Scribe99

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  1. Team Name Edmonton Oilers Sc1 LD Gord Murphy RD Scott Stevens LW Adam Oates C Stefan Lebeau RW Dmitri Kvartalnov Sc2 LW Dmitri Kvartalnov C Yuri Khmylev RW Ed Olcyzk Third D - Luke Richardson Extra attacker - Yuri Khmylev Goalie 1 - Dominic Roussel Jersey dupes: Olcyzk to 2, Pantaleyev to 23, Khmylev to 26, Matvichuk to 44
  2. I know the sound and situation the original poster is talking about. I've experienced it and am not sure how to reproduce. This is a different type of "fake shot" but repeatable. You can actually take a weak shot aiming down and away and catch it.
  3. I would also double check your own controller inputs to be sure that you haven't set Port 2 binds. That can create a conflict sometimes when player 2 joins you in netplay. This is what Port 2 Binds should look like - follow the path Chaos listed above to Port 2 Binds:
  4. Team: Edmonton Oilers SC1 LW: Teemu Selanne, C: Valeri Kamenski, RW: Joe Murphy LD: Igor Kravchuk, RD: Rob Blake G: Bill Ranford XA: Ray Ferraro 3D: Neil Wilkinson SC2 (for forward subs) LW: C. Millen, C: R. Ferraro, RW: V. Kozlov Jersey Duplicates: Please change Kozlov to #16 and Fitzpatrik to #32
  5. Count me in. Appreciate all your efforts Chaos
  6. Team Name: Edmonton Oilers LD: Dave Manson RD: Gord Murphy LW: Brent Gilchrist C: Peter Klima RW: Denis Savard X: Vladimir Ruzicka 3rd D: Chris Dahlquist G: Jon Casey EDIT - Kingraph, can I do LW Savard C Klima on the penalty kill?
  7. I would definitely check out any deep dives you do. I enjoyed the breakdown you did of your game at Edge of 94. The concept reminds a bit of the Detail series.
  8. Great topic. I have quite a few thoughts that I have been testing. The org structure above is perfect. There's the technical execution side of the game and a strategic side. On the technical side, you have to study or have someone show how to perform certain moves. The different pass shots come to mind. Or the rebound goal that AJ is so deadly with. You have certain angles, combinations of buttons presses, etc. It can be hard to see it, reproduce it, and use it if you don't know where to begin. For instance, I'd love to hear AJ break down his step by step rebound shot, or Schmidt or Corbett explain their dekes. There's a technical knowledge there. On the strategic side, perhaps the most basic question I ask myself and cannot easily answer on offense is, why? Why I am skating or passing it here versus there? Is this way more efficient or productive than doing something else? How should I initiate my offense and why? I think that the answer maybe lies in how reliant offense in the game is on flow. When I try for a tactic I'm predictable and miss opportunities. As I said recently to Sheehy, the more I play the more convinced I become that great offensei is about time and space. You shouldn't really look for your move. It's initiating offense by making that first defender miss or chase and skating or passing to open ice even if there's no immediate purpose. This creates flow and leads to openings in the defense that your brain will know what to do with when they happen.
  9. I agree. Why not give every team the same home ice advantage to keep it even and to make hom ice mean something?