EA Sports NHL History (NHL 94- NHL 17)

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Hey guys! Thank you so much for watching my video, help me reach 350 subscribers by subbing today! I will have more NHL 16 content coming out, but I will focusing more on NHL 17 as we start to learn more about it. This video covers five players that have major discrepancies with their depiction in NHL 16.

Stanley Cup Winners 1990-2017 [Final Seconds and Celebrations]

I've been wanting to do this video for a long time now, so I figured I might as well. This video includes all of the Stanley Cup winners from 1990 - 2017. It shows the final seconds, the end of the game, and initial celebration. I tried to use clips no shorter than 30 seconds, but no longer than 1 minute, depending on the footage I had available or if there was a good ending point. I decided to add the titles before each video clip, rather than during the video clip, because I don't like when there is text over videos. I did this despite adding over 1:30 of titles. So sorry for that. Also regarding the titles I put the final score/ games won of that finals series - Example: Edmonton Def. Boston 4-1 For reference that is the final score of the best of 7 (First team to 4 wins) playoff series, and not the final game score. All the Stanley Cup Winners in order: 00:08 - 1990 - Edmonton Def. Boston 4-1 00:40 - 1991 - Pittsburgh Def. Minnesota 4-2 01:23 - 1992 - Pittsburgh Def. Chicago 4-0 02:14 - 1993 - Montreal Def. Los Angeles 4-1 02:50 - 1994 - New York Rangers Def. Vancouver 4-3 03:24 - 1995 - New Jersey Def. Detroit 4-0 04:05 - 1996 - Colorado Def. Florida 4-0 04:48 - 1997 - Detroit Def. Philadelphia 4-0 05:28 - 1998 - Detroit Def. Washington 4-0 06:07 - 1999 - Dallas Def. Buffalo 4-2 06:47 - 2000 - New Jersey Def. Dallas 4-2 07:42 - 2001 - Colorado Def. New Jersey 4-3 08:39 - 2002 - Detroit Def. Carolina 4-1 09:24 - 2003 - New Jersey Def. Anaheim 4-3 10:10 - 2004 - Tampa Bay Def. Calgary 4-3 11:00 - 2005 - NHL LOCKOUT - NO SEASON 11:05 - 2006 - Carolina Def. Edmonton 4-3 11:56 - 2007 - Anaheim Def. Ottawa 4-1 12:36 - 2008 - Detroit Def. Pittsburgh 4-2 13:32 - 2009 - Pittsburgh Def. Detroit 4-3 14:24 - 2010 - Chicago Def. Philadelphia 4-2 14:58 - 2011 - Boston Def. Vancouver 4-3 15:37 - 2012 - Los Angeles Def. New Jersey 4-2 16:20 - 2013 - Chicago Def. Boston 4-2 16:57 - 2014 - Los Angeles Def. New York Rangers 4-1 17:44 - 2015 - Chicago Def. Tampa Bay 4-2 18:26 - 2016 - Pittsburgh Def. San Jose 4-2 19:09 - 2017 - Pittsburgh Def. Nashville 4-2 DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE FOOTAGE OR AUDIO IN THIS VIDEO! NOR DO I CLAIM TO! VIDEO AND AUDIO BELONGS TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS! ALL RIGHTS RESERVED!

The History of NHL '94

CGQ Interview with Amory Wong: http://bit.ly/1o4GWkA Episode 36 - The history of NHL '94. Rightfully, one of the most beloved sports games of the classic era, NHL 94 was released on the Sega Genesis in September 1993, on the Super Nintendo in October of 1993, and the Sega CD in January of 1994. It was the last game in the NHL Hockey series before EA decided to change the direction of the series, and there was a bit of a mis-step in 1995 before the series was back to form for NHL 96. By this time, the Genesis had lost some of its luster compared to the Super Nintendo, and with the release of the Sega Saturn and Sony Playstation in 1995, many hardcore gamers had begun moving on to the next generation of consoles. As an interesting aside, the game engine from NHL 94 was used to create Mutant League Hockey. Show Notes: - At around the 11 minute mark, I said "Most NHL '94 aficionados prefer this game over the Genesis version" when discussing the Super Nintendo release of the game. I meant to say "some" instead of "most", the implication being that most people prefer the Genesis game, but a handful of folks favor the SNES release. I had to re-record this section of the narration, and somehow accidentally replaced the word without realizing it until the episode had been uploaded. This is disappointing since I watch the video several times to make adjustments and weed out errors, but this one slipped through. I am now prepared to have every Tom, Dick, and Harry "correct" me by telling me that it's actually the Genesis version that everyone loves. - Yes, I know that "NHL Hockey" for the DOS PC is considered by some to be the PC version of NHL '94 due to it carrying that name in some territories. It is a completely different game, so I felt that it was outside the purview of this episode. - The equalization of the voice track is inconsistent because I had to re-record some segments. This probably bothers me more than it will bother you. - This episode marks the first time that I have use my Elgato to record anything other than a "retro" console. - In theory, this episode was going to be a quick and easy one. NHL '94 has a much more rich history than I originally thought. And I actually left stuff out that I thought was too obscure for most people to care about. - Yes, I am a Detroit Red Wings fan even though I live in Northern California. It stems from the fact that I was a huge Home Improvement fan in the early 90's, and Tim Allen, a Wings fan, regularly mentioned them on the show. For that reason alone I would always play as the Wings when playing a video game, and that evolved into me becoming a fan of the team. Probably the dumbest reason to support a sports team that I have ever heard, but it's the truth. - This is the second episode in a row for which I am legitimately concerned about getting a copyright strike, this time due to the Swingers footage. But come on, how could I leave it out? All the usual crapola that no one reads: Facebook: http://goo.gl/3kDiqt Twitter: http://twitter.com/CGQuarterly Homepage: http://www.cgquarterly.com All video game footage featured on Classic Gaming Quarterly is recorded from actual game hardware, unless otherwise noted. As of episode 35, it is recorded in RGB using an XRGB Mini Framemeister and an Elgato Game Capture HD. Prior to that, it was recorded in s-video using am RGB to s-video encoder and a DVD recorder. All videos are edited on a MacBook Pro using Final Cut Pro X. All box art featured in CGQ videos comes from The Cover Project, found at thecoverproject.net. Check them out for all of your video game insert needs. Theme music courtesy of Kevin MacLeod: (www.smartsound.com/royalty-free-music/i­ncompetech)

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EA Sports NHL History (NHL 94- NHL 17)

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