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  1. Does someone have a link to where these face pictures of players can be downloaded? I have a couple of them in my files, probably downloaded from here some years ago, but would need a few more. Help very much appreciated! jeff brown.tif
  2. Yeah, we talked about the vegas tournament, but couldn't make it, same with the one in wisconsin. The one in long island could be doable
  3. When is this event planned to take place? I am pretty sure that if all necessary info is out well in advance, and the location is on the east coast, we could attend from Finland. We have 4 guys who are interested at the moment.
  4. Underrated team. Has a living legend on 2nd line. His name is Bill Lindsay. Absolutely the best player in OT in the whole game. Once scored three or four in OT during a best of seven. Jesse Belanger has good chemistry with him, usually pays of to keep Hough t lw. Skrudland is an ok scorer and has some checking ability. He plays the first line with Gilhen at lw and Mellamby rw. Mellanby can bury the puck from close range and gets into good positions when you cycle the puck in the offensive zone. Lomakin is quite rubbish, he's usually offside, but can explode points wise sometimes, rarely though. Fitzgerald? Never on the scoreboard. Not much to say about Lowry either, he's a poor mans Lindsay at best. Defence is quite modest. Godynuyk is good all around, Cirella is ok when he stays out of the penalty box. Murphy can't score, always shoots 10 feet wide. Tichy is solid, Hynes has a good shot, can throw his body around, 2nd best D in this team. Richer has his days but normally has problems. Beezer is a cornerstone in this team, absolutely.
  5. When talking about chemistry, Buffalo has perhaps the best line when comparing rating/actual playability. lw-Brad May c-Dave Hannan rw-Rob Ray These guys are mesmerizing. Especially Hannan. I've beaten a bunch of guys when playing with Buffalo and mostly using my aforementioned checking line. Movement compared to skill is just right, they can pass, and all go to the net. Easy to play with and can really find each other. I recommend trying this line out. Guaranteed 2-4 goals/game.
  6. When a penalty shot is assessed, if you shoot the puck on net before the game goes in to the penalty shot mode, the puck goes inside the goal and doesn't stop at that invisible wall. The goal stands and there is no penalty shot. I'm not sure if there has to be another penalty coming or something.
  7. Sorry if I'm stupid and just don't get it, but how have you formed these ratings? Especially the weight. In my game the weight is shown in pounds. And also the shot,skating etc. goes from 0-100. How have you changed these here? just changed the rating to scale from 1 to 5 or?
  8. Agree with Shaftman on that reality thing. I have played all those new games but they are no where near as good as the best. Of course, you have have line changes on like offsides. That way you can use the different abilities of players. A fast skater is not the best player when he's offside all the time. And when you can run down the opposition energy and then make a quick line change, you have a good chance of scoring. We have also played a lot with the "less appreciated" teams in the league, and they really give a more realistic feeling to the game. I really recommend tryin it out!!!
  9. Crap team. Totally crap. Can't say anything good about them. Except that it's a really fun challenge trying to score with Dave Brown.
  10. Well, what should I say. St. Louis has one of the best, if not the best checking line in the game. lw Korolev c Ron Sutter rw Rich Sutter Absolutely great line. Korolev brings bags of skill and passing to this line, where the Brothers are just relentless skaters and chekckers. They can all find the twine and cause problems to the opposition. Big problem with this team is their lack of control. They have players who get a penalty every other shift, like Hull, Butcher and Zombo. Baron is quite skillful and so is Hedican. Brown has a heavy shot on him, but he couldn't hit a house when standing two feet from the wall. A bit same with the "Golden Boy" Brett Hull. But they have some scoring power with Janney and Emerson, so it's a pretty decent team. I enjoy playing with them. Good ol' time hockey team.
  11. Worst team in the league is easily Philadelphia. They are just useless. Can't get two passes to their own players. Someone was dissing Mellanby there, and I have o disagree with that. Yeah, the guy has basicly no hands and is half the time on his ass, but he's lethal around the net. He finds the right place and has a good onetimer. And what comes to Florida as a team, they have a tandem on the second line that can win games. Jesse Belanger and Bill Lindsay. Especially in ot. Lindsay is lethal. Godynyuk and Tichy are both good with the puck and can take out guys with huge hits. Florida is no way amongst the worst five teams. Tampa Bay is another team that is in totally wrong company when amongst the worst teams. Bradley can win games by himself. Then you have the second line with Andersson and Kontos, both skilled and tough and can pass the puck. Checking line duo of Dimaio and Bureau is at least decent also. When talking about defensemen, Lipuma is a gamedecider. A real quarterback who can find guys behind opposition d-men. Just a great passser of the puck. Hamrlik is a stud. Reekie, Ladoceur and Chambers(who is also good in the attack) can hold their own. Young is a good goalie, he's fast and easy to handle, passes the puck well. Tampa has good speed and skills so they can control the puck, with enough scoring abilities to be a threat to any team.
  12. All the records get erased. But i'm not sure what happens ifyou just write your name on top of one of the old names....
  13. The toughest games are without a doubt the San Jose- Tampa Bay games. Lipuma against Ahola in the defence and Andersson against Bawa in attack.... lots of tough guys and hate on the ice.
  14. We had a Tournament yesterday. To celebrate christmas and NHL94. Dallas came as a favourite and won the whole thing, although with less than a minute to go in the decisive game New Jersey was still leading. Too bad for them, Chris "Esa" Terreri didn't have the nerves to win a big one. MVP went to Uffe Dahlen.
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