Lines 92-93

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  1. Felix67

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    Wolud it be possible to get most common lines for season 1992-93 for all NHL teams, please, should include PP and PK as well. Thanks
     
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    I believe NHL 93 was based off the 91-92 season, and NHL 94 was the one based off the 92-93 season, just as NHL 2011 came out last September based on last season. It's true though, the lineups at the time were decent ideas of how lineups shook down, though sometimes they were too far based on a players' "overall" rating, and there was only 3 regular lines to put players on.
     
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    Yes but from my experience with EA NHL series their lines are far from real thing
     
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    I just nostalgia'd myself unconscious.
     
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    There was no NHL '94 for PC - NHL Hockey for PC is what NHL '94 is for Sega. The game was released after 92-93 season - if u dont believe then check the stats or playoff tree in the game itself.
     
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    I worked at 2K Sports as the main roster guy for a few years and created all of the historic teams and did a lot of research to get the lines as accurate as possible for every team, including a number of clubs from the 92-93 season. I'll see if I still have the information handy and I'll gladly share it with you. Also, keep in mind that coaches constantly shifted their lineups, as Gretzky's wingers ranged from having Robitaille and Sandstrom to Kurri and Donnelly or Granato, and yes, even Warren Rychel. They also had Jari Kurri playing center when Barry Melrose decided to bench Jimmy Carson.

    Being a Kings fan, I can provide their lineup without having to research it...

    Robitaille-Gretzky-Kurri
    Granato-Carson-Sandstrom
    Donnelly-Millen-Shuchuk
    Rychel-Conacher-Taylor

    Zhitnik-Blake
    Watters-McSorley
    Huddy-Sydor

    Hrudey-Stauber

    Scratches: Hardy, Loach, Knickle, Potvin

    As for special teams, on the PP the Kings would go with 4 forwards and 1D for most of the PP.

    Robitaille-Gretzky-Sandstrom-Blake-Kurri
    Donnelly-Millen-Granato-Zhitnik-McSorley

    PK:
    Gretzky-Kurri-Huddy-McSorley
    Conacher-Taylor-Watters-Blake
     
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    1992-93 Toronto Maple Leafs

    Pat Burns mixed up the lines quite a bit down the stretch, double shifting Gilmour and Clark quite a bit and using them both throughout the lineup, but I'll go with what to the best of my knowledge the lines were for most of the regular season.

    Andreychuk-Gilmour-Borschevsky
    Clark-Cullen-Anderson
    Osborne-Krushelnyski-Foligno
    Berg-Zezel-Pearson

    Ellett-Gill
    Macoun-Rouse
    Lefebrve-Mironov

    Potvin-Puppa

    Scratches: McLlwain, Manderville, Eastwood, Baumgartner, Berehowsky
     
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    1992-93 Detroit Red Wings

    Ysebaert-Yzerman-Ciccarelli
    Kozlov-Fedorov-Sheppard
    Gallant-Primeau-Drake
    Burr-Kennedy-Probert

    Coffey-Lidstrom
    Chiasson-Konstantinov
    Racine-Howe

    Cheveldae-Riendeau

    Scratches: Sillinger, McCrimmon, Ogrodnick, Konroyd, Hiller
     
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    1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins

    Stevens-Lemieux-Tocchet
    McEachern-Francis-Jagr
    Loney-Straka-Mullen
    Daniels-Tippett-Needham

    U.Samuelsson-Murphy
    Tagliannetti-K.Samuelsson
    Ramsey-Jennings

    Barrasso-Wregget

    Scratches: Paek, Stapleton, Stanton
     
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    1992-93 Vancouver Canucks

    Adams-Craven-Bure
    Courtnall-Ronning-Linden
    Momesso-Nedved-Ward
    Odjick-Semenov-Hunter

    Murzyn-Lumme
    Babych-Diduck
    Dirk-Lidster

    McLean-Whitmore

    Scratches: Slegr, Valk, Sandlak, Plavsic
     
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    1992-93 Calgary Flames

    Roberts-Reichel-Fleury
    Ranheim-Nieuwendyk-Makarov
    Ashton-Otto-Stern
    Berube-Skrudland-Paslawski

    Suter-MacInnis
    Musil-Dahl
    Yawney-Dalhquist

    Vernon-Reese

    Scratches: Johansson, Lindberg, Godynyuk
     
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    1992-93 Quebec Nordiques

    Kamensky-Sakic-Nolan
    Rucinsky-Sundin-Kovalenko
    Hough-Ricci-Young
    Simon-Lapointe-Cavallini

    Leschyshyn-Duchesne
    Gusarov-Foote
    Finn-Wolanin

    Hextall-Fiset

    Scratches: Twist, Pearson, Huffman, Karpa, Lindsay
     
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    The Bruins, off the top of my head:

    Juneau-Oates-Kvartalnov (the Bonanza line)
    Donato-Ruzicka-Leach
    Reid-Poulin-Heinze
    Hughes-(various)-Kimble

    Sweeney-Bourque
    Wesley-Murphy
    Roberts-Shaw

    Moog
    Blue

    They had so many injuries that season that the lines were always in flux anyway.
     
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    1992-93 Montreal Canadiens

    Damphousse-Muller-Bellows
    LeClair-LeBeau-Keane
    Dionne-Carbonneau-Ronan
    Brunet-DiPietro-Leeman

    Schneider-Desjardins
    Daigneault-Odelein
    Haller-Brisebois

    Roy-Racicot

    Scratches: Savard (inj.), Ewen, Roberge, Ramage, Hill
     
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    1992-93 Chicago Blackhawks

    Goulet-Roenick-Larmer
    Matteau-Sutter-Murphy
    Graham-Ruutu-Noonan
    Gilbert-Murray-Lemieux

    Smith-Chelios
    Marchment-Brown
    Russell-Muni

    Belfour-Waite

    Scratches: Grimson, Kucera, Christian
     
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    1992-93 Winnipeg Jets

    Shannon-Zhamnov-Selanne
    Tkachuk-Steen-Davydov
    Domi-Barnes-Borsato
    King-Eagles-Druce

    Housley-Olausson
    Bautin-Numminen
    Ulanov-Kennedy

    Essensa-Hrivnak

    Scratches: Lalor, Erickson, Romaniuk, Brickley
     
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    I believe Cam Neely reclaimed his spot on the top RW spot when he returned to the Bruins during the playoffs, bumping Kvartalnov off the first line. Smolinski also became a regular in the lineup and Ruzicka sat out and did not play a single post season game as Sutter benched him. The following season, Smolinski established himself as the #2 C for the Bruins. Dave Reid was also out during the playoffs with a knee injury.

    Kvartalnov also completely disappeared in the series vs. Buffalo, going pointless in the four game sweep. Neely, who missed most of the season, comes back and scores 4 goals and 5 points in 4 games. Goes to show you how dominant of a player Neely truly was.

    Based on the post season, I think the forward lines were:

    Juneau-Oates-Neely
    Donato-Poulin-Leach
    Kvartalnov-Smolinski-Heinze
    Hughes-Douris-Kimble

    Scratches: Ruzicka, Reid (inj.), T. Sweeney

    Had Reid not been injured, I imagine he'd be playing with Poulin and Leach with Donato being dumped to LW or C.
     
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    Juneau-Oates-Neely were together for games 1 and 2, but they put Steve Leach in Juneau's spot and had Juneau-Smolinski-Kvartalnov. I'm pretty sure they had Poulin centering Heinze and Douris. Tim Sweeney was in the lineup for all but game 3.

    They were trying so many different combinations by then that there isn't really one lineup.
     
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    1992-93 Buffalo Sabres

    Khmylev-LaFontaine-Mogilny
    Wood-Hawerchuk-Audette
    May-Sweeney-Presley
    Errey-Hannan-Ray

    Bodger-Smehlik
    Ledyard-Sutton
    Carney-Houlder

    Fuhr-Hasek

    Scratches: Svoboda (inj.), Donnelly, Corkum, Patterson, Moller
     
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    That is very true. Saw the Leafs and Kings go through so many different lines during their series, it really is difficult to pin one down. I guess for the sake of putting lines together in a game though, the user is going to tend to lean towards putting the best lineup together.
     
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    my memory tells me that semenov played a lot with adams and bure before the craven trade.

    courtnall moved around the lineup, i think. sometimes he would play with nedved, sometimes he would play on the "life line" with ronning and linden. and i think he did some time on bure's line when adams was hurt.

    i think dixon ward got significant time with ronning and linden.

    sandlak saw a lot more of the season on the fourth line than hunter did, but hunter took his spot when we got him.

    nedved may have played some wing too, with linden subbing in at center.
     
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    You are correct as Semenov did spend some time playing with Bure. Vancouver also double shifted Bure quite a bit and would have Odjick on his LW at times as well. That's what makes setting up lines difficult at times as they not only change game to game but during the course of a game, coaches like to have different match ups or mix up lines depending on the situation.

    But for a game of NHL hockey, I think these are about as close as you'll get to putting together the best lineups while maintaining accuracy for every squad. Least that is what I attempted to do with the rosters when I was setting them up. I leaned towards maintaining lineups that were regularly used, or at least tried to do that to the best of my abilities with whatever information and footage was available.
     
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    1992-93 New York Islanders

    Hogue-Turgeon-Thomas
    King-Ferraro-Flatley
    McInnis-Mullen-Dalgarno
    Volek-Green-Fitzgerald

    Malakhov-Kurvers
    Vaske-Krupp
    Kasparaitis-Pilon

    Healy-Fitzpatrick

    Scratches: Vukota, Loiselle, Lachance, Norton
     

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