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GoNanooks
03-04-2014, 10:04 PM
The cowbells originated with the Seawolves and were copied by the Aces.
Look it up!
Now UA_ is ringing them??????
Hey if it's fun who cares?

I wish we never gave out the cowbells. They are so annoying. And they make fans lazy, instead of actually cheering they sit back and ring ther little bell. We need some real noise like last Saturday against ferris.
GO NANOOKS

Alaska Hockey
03-04-2014, 10:09 PM
I wish we never gave out the cowbells. They are so annoying. And they make fans lazy, instead of actually cheering they sit back and ring ther little bell. We need some real noise like last Saturday against ferris.
GO NANOOKS
I am bring my cowbells and ringing them non stop just so I can fit in.

Seawolf Fan
03-04-2014, 10:10 PM
The milk jugs were used for a good cause and money in them were donated to the summer scholarship program for athletes.
And good on ya for that!
But they sure were annoying.

GoNanooks
03-04-2014, 10:16 PM
I am bring my cowbells and ringing them non stop just so I can fit in.

That's cool. Since by now I'm used to it. I think I going to bring a milk jug with quarters this year. Now that I see everyone loves that.

mmf
03-04-2014, 10:22 PM
Don’t get Alaska Hockey started. He’ll reflect back to the days when the Seawolves invented ice, used baleen as hockey sticks, frozen bear scat as a hockey pucks, and got this whole “college hockey” thing going.

Forget the cowbells, the Seawolves invented the cow. She later became ACC homecoming queen but that’s a whole udder story. He remembers the great Alaska quake and how all the Seawolve players fell to the ice clutching and grabbing on their way down. To this day they commemorate that event with reenactments every Friday & Saturday night.

Yes, we all owe a lot to the Seawolves. Without them we wouldn’t have...ummm…let’s see…well, the Nooks wouldn’t have 32 points when we all wake up Sunday morning. Thank you Seawolves.

Go Nooks!

Seawolf Fan
03-04-2014, 10:37 PM
Squarebanks, your family and Alaska Hockey staying at Pike's I'm sure you'll get together for a couple.
If I was there I'd invite UA_IceAngel and her husband to join us.
Along with Suze and her spouse it'd be an interesting and fun group.
Genuinely am envious.
Those outsiders don't understand.
How could they? Good people but they aren't Alaskan.

Suze
03-05-2014, 02:05 AM
And good on ya for that!
But they sure were annoying.

But effective, those things were very loud. Mr. Suze still has the can filled with beans (or pebbles?) - with the Seawolf "label" on it. Remember those cans? They were loud too, but they never took off like the bells did. That dang can has a few dents from being thrown onto the cement floor of the Sully a few times.

Alaska Hockey
03-05-2014, 03:03 AM
Don’t get Alaska Hockey started. He’ll reflect back to the days when the Seawolves invented ice, used baleen as hockey sticks, frozen bear scat as a hockey pucks, and got this whole “college hockey” thing going.

Forget the cowbells, the Seawolves invented the cow. She later became ACC homecoming queen but that’s a whole udder story. He remembers the great Alaska quake and how all the Seawolve players fell to the ice clutching and grabbing on their way down. To this day they commemorate that event with reenactments every Friday & Saturday night.

Yes, we all owe a lot to the Seawolves. Without them we wouldn’t have...ummm…let’s see…well, the Nooks wouldn’t have 32 points when we all wake up Sunday morning. Thank you Seawolves.

Go Nooks!
GEEZ...... WOW you don't forget a lot of things do you, pretty much how it went down according to someone who was there and said the same thing but added a few small minor items you overlooked.. UAA sports teams do their fair share of wilting on Thursday, Friday, & Saturday but Bethels Big Brother wilts over twice as many as they win with their little brother accept men B Ball uaa lets them win only once every eight years here lately. Also The Alums now have a little scrap rolling the last Saturday of the Gov. Cup and as a one of the longest ongoing college traditions going on in the state of Alaska and the Slough Drunks lost like it was scripted. So If you are in the frozen Tijuana stagger over to the Chuckie Cheese Center sat afternoon and watch Butterbean and every other former polar bear who is not in jail attempt to even the score .

mmf
03-05-2014, 03:14 AM
Alaska Hockey,
Are you making the trip North? If you guys bring a bus load it should be good crowd and make for a great atmosphere.

Alaska Hockey
03-05-2014, 03:46 AM
Alaska Hockey,
Are you making the trip North? If you guys bring a bus load it should be good crowd and make for a great atmosphere.
See you at the pregame training table driving up late Friday afternoon.

UAFHockeyFan314
03-05-2014, 11:58 AM
Count me in.

Alaska Hockey
03-05-2014, 04:33 PM
Count me in.
Excellent a new guy...I am in no doubt the last new guy is geared up for a replacement now that his probation is over and he is a full member to the table. There are rituals you will have to endure to stay. Good Luck,we hope you make it.

UAFHockeyFan314
03-05-2014, 07:51 PM
Just over 1,000 tickets left for Saturday, about 1,300 for Friday.

Usually have about 800 walkups, so wouldn't be surprised to see a sell out, or very close to it...

Jimjamesak
03-05-2014, 08:53 PM
So with the teams switching ends from how it's normally been at the Carlson Center, and UAA's locker room being next to the UAF student section, are they taking any precautions against an incident? In the past the locker room was next to the UAA section and that provided a buffer.

Alaska Hockey
03-05-2014, 09:14 PM
So with the teams switching ends from how it's normally been at the Carlson Center, and UAA's locker room being next to the UAF student section, are they taking any precautions against an incident? In the past the locker room was next to the UAA section and that provided a buffer.
I have invited 3 former bouncers from RumRunners to sit with me who are itching to have fun.......let's dance.

Jimjamesak
03-05-2014, 09:27 PM
I have invited 3 former bouncers from RumRunners to sit with me who are itching to have fun.......let's dance.
I'm also wondering if the Carlson Center knows there will be a large contingent of UAA fans. Both arenas are bad at dealing with things like this.

Seawolf Fan
03-05-2014, 09:37 PM
I have invited 3 former bouncers from RumRunners to sit with me who are itching to have fun.......let's dance.
After the way UA_IceAngel made such a to-do over the way their overly aggressive, pathetic, mascot was welcomed at the Sully I'm sure she will be there to insure there is no such incident at the Chucky Cheese.

mmf
03-05-2014, 09:56 PM
Hopefully everyone behaves and no nonsense is put up with from either side. There is never any excuse for aggressive or intimidating behavior towards visiting fans. While “by definition” Seawolve fans suck, they are in most part pretty decent folks and die hard hockey fans. I personally applaud all players during introductions, but I can almost guarantee that you’ll hear a loud chorus of boos for the Seawolves from the students and half the adults. Such is college hockey.

Go Nooks!

AKSWF
03-06-2014, 12:28 AM
Hopefully everyone behaves and no nonsense is put up with from either side. There is never any excuse for aggressive or intimidating behavior towards visiting fans. While “by definition” Seawolve fans suck, they are in most part pretty decent folks and die hard hockey fans. I personally applaud all players during introductions, but I can almost guarantee that you’ll hear a loud chorus of boos for the Seawolves from the students and half the adults. Such is college hockey.

Go Nooks!

For the fan part I don't expect any less, let's drop the puck already!

UAFIceAngel
03-06-2014, 12:55 AM
After the way UA_IceAngel made such a to-do over the way their overly aggressive, pathetic, mascot was welcomed at the Sully I'm sure she will be there to insure there is no such incident at the Chucky Cheese.

I would hope precautions are taken to avoid any possible conflict or minimize it as much as possible. As much as I am an eye for an eye person, I hope that UAF fans won't stoop to the same low as the UAA fans did and not jump the Sea-creaturethingymajig.