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HarleyMC
10-03-2009, 04:05 PM
Do you have any facts to back that up? Where's your proof of it's validity?

I'm not questioning it.

Dirty
10-03-2009, 04:08 PM
I'm not questioning it.

So you can't prove your comment "Otherwise it's best to not make comments you can't prove."?

HarleyMC
10-03-2009, 04:33 PM
So you can't prove your comment "Otherwise it's best to not make comments you can't prove."?

I trust the integrity of the data based upon the reputation of the individuals (editors, writers, media and coaches) who participate in a hockey website that has national exposure.

The point is the burden of proof is on the one who questions the data and the statistical instruments used. If so, you have to produce the data to refute it. Then you can prove INCH is a unreliable source.

Dirty
10-03-2009, 04:39 PM
Thanks for not answering my question.

HarleyMC
10-03-2009, 04:48 PM
Thanks for not answering my question.

Proof based upon the reputation of the participants is a valid argument. Brian has to prove their reputation to produce reliable data is flawed. The burden of proof is always on the one who questions the data.

wasmania
10-03-2009, 05:08 PM
Leave Harley alone can't you see he's got enough to do with his heavy sophomore social science load. He doesn't have time to educate all of us on philosophy, logic, stats for the sociologist, AND college hockey

Puck Swami
10-03-2009, 07:31 PM
Gopher fans should love this if they haven't seen it already....

http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/blog/puck_daddy/post/How-4-year-old-boy-mastered-Miracle-speech-in-?urn=nhl,193765

MinnesotaNorthStar
10-03-2009, 07:55 PM
I'm pretty sure that one went right over your head. :pAre you surprised? :p


That would be great, show me the stuff and I'll accept the premise. Otherwise it's best to not make comments you can't prove.:)
They're associated with ESPN...what more proof do you need? :D

brianvf
10-03-2009, 10:35 PM
I don't think so. Correct me if I'm wrong, but my understanding is you believe INCH is an unreliable source of information ("check the source").

I do think so. :p
I was joking...poking fun at INCH (thus the ;) ). No need to get wound up. :)


I'm sure brian conducted a seven year scientific study on INCH and will be happy to share everything he learned.

But yes, I did do this.


Brian has to prove their reputation to produce reliable data is flawed.

I'm pretty sure I don't have to do anything to prove an opinion on a message board. :D

Happy
10-03-2009, 10:40 PM
Clearly, if Dirty is involved, the data must be flawed. By the way, where is the best place to go on the net for the latest UND arrest reports?

brianvf
10-03-2009, 10:49 PM
By the way, where is the best place to go on the net for the latest UND arrest reports?

I usually go here (http://www.badgerbadgerbadger.com/) for the most up-to-date reports.

HarleyMC
10-04-2009, 10:28 AM
Leave Harley alone can't you see he's got enough to do with his heavy sophomore social science load. He doesn't have time to educate all of us on philosophy, logic, stats for the sociologist, AND college hockey

Hey Was!, I was wondering when you'd get a bundle in your grundle and visit your real home thread again.;)


I do think so. :p
I was joking...poking fun at INCH (thus the ;) ). No need to get wound up. :

I'll have to try harder not to take any of your dumb, humorless posts seriously next time ;) (thus the ;) ) . Straighten out Minnesota "Falling" Star too because he apparently didn't comprehend your attempt at humor either.:D


I'm pretty sure I don't have to do anything to prove an opinion on a message board.

It depends on the content of your opinion. If you make a generalized critical statement about a high profile individual or organization, most people want an explanation.:) Except for Sioux fans.:D

brianvf
10-04-2009, 11:46 AM
I'll have to try harder not to take any of your dumb, humorless posts seriously next time ;).

You've been posting here since May 08 and are just realizing this now about my posts? :eek: :)


It depends on the content of your opinion.

Nope, no explanation needed, especially when talking about INCH.
Even INCH realizes that it is the stepchild of the college hockey websites. ;)

HarleyMC
10-04-2009, 12:50 PM
You've been posting here since May 08 and are just realizing this now about my posts? :eek: :)

I'm slowly catching on.;)

Timothy A
10-04-2009, 07:20 PM
Authentic.....don't forget Authentic. :)

When Eaves called my son hung up on him. ;)
He's now a Jr (he's young for his school class & was old for his his hockey age designation) in HS and no longer playing hockey - he was a solid B player but his HS team is a really good so he decided to Nordic Ski during the winter. Your boys still playing?

My oldest son, who is a real hockey nut, gave up the sport for the good of the family. His little sister has developemental/learning/physical issues and his younger brother has ADHD, so all the extra time my wife and I have is dedicated to the 2 younger siblings. We don't live in the same town the rink is at/his teamates live in, so time was a big issue for us. Once he goes to high school next year he'd be out of hockey anyway because he's going to a Lutheran High School 40 miles from the town where the rink is. He does other actvities besides hockey that are here in town, so it isn't like he's not doing other fun athletic stuff, just not hockey. But he and I both really his the rink and the youth games a lot.:( But his sister is coming along pretty good all things considered.

Younger ADHD son was removed from hockey to focus on school. He doesn't really miss hockey. He is very athletically gifted, I always wonder how far he could have gone in hockey. He too is making gains, but it's been an uphill climb. This ADHD thing is a tough nut to crack and keep cracked.

Best wishes to the Greyeagle family from the Timothy A family.

ScoobyDoo
10-04-2009, 08:10 PM
Gophers 6 vs. UBC 1

Patterson in nets for the first two periods. Kremer for the third. No Kangas.

Helgeson is very tall. Still needs to fill out a little, but man that is one tall kid. Scoring by committee seems to be the word of the day. Hoeffel, Barriball, Lucia, Leddy, Sachetti, and Fairchild all netting a goal a piece. Leddy showing some of his offensive smarts cheating up on a PP to net it on a cross net pass to the open side.

The only one of the freshmen I didn't notice much was Budish. Not sure why to be honest. Flynn was a beast all over the ice. One thing I noticed was neither Wehrs nor Miller were playing but Schack was out there.

Looked better defensively. Didn't get pushed around. Just one bad turnover in the neutral zone caused the one goal against. Over all I was pretty pleased. I didn't see anything that caused me concern.

Greyeagle
10-04-2009, 10:06 PM
My oldest son, who is a real hockey nut, gave up the sport for the good of the family. His little sister has developemental/learning/physical issues and his younger brother has ADHD, so all the extra time my wife and I have is dedicated to the 2 younger siblings. We don't live in the same town the rink is at/his teamates live in, so time was a big issue for us. Once he goes to high school next year he'd be out of hockey anyway because he's going to a Lutheran High School 40 miles from the town where the rink is. He does other actvities besides hockey that are here in town, so it isn't like he's not doing other fun athletic stuff, just not hockey. But he and I both really his the rink and the youth games a lot.:( But his sister is coming along pretty good all things considered.

Younger ADHD son was removed from hockey to focus on school. He doesn't really miss hockey. He is very athletically gifted, I always wonder how far he could have gone in hockey. He too is making gains, but it's been an uphill climb. This ADHD thing is a tough nut to crack and keep cracked.

Best wishes to the Greyeagle family from the Timothy A family.

He must be a tremendous kid, the apple doesn't fall far, eh? Glad they are all doing well. My kids are in local Catholic schools soI fully understand the financial hit, but it's easily the best money we've ever invested. Better let this roll back to hockey, I will start hating you again later this season. :)

HarleyMC
10-05-2009, 12:19 AM
Patterson in nets for the first two periods. Kremer for the third. No Kangas.

I read in another report on Media Day that tDon indicated Patterson may see more ice time this season. Surprised Kangas didn't get a look though.

state of hockey
10-05-2009, 12:27 AM
I read in another report on Media Day that tDon indicated Patterson may see more ice time this season. Surprised Kangas didn't get a look though.

Well, Patterson is a fourth rounder and Kangas is a fifth. Not that it means a dang thing, of course. Especially with goalies.

HarleyMC
10-05-2009, 12:32 AM
Kangas doesn't really need a "warm-up" against a crappy Canadian team. He's that good.;)