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duper
07-05-2012, 10:34 PM
Interview with Drew Shore at Florida Panthers Development Camp.
http://video.panthers.nhl.com/videocenter/console?catid=93&id=183585&navid=DL|FLA|home

Matt Carle returns to Tampa Bay with an annual $5.5 million for the next 6 years.I know San Jose traded him to Tampa Bay, but did he ever play for them, or was he traded to Philly during the same off-season?

du78
07-06-2012, 06:59 AM
I know San Jose traded him to Tampa Bay, but did he ever play for them, or was he traded to Philly during the same off-season?

He played 12 games with Tampa Bay before the trade to Philly.

32 Degrees!
07-06-2012, 07:43 PM
Hey, what's going on with the Oct 6th preseason game w/ UBC? Don't tell me Obama & Romney have mucked it up.

http://www.gothunderbirds.ca/news/2012/6/14/ICEM_0614125831.aspx

The UBC website says they open regular season play on 9/28... and then the T-Birds have a bye week following their opener against Regina??? WTH??

32 Degrees!
07-06-2012, 07:57 PM
In kinda-sorta related news, I see the "the Cuts" announced their home opener date .....which is on the same night that DU hosts UML for ther regular season opener at Magness Arena. And yet another fish species, the Idaho Steelheads, will play the Colorado Eagles that same night up at BEC. One good thing for the Pios, Eagles & Cuts.....the Colorado Avalanche are off that night.

RogerWF
07-07-2012, 08:26 AM
Hey, what's going on with the Oct 6th preseason game w/ UBC? Don't tell me Obama & Romney have mucked it up.

http://www.gothunderbirds.ca/news/2012/6/14/ICEM_0614125831.aspx

The UBC website says they open regular season play on 9/28... and then the T-Birds have a bye week following their opener against Regina??? WTH??

Calendar (http://www.gothunderbirds.ca/calendar.aspx)

Filter for men's ice hockey, then go to October.

32 Degrees!
07-07-2012, 03:08 PM
Ahhhh, gotcha'. I guess the Canadians consider it a bye week, since they are all exhibition games on the Colorado road trip. Thanks :)

vizoroo
07-09-2012, 09:52 AM
We are under 3 months.

Today is July 9, 2012. There are 89 days until DU's next game.

October 6 exhibition game

ronmexico
07-09-2012, 11:44 AM
We are under 3 months.

Today is July 9, 2012. There are 89 days until DU's next game.

October 6 exhibition game

Maybe they can win this one? It's been a few years. :confused:

vizoroo
07-10-2012, 09:36 PM
Beau Bennett interview at Pens Development Camp.
http://penguins.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=637555&navid=DL|PIT|home

Need some more Zucker? Wild will be streaming Thurs. scrimmage 7:00 pm central and Sunday morning at 11:00 central.

Nice pic of Paul Phillips at Chicago's camp. #13 of Day 1

Agganis
07-11-2012, 03:26 PM
Quick question since BU is visiting you guys this year:

What section of your rink is the away section?

vizoroo
07-11-2012, 07:11 PM
DU's Mount Rushmore up on the polls section.
I already voted so I can't vote for other. but I did have a few more thoughts.

Craig Patrick-2 time NCAA Champion, 2 time USA National team, Asst. Coach 1980 Miracle on Ice team. Stanley Cup winning GM. Part of hockey's royal family. Hockey Hall of Fame.
Jim Wiste-All American, NCAA Champion, AND owner of the Campus Lounge
Cliff Koroll-Team Captain, NCAA Champion, Successful NHL career with Chicago Blackhawks and by all reports one of Maggie's best friends.
Adam Berkhoel- backstopped DU to 1st Ncaa Championship in 35 years including the infamous last 2 minutes of 3 on 6.
Peter Mannino-NCAA Champion, 4 year goalie and ardent supporter of Denver Boone.
Jesse Martin-whose amazing recovery from a potentially fatal injury brought the DU/NCAA hockey community proud of an amazing young man. And remember he went on to graduate that same year.
Peter McNab- who was one of DU's first non-Canadian stars.
Wade "Dubie" Dubielwiscz-who should have won a NCAA Championship/ #1 seed forced to play at Yost
Connor James-who came back from a broken leg to play/win an NCAA Championship in 6 weeks.
Rhett Rakhshani-Team Captain, All American, who single handedly beat ST. Cloud State by scoring 3 goals in the last 6 minutes of the game--a "Rhett trick" is now part of the DU hockey vernacular. Linemate Tyler Ruegsegger, RnR, made one of the most unpronouncable twosomes in WCHA history. But wasn't it fun to listen to the announcers attempting it.
Glenn Anderson
-best known after DU--Team Canada, multiple Stanley Cups, Hockey Hall of Fame
The 1978 team which was obviously SCREWED by the NCAA

du78
07-12-2012, 08:56 AM
DU's Mount Rushmore up on the polls section.
I already voted so I can't vote for other. but I did have a few more thoughts.

Craig Patrick-2 time NCAA Champion, 2 time USA National team, Asst. Coach 1980 Miracle on Ice team. Stanley Cup winning GM. Part of hockey's royal family. Hockey Hall of Fame.
Jim Wiste-All American, NCAA Champion, AND owner of the Campus Lounge
Cliff Koroll-Team Captain, NCAA Champion, Successful NHL career with Chicago Blackhawks and by all reports one of Maggie's best friends.
Adam Berkhoel- backstopped DU to 1st Ncaa Championship in 35 years including the infamous last 2 minutes of 3 on 6.
Peter Mannino-NCAA Champion, 4 year goalie and ardent supporter of Denver Boone.
Jesse Martin-whose amazing recovery from a potentially fatal injury brought the DU/NCAA hockey community proud of an amazing young man. And remember he went on to graduate that same year.
Peter McNab- who was one of DU's first non-Canadian stars.
Wade "Dubie" Dubielwiscz-who should have won a NCAA Championship/ #1 seed forced to play at Yost
Connor James-who came back from a broken leg to play/win an NCAA Championship in 6 weeks.
Rhett Rakhshani-Team Captain, All American, who single handedly beat ST. Cloud State by scoring 3 goals in the last 6 minutes of the game--a "Rhett trick" is now part of the DU hockey vernacular. Linemate Tyler Ruegsegger, RnR, made one of the most unpronouncable twosomes in WCHA history. But wasn't it fun to listen to the announcers attempting it.
Glenn Anderson
-best known after DU--Team Canada, multiple Stanley Cups, Hockey Hall of Fame
The 1978 team which was obviously SCREWED by the NCAA

Great list but Murray Armstrong, Keith Magnuson, Bill Masterton and Matt Carle are my 4. BTW, Peter McNab is Canadian. He was born in Vancouver and spent his youth in BC. He went to HS in San Diego when his father ran the S.D. Gulls.

vizoroo
07-12-2012, 10:11 AM
Great list but Murray Armstrong, Keith Magnuson, Bill Masterton and Matt Carle are my 4. BTW, Peter McNab is Canadian. He was born in Vancouver and spent his youth in BC. He went to HS in San Diego when his father ran the S.D. Gulls.
They are my Top 4 too.

Think I knew McNab was born in Canada, but I always thought of him as a American:o

I was going to add Vic Venasky, just because I liked his name.:D

Chris
07-12-2012, 11:07 AM
Quick question since BU is visiting you guys this year:

What section of your rink is the away section?

Sections 6 and 7 are generally where the visiting fans are located, sometimes section 5 as well if there are quite a few. It's the north end of the arena and in the higher numbered rows, from about row 15 or 16 on up.

du78
07-12-2012, 12:35 PM
They are my Top 4 too.

Think I knew McNab was born in Canada, but I always thought of him as a American:o

I was going to add Vic Venasky, just because I liked his name.:D

I believe Vic still lives in Southern California.

vizoroo
07-13-2012, 12:32 AM
Zucker with the 1st goal in the Wild scrimmage.
Not quite as exciting as the Stanley Cup finals.:p

Bagman
07-13-2012, 08:52 AM
Great list but Murray Armstrong, Keith Magnuson, Bill Masterton and Matt Carle are my 4. BTW, Peter McNab is Canadian. He was born in Vancouver and spent his youth in BC. He went to HS in San Diego when his father ran the S.D. Gulls.

No Kevin Dineen?:p

Chris
07-16-2012, 01:43 AM
DU's Mount Rushmore up on the polls section.
I already voted so I can't vote for other. but I did have a few more thoughts.

Craig Patrick-2 time NCAA Champion, 2 time USA National team, Asst. Coach 1980 Miracle on Ice team. Stanley Cup winning GM. Part of hockey's royal family. Hockey Hall of Fame.
Jim Wiste-All American, NCAA Champion, AND owner of the Campus Lounge
Cliff Koroll-Team Captain, NCAA Champion, Successful NHL career with Chicago Blackhawks and by all reports one of Maggie's best friends.
Adam Berkhoel- backstopped DU to 1st Ncaa Championship in 35 years including the infamous last 2 minutes of 3 on 6.
Peter Mannino-NCAA Champion, 4 year goalie and ardent supporter of Denver Boone.
Jesse Martin-whose amazing recovery from a potentially fatal injury brought the DU/NCAA hockey community proud of an amazing young man. And remember he went on to graduate that same year.
Peter McNab- who was one of DU's first non-Canadian stars.
Wade "Dubie" Dubielwiscz-who should have won a NCAA Championship/ #1 seed forced to play at Yost
Connor James-who came back from a broken leg to play/win an NCAA Championship in 6 weeks.
Rhett Rakhshani-Team Captain, All American, who single handedly beat ST. Cloud State by scoring 3 goals in the last 6 minutes of the game--a "Rhett trick" is now part of the DU hockey vernacular. Linemate Tyler Ruegsegger, RnR, made one of the most unpronouncable twosomes in WCHA history. But wasn't it fun to listen to the announcers attempting it.
Glenn Anderson
-best known after DU--Team Canada, multiple Stanley Cups, Hockey Hall of Fame
The 1978 team which was obviously SCREWED by the NCAA

Not much to argue here...however:

Connor James was a fine player who contributed a nice, blind, throw-it-towards-the-net assist in a championship game in the first period, yet he fails in overall comparison to a Dallas Gaume, who was a first team AA, first team WCHA, WCHA player of the year, Hobey finalist and (by far) DU's all-time leading scorer. Some may argue that Gaume didn't win an NCAA championship; I don't view players' careers in what their teammates did not help them accomplish, I view it like being voted into, say, the baseball hall of fame, where it is a totality of your career and not a single accomplishment...

I also agree with bagman...Kevin Dineen is worthy of being in the mix...captain at DU as a sophomore, captained two NHL teams, an Olympian and is an NHL head coach...multiple NHL all-star games, approached 400 goals and most likely played more NHL games than anyone else from DU.

JMF
07-16-2012, 04:24 PM
DU's Mount Rushmore up on the polls section.
I already voted so I can't vote for other. but I did have a few more thoughts.

Craig Patrick-2 time NCAA Champion, 2 time USA National team, Asst. Coach 1980 Miracle on Ice team. Stanley Cup winning GM. Part of hockey's royal family. Hockey Hall of Fame.
Jim Wiste-All American, NCAA Champion, AND owner of the Campus Lounge
Cliff Koroll-Team Captain, NCAA Champion, Successful NHL career with Chicago Blackhawks and by all reports one of Maggie's best friends.
Adam Berkhoel- backstopped DU to 1st Ncaa Championship in 35 years including the infamous last 2 minutes of 3 on 6.
Peter Mannino-NCAA Champion, 4 year goalie and ardent supporter of Denver Boone.
Jesse Martin-whose amazing recovery from a potentially fatal injury brought the DU/NCAA hockey community proud of an amazing young man. And remember he went on to graduate that same year.
Peter McNab- who was one of DU's first non-Canadian stars.
Wade "Dubie" Dubielwiscz-who should have won a NCAA Championship/ #1 seed forced to play at Yost
Connor James-who came back from a broken leg to play/win an NCAA Championship in 6 weeks.
Rhett Rakhshani-Team Captain, All American, who single handedly beat ST. Cloud State by scoring 3 goals in the last 6 minutes of the game--a "Rhett trick" is now part of the DU hockey vernacular. Linemate Tyler Ruegsegger, RnR, made one of the most unpronouncable twosomes in WCHA history. But wasn't it fun to listen to the announcers attempting it.
Glenn Anderson
-best known after DU--Team Canada, multiple Stanley Cups, Hockey Hall of Fame
The 1978 team which was obviously SCREWED by the NCAA



You can't omit Dubie's cameo in the 2005 film She's Out of Your League. May tip the scales. Just sayin'

s11r9seat8
07-16-2012, 05:14 PM
You can't omit Dubie's cameo in the 2005 film She's Out of Your League. May tip the scales. Just sayin'
While i was checking to see if the word gullible is really in the dictionary, i went out to IMDB and found a movie called "Sheezh Outta My League" from 2010. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0815236/
Is that the one? IMDB lists some "hockey players", but not Dubbie.

And i still have Gwoz on my list...