Report ROM Stats and Oddities in General NHL'94 Discussion Posted April 15 1 hour ago, Premium said: Off-topic, but I'm looking at the site, and I see what @kingraph listed for Agility/Speed is not what I thought. It says: Agility - How quickly a player stops and turns, deking ability. Also affects acceleration Speed - How quickly a player achieves top speed (acceleration) I thought Agility was the speed at which a player accelerates from a stationary position. Then it transitions into the player's SPEED stat Speed is how fast a player will skate after the agility acceleration (or deceleration) - so not everyone has the same top speed. The top speed of a player is the higher of the agility/speed stat Example: Brian Leetch has 6 agility and 3 speed: This means Brian Leetch starts skating at 6 speed but then decelerates to 3 speed over time Example: Peter Bondra has 4 agility and 6 speed: This means Peter Bondra starts skating at 4 speed but then accelerates to 6 speed over time EDIT: Also, I think weight affects agility speed, but not speed speed. I think there is a multiplier, where 7 weight is the average. anything lighter makes you faster, and anything heavier makes you slower. So for example, Lemieux is 10 weight, 5 agility.. I think that's the equivalent of let's say 6 weight 4 agility. This is interesting and worth testing either by a side-by-side with two players or frame by frame analysis. I still think agility is more "left/right" ability with the stick rotation and not a straightforward acceleration. Something weird thinking about Leetch skating at 6 and decelerate to 3. I think Leetch can turn on a dime or spin around quicker than others. I do agree that speed is more top speed. No way everyone is same speed.