1934 1935

Cullens 1934 vs 1935
  • 1934:
  • Rosalie: *rage*
  • Edward: *angst*
  • Carlisle: *guilt*
  • Esme: *hangs colorful curtains and puts out fresh flowers to cheer everyone up*
  • 1935:
  • Emmett: LULZ I just did a canonball off the top of a cliff into a lake and the splash was so big the people in town thought it was a sudden downpour!
  • Rosalie: *smirk*
  • Edward: *rolls eyes, but laughs*
  • Carlisle: *chuckle*
  • Esme: *whispers* my precious new giant son
Master Post of NHL Team Changes

Relocated NHL Teams

Atlanta Flames 1972-1980 to Calgary Flames 1980-Present

Kansas City Scouts 1974-1976 to *Colorado Rockies 1976-1982

*Colorado Rockies 1976-1982 to NJ Devils 1982-Present

**Minnesota North Stars 1967-1993 to Dallas Stars 1993-Present

Quebec Nordiques 1979-1995 to Colorado Avalanche 1995-Present

***Original Winnipeg Jets 1979-1996 to Phoenix/Arizona Coyotes 1996-Present

Hartford Whalers 1979-1997 to Carolina Hurricanes 1997-Present

Atlanta Thrashers 1999-2011 to Current Winnipeg Jets 2011-Present

Defunct Teams

Montreal Wanderers 1917-1918 Defunct

Original Ottawa Senators 1917-1934 to St. Louis Eagles 1934-1935 Defunct

Quebec Bulldogs 1919-1920 to Hamilton Tigers 1920-1925 Defunct

Pittsburgh Pirates 1925-1930 to Philadelphia Quakers 1930-1931 Defunct

Montreal Maroons 1924-1938 Defunct

New York Americans 1925-1941 to Brooklyn Americans (renamed) 1941-1942 Defunct

**California Golden Seals 1967-1976 to Cleveland Barons 1976-1978

**Cleveland Barons 1976-1978 (merged with Minnesota North Stars).

Name Changes

Toronto Arenas 1917-1919
Toronto St. Patrick’s 1919-1927
Toronto Maple Leafs 1927-Present

New York Americans 1925-1941 to Brooklyn Americans 1941-1942 (Defunct)

Detroit Cougars 1926-1930
Detroit Falcons 1930-1932
Detroit Red Wings 1932-Present

Chicago Black Hawks 1926-1986
Chicago Blackhawks 1986-Present

**California Seals 1967
Oakland Seals 1967-1970
California Golden Seals 1970-1976
(Relocated then merged with Minnesota North Stars)

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 1993-2006
Anaheim Ducks 2006-Present

***Phoenix Coyotes 1996-2014
Arizona Coyotes 2014-Present

Connected*

Kansas City Scouts 1974-1976 to *Colorado Rockies 1976-1982

*Colorado Rockies 1976-1982 to NJ Devils 1982-Present

—–

**California Seals 1967
Oakland Seals 1967-1970
California Golden Seals 1970-1976
(Relocated then merged with Minnesota North Stars)

**California Golden Seals 1967-1976 to Cleveland Barons 1976-1978

**Cleveland Barons 1976-1978 (merged with Minnesota North Stars).

**Minnesota North Stars 1967-1993 to Dallas Stars 1993-Present

—–

Original Winnipeg Jets 1979-1996 to ***Phoenix/Arizona Coyotes 1996-Present

***Phoenix Coyotes 1996-2014
Arizona Coyotes 2014-Present

Fact:

The Ottawa Senators (Original Founded in 1917. Current Founded in 1992.) and Winnipeg Jets (Original Founded in 1979. Current Founded in 2011.) had to get permission to use “Ottawa Senators” and “Winnipeg Jets” as their team name as there were previous teams who used those names which either relocated or left the league.

anonymous asked:

Ok. So, to find out when the game itself takes place, you've gotta know when the studio was open. At first, I assumed that Bendy was a rubberhose toon from the height of that style of cartoons. That would put their timeline between 1925 and 1935. Since Sammy recognized Henry but Henry didn't know about the studio extensions in the basement, Henry would have had to leave the studio sometime around 1928. However, Henry also wasn't around for the instillation of the ink machine,… (Mo 1)

(2) which Sammy said was build “over their heads”. So Sammy was either: 1.) downstairs when the ink machine was built, or 2.) the tape recorder was moved downstairs. We also know from Wally’s recordings that Joey had “everyone” donate something from their workstations, so the employees at that time were pretty few. Each item can probably be associated with a specific person; the book is Joey’s the record Sammy’s, and I imagine the doll belinged to the guy who did toys. (Mo)

(3) But based on how small the company was at the time (and modelling it off Disney’s early years) I can’t imagine Henry wasn’t working there at that time; in fact, the inkwell could be his. So where’s the overlap, and how did Joey publish a book if the company was that small? Demonic hijinks definitely accounts for some of it, but the timing is weird. If (basing this assumption off Wally’s first recording) the ink machine was put up very soon after the pedestals, … (Mo)

(4) then it’s possible Henry left between the pedestals and the ink machine. That still doesn’t leave a lot of time for Henry knowing and being super close to all his coworkers, but it works. UNTIL I saw someone notice the “Buy Bonds” mark I hadn’t seen before on one of the episode posters. When I researched, I couldn’t find any examples of cartoon propaganda in WWI. WWII, however, is well known for it. Now we’d have to rework what we already figured out for a new timeperiod. (Mo)

(5) First off, why would this studio still be using rubberhose-style animation long after it had gone out of style? They probably started the studio right before rubberhose went out, and wouldn’t or couldn’t update it. That puts them starting the studio in the 1934-1935 range. That’s good, because it gives plenty of time between the founding to when it went mad. Wally said that the animations weren’t being finished on time anymore, which means they had a time schedule. (Mo)

(6?) A time schedule like that would probably be imposed by a distributer. At this time, probably the studio was doing a lot of work for the government and military and being funded by them (hence “Buy Bonds”). This is probably about the time that Joey really stopped caring about the actual animations. The extensions probably also happened around then. So when did Henry leave the studio? Probably right before the studio was doing animations for the military. (Mo)

(7) At that time, Joey was probably already starting to slip. There were probably already plans for an extension to the studio, and rudimentary plans for the ink machine. This would’ve been about 1940-1941. Henry would have been really familiar with everyone there, maybe to the point of leaving behind a keepsake that could later be used for the pedestals. The extensions are built, the ink machine installed, more employees hired, and the studio went under probably late 40’s. (Mo)

(8; last one, promise!) Whether the studio went under because of money or demonic issues is up for interpretation. So, assuming that demonic stuff means that Henry went back exactly 30 years after he left the studio, the game may take place in 1970 or 1971. All of that is, of course, a guess. I’ve found it fun to try to connect the game to the actuall history of animation. I guess only time and new chapters will reveal what really happened! Thanks for letting me do this. -Mo💚

Dang when you said it was the length of a novel you weren’t kidding.

Anyways, let’s try and go through this one thing at a time.

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