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Alaska Hockey
11-23-2015, 01:33 PM
UAA and UA_ That about sums it up.

Alaska Hockey
11-23-2015, 06:47 PM
UAA and UA_ That about sums it up.

UA_ will have 2 home series. UAA 2 road series before Dec 11/12 so that's about even.
UA_ off parole but still has to check in with the NCAA EX-offender Officer ever week.
UAA with a player coming in in January so we will be about even with that.

Squarebanks
11-23-2015, 07:29 PM
As you can see from the calendar, the game is coming up this weekend. I'm sure you are as excited for it as I am, as our cities are rivals and have been for quite some time. Your confidence in your team is high, but rest assured, you will suffer humiliation when the sports team from my area defeats the sports team from your area.

On numerous occasions, you have expressed the conviction that your area's sports team will be victorious. I must admit that every time I hear you make this proclamation, I react with both laughter and disbelief. "Ha!" I say to myself with laughter. "What?!" I say to myself in disbelief. How could you believe that your sports team could beat my sports team? It is clear that yours is inferior in every way.

When the sporting contest begins, the players on your team will be treated as though they are inconsequential. It will be remarkably easy for my team to accumulate more points than yours. There are many reasons for this, starting with the inferior physical attributes of the players representing your area. Strength, speed, and agility are just three of the qualities that the players on the team from your area lack. The players representing my area, on the other hand, have these traits in abundance.

I would not be a bit surprised if the individuals on the team from your area were sexually attracted to members of their own gender. That is how ineffective they are on the field of battle.

Underscoring your team's inferiority is its choice of colors. It is ludicrous to believe that your team's colors inspire either respect or fear. Instead, they appear to have been chosen by someone who is colorblind or, perhaps, bereft of sight altogether. The colors for my team, on the other hand, are aesthetically pleasing when placed in proximity to one another. They are a superior color combination in every way.

While we are on the subject of aesthetics, let us compare the respective facilities in which our teams play. While my team's edifice is blessed with architectural splendor and the most modern of amenities, yours is a thoroughly unpleasant place in which to watch a sporting contest. I know of what I speak, for I once attended a game between our respective teams in your facility. Let's just say the experience left me wishing that my car was inoperable that day due to mechanical problems, rendering it impossible for me to get to your area to attend the game.

If you need another reason why the sporting franchise representing my area is superior, look no further than the supporters for the two sides. Not only are the supporters of the team from my region more spirited, but they are also more intelligent and of finer breeding than you and the rest of your ilk. In addition, the female supporters of the team from my area possess more attractive countenances and figures than yours. Some of the women from my side that I have observed could make a living by posing for pictures for major men's magazines. The women who cheer for your team, I'm afraid, are far too unattractive to do so.

One of the more pathetic aspects of the team from your area is the fact that only people in your immediate area possess an affinity for it. By means of contrast, the team from my area inspires loyalty and affection in individuals who live in many other geographic locations.

To illustrate this point, let me tell a brief story: Recently, I was on vacation in an area of the country far away from my own, and I saw many individuals wearing items of clothing that bore the insignia of my team. I approached one such individual and asked him if he originated from my area. He said no, explaining that he simply liked the team from my area and had for many years. Interestingly enough, during this trip, I saw no clothing or other paraphernalia bearing the insignia of your team.

Do you still doubt that the team from your area is inferior to the one from mine? Just look at our teams' respective histories. In the past, we have defeated you on any number of occasions. Granted, there were times when your team beat my team, but those were lucky flukes.

The day of the game will soon be at hand. And no matter how hard you pray to a higher power or how many foam accoutrements you wear in support of the team from your area, your team will be defeated. We will win and you will lose. This is your fate.

Prepare for humiliation. It shall be upon you at the designated hour.

(Note: for any Seawolves fortunate enough to make it past the first sentence, this is an all time Onion classic: http://www.theonion.com/blogpost/you-will-suffer-humiliation-when-the-sports-team-f-10804)

Jimjamesak
11-23-2015, 07:37 PM
As you can see from the calendar, the game is coming up this weekend. I'm sure you are as excited for it as I am, as our cities are rivals and have been for quite some time. Your confidence in your team is high, but rest assured, you will suffer humiliation when the sports team from my area defeats the sports team from your area.

On numerous occasions, you have expressed the conviction that your area's sports team will be victorious. I must admit that every time I hear you make this proclamation, I react with both laughter and disbelief. "Ha!" I say to myself with laughter. "What?!" I say to myself in disbelief. How could you believe that your sports team could beat my sports team? It is clear that yours is inferior in every way.

When the sporting contest begins, the players on your team will be treated as though they are inconsequential. It will be remarkably easy for my team to accumulate more points than yours. There are many reasons for this, starting with the inferior physical attributes of the players representing your area. Strength, speed, and agility are just three of the qualities that the players on the team from your area lack. The players representing my area, on the other hand, have these traits in abundance.

I would not be a bit surprised if the individuals on the team from your area were sexually attracted to members of their own gender. That is how ineffective they are on the field of battle.

Underscoring your team's inferiority is its choice of colors. It is ludicrous to believe that your team's colors inspire either respect or fear. Instead, they appear to have been chosen by someone who is colorblind or, perhaps, bereft of sight altogether. The colors for my team, on the other hand, are aesthetically pleasing when placed in proximity to one another. They are a superior color combination in every way.

While we are on the subject of aesthetics, let us compare the respective facilities in which our teams play. While my team's edifice is blessed with architectural splendor and the most modern of amenities, yours is a thoroughly unpleasant place in which to watch a sporting contest. I know of what I speak, for I once attended a game between our respective teams in your facility. Let's just say the experience left me wishing that my car was inoperable that day due to mechanical problems, rendering it impossible for me to get to your area to attend the game.

If you need another reason why the sporting franchise representing my area is superior, look no further than the supporters for the two sides. Not only are the supporters of the team from my region more spirited, but they are also more intelligent and of finer breeding than you and the rest of your ilk. In addition, the female supporters of the team from my area possess more attractive countenances and figures than yours. Some of the women from my side that I have observed could make a living by posing for pictures for major men's magazines. The women who cheer for your team, I'm afraid, are far too unattractive to do so.

One of the more pathetic aspects of the team from your area is the fact that only people in your immediate area possess an affinity for it. By means of contrast, the team from my area inspires loyalty and affection in individuals who live in many other geographic locations.

To illustrate this point, let me tell a brief story: Recently, I was on vacation in an area of the country far away from my own, and I saw many individuals wearing items of clothing that bore the insignia of my team. I approached one such individual and asked him if he originated from my area. He said no, explaining that he simply liked the team from my area and had for many years. Interestingly enough, during this trip, I saw no clothing or other paraphernalia bearing the insignia of your team.

Do you still doubt that the team from your area is inferior to the one from mine? Just look at our teams' respective histories. In the past, we have defeated you on any number of occasions. Granted, there were times when your team beat my team, but those were lucky flukes.

The day of the game will soon be at hand. And no matter how hard you pray to a higher power or how many foam accoutrements you wear in support of the team from your area, your team will be defeated. We will win and you will lose. This is your fate.

Prepare for humiliation. It shall be upon you at the designated hour.

(Note: for any Seawolves fortunate enough to make it past the first sentence, this is an all time Onion classic: http://www.theonion.com/blogpost/you-will-suffer-humiliation-when-the-sports-team-f-10804)
tl;dr (https://youtu.be/XGbqGkS1c2w).

:p

Suze
11-25-2015, 06:42 PM
As you can see from the calendar, the game is coming up this weekend. I'm sure you are as excited for it as I am, as our cities are rivals and have been for quite some time. Your confidence in your team is high, but rest assured, you will suffer humiliation when the sports team from my area defeats the sports team from your area.

On numerous occasions, you have expressed the conviction that your area's sports team will be victorious. I must admit that every time I hear you make this proclamation, I react with both laughter and disbelief. "Ha!" I say to myself with laughter. "What?!" I say to myself in disbelief. How could you believe that your sports team could beat my sports team? It is clear that yours is inferior in every way.

When the sporting contest begins, the players on your team will be treated as though they are inconsequential. It will be remarkably easy for my team to accumulate more points than yours. There are many reasons for this, starting with the inferior physical attributes of the players representing your area. Strength, speed, and agility are just three of the qualities that the players on the team from your area lack. The players representing my area, on the other hand, have these traits in abundance.

I would not be a bit surprised if the individuals on the team from your area were sexually attracted to members of their own gender. That is how ineffective they are on the field of battle.

Underscoring your team's inferiority is its choice of colors. It is ludicrous to believe that your team's colors inspire either respect or fear. Instead, they appear to have been chosen by someone who is colorblind or, perhaps, bereft of sight altogether. The colors for my team, on the other hand, are aesthetically pleasing when placed in proximity to one another. They are a superior color combination in every way.

While we are on the subject of aesthetics, let us compare the respective facilities in which our teams play. While my team's edifice is blessed with architectural splendor and the most modern of amenities, yours is a thoroughly unpleasant place in which to watch a sporting contest. I know of what I speak, for I once attended a game between our respective teams in your facility. Let's just say the experience left me wishing that my car was inoperable that day due to mechanical problems, rendering it impossible for me to get to your area to attend the game.

If you need another reason why the sporting franchise representing my area is superior, look no further than the supporters for the two sides. Not only are the supporters of the team from my region more spirited, but they are also more intelligent and of finer breeding than you and the rest of your ilk. In addition, the female supporters of the team from my area possess more attractive countenances and figures than yours. Some of the women from my side that I have observed could make a living by posing for pictures for major men's magazines. The women who cheer for your team, I'm afraid, are far too unattractive to do so.

One of the more pathetic aspects of the team from your area is the fact that only people in your immediate area possess an affinity for it. By means of contrast, the team from my area inspires loyalty and affection in individuals who live in many other geographic locations.

To illustrate this point, let me tell a brief story: Recently, I was on vacation in an area of the country far away from my own, and I saw many individuals wearing items of clothing that bore the insignia of my team. I approached one such individual and asked him if he originated from my area. He said no, explaining that he simply liked the team from my area and had for many years. Interestingly enough, during this trip, I saw no clothing or other paraphernalia bearing the insignia of your team.

Do you still doubt that the team from your area is inferior to the one from mine? Just look at our teams' respective histories. In the past, we have defeated you on any number of occasions. Granted, there were times when your team beat my team, but those were lucky flukes.

The day of the game will soon be at hand. And no matter how hard you pray to a higher power or how many foam accoutrements you wear in support of the team from your area, your team will be defeated. We will win and you will lose. This is your fate.

Prepare for humiliation. It shall be upon you at the designated hour.

(Note: for any Seawolves fortunate enough to make it past the first sentence, this is an all time Onion classic: http://www.theonion.com/blogpost/you-will-suffer-humiliation-when-the-sports-team-f-10804)

HA! I knew while reading this that it didn't sound like "you". ;)

Alaska Hockey
11-26-2015, 01:31 AM
HA! I knew while reading this that it didn't sound like "you". ;)

The Onion was used for a lot of term papers for the UA_ Hockey team in past years.

Alaska Hockey
12-06-2015, 04:08 AM
UAA and UA_ That about sums it up.

Well who's coming to town for the odd year holiday shopping and Hockey series?

_airbanks is probably the only team where fans don't like to talk about coming to town to their fellow coworkers, neighbors, relatives, even the guys at the mall ,because all would have a list of crap a mile long for you to pick up for them and they will pay you when you bring it over.

Jimjamesak
12-06-2015, 06:00 PM
It's time to win this *ing thing.

Squarebanks
12-06-2015, 10:51 PM
It's time to win this *ing thing.

I suggest you take lots of penalties in order to have the best chance of scoring against us.

Alaska Hockey
12-07-2015, 01:41 AM
I suggest you take lots of penalties in order to have the best chance of scoring against us.

I presume the almost Embellishment acting class must not be working out?

Suze
12-07-2015, 01:51 AM
I suggest you take lots of penalties in order to have the best chance of scoring against us.

No kidding. I watched (with great amusement) the two short handed goals that the Lakers scored this past weekend.

Suze
12-07-2015, 01:52 AM
I presume the almost Embellishment acting class must not be working out?

Embellishment is the WCHA ref's new favorite penalty. They have all but forgotten what an actual CFB penalty looks like.

uaafanblog
12-07-2015, 01:55 AM
I suggest you take lots of penalties in order to have the best chance of scoring against us.

Be interesting to see if the WCHA assigns newbs to ref this ... we've had loads of newb refs it seems this season. Nobody we've played has committed a major penalty against us. Not to play the victim ... I think we're just going to overcome the zebra conspiracy with excellent play.

Historically, UAF has not only quantitatively but qualitatively run UAA goalies far beyond any other competition. Actually, it seems like a tradition. I mention this trait of the team up north because this season I've never seen a UAA goalie run as often as Mantha has been. Penn State ran him at least 6 times in two games and few if any series saw much lower numbers. I have no scientific basis for this claim. It's entirely anecdotal but I'm reasonably certain of my current perceptions versus my memory of past seasons.

So, how many times is UAF going to run Mantha this weekend?

Suze
12-07-2015, 02:20 AM
Be interesting to see if the WCHA assigns newbs to ref this ... we've had loads of newb refs it seems this season. Nobody we've played has committed a major penalty against us. Not to play the victim ... I think we're just going to overcome the zebra conspiracy with excellent play.

Historically, UAF has not only quantitatively but qualitatively run UAA goalies far beyond any other competition. Actually, it seems like a tradition. I mention this trait of the team up north because this season I've never seen a UAA goalie run as often as Mantha has been. Penn State ran him at least 6 times in two games and few if any series saw much lower numbers. I have no scientific basis for this claim. It's entirely anecdotal but I'm reasonably certain of my current perceptions versus my memory of past seasons.

So, how many times is UAF going to run Mantha this weekend?

Probably at least once each game. Mantha is tough though ... the only other UAA goalie who got runover consistently was Lawson, but he was always getting hurt.

On PAPER this series surely favors UAA. Coming off a sweep of Tech in Houghton, while Tech and Lake State just swept the Nanooks in their barn. However, when these two teams meet throw all the stats out the window. Remember UAA's season from "HE double hockey sticks"? Yep, that one. I think the Nanooks were the only win that season. Lots of ties, but UA_ was the only team UAA beat. Nuff said. It's gonna take the same effort it took against Tech. So don't get cocky Seawolves. Work hard and the 4 points are yours.

mmf
12-07-2015, 02:24 AM
So, how many times is UAF going to run Mantha this weekend?

You guys have this one in the bag. I heard Coach Thomas was going to rest his starters.

Suze
12-07-2015, 02:25 AM
You guys have this one in the bag. I heard Coach Thomas was going to rest his starters.

I hope Mantha plays both games. And I hope the banged up guys are healed up!

Seawolf Fan
12-07-2015, 02:43 AM
However, when these two teams meet throw all the stats out the window.
Amen
Nuff said

Squarebanks
12-07-2015, 12:52 PM
Historically, UAF has not only quantitatively but qualitatively run UAA goalies far beyond any other competition. Actually, it seems like a tradition.

It's because we do not like you.

Squarebanks
12-07-2015, 12:58 PM
You guys have this one in the bag. I heard Coach Thomas was going to rest his starters.

Any word if Frye is playing this weekend? That was a whopper of a blindside hit he took Saturday and he took a long time to get up. Bad loss for us if he's out.

Alaska Hockey
12-07-2015, 12:59 PM
You guys have this one in the bag. I heard Coach Thomas was going to rest his starters.

where did you find that bag? ...no don't tell me.

I do have to say and it's hard, but Bruce has stepped up his show. But that Huntsville announcer....... He is the new hands down red lantern winner.