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NHL 2019 by naples39

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Okay, maybe old news by now, but here's a THIRD NHL 2019 rom for the community.

All the usuals:
-Updated lineups from opening day (best case scenario lineup, with injured players and holdouts in lineup)
-Updated uniforms with sprite hack
-Player portraits for all NLC starters
-Updated center ice logos per frozenfaceoff
-Weight bug fix, reduced speed burst effect, smoz 3 star formula

Perhaps what separates this rom from others is that I really try to maintain the player ratings spread from the original rom. That means 3rd line players rated in the 60s, 4th liners in the 50s. Any defensemen that breaks 60 OVR is a solid defenseman (the average dman OVR rating in the original rom is about 50). See for yourself:

Comments and corrections are appreciated!

EDIT: Quick re-up with some goalie fixes and updates

 

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Is there excel sheet for stats available?

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Finally it's here! I have a question though: What do you use to decide ratings? I know it isn't an easy task.

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13 hours ago, Kiba said:

Is there excel sheet for stats available?

I didn't make one, but I believe there is a roster exporter to excel tool somewhere on these forums.

 

10 hours ago, Blake said:

Finally it's here! I have a question though: What do you use to decide ratings? I know it isn't an easy task.

I consider a lot of different sources. Partially just my impression from being an avid hockey fan, but I really rely on individual player scouting reports from http://www.sportsforecaster.com/nhl/players

When I dive deep into a player I'll look at their advanced stats or look at their charts on hockeyviz (which I am subscribed to). A lot of time points totals dictate a guys offensive awareness rating, goal totals and shooting accuracy drive shooting ratings, I have ballpark overalls I target as to how it should all add up.

For instance:

Forwards:
90+ -- MVP contender
80+ -- Solid all star
75+ -- standout player
70-75 -- first or second liner
65-70 -- second, maybe third liner
60-65 -- 3/4th liner
60 or lower -- 4th liner or fringer NHLer

Defense:
80+ -- elite
70+ -- solid all star
65+ -- very good
60-65 -- solid but not spectacular
54-60 -- average
50-54 -- below average
50 or lower -- bottom of the lineup guy

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