Bob Kudelski

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Bob Kudelski last won the day on November 13 2020

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About Bob Kudelski

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    NHL94 Legend
  • Birthday 10/12/1980

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    SNES
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    one-timer slapper

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    Ottawa, ON
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    SNES & SENS

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  1. This could be pretty awesome. I’d like to be Ottawa if they’re still available. I know they usually go fast.
  2. Nice tidbit of info here. I think that, in SNES at least, there's a lot of anecdotal evidence that the checking rating factors into how hard/effective a player's checks are (not just how often a player will check).
  3. Great writeup! I agree the Kings are an awesome team. Size and shooting skills are top notch. Right up there with Boston and Pittsburgh in my opinion. Like annatar says, I think Sandstrom is the best fit at center. He has that rare 85/85 shot, same as JR and ciccarelli. So if you want size and shooting at center, there aren't many better options on any team. I also love Gretzky as a playmaker. He's so elusive with that 100 agility, stick handling and passing. Super fun to use a pure passer for Sandstrom and Carson. Carson is also super underrated. Almost the exact same ratings a
  4. Great thread! Re doppelgangers: Muller and Linden are basically lefty/righty mirror images. They have the same weight and stats across the board, except for a few that don't matter much: checking, roughness and aggressiveness. (I noticed you didn't even include the last two stats above). Nolan and Bellows are also very close. Same weight and handendess, and they only differ a bit in checking and passing. Again, not counting roughness and aggressiveness.
  5. I think this deserves a response! I admire your effort and how quickly you could throw this together! I think the content would seem a bit "dry" to most people since it's the standings for a bunch of leagues that are all listed online. Probably some more editorial type articles would be more interesting for the reader, but that takes a lot of time and effort. Standings and results should be a part of it, but not a huge part of it. Articles about, for example, the best SNES defenseman, or the best GENS goalies, or a ranking of best uniforms in the game, or a write up of a particular memora
  6. Awesome. I’m in. I’d like to be Ottawa but don’t really care. I guess the home/away advantages carry over to this rom? Or can they be made even across the board? Probably a question that someone like @kingraph can answer. FWIW I think trades should be allowed for a couple days post draft. My reasoning is because you could draft a player early on but then they don’t really fit with your team makeup when all is said and done. Big thank you to @annatar @dangler and @TecmoJon
  7. Thanks, I actually just updated my post above. I have lines suggestions. Also think Pageau should be there. Maybe not Turris.
  8. This looks awesome, and I hope you are still taking input. Ottawa really needs Chara to be there. He was their best Dman for years, and made a name for himself with Ottawa. I suggest the pairings go: Chara - Karlsson Redden - Duchesne Phillips - Chabot extra: Volchenkov, York delete: Borowiecki and Kuba At forward, Bobby Ryan can go. He was terrible in Ottawa other than one playoff run. Replace him with Shawn MacEachern on Yashin's wing. He averaged 25-30 goals and 50 points over about 5 seasons playing with yashin. Speedy, good shot.
  9. I don't know. After several king of 94's, you see all sorts of matchups. Not too many that are crazy or unexpected. One thing that's kinda interesting - with the exception of Ottawa, you can match up any of the Canadian teams and it will be fairly even.
  10. This is a great chart, but the team ranks are very subjective and everyone has their own preferences. I'd say there's a group of two to five elite teams, five terrible (expansion) teams, and everyone else is right in between! You could almost have a single tier from Calgary down to the Islanders.
  11. The framerate is sooo bad. Other than that, it's a pretty fun game. I still remember getting it Christmas morning (in 1992 I guess). I do enjoy playing it from time to time, mainly for the fighting. You can also do some pretty ridiculous bodychecks. Sometimes a player gets somersaulted 20 feet into the boards accompanied by a funny sound that reminds me of someone slamming a garbage can shut.
  12. Awesome! Honored to play with @thekingof94 as my D partner.