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jmomonyc last won the day on March 4 2020

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  1. Offense: Yzerman, Mogilny, Roenick Defense: Chelios, Housley, Bourque Goalies: Belfour, Hasek, Tugnutt
  2. hey all! and thanks @chaos for helping me sign up im down for a SNES game. Unfortunate thing is I cant host because it lags so damn much, but I can join games no problem. Im on retro and use this same name @jmomonyc
  3. LOL, back in HS I remember playing three (3) versions, both Sega and Sega CD and the SNES....memories heres the link for Swingers in case anyone wants to see it:
  4. will be sipping on some Gentlemen's Jack enjoying a day of hockey among avid gamers....only in NY
  5. thanks buddy! I will be sure to get plenty of practice in before April. Not sure if it will help any but I am looking forward to it.
  6. I set up the emulator and was watching computer play last night to get reacquainted with the Sega version, you are right it looks so unpredictable what AI does with the players on the ice. One thing I noticed that can be a HUGE problem is AI control of the goalies...they wander off to get the puck randomly and that can spell bad news if anyone hustles to get to the pucks first. One timers are so unpredictably fast in Sega too. Defenses seem to overskate a lot...good analogy with a RPG scenario. I read/heard about the light/heavy checking glitch but will have to deal with it as that is how the game was programmed....I can tell already I will not like making this switch. ESPECIALLY with the lack of one button push for manual goalie control, that makes a HUGE difference in many head to head games I have been involved in with SNES gamers....sheesh
  7. Now you're talking! Cash games can definitely make for interesting play, it could like you say draw more people out of the woodworks too... Lets get a keg going, or everyone BYOB, or recession specials beverages of the 'malt' kind, that should do the trick to ease the pain of a butt whoopin. Personally, I am looking forward to the online P2P games and playing other gamers around the NHL94 Universe. I might even consider changing my name to Nature Boy
  8. Understood....love that it was a SNES tournament. I thought people want to play to win LOL. Amazing there's a good following still for this 25 years strong! It's one of the only reasons I keep my SNES around is to host games whenever the guys are around...crazy 40 year olds still have a devout addiction to the best hockey game ever.
  9. how many total players in this? at least 12 or 15? Measuring the skill level will always be a challenge, but then if gamers dont want their butts kicked why bother participating? LOL Where are the SNES gamers at damn it!?!?!
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