Winnipeg Teemu Selanne scores 5 goals for the Jets on their way to dominating 7-2 victory and seemingly control of the Series. Patrick Roy is pulled late in the third period after stopping just 3 of 10 shots. Jets lead 3-2. Game 6 in Montreal Denis Savard and Vinny Damphousse score 2 goals each to lead the Canadiens to a 4-2 victory and force Game 7. After one of Savard's goals Aqualizard stopped the Music (by pausing the game) in the Forum and seemed to really put a bee in the Canadiens bonnet. Despite Coachmac's threats of nuclear retalition if he was ever subjected to these tactics again...... Todd Ewen, Mario Roberge, and Lyle Odelien were able to restrain Coachmac from going over the glass to get to Aqualizard. Series tied 3-3 GAME SEVEN in Winnipeg After a 0-0 First Period, Phil Housley found the twine 23 seconds into the second to give the Jets a 1-0 lead. However in the final minute of the second just 12 seconds apart Stephan LeBeau and JJ Daigneault scored to give the Canadiens a 2-1 lead. Davydov tied it at 2 in the first minute of the third. Incredible back and forth action ensued as the teams battled. Then with under a minute to play Matt Schneider took a pass from Denis Savard and beat Essensa high glove to give the Canadiens a 3-2 victory. and the SERIES. Canadiens win 4 games to 3. Statgasm Montreal was 2-1 at Home and 2-2 on the Road Winnipeg outscored the Canadiens 24-20. Winnipeg outshot the Canadiens 88-65. (Game 3 was 18-4) Montreal's shooting % was 31, Winnipeg's was 27. Winnipeg's PP was 3 for 10, 30%, Montreal was 2 for 9, 22% Winnipeg had 2 shorties. Montreal out checked the Jets 24-20 per game. Montreal won 53% of faceoffs. Winnipeg had 5:50 AZ time avg, Montreal had 4:53 Teemu Selanne lead all scorers with 12-4-16, but 9 of his 12 goals came in 2 games. Davydov had 5-6-11, Housley had 5-4-9, Bautin had 0-8-8. Montreal was lead by Savard 6-3-9 and Damphousse 6-1-7 JJ Daigneault lead the way defensively for the Canadiens with 2-3-5 and a series best 47 checks and 8 PIM. Bob Essensa 2.87 GAA, .692 SV %, and 1 shutout. Patrick Roy 3.49 GAA and .727 SV %. The Jets stats were skewed by 2 games the blowout win and then penalty filled game were Montreal had just 4 shots. Jets Line-up Housley and Bautin were paired together on D every game. Selanne at Center and Davydov on LW. Borsato started on RW in Games 1,2,5, and 6 (Jets went 2-2) Zhamnov started on RW in Games 3,4, and 7 (Jets went 1-2) Canadiens Line-up Schneider and Daigneault were paired together on D every game. Damphousse LW, Muller C, Savard RW games 1,2,3 (Habs went 1-2) Savard LW, Damphousse C, Muller RW games 4,5,6 (Habs went 2-1) Savard LW, Damphousse C, LeBeau RW game 7 (Habs went 1-0) GGS Aqualizard!
  30. 3 points
    First update for the season, here you are. I´ll post nex one with more rookies before christmas, As always, if you find ratings that are not what they should be, please let me know. 17_4.rar.rar
  31. 3 points
    For the team banners, I ran into the same problem on the SNES 93 ROM. I used the tiling and made a bunch of available letters, so you could just look up the letters in a table then update the tile map in the ROM. Some teams needed custom banners because their names were longer. It's explained here (2nd post): http://forum.nhl94.com/index.php?/topic/11734-nhlpa-hockey-93-64-team-rom/ However just shrinking the graphics so 34 fit is much simpler for modders to make ROMs with.
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    53 who RSVP'd to a FB event page. Attendance is well over 100 at this point. I stopped counting at 100 because once past the century mark it gets nerve wrecking.
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    Yes, I'd like to make it within a month.
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    Last updated: 12.05.17 This is a list of '94 GENS ROMs that are found all over the forums (and other sites). I linked to the original source to give credit to the authors and sometimes an explanation of the ROM. If you feel something should be added, just reply to this thread and I’ll update this list. I hope you find this helpful. Classic ROMs - Classic (www.nhl94online.com) - Classic Playoffs (99 min OT) (original post) - Weight Bug Fixed (original post) - Weight Bug Fixed + Chk Bonus (original post) - Y Button Goalie Control (original post) - WBF & Y Button Goalie – Survivor S02 (original post) - No Hassle (original post) - Roamin Goalies (original post) - Playstation 2 NHL'06 edition Updated Roster ROMS - 2018 by Skip/slapshot (original post) - 2018 by naples39 (original post) - 2017 by Skip/slapshot (original post) - 2017 by naples39 (original post) - 2016 by naples39 (original post) - 2016 by Skip/slapshot (original post) - 2015 by Skip/nhlpa93easn (original post) - 2014 by Clockwise (original post) - 2014 "user friendly edition" by nhlpa93easn (original post) - 2013 by Clockwise (original post) - 2012 by Clockwise (original post) - 2012 by Slapshot67 (original post) - 2011 by Clockwise (original post)\ - 2010 by swos/mahavishnu (original post) - nhl91.com by Clockwise (original post) - 70's & 80's by Slapshot67 | '71 | '72 | '73 | '74 | '75 | '76 | '77 | '78 | '79 '80 | '81 | '82 | '83 | '84 | '85 | '86 | '87 | '88 | '89 - Historic ROMs by Coach Mac Original Post - Deadline ROMs by Naples39 "Deadline" ROMS 1987 Deadline 1994 Deadline 1995 Deadline Genesis Draft League (GDL) - Season 16 (original post) - Season 15 (original post) - Season 14 (original post) - Season 13 (original post) - Season 12 (original post) - Season 11 (original post) - Season 10 (original post) - Season 09 (original post) - Season 08 (original post) - Season 07 (original post) - Season 06 (original post) - Season 05 (original post) - Season 04 (original post) - Season 03 (original post) - Season 02 (original post) - Season 01 (original post) Blitz League - Season 11 (original post) - Season 10 (original post) - Season 09 (original post) - Season 08 (original post) - Seasons 01 - 07 2 on 2 - 2on2_update (original post) - 2on2.orgfinal (original post) - 2on2 no icing (original post) - Summit 2012 (original post) - Summit 2011 (original post) - Summit 2010 (original post) - Summit 2009 (original post) - Summit 2008 (original post) - 2013 2on2 by Clockwise - 2012 2on2 by Clockwise (original post) - 2007 2on2 (original post) - Pond Hockey League (original post) Miscellaneous - wboy 30 team ROM (original post) - 1v1 (original post) - 3v3 (original post) - 2010 Vancouver Olympics (original post) - 6 Aside Soccer (original post) - Ball Hockey 4v4 (original post) - Ball Hockey 5v5 (original post) - Beer League (original post) - IIHF ’94 (original post) - Minnesota State Tourney 2010 (original post) - Minnesota State Tourney 2011 (original post) - Mutant League Hockey (original post) - TRON Rom (original post) - Canada Cup 1994 (original post)
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    I've been going kind of ham with playoff runs lately, here is a link below to my spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10hQu3OMeIkN6dIqPxb_yyzq8oy8Nu9nqETk0axPaKi8/edit?usp=sharing I've been stat tracking in a similar manner to Eman while using these rules -5 min periods -penalties on except for offside -Playing the toughest matchup in the 1st rd -Score by any means possible My goal was to do a run with every team and I accomplished that but I was still tempted to play more games. To satiate my desire I started using 2nd, 3rd, & 4th lines along with backup goalies. I havent included the backups with the main team stats quite yet but you can see the performances I have completed within the team pages. I have found this to be a fun and refreshing way to play the computer when I have a spare 15-30 minutes.
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    Former New York Ranger Colton Orr is now confirmed, registered to play!
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    Not yet, this is my fault. I am helping out but haven't had a chance to add my rosters from the '94 update. It takes some time because NHLPA did the ratings differently, have to go into each player. I hope to have it out with the trade deadline '94 ROM. Been tough to find time lately.
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    Good point. Maybe we can start it Wednesday.
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    Great article talking about 94 and it's history!! Check it out! (front page, first article, just sayin...) https://www.nhl.com/news/nhl-94-enduring-popularity-25-years-later/c-301326816?tid=280428014
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    Hahha. Awesome! High school nickname finally paying off!
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    https://apnews.com/e3df6ab1d73d45b297f3bc1e96102ab2/NHL-takes-esports-on-ice-with-gaming-tournament
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    Even though I suck I'll be there, Draisaitl Germany jersey and all
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    Good news, long-time SNES player Dan Cameron finally got the SNES record up on Twin Galaxies and set the bar at 72! Not official yet, but should be very soon as the video looks completely legit. http://www.twingalaxies.com/showthread.php/177577-SNES-SFC-NHL-94-NTSC-Biggest-Blowout-72-Daniel-Cameron Here are the current WR's for the Genesis/Mega Drive and SNES EA Hockey series as of today: Genesis NHL Hockey (NHL'92) - 45 (kingraph, Oct'15) NHLPA Hockey '93 - 87 (kingraph, Aug'15) NHL'94 - 69 (kingraph, Oct'15) NHL'95 - 39 (kingraph, Oct'15) NHL'96 - 21 (Steve Germershausen, Sep'09) NHL'97 - 21 (Steve Germershausen, Sep'09) NHL'98 - 24 (Steve Germershausen, Aug'10) Super Nintendo NHLPA Hockey '93 - 47 (Jonathan Plombon, Jan'08) NHL'94 - 72 (Dan Cameron, Oct'17) NHL'95 - 56 (Jonathan Plombon, Jul'08) NHL'96 - 80 (Jonathan Plombon, Apr'09) NHL'97 - 52 (Jonathan Plombon, Jul'08) NHL'98 - 58 (Jonathan Plombon, Jul'08)
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    Mentor me, HABS! We can play every Wednesday at 8pm or something? I am struggling, but yes, I always get my games in. Throw me a bone!!!
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    thanks bud. I just liked your last post so I can boost your rep around here.
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    I'm still surprised to read these negatives on Housley. He is a defensive liability in terms of, he's not always at his post. But w/ that speed, agility &&&& 6 STICKHANDLING, he's tough to get the puck away from & even if he's not at his post, he's still out there somewhere. To me, the key to Housley is he does offer an opening for another team to attack, so it's important to not lose possession of the puck once you get it. Because with a few careful passes, you can get the puck to him or Selanne and then should have plenty of more opportunities to score than your opponent will get if you have the puck more. And NHL94 is nothing more than getting more scoring chances than your opponent as much as it is giving up less chances. The principal math works in both directions, whether its a 3-2 win, 4-3 win or a 7-6 win, the overall plus to the team Housley in your lineup adds is worth it.