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  1. 6 points
    I am crying happy tears as @Lupz27 and @IceStorm70 are fully registered to play! This means in addition to some very high level '94 play, there will be lots of 2v2 after the tournament! Also, recent Classic participants @aepurniet and @kuefner have also registered! Looking forward to meeting you fine gentlemen (unless we've met before, in which I am dumb). As of this post we have reached our cap of 32, though we are holding a few spots for some special guests. People can still register for the waitlist or to just keep up on the tournament details via e-mail. Anyone can attend to be part of the crowd. Very excited about this event and we (all the organizers) are working hard to make sure it's gonna be great. Stay tuned!
  2. 1 point
    REGISTRATION https://www.nhl94.com/nyctourney/ DATE & TIME Saturday, April 13, 2019. Registration starts at 10:00 a.m. Tournament start at 11:00 am COST: $25 (moves to $30 in April) LOCATION St. Pat's Bar & Grill 22W 46th Street New York, NY, 10036 https://stpatsbar.com RULES & OTHER INFORMATION Sega Genesis Only Original cartridges, systems and CRTs 32 Person Cap 5 Games guaranteed Progressive Group Play Win your game and play against another 1-0 person. Lose and you play against another 0-1. Rounds progress each way such that play against someone with your same record After 5 rounds 16 players will be 3-2 or better, making it to bracket play. 16 eliminated Bracket play - 16 seeds from group play Single elimination, best of 3 each round KO94 style rules Coin flip winner chooses two teams for matchup Coin flip loser selects which team he wants to use No coin flip needed if two people play against each other again, just reverse previous winner/loser choice. PRIZES TBD -- we will be announcing prizes, raffles, and lots of other fun stuff over the coming weeks. STREAMING We will announce when we go live: www.twitch.tv/kingraph PLAYERS 01. Evan E. ( @Evan )(organizer) 02. John G. ( @chaos ) (organizer) 03. Scott S. ( @MikeGartner22 ) (organizer) 04. Raphael F. ( @kingraph ) (organizer) 05. Kevin B. ( @corbettkb ) 06. Eric K. ( @eggink444 ) 07. Scott E. 08. Josh K. 09. Tim S. 10. Brian R. ( @Bad Moon Rison ) 11. Matt P. 12. Dennis H. ( @dhapshow ) 13. Matt M. 14. Paul C. 15. Chris O. 16. John K. ( @kuefner ) 17. Matt H. 18. Brad B. ( @da94wookiee ) 19. John S. 20. Bill M. ( @CoachMac ) 21. Colton Orr 22. Matt A. 23. Aaron R ( @Sdogg ) 24. Kyle W. ( @kylewat / Zeppelin55) 25. Paul L ( @Lupz27 ) 26. Tom E. ( @aepurniet ) 27. Mark M ( @IceStorm70 ) 28. Eric M. 29. Chris B. 30. Carl G. 31. Michael G. 32. Marc C. Waitlist * Rich T.
  3. 1 point
    I was telling @kingraph that I might swing by and hang with y'all on the day of the event. I live in Central Jersey and usually make it up to the city once or twice a month. I told him that I'll likely not compete as my skills are a bit rusty and there are a lot of '94 legends playing. Plus, I still need to check if I indeed can swing by that day. If so, I may have my wife with me as I promised her a NYC date once the weather got better. But, she's mad cool and loves hockey. Sadly, I may have to (finally) take her to Del Friscos NYC as she is dying to go. There goes a ton of money - lol. So, anywho, we may just hang for some drinks, introductions and watch you each battle it out for a bit. It will be fun to watch (and perhaps, scout) the guys playing this game that we love. Plus, it would be cool to put some names/faces together. If I can make it out there, I will let everyone know via this thread. If so, I look forward to meeting you!
  4. 1 point
    Here, I made a copy of the last sheet we used: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zFkMlv5fQHJ6x6eU6KxU3Q6O5vWpjEMfw3E1jqF-e4M/edit?usp=sharing I think you should be able to view and save a copy for yourself to edit. Take some time to review the sheet and you can PM me directly if you have questions as I designed most of that thing.
  5. 1 point
    I think people have just used online google docs. Can someone point him to a spreadsheet from a previous league that could be cloned and edited?
  6. 1 point
    Not many UK guys, but if you want to branch out there are a fair number of European players (particularly Finns) https://forum.nhl94.com/index.php?/topic/18331-calling-all-euro-players-for-possible-euro-league/ Also check out our Discord chat server, there is a euro league room there https://discord.gg/ChJmrn
  7. 1 point
    This is a guide to setting up 4-way play on RetroArch. Useful for the 2on2 ROM. Link to Genesis 2on2 ROM - 2on2 Update Thread Please make sure you have loaded the ROM at least once before (Load Core->Genesis Plus GX, then Load Content->2on2 ROM). I suggest placing the ROM in your ROMs folder inside the RetroArch-32 folder (or wherever else you decide to keep your ROMs). The person hosting should have direct connect set up. This will give the smoothest connection for everyone. This also allows you to swap teammates and reset the game if there is a crash while keeping everyone connected. So far, only confirmed this on Genesis GPGX core (prob should work in a similar fashion for Snes9x core): Step 1: Set Max Users to 4 Start RetroArch. Go to Settings->Input. Set Max Users to 4 (this is safe to leave this way, you don't have to change this back). Exit and restart RetroArch. Step 2: Set Controls Load the 2on2 ROM. Once it is running, access the Quick Menu (by going to Command->Menu Toggle on the Menu Bar or pressing F1 key), and go down to Controls. In the Controls window, change "User 1 Device Type" and "User 2 Device Type" to "MD Joypad 3 Button + 4-WayPlay". Make sure "User 3 Device Type" and "User 4 Device Type" are set to "RetroPad" (this should be default setting). Step 3: Set to Four Player Once done with Step 2, you will need to "Restart" the game (Quick Menu->Restart). Go to the Game Setup screen and see if you can set the Players to "Four": Step 4: Save Game Remap File Once you are successful, you can save the Game Remap File, which will save the User Device Types specific to this game. This way you don't need to set it up every time. With the game loaded, go to Quick Menu->Controls->Save Game Remap File". A message will pop up that the file has been saved. Now, when you load the 2on2 ROM, it will automatically load the Game Remap File (and your 4-WayPlay setup)! This way, you will not have to redo this and undo it every time you decide to play. So, you only need to go through this setup once. Step 5: Start Netplay and Play Start Netplay as you usually would (Main Menu->Netplay->Start Netplay Host). This can be done before loading the ROM, or after (go to Quick Menu, go back a few times to the Main Menu). I would suggest telling the players to connect after you set the Players to "Four" in the Game Setup screen. Players 1 and 3 are the Home team, 2 and 4 are the Away team. To switch players, press the "i" key to "leave the game". Then the "i" key should be pressed in the order of players. (Example: If player 2 and 3 "leave the game", and Player 2 wants to be Player 3, Player 3 wants to be Player 2, Player 3 presses "i" key first, then Player 2 presses the "i" key. Now they are swapped.)
  8. 1 point
    Rather than a "3 year average" maybe use a 3 year weighted average. Year Team GP GAA SV% Wgt GPxWgt GAAxGPxWgt SV%xGPxWgt 2016-17 BUF 59 2.68 0.920 1 59 158.12 54.280 2017-18 BUF 53 3.01 0.908 2 106 319.06 96.248 2018-19 NYI 29 2.02 0.932 3 87 175.74 81.084 TOTAL 252 652.92 231.612 WGT AVG 2.59 0.919 (plus whatever team-based adjustments might be warranted...)
  9. 1 point
    Hey guys, This is a special release that Slapshot67, KTup710 and I have worked on all spring/summer. Really, it began this winter while watching the Olympics. I missed the NHLers and I decided to make a ROM about it. This is the 32-team ROM, but since most teams are not that competitive with the big boys, I decided to mix it up a bit. This ROM is called IIHF Legacy '19. It contains 15 current National Teams made up of what would closely resemble the real rosters in a major world tourney, and 17 historic National Teams from different tourneys. The main ROM is a WBF-rom. I added a 2nd ROM that does not include the weight bug fix. KNOWN BUG: The game will freeze if you scroll through the USA'96 player cards in the menu screen. This is a known bug that affects the 31st team on any 32 team ROM, and is not currently fixable. This was a lot of fun to make. I've worked with the great @slapshot67 on other ROMs, and adding the work of KTup710 only enhanced this particular ROM. KTup did all the work on the implementation of logos, and he did some incredible work on the banners. @KTup710 - really great work bud, truly commendable in the annals of NHL94 lore. As usual, Slapshot did spectacular work on players cards, splash screen, game clock...even the IIHF trophy is there! I handled the uniforms, players, player ratings, lines, and selected the logos we'd end up using. Some Notes Where it gets fun is the Legacy part. We created 17 "Classic" Historic teams, with an added twist. You'll be able to play the Miracle on Ice (1980 USA vs Soviet Union), the 1987 and 1991 Canada Cup Finals (1987 + 1991 Team Canada, 1987 Soviets, 1991 Team USA), the 1996 World Cup of Hockey Final (USA vs Canada) and the 2002 Olympic Gold Medal Game (Canada vs USA). Also included is the 1998 Czech Republic team, first NHLers to win Olympic Gold. Including them threw off the balance of 16/16 classic vs current teams, but that's ok. The twist is where it gets even more fun for NHL'94 fans. We created 6 National Teams made of the original ROM's players, with original ratings. Some players had to be added to complete rosters, but the original NHL'94 spirit of the 6 teams is surely there. They're the Original 6 of this ROM :-) Players & Rosters I tried to make team rosters as accurate as possible, with jersey #'s and lines as accurate as I could find. I also tried to keep ratings "within the defined parameters of NHL'94". I tried to keep players mostly honest. If you know anything about my current ROMs, you'll get the adjustment. Keep in mind players may have different ratings in different seasons (ie. '87 Gretzky is the man, Mario went virtually untouched from orig 94). Check out the excel sheet for more on player + team ratings. I needed to add some players to complete the 1994 teams, which is why there are players who were not in the game on those teams. Also, I know Petr Nedved actually played for Canada in 1994. But, come on, he belongs on Czech, Czech needs players, and Canada is ok without NHL94 Petr Nedved. You'll notice on some of the Legacy teams that a players weight may have changed from their original '94 weight. I tried to make a player's weight accurate to what it was in real life, except for the six NHL94 World Star teams. I left those players as is, Tony Amonte included. Amonte is a lefty in '96 and '02. And this is the last hurrah for Jaromir Jagr and the Sedins, so they were included on the current National Teams for 2019. For KTup and Slapshot- we all hope you guys enjoy this ROM. -Skip IIHF Legacy '19.bin IIHF Legacy '19.xls IIHF Legacy '19noWBF.bin
  10. 1 point
    I'm still confused, can we just get a step by step tutorial on how to change logos and banners?
  11. 1 point
    The first 6 numbers: Offense - Good 7 ... 0 Bad Defense - Good 0 ... 7 Bad PP - Good 2 ... 0 Bad PK - Good 0 ... 2 Bad Home - Good 2 ... 0 Bad Away - Good 0 ... 2 Bad (3 Really bad (OTT, FLA, ANH))