angryjay93

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  1. I guess i ought to at least attempt a title defense. A league please.
  2. That is a huge reason why I visited Hungary a few years ago and was able to enjoy it as much as I did.
  3. I don't think anyone has brought this name up before but Garry Galley really got shafted. In 92-93 he was the 14th highest scoring dman in the league with a line of 13 goals, 49 assists, and 62 points. That line earned him the title of 80th highest rated dman in NHL '94 with the below ratings. 2/2 skating, 3/4 aware, 2/1 shot, 3 sth & passing In order to find a player rated lower than Galley on the point scoring list, one would have to look to Brad Shaw;s 41 points and 51 rating. In 93-94 Galley improved his performance to 10 goals, 60 assists for 70 points. That performance was good for 8th in league scoring for dmen and it earned him a 58 overall rating with the below upgrades in NHL '95. 3/3 skating, 4 stick handling Not sure what more Galley needed to do but Kuperman was not impressed.
  4. Ronning #77-Sandstrom-Fedorov Petrovicky-Petrovicky-Petrovicky Manson-Murphy #5 Smith-Johansson Potvin
  5. Yes, so many years ago we had multiple draft leagues where some of the players based out of Pittsburgh would select Fogarty with their last pick. I'm thinking they had a personal liking or interest in him because he's not rated highly enough to ever be useful on ice in a game. It was just my way of paying respect to Fogarty and the Pittsburgh people in our community.
  6. It's not so much you can't sub, it is just that guys like Ludwig and Marsh come in automatically if no sub is made manually. Depending on the league or tournament format, you may or may not be able to pause the game to make a sub. If you are able to make a sub, I would strongly suggest removing a guy like Ludwig or Marsh because there are better options available on the bench.
  7. Just get that same van you had in Toronto, it would suffice.
  8. Online you can use whatever gamepad will work with your computer and retroarch. You do not need a separate controller for each console.
  9. angryjay93

    ETB F/D Trades

    Hokkee Trades: Sergei Fedorov Carse Trades: Arturs Irbe Carton of Smokes
  10. Robitaille is the objectively better player but give me Granato any day over him at RW. Hawerchuk gets dogged a lot but he's still someone I rely on heavily when using Buffalo. And then there is always my good friend Chris Kontos in TB, perfect trigger man. On defense I really like Leschyshyn over any of the other QUE dmen and I think Lidster and Lumme are a real solid pairing despite getting a lot of hate in tier 1. In net, give me Kelly Hrudey, he and I have been through some battles and I'd gladly lean on him again.
  11. Notes: - 3 Lines Needed for Season 3 - Backup Goalies play on Line 3 (ANH, NYI, OTW, SJ, & TB may use any of their goalies as the starter . The declared starter shall remain the starter unless the team elects to modify their line later in the season as detailed below. - If an injury occurs, a player from a lower line must be subbed. If a Line 3 game, a reserve must be subbed into the lineup. - For every three game series, a team may sub in one reserve player for one game. Once the substitution is made, the team is no longer eligible to substitute a reserve player (except for injuries) for the remainder of the three game series. - Posted lines may be edited in preseason/exhibitions up until a team plays their first game of the season. Line Edits: After 24 games, a team may edit their line combos ONCE (including goalies for the above mentioned teams). If the edit is not exercised prior to the teams last 3 games of the season, the edit is forfeited. In order to have line edits take effect, please post a new reply to this thread displaying the new combos. Ottawa Senators: Lamb-Turgeon-Smail Baker-Kudelski-Freer Boschman-Lazaro-Peluso Hammond-Maciver Rumble-Shaw Marsh-Luongo Berthiaume Sidorkiewicz Reserves: Forwards: Brady, Hull, McBain, Archibald, Murphy, Loewen Defense: Jelinak, Dineen
  12. Season 3 Draft Hello everyone and welcome back to Season 3 as we wrap up our first cycle through the league. Just a tiny bit of housekeeping here before we commence with the draft. There are only 8 unused teams remaining for the 9 players drafting here, so we will need to incorporate one recycled team. In the first screenshot below you will find the details to every team available this season. Several players have been moved around or added to due to the presence of expansion players and teams. Each team will have at least 12 F and 8 D available. The second screenshot below will give a detailed breakdown of every player I had to create. Lastly, I'm bringing back 3 teams from season 2, only one of the 3 can be drafted. The 1st overall pick may choose to bypass the season 2 teams, they (along with all other subsequent picks) are not forced into picking a season 2 team. Once ONE of the season 2 teams is selected, they are ALL removed from the board. Draft Order 1. @danTML7 - Philadelphia Flyers 2. @chaos - Hartford Whalers 3. @Jamiesoccer - New York Islanders 4. @JSchmidt - St. Louis Blues 5. @MikeGartner22 - San Jose Sharks 6. @corbettkb - Florida Panthers 7. @Mitch Kramer - Tampa Bay Lightning 8. @kingraph - Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 9. @angryjay93 - Ottawa Senators
  13. I may be reading this all wrong, but would I be able to upload the games from my own season mode onto a website for better stat tracking? Currently, I'm going through an entire season of 95 against the computer by playing every game as the home team. I was playing a lot more when I thought I could attend the 95 tournament later this year but have since slowed down when I realized I can't make two Toronto trips in 3 months.
  14. How the forgotten man was found: Recently I was perusing NHL Reference and thought I'd go over to take a look at the 92-93 Los Angeles Kings roster . The Kings are one of my favorite teams in the game and I was curious to see how players like Luc Robitaille, Wayne Gretzky, Tomas Sandstrom and Kelly Hrudey performed. As I was scouring my way down the roster, I noticed a name that I recognized but couldn't quite put my finger on. As I thought about it a bit longer a new thought occurred, the fact that this player was not included in NHL '94 despite playing 49 regular season games. With this thought in my mind, I was determined to discover the player who played the most games in 92-93 without making NHL '94. This is the story of John McIntyre. John looks a little surprised to be remembered. Don't worry bud, I got your back. Who is John McIntyre exactly? McIntyre wen't in the 3rd round of the 1987 draft, 49th overall to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Playing as a center in the OHL for the Guelph Plates, it took a bit of time for McIntyre to get his game going as he scored a mere 30 points in 47 games during his draft year. As an over aged player in junior McIntyre scored 30 goals and 56 points and he earned a cup of coffee in the AHL with the Newmarket Saints. The following season McIntyre spent 6 games in the "A" before getting called up to the big show where he would be able to ditch bus rides for the majority of his career. Once in the NHL, John was able to establish himself as a defensive minded 4th line center who loved to get in on the fore check, skate hard, and lay big hits while occasionally dropping the mitts. He would ply his trade in the NHL for 6 with years with 4 different teams (Toronto, LA, Rangers, Vancouver) with 91-92 being his career year (5G-19A-24P-115PIM). 1995-96 would be his last year in pro hockey as McIntyre finally had to gut it out in the AHL with the Syracuse Crunch for 53 games before calling it quits. After all was said and done, McIntyre played 351 games, potting 24 goals and obtaining 54 assists for 78 points and 516 penalty minutes. Why wasn't McIntyre on the Kings NHL '94 roster? McIntyre played 49 games, which placed him 15th on the Kings roster for most games played during the 92-93 season. That is more games than Dave Taylor, Corey Millen, Tim Watters and even Wayne Gretzky! Problem was, McIntyre was traded before the end of the season on March 22, 1993 to the New York Ranger for Mark Hardy and a 5th rounder. Hardy himself played 55 total games that season and made the Kings '94 roster as the 6th highest rated defenseman. With NHL '94 being released after the 92-93 season, it simply would have been no longer accurate to include McIntyre as a member of the Kings. Why wasn't McIntyre on the Rangers '94 roster? This is where things get a bit more involved as McIntyre made it into 11 games with the Rangers before season end, this left him at 31st for most games played as a Ranger during 92-93. On the whole, McIntyre played 60 games, this is more than fellow Ranger forwards such as Phil Bourque (55 games), Jan Erixon (45 games), and Steven King (24 games). All three of the listed players made the '94 cut, seemingly at the expense of McIntyre. Looking further down the list, one will come across the name Mike Hartman, he played a mere 3 games with the Rangers but he as well made the '94 cut. Digging a bit deeper on Hartman, the answer to his inclusion becomes a little less murky as he played 58 games with Tampa before being traded to New York on the same day that McIntyre was acquired. This leaves Hartman with a 61 to 60 games played edge over McIntyre, that appears to be the reason for the choice of Hartman over McIntyre. Could this have been avoided? Forgetting McIntyre could have certainly been avoided, but at what cost? In regards to Bourque and Erixon, I would be inclined to include them as part of the Rangers '94 roster as they were a part of the team the entire year. The amount of defenders could have been reduced by one to allow for an extra forward, but all 8 Ranger players included did play a fairly vital role with Lowe coming in as a mid-season acquisition and Leetch missing a large chunk of the season with injuries. This leaves us with Steven King who scored 12 points in 24 games as a rookie. King, was signed out of college and turned into a decent prospect that was producing in the "A" but he was left unprotected during the 1993 Expansion Draft. King, ended up being selected by the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim thus leaving him unavailable for the Rangers during the upcoming 93-94 season while McIntyre remained property of the Rangers. This is where things get even hazier, the release date of NHL '94 is still a bit of a mystery with release being estimated around September-October of 1993. It is difficult to say when exactly rosters were finalized but McIntyre was claimed by the Vancouver Canucks on October 3, 1993 during the waiver draft. It is possible that rosters were finalized after the draft, thus making McIntyre even more of a mystery man as he was on his 3rd team in 7 months. Despite his vagabond ways and King's emergence with the Rangers, it would appear that there was a clear remedy to the problem. King, in addition to making the Rangers '94 roster also made the Ducks '94 expansion roster. For some reason the '94 powers that be felt it would be deserving to include King twice as opposed to McIntyre once despite McIntyre playing over twice as many games as King during the 92-93 season! Is anyone else forgotten on McIntyre's level? No and it's not even close. The next two players with the most games played to not be included were Vladimir Vujtek and Hubie McDonough with 30 GP each. Vujtek floated around the world for nearly 20 years eventually accumulating 110 NHL games. McDonough on the other hand put together a career with 195 NHL games but none of them came after 92-93. Several players with lesser careers and far fewer games played in 92-93 were included in '94 but that is possibly another story for another day. For now, let us recognize the most forgotten man of NHL '94, John McIntyre. You will be forgotten no longer.