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  1. The 87 ROM doesn't have stick tape added. Is it a matter of a couple of clicks someone would do for me, or is it a matter of sending me to tutorial school?
  2. Also, I have to say that I like the most recent idea for his 50s and 60s decade ROMs - going with a feel of a decade team over a specific year. Why pick a year when every year I pick has a team or a line I like but is missing something else? OK, here is the 72-84 one. 72 to 84 NHL Coach Mac Variety Pack.bin
  3. I am Coach Mac's superfan #1, so I do have old versions of his 70s and 80s ROMS. They were done before he started doing the scoreboard sponsor logo, but they do have sticktape, splashscreens, player cards, etc. He recently posted a 72-84 ROM; maybe that was what you wanted. I could find that too. 70s NHL Coach Mac.bin 80s NHL Coach Mac.bin
  4. The picture (and the story) of the The Rocket handshake are truly hockey heroes lore! Also, could Coach or someone else repost his historic ROM from 1987? I love it, but I think that my copy is not the final product.
  5. If you are interested in Richard, watch the 2005 movie, The Rocket. I enjoyed it. There are some epic stories about this guy.
  6. Changing player names and ratings is VERY easy if you download NOSE and open the ROM in NOSE. You can literally just type in whatever you want to the rosters. Just be aware of which players are listed in the NLC (No Line Changes) lineup because these "starters" are linked to the corresponding player card photos for the pregame commentary.
  7. Wow. I am impressed, and I haven't even tried it yet. Good job! Thank you.
  8. Here are the teams for the 80s ROM: Boston 83 Buffalo 84 Calgary 89 Chicago 83 Detroit 88 Edmonton 84 Hartford 87 LA 81 Minnesota 81 Montreal 86 NJ 88 NYI 82 NYR 86 Philly 87 Pittsburgh 86 Quebec 85 St. Louis 86 Toronto 87 Vancouver 82 Washington 86 Winnipeg 85
  9. Actually, he did do a "70 somethin'" one more recently, but this one is not the original Decades Rom. 70 somethin' NHL.bin
  10. Here is the 80s one - it is great! I would like the 70s one if anyone has it to share. 80s NHL Coach Mac.bin
  11. This is a ROM made from Naples' Deadline 89 ROM as a base. It is now meant to play alone vs. loaded up CPU teams (players rated 100-120). It is ready for play with line changes and 3 lines. Choose from 4 "regular" teams: LA, Minnesota, Montreal, or Pittsburgh for a good challenge. 89 Forever NHL.bin
  12. Here is a '91 version of what I did with the '87. (See the separate post for an explanation.) The base is Clockwise's '91. The top 3 lines of most teams are now rated 100-120. Choose from Montreal, Calgary, or Pittsburgh (ratings left normal) for a good challenge. 91 Forever NHL.bin
  13. Here is a ROM designed to play by yourself. It is Coach Mac's '87 ROM as a base. Choose from 4 weak teams (4th or 5th place in their division that year): LA, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, or Quebec. All other teams are loaded with players rated 100-120. No matter which of these 4 teams you choose for playoffs, your 15 opponents will all be the loaded teams. Also, your goalie on these 4 teams has been made very weak for more fun. I am a decent player (in my own mind), and I find this ROM a good challenge for solo play. This ROM could be even better if the extra teams in the 30 team ROM were used to give me more options beyond these 4. I imagine a ROM with 15 loaded teams for playoff opponents and 15 weak teams for playing options, but this adjustment is beyond me. 87 Forever NHL.bin
  14. Here is one someone else put out there - I think that it was Slapshot's. It is very cool. NHL Greatest Teams.bin
  15. Coffey is an Oiler. Also, there are actually 3 versions of this year available: Slapshot's, Coach Mac's Historic ROM, and Naples' Deadline ROM.
  16. It reflects the 86-87 season.
  17. Thorough historical work! Thank you!
  18. I see that some new original 6 roms were added when you updated this week. Thanks. Are there any differences in the updated 70, 75, or 80 postings?
  19. NOSE can change the menu matchup teams to EDM vs. BOS. Yes, 1990 was a missing link. Thanks!
  20. I actually just found it! Believe it or not, I feel like I accomplished something ! Thank you for your patience and help.
  21. How do I find the "address" in the ROM? I have the ROM in the hex editor, and I see on the posting listed above that the "Hex offset" is 00BB88. One problem: I do not know what a Hex offset is.
  22. Thank you. I have never used hex editor, but I will try.
  23. EARE can reshuffle portraits only if you use the original players but on different teams or in different positions, right? If I make new players or import them from another ROM, things get wacky.
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