This is even my go-to scoring method on NHL 21
By - TheKujo17
This was the absolute cheat code for NHL 94 on the sega genesis.
I've scored 154 goals in 28 games on NHL 21. Some things never change
I plan on exploiting it all session long
Please excuse the LiveBarn quality. I will be sticking my GoPro behind the net from here on out
here is what i use, i place it actually inside the glass to prevent theft, i have them high on the glass behind the net actually. and it gives this [type of quality](https://streamable.com/3uvwz) shot
they have been hit a few times, and have falled a few times, but i also use cheap ass action cams rather than GoPros so i dont care if they get shattered.
just a thought. :)
I built this rig out of shelving hardware and thumb-screws. I post it on the glass behind the bench as close to the center of the rink as possible (or on the partition between the bench and penalty box at some rinks). You can either stitch the angles together live-barn-style or do what I do which is multi-cam it and edit back and forth in Premiere. I'm probably going to get whatever Gopro releases as their next 360 camera though and create the angles in post since I think it should give me more options for following the play and making it look like someone is actually filming on a tripod.
Edit: the rig is generally mounted on a 2 suction cup mount on a tall selfie stick so it's about 9' above the ice.
Lucky Lidstrom was in a watching mood...
I'm usually lucky someone's in a looking mood on most my goals.
Sick goal, but yo I can't believe LiveBarn charges so much for such shitty quality
Isn't it $10 a month? If you play once a week that's like $2 a game.
I do my own gopros and while the quality is a fuck of a lot better, I A) Paid WAAAY more than that. B) Spend about 2 hours of my time editing out all the boring shit where nothing happens.
I'd happily pay for Livebarn.
It's up to $18.95 a month which is just not worth it to me. I see your point about taking away the work of uploading and editing gopro videos but to me it's just too pricey for what it is.
I mean I do video work professionally so I have the cameras anyway, but 2 hours of my time editing stuff after a long week, I'd probably be happy to pay double that.
Especially if you think about appointing a team "clip keeper" who runs the account and the team crowdfunds it. $20 is like maybe $2 a skater/parent per month. That's totally worth it.
i do my own videos when i feel like it, i have three action camera that i use, with a ton of extra batteries and such. i edit my own video in the cheapest possible fashion, using a screen capture program and just live record it. i have NHL on in the background so i can do it while i am drinking and watching hockey. something i would be doing anyway most of the time. :)
it doesnt look as nice as i would like, but for free. who gives a flying fuck. :)
I agree with both of you and also do video work for my job too so I feel y'all. Last thing I want to do in my downtime is to do all that work lol. But sometimes I get that drive to do a 2 or 3 camera capture for a game and man does that make me happy...once its all said and done lol.
Shout out to the St Peters Recplex! You ever play at Centene?
I’ve played a few open skates there but I’ve never played the league. It seems so expensive. Rightly so I guess, the facility is top notch
Yeah maryville and Centene are both terribly expensive but they are great facilities. Can always count on the rec plex though.
I'm always curious about how many people wear go pros or have some sort of camera to record their games. Watching stuff back is always helpful but I'm sure the price is getting chirped for it.
Well I've actually never seen myself skate and I was curious to see if I looked ridiculous or not mainly. I also have this complex of constantly wanting to be as good as I can be, and watching film seems to be the best way to do that within a reasonable budget
As far as chirping goes, what the tape doesn't show is me catching an edge and falling 6 times. They had plenty of material for chirping with or without the GoPro
I have worn a UHWK nearly every time I've played since 2015 when I got it off Kickstarter, never been chirped once for it. Granted a lot of my community likes to record their games. There's always gopros on the glass too.
I've never worn a camera, but I put up a GoPro behind each net and sometimes one in the net. It started out as a way to see what I could have done differently on goals (I'm primarily a goalie now), but then I started getting requests from teammates to clip certain goals or plays. Now, I edit the full game down to some highlights.
I caught someone's first goal in a game right before mine last Sunday, so that was nice to clip for them too.
This feels more like NHL 01
Ha! This is the closest rink to my home (not my home rink as I play at Centene)!
I really like the new center ice art, and the fact that you can actually see it since they redid the ice.
Man, that LD went full controller disconnected.
Your ability to make that move and bring the puck into the zone al on your backhand is what makes it work for you. That’s what catches that LD flat-footed too. Nice work.
You burnt that dman. Love to see defensemen get punished like that