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  1. I know it's not NHL98 but, UltraMagnus created an updated version of NHL95 that includes the 32 teams. It has season mode. Might be a nice solution for you until you have NHL98 figured out.
  2. Welcome to the Forum! As this is a 2 part question... Import Teams - no. I don't play NHL98 to know but unless it has 32 team available, you have to alter the actual hex code to expand to 32 team for the rom. NOT an easy thing to do. As there was only 27 NHL teams in 1998, I'm assuming that it doesn't. If it does have 32 team spots, then it is just a matter of editing them to be the right team names, cities, colors, logos, etc. Not impossible to do but, not a quick fix either. Unless you have some familiarity with hex codes and various editing programs, you may need to ask around for some Q&A. As NHL98 isn't as popular as NHL94 or even 95, there may not be much instruction on how to do so around here. However, if you poke around the NHL98 thread, on this forum, you might find some useful info and feel free to ask questions. With the latter, do yourself a favor, give as much detail to what you are doing, or trying to do, so that folks can maybe help troubleshoot or advise you. There are some folks around here who have dabbled in that game. I won't name-drop them as I don't want them to be put on the spot. However, if they see this, they can certainly chime in with whatever help they can offer. Importing rosters - technically, sorta. Realistically, no. There is a csv roster import/export tool on this site. I use it for NHL94 and NHL95. I could have sworn I read that it only works for NHL93-97. However, I cannot 100% confirm. Furthermore, it depends on what roster that you are importing. If your ROM's teams have a different amount of forwards, Dmen or goalies then another ROM's roster, it will not be a smooth import assuming it doesn't error-out. NOSE allows folks to copy and paste players from one roster to another assuming the player attributes are the same for each game. If NHL98 (again, never played it) has certain player attributes different then NHL93, 94 or 95, for example, then copy and paste won't do the trick. My recommendation is to visit the NHL98 thread on this forum and see what's there. Plus, allow folks a chance to see this post and perhaps, someone in-the-know for that game can chime in with recommendations.
  3. For those interested, a 3v3 version of this ROM has been updated and posted at: Cheers!
  4. My NHL94 2022 3v3 ROM has been updated and posted above. For details about this file, please see the original post. One change that I just recently made, to this ROM, was that make all skaters be the same position using The Tome's hack. This way, while playing the game, you can put a forward in a D position or vice versa. You won't need NOSE to facilitate. Cheers!
  5. The new NHL season is upon us! Well, technically, it started last night. Anywho... I just posted V1 of my season ROM. I will keep the preseason ROM posted for a little while but will take it down sometime later this month. What to expect: *Lots of new skaters (many rookies) since my last post. *Updated some headshots. *Removed Jack Eichel. I know he is a star player but it's not looking good that he'll play this year due to Buffalo's management being dumb and, recovery time needed if he gets the surgery he desires. *Lines/D-pairings may not be 100% accurate. Not all opening night skaters will be in this version. I left several injured players in the game as they are expected to return soon (Crosby) or later in the season. I'd say 98-99% of the opening night roster folks are in this ROM. If you notice any mistakes, please let me know. I will update my 3v3 version sometime over the next week or two. Cheers!
  6. Hello! I am still continuing updates to this rom as players sign or re-sign. I'm also updating jersey numbers, as they get confirmed, as well as the uniforms themselves (if changes are revealed like Arizona). Barring any noteworthy trades, my plan is to post a new version in time for the start of the upcoming season. Cheers!
  7. Howdy! For folks, like me, who enjoy playing a 3v3,, I am posting such a version of my NHL94 2022 rom. About the ROM: * 32 Teams including Seattle. *The game features the ability to do 4v3 powerplays. If you want to do so, you must play with penalties ON (except offsides) and play with line changes ON. * Penalties are 1 min in length. * You can now edit/update PP units in the game. In the past, because I would only show one Dman, if I had a second on the PP point, you couldn't see them in the Line Editor. You would have to download NOSE to see them and edit accordingly. To remedy it, I simply show 1 D and 3 wingers. This way, you can edit one of the 4 within the game. * Periods are 3, 5, 7 and 10 minutes. * Each team has 6 forwards, 3 Dmen and 2 goalies to chose from when editing lines. I made all of the lines, by default, the same two forwards/1 dman with the exception of the PP units which have 3 forwards/1 dman. Feel free to change them as you see fit. Known bugs: * WSH/WPG Freeze Bug if you cycle player cards, on the Team Selection page, for both Washington and Winnipeg. If you use Kega Fusion, as an emulator, it will not freeze. * If your team has two players penalized, the powerplay becomes 4 on 2. However, since penalties are only 1 min in length, it shouldn't be a big deal. It adds to the excitement. LOL * Due to how the game must be edited in Hex Code, the checking line, when you play with "line changes on", becomes the top line ("Scoring Line 1). So, I renamed the checking line to say Sc.1 when editing in-game. The original Scoring 1 becomes Sc.2 and Scoring Line 2 becomes Sc.3 (with line changes on). I use the same PP and PK lines, for each instance, so I renamed them to PP and PK instead of PP1/PP2 and PK1/PK2. * The in-game line editor and team roster view, when line changes are on, sorts as Sc2., Sc3. and Sc1. for the 3 lines. Just keep that in mind when you do in-game changes. Let me know if you have any questions. Cheers! NHL94 2022 3v3.bin
  8. @retroNYI Scroll to the top to find my NHL94 2022 version (as you asked elsewhere on the forum). Per your other question, the stamina hack is a simple edit to reduce stamina quicker. It is not applied to my NHL94 2022 rom as it is not a very popular hack and I have only done it during the playoff versions. If you wish to apply it to the NHL94 2022 version, let me know and I will send you the instruction (or just search Stamina Hack on this forum). All you do is change two numbers within the hex code. As long as you have a hex editor program (they are free to download), you can do the change (if desired).
  9. Somehow missed this post... you may be on to something with the Ameri-Canada appeal. It's possible. Then again, I guess it makes sense to have the same cover player as the game hasn't changed since he last graced the cover. Would have been nice if they could have picked a player with less of a creepy "want some candy in the back of my van" look!
  10. I kid... sorta... lol
  11. Hi All! Happy Labor Day! I have posted an updated version of this ROM in the original post (now called " NHL94 2022 Preseason Edition"). I updated it after Jesperi Kotkaniemi was recently acquired by Carolina, via offer sheet, and Christian Dvorak was traded to Montreal. I added some other new signings, as well, and updated several jersey numbers (not all are official yet). I still have Jack Eichel as benched in the game but he can still be activated if you choose to do so. As it is now appearing that both Vladimir Tarasenko and Phil Kessel, despite their trade requests, will be on their current teams, come opening night, I have made them as part of the active rosters. Tarasenko was recently seen skating/practicing with some of his Blues teammates, in team attire, so who knows... I'm not sure if I'll do another update prior to the start of the season unless there is significant activity that warrants an update. TBD Cheers!
  12. They've been using the Kachina logo all post-season/Summer as their primary logo. It was used at the recent draft, is on their Twitter account and their official site. Plus... https://www.nhl.com/coyotes/news/coyotes-new-ice-originally-classic/c-326027538 Seems pretty official to me. I used the Kachina 3rd jersey, that they wore for half of last season, as their home jersey color scheme. It's also the one that they used, at the recent draft, when they presented it to their #1 draft pick (Dylan Guenther). For away, I used the version/color scheme, of it, that they wore circa 1997-2003.
  13. You're welcome and thanks for sharing it!
  14. EA received a ton of criticism for having him as their cover star for the 2nd time in 3 years so even more reason not to do it.
  15. You're welcome! I have no interest in copying them so my ROM cover stars have been different each year.
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