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aparch
02-10-2010, 04:03 PM
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Billy Blanks
02-10-2010, 04:38 PM
Is Judy Bailey still hanging onto the reins over at WMU?

If she is, then I am quite positive we sweep this series!

DETBrass27
02-10-2010, 04:53 PM
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It never gets old. I hope they don't accuse NMU fans for being d**** like they did a few years ago after they left the rink. Good times.

/only about 10 people know what I'm talking about, and therefore know why I think that was fun.

nmupiccdiva
02-10-2010, 05:08 PM
It never gets old. I hope they don't accuse NMU fans for being d**** like they did a few years ago after they left the rink. Good times.

/only about 10 people know what I'm talking about, and therefore know why I think that was fun.

Was that the year we hung out by the bus as they were leaving?? I was part of that...

MOJO
02-10-2010, 05:21 PM
The fact that fans are looking straight past Western has me worried that the team might be doing the same :(

This will be a major issue that I hope Walt has been addressing all week... It can't be stated enough that Western can be a very dangerous team and they can steal W's... There are 6 crucial points on the line THIS weekend... Worry about Friday, and then start worrying about Saturday around 10:30pm Friday night... Right now, each game is just as important as all the others...

Raceboarder, I think going forward that this link just about says everything about this weekend and each game going forward. If it isn't the motto I wouldn't know what is...in fact it should be played during introductions and before the team takes to the ice...call me old school but "if the shoe fits, wear it!!!"...

The time is Right Now!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94Z-XblP3BE

aparch
02-10-2010, 06:04 PM
Oh, and Patrick Gallivan says "hello."

Seems at least one WMU grad knew what to do with their life after college. (Continuing DetBrass's comment) :D

Taz
02-10-2010, 08:41 PM
Is Judy Bailey still hanging onto the reins over at WMU?

NO!!!! She's been gone since August of 2006.

nmupiccdiva
02-10-2010, 08:52 PM
Both Michigan Directional Hockey schools are rid of her:


In January 2007, Bailey became a senior fellow at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.

Bailey is currently (as of Dec. 2007) serving as Interim Senior Executive Director of Enrollment Management at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.

bronconick
02-10-2010, 09:07 PM
For her husband's sake, I hope the bars down in Greenville are excellent.

(IIRC, her husband was a regular at a bar or two during her time in K-zoo. Who could blame him?)

NMU8405
02-10-2010, 10:16 PM
The fact that fans are looking straight past Western has me worried that the team might be doing the same :(

This will be a major issue that I hope Walt has been addressing all week... It can't be stated enough that Western can be a very dangerous team and they can steal W's... There are 6 crucial points on the line THIS weekend... Worry about Friday, and then start worrying about Saturday around 10:30pm Friday night... Right now, each game is just as important as all the others...

Huh? Ive got my Tickets to the Joe. Im packed and ready to go!!!!!

RaceBoarder
02-11-2010, 12:13 AM
Huh? Ive got my Tickets to the Joe. Im packed and ready to go!!!!!

I think you are a week early on that one :p

davyd83
02-11-2010, 09:44 AM
NO!!!! She's been gone since August of 2006.

Which was about six months after they gave her a raise and a contract extension!:p :D

davyd83
02-11-2010, 09:58 AM
This week we begin a pair of intermission features. In the first intermissions we will take a look at the World Hockey Association, which merged with the NHL in 1979 after competing with the NHL for seven season. The league had a big affect on how the pro game has evolved, spurring changes in free agency, rule changes and introducing new markets and European players to the pro game in the day when the NHL had just 14 teams, less than half its current membership. Among our guests will be former Chicago Blackhawk Bryan Campbell, who along with two other Hawks, joined teammate Bobby Hull among the first to jump to the new league. Also included will be Frank Beaton, who played for Cincinnati, Edmonton and Birmingham, Dave Hanson (of Slap Shot fame), the only Hanson brother never to play in Marquette, although his son Christian did as a member of the Notre Dame squad, and Rick Vaive who would go on to score over 440 NHL goals, and was one of six underage players to sign with the WHA Birmingham Bulls at age 19, when the NHL prohibited players under 20 from signing.

In our second intermission "Casa Calabria Where Are They Now?" series, we will begin a discussion with Eric LeMarque, who played thru 1990. He lost his lower legs six years ago this week when he became lost in the California mountains while extreme snowboarding, and spent eight days in the wilderness in sub freezing temperatures before being rescued. I had originally planned for these to be short series, but all of our guests had so many interesting stories, opinions and analyses, that we've got enough feature material to take us through the rest of the regular season and into the playoffs. LeMarque's book "Crystal Clear" has been on the best seller lists and tells of his battles with addiction, his struggle to survive and how he has turned his life around. If you were unable to see him on campus in November, this will give you a great view of his incredible story,

Hope you enjoy!

DETBrass27
02-11-2010, 10:04 AM
Was that the year we hung out by the bus as they were leaving?? I was part of that...

yup yup haha

moe24
02-11-2010, 11:14 AM
For her husband's sake, I hope the bars down in Greenville are excellent.

(IIRC, her husband was a regular at a bar or two during her time in K-zoo. Who could blame him?)

I think he drank more then Steve Hawkins. :eek:

Billy Blanks
02-11-2010, 11:38 AM
I'm intrigued to read Eric's book. I am going to head out of Barnes and Noble this afternoon to see if I can find it. Thanks for the heads up Dave.

MissThundercat
02-11-2010, 02:59 PM
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Which reminds me, at least Riley Gill knows the water bottle is tethered to the net.

And I'm not looking past Western either. Western always gets their game up for Northern; I remember the 0-0 tie from a couple years ago.

MOJO
02-11-2010, 03:47 PM
Yeah, I wouldn't look past them as well. There have been some epic playoff series in Marquette with them and it seems:eek: like they can sneak up on ya like Wayne State...

I just want to see NMU rolling this weekend with contributions across the board and solid play defensively in front of Stewie.

kariya
02-11-2010, 03:56 PM
Remember the epic battle in 2002 against Western, we lost 9-7. That was a heck of a game, eh??

aparch
02-11-2010, 04:11 PM
That game was March of 2001, and I do remember that game.