Submitted by: Nikola Sunjka
When you create new player,give him a name Paul Kariya,
or Teene Salenne.Then the game will ask you would you
like to be like him(Paul Kariya,or Teene Salenne).
Then press 'yes'.You can change his name,and replace it
You will play just like him,but your overall will not be
You can give your created player any real player name
from NHL 2000.
While playing a game, type one of the following codes to
activate the corresponding cheat function:
awaygoal - Gives Away Team a Goal
homegoal - Gives Home Team a Goal
zambo - Brings the Zamboni Out on the Ice During the Game
spots - Shows the Pre-Game Spotlights
penalty - Brings a Penalty to the Team Without the Puck
injury - Cause and Injury
victory - Fireworks
flash - Camera Flashes from Crowd
check - Auto Check on Contact with Opposing Player
grab - Auto Stick Hold on Contact with Opposing Player
mantis - Gives Players Elongated Arms, Legs, and Necks
nhlkids - Makes Players Smaller
Note: Enable this code while your team has the puck to stop the
other team and start a powerplay. Repeatedly enter the code to
start an extended powerplay.
Footnote for the "penalty" Code:
Enable this code while your team has the puck to stop the
other team and start a powerplay. Repeatedly enter the code
to start an extended powerplay.
Press [Big Deke] after scoring a goal or winning a fight.
The player on your team that scored or won the fight will
Cheat Tip 2:
Here are some codes for NHL 2000. These codes are used by
typing in the code name in the Credits screen.
headbone - players with big heads
buffed - big players
gulliver - huge goalies
massrink - huge rink surface
night - dark arena with spotlights on the players
squeaky - high pitched commentators
barrywhite - low pitched commentators
warp9 - super fast gameplay
slomo - super slow gameplay
zerog - puck has no friction
Note: All of the codes are supported in multiplayer -
for season play only those codes which don't affect
AI are enabled (bighead, night, squeaky, barrywhite).
In season mode, you can get any player you want. To do
this, go to the commisioner menu off of the main season
menu. Choose the teams with players you want as teams you
control. Go to the trade menu and trade from one team you
control to another. When yo get all the players you want,
go back to the commisioner screen and change all the teams
you don't want to control to computer control. You will
still have the players, but wont have to control the teams.
If you press the shift key after scoring a goal you hear
a funny laugh or chuckle.
After scoring a goal, winning a fight or at the end of a
game you just won, hit the Big Deke / Big Hit key, also
known as the Z key to perform one of many taunts.
NHL 2000 rewards skilled passing with opportunities and
goals. Work on the one-time pass.
One of the best defensive techniques involves mowing down
anything you see. In the Game Rules menu, set the penalty
slider low, then go after any player. If you miss the puck
carrier, take out one of his cohorts before you switch
control to another player.
On defense, remember that you are extremely vulnerable to
rebounds. Sure, the other guys will get their fair share of
breakaways (though you should try to eliminate them, too),
but an open man with a rebound is very dangerous indeed.
In short, ensure that any player standing in front of your
net, even if he has already shot, gets bounced.
One of the most wicked weapons you have in your arsenal is the
deflection. Send your winger at fast speed into an offensive
corner, then twirl him back toward the blue line; this gives
your two linemates time to get themselves in front of the
opponent's net. You'll next want to hit the Pass button while
pointing your player toward the net with the D-pad, then depress
the Shoot button just before the puck has reached your teammate.
The resulting change of direction can fool even the best goaltender.
Dekes are back! The NHL series has once again put a premium on
slick stickhandling as you're coming in on the goal.
A skilled player such as Pavel Bure or Joe Sakic will capitalize
on breakaways with a move to the right, then a move to the left
(or vice versa), and a quick shot to the open side.