Oilers has a few epiphanies up but that's pretty much it in terms of documented stuff. It's kind of a bummer because before CB checking was discovered in GENS, I feel like SNES gave people a lot more freedom in their lineup choices.
The general SNES summary is this (when talking to a GENS guy who is only familiar with weight bug checking)
-Heavy, fast and skilled players are monsters (Bourque, Lemieux, Neely)
-Light but fast and/or skilled players are pretty damn useful, especially at wing (Roenick, Selanne, Mogilny, Bure)
-Heavy but slower players with some skills are also useful (Andreychuk, Shanahan, Lindros)
-Light and unskilled players don't really warrant ice time. (Bassen, Emerson, Kovalenko)
-Goalies almost don't matter.
When it comes to checking, weight isnt the end all be all. Momentum can be a great equalizer for smaller players when going after bigger ones.