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  1. When I have to wait an extra 0.6 seconds to get a slap shot off or get a goaltender activated, the last thing on my mind is 'thank God I didn't hit the post'. Seriously guys, it's 2013 and we're still talking about whether GENS or SNES is superior to one another? This is ludicrous.
  2. It'd be cool for the user standing to have columns for "overall", then "SNES A", "SNES B", "SNES C", "GENS A"..etc. No need to filter anything out. Unless it's my one abysmal season in Snes-C when I mopped up for somebody's else who couldn't bear another minute with the New York Rangers (can't blame him there), then we can filter that out. Another idea would be to click on a coach's name and it'd show past game results (with links to box scores, when applicable), beyond the current (or selected) season.
  3. The Gens version also assigns a value for game winning goals in OT (he's almost always the #1 star). The SNES doesn't do such a thing.
  4. Pretty sure a goalie needs only one save with no GA to get a star. Sometimes he can get a star if he allows one goal but a lot of saves, but I never figured out what that threshold is...maybe 40.
  5. Everything looks right here. This series should have been televised. I'd have even let the owners have 100% of the profits. Great playin', Dan.
  6. This will be my fourth season in the league. The previous three had totals of 10, 12, and 16 teams in my overall grouping. In my opinion, the most enjoyable season, uncontestedly, was the one with 16 teams in each flight. Reasons being that I prefer the wider selection of teams and coaches, which makes the playoff chase and scoreboard watching so much better, and because I really don't care if I end up with my 1st choice or my eighth choice of team--especially when there's 16 teams. This is what crossed my mind as I was reading Oilers' post...problem solved there, but it would have been alleviated to begin with if the size of the leagues weren't so small these days.
  7. Game 1: BOS 3 @ VAN 1 Game 2: BOS 4 @ VAN 5 (OT) Game 3: VAN 5 @ BOS 6 (OT) Game 4: VAN 9 @ BOS 5 Game 5: BOS 6 @ VAN 4 Game 6: VAN 6 @ BOS 1 Game 7: BOS 2 @ VAN 5 VAN wins 4-3...heck of a series. Rioting averted.
  8. In case my offline message didn't get through (sometimes it works, most of the time it doesn't), I'll be on around 10pm Eastern for games tonight. Hope we get get this rolling!
  9. The 5-3 game @TOR that says TOR won needs to say CHI won.
  10. Provided there were two goaltenders for the whole game, Dan's 20 goal game seems pretty unfathomable. I don't care who it's against or how the goals were scored. That wouldn't even be easy to do if one of them desyncked.
  11. With the entire team off serving interference penalties, goaltender Tim Cheveldae found himself playing defenseman. No problem, he handles a pass cleanly (which a lot of starting forwards in this game wouldn't have been able to do), skates in, and beats Guy Hebert. In the final seconds of a tie game between the Wings and 'Hawks, Detroit found itself just a bit shorthanded...down to 4 eligible players; 2 of them being goaltenders. Vince Riendeau, normally the Wings' backup goalie, takes the puck as a defenseman, and skates in for a breakaway, where he is hauled down. The result is a goalie vs. goalie penalty shot to decide the game!
  12. Paul Ysebaert lofted a shot from 150 ft. which lands on top of the goal, bounces off the glass, and toward the back of the net, where it somehow falls into the net for a goal. The "call Toronto" option not yet available in this game, the goal would stand. Guy Hebert just can't catch a break. Just an attempt to score as many goals with one player without crease cutting spam. 5 minute periods, penalties on except offside, no line changes, Yzerman scores 14 on the Ottawa Senators and even added an assist. Yeah this could totally be beaten; plenty of missed opportunities, but oh well. It's a fun game.
  13. Hey fellas. I've been holding on to some of these movies for quite some time now, just thought I'd finally learn to convert them into a standard movie format for all the world to see...hope you enjoy! One of the more enjoyable goals I've ever scored, as the Florida Panthers vs. The Eastern All-Stars. Skrudland levels Lemieux, clears the puck, where Andrei Lomakin splits two defenders (and a fallen teammate) to win the chase, and beats Patrick Roy with a between-the-legs backhand shot. It's no secret Dino Ciccarelli has one of the best slap shots in the game, but who knew he could stick handle with the best of 'em too? Yzerman loses the draw but takes McSorley off the puck, which is picked up by Coffey. He passes to Ciccarelli in front of the goal, who looks one way, then dekes Kelly Hrudey right out of his skates, scoring without even shooting the puck.
  14. Hoping we could get our games in pretty soon. Sunday I should be around before 4PM Eastern and after 1AM. Got no problem with a late night series since I know you're out west. I should be available most of the day Monday. Got some family gatherings to attend but if you name a time, I'll be there. Let me know what works!
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