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Old 10-20-2019, 05:21 PM   #1
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NHL 19 - Classic Teams

I'll have a major upgrade to my classic teams set this coming weekend for NHL 19 as 10 teams will be added. I'll update the teams on this OP. I'll also post spreadsheets for those wanting to use the info to create the teams for themselves. If you have invested in save wizard and wish to have my teams, just let me know and I'll post them in Media Fire. I hit the sweet spot with sliders for this version and I'm really enjoying it. I didn't play much last year due to getting the game late outta the bargain bin after Christmas and working on my classic teams.

Classic Teams - As of Oct.27th, 2019
1987-88 Bruins
1973-74 Bruins
1983-84 Nordiques
1985-86 Canadiens
1976-77 Canadiens
1988-89 Flames
1986-87 Oilers
1984-85 Flyers
1973-74 Flyers
1977-78 Maple Leafs
1981-82 Islanders
1981-82 North Stars
1982-83 Black Hawks
1996-97 Red Wings
1991-92 Penguins
1993-94 Rangers
1995-96 Avs
2018-19 Blues
2017-18 Capitals
2016-17 Penguins
2014-15 Blackhawks
2010-11 Bruins

Teams currently in the works:
1951-52 Red Wings
1994-95 Devils
1955-56 Canadiens
1970-71 Blackhawks
1961-62 Maple Leafs
1974-75 Sabres



I've decided to set up a playoff with the best of the past decade against some of the great teams from the past. I've got the 1973-74 Bruins up against the 2017-2018 Capitals in one of my best of 7 quarter-final series.

My Bruins took the opener 4-0 at the Garden as Gilles Gilbert was unbeatable for the shutout. Boston was lead by the great Bobby Orr (my all-time sports idol) as Bobby potted a goal and added two assists. The Bruins leaned on their big line of Esposito-Hodge-Cashman with Hodge opening the scoring and Espo tipping in a powerplay marker to close the scoring. Check out my highlight pack below for game summary, goals and some of the key saves by Gilbert.

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I've updated the OP with the teams that have been completed. Outside of the half dozen that I listed that I'm going to be working on next, there maybe a couple of more teams depending on how long it takes before I lose interest.

Here's another peek at my current quarterfinal playoff series. My 2010-11 Bruins beat the 1976-77 Canadiens in OT to take Game 1 at TD Garden. Patrice Bergeron scores late in the third. Michael Ryder outmuscled Serge Savard to tuck a puck that trickled through Ken Dryden's pads into the yawning cage for the game-winner.



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Old 11-06-2019, 11:32 AM   #3
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I'll have a major upgrade to my classic teams set this coming weekend for NHL 19 as 10 teams will be added. I'll update the teams on this OP. I'll also post spreadsheets for those wanting to use the info to create the teams for themselves. If you have invested in save wizard and wish to have my teams, just let me know and I'll post them in Media Fire. I hit the sweet spot with sliders for this version and I'm really enjoying it. I didn't play much last year due to getting the game late outta the bargain bin after Christmas and working on my classic teams.

Classic Teams - As of Oct.27th, 2019
1987-88 Bruins
1973-74 Bruins
1983-84 Nordiques
1985-86 Canadiens
1976-77 Canadiens
1988-89 Flames
1986-87 Oilers
1984-85 Flyers
1973-74 Flyers
1977-78 Maple Leafs
1981-82 Islanders
1981-82 North Stars
1982-83 Black Hawks
1996-97 Red Wings
1991-92 Penguins
1993-94 Rangers
1995-96 Avs
2018-19 Blues
2017-18 Capitals
2016-17 Penguins
2014-15 Blackhawks
2010-11 Bruins

Teams currently in the works:
1951-52 Red Wings
1994-95 Devils
1955-56 Canadiens
1970-71 Blackhawks
1961-62 Maple Leafs
1974-75 Sabres



I've decided to set up a playoff with the best of the past decade against some of the great teams from the past. I've got the 1973-74 Bruins up against the 2017-2018 Capitals in one of my best of 7 quarter-final series.

My Bruins took the opener 4-0 at the Garden as Gilles Gilbert was unbeatable for the shutout. Boston was lead by the great Bobby Orr (my all-time sports idol) as Bobby potted a goal and added two assists. The Bruins leaned on their big line of Esposito-Hodge-Cashman with Hodge opening the scoring and Espo tipping in a powerplay marker to close the scoring. Check out my highlight pack below for game summary, goals and some of the key saves by Gilbert.

Wow..my era I watched these guys on tv 38 lol
How can you create players with no helmets I thought you couldn’t ?
Where can I find your rosters ...( ps4) ..hope I can download them.
Great work ...

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Wow..my error I watched these guys on tv 38 lol
How can you create players with no helmets I thought you couldn’t ?
Where can I find your rosters ...( ps4) ..hope I can download them.
Great work ...
Thanks! Unfortunately, you have to purchase save wizard in order to rename my profile as there is no roster sharing in NHL 19. Not sure you'd be interested in that as it costs 60 bucks. As for removing the helmets, if you select the caged college helmet and save the created player, you then go back to the player and select helmet - large visor and the helmet comes off.
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Thanks! Unfortunately, you have to purchase save wizard in order to rename my profile as there is no roster sharing in NHL 19. Not sure you'd be interested in that as it costs 60 bucks. As for removing the helmets, if you select the caged college helmet and save the created player, you then go back to the player and select helmet - large visor and the helmet comes off.
Oh...thanks ..but is this workaround for NHL 20 or just NHL 19 ?
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Oh...thanks ..but is this workaround for NHL 20 or just NHL 19 ?
The workaround for the helmets is just for NHL 19.
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Just an update on my 1973-74 Bruins' quarterfinal series.

Boston took Game 2 with help of an unlikely offensive force. Gary Doak opened the scoring and sealed the victory with an empty netter. Doak played 69 regular-season games for the 1973-74 Bruins and never dented the mesh once.



In Game 3, the Bruins' Johnny Bucyk scored his second goal in as many games. "The Chief" is Boston's all-time goals scoring leader with 545 goals. Ken Hodge had the game-winner. Hodge had his only 50 goal season in 1973-74 to earn his second career all-star berth.



Washington avoided elimination in Game 4 with a resounding offensive outburst led by Nicolas Backstrom who potted two goals to earn first star honors. The Capitals dominated in the third period scoring three times including a highlight reel between the legs marker by Evengy Kuznestov. Bucyk extended his goal scoring steak to three games with the only Boston goal.

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An update of my 2010-2011 Bruins' quarterfinal series.

Boston absolutely dominated at TD Garden to take Game 2. Ken Dryden flubbed a clearing pass leaving an open cage for Tomas Kaberle foreshadowing an unpleasant ending for Montreal. Even though it was tied at 1-1 after 2 periods, the Bruins' relentless pressure paid off in the third with Boston scoring three times including an empty netter by Milan Lucic that was left off the highlight reel. Michael Ryder's second goal of the playoffs led the attack and proved to be the winner.



Ken Dryden flipped the script as the scene shifted to the historic Montreal Forum. With Montreal badly outplayed for the second consecutive game, Dryden was brilliant stopping 31 of 32 Boston shots. The Bruins outshot the Habs 24 - 6 in the final two periods, but Patrice Bergeron was the only one who squeaked one past Dryden and Montreal gets back into the series.



Montreal's offense finally woke up with legendary goalscorer Guy Lafleur notching a hattrick as the Habs tied the series. Once again, Dryden stood tall with Yvan Cournoyer and Doug Risebrough chipping in with a goal apiece for their second goals in as many games. My only joy in this one was Zdeno Chara absolutely pummelling Serge Savard in a second period tilt.

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