Oilers442

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    SNES
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    #simpson3:16

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  1. Oilers442

    SNES Defensemen Ranking

    Loving this thread! Surprised about no mention of Sandis Ozolinsh for San Jose. Certainly better than Wilkinson and while not an all-star by any means, he can skate somewhat decently and doesn't fumble passes too overly often. I figure that has to count for something on a team as rough as San Jose. My experience with Brown and Butcher for St. Louis has always a bit different though in terms of speed. I've never felt like either skater was too slow to be effective and truthfully, I've always considered Brown's speed to be above average..I don't know his speed rating by memory though so I may be surprised when I actually pull it up. Admittedly, St. Louis is a team I haven't used as much over the years and my play style is more based on possession and passing, so maybe by default, I don't notice differences in speed as much as other players would.
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    SNES NHL'94 Top 10 all time goals!

    Brilliant goals Jeff! Here's a few of mine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyvA1J6lU88 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udMZG7_1Jh0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0k7XoIrvd4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22SA2G2fEGI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajKA_1BPaOo
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    The challenge that is SNES94

    Sums up my thoughts exactly. A 220 lb player is never always guaranteed to bring down a 180 lb player in real life nor is it always guaranteed that the smaller player should always be unable to knock down a larger player judging by weight or checking ability alone. There are too many factors at work that I think the variance in stats and performance cover as closely as possible. Ex: Think about Doug Gilmour. He wasn't called "Killer" for nothing. One of the smaller forwards in the NHL, yet was nasty and took down players bigger than him on various occasions....
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    SNES Draft Season 4 **Jersey # Fixes**

    Cullen takes #12 and Sakic keeps #19.
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    SDL 4 rounds 11 and 12

    Mike Richter
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    SDL 4 lines

    Edmonton Oilers 1st Line LW - #19 Joe Sakic C - #18 Craig Simpson RW - #13 Mats Sundin LD - #34 Al Iafrate RD - #3 Zarley Zalapski X - #17 Mike Ridley G - #31 Curtis Joseph 2nd Line LW - #17 Mike Ridley C - #20 Alexander Semak RW - #12 John Cullen LD - #4 Kevin Lowe RD - #27 Teppo Numminen G - #35 Mike Richter ***Edited to include jersey numbers***
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    SDL 4 rounds 11 and 12

    John Cullen
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    SDL 4 rounds 9 and 10

    Alexander Semak
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    SDL 4 rounds 9 and 10

    Kevin Lowe
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    SDL 4 rounds 7 and 8

    ...and now the pick that everyone has been waiting for me to make...Simpson 3:16... Craig Simpson
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    SDL 4 rounds 7 and 8

    Teppo Numminen
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    SDL 4 rounds 5 and 6

    Curtis Joseph
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    SDL 4 rounds 5 and 6

    Mike Ridley
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    SDL round 3 and 4

    Joe Sakic
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    SDL round 3 and 4

    Mats Sundin