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    Quote Originally Posted by SJHovey View Post
    ... fishing the puck out of the back of your own net.
    0.874

    That is Philly's team save ratio.

    Only time I'd want a number like that associated with my team's defense would be for PP kills.
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    Just taking some notes for future reference:

    Philly today: 31 GP, 12-15-4, 28 pts, 93 GF, 116 GA
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    @MickHatten: So you want to be an NHL head coach? Consider this: The Philadelphia Flyers have been in the league since 1967. Dave Hakstol has the third-longest tenure (277 games) among the organization's head coaches after ... less than 3 1/2 seasons: Fred Shero (554) and Mike Keenan (320).

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    Hope he's ok

    @ByMHarrington: Rick Jeanneret was taken from the arena on a stretcher during the third period. I saw him wheeled out of the press box. No word on his condition. #Sabres https://buffalonews.com/2018/12/22/r...res-broadcast/

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    Sybil pens screwing up their ‘dump for hughes’ Strategy

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    Gary Bettman better not read this. Make sure the translate feature is turned on.

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    They screwed him up real bad. Like some of these ex-NFL guys, I think he'll be lucky to make it to 50. Probably would've killed himself by now if not for his family's support.
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    So far
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    Zombie Nation x 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    So far
    Brass Bonanza x 4
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    You watching the Carolina/Hartford throwback game?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    You watching the Carolina/Hartford throwback game?
    Yep - until Wings / Leafs at 730

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    @Oystie74: I have stepped away from the Humboldt Broncos. Despite the extreme stress and constant pressure of working with the organization, I gave them everything I possibly could and am proud of their performance, and mine, this season.
    I will issue a proper statement shortly.

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    Well, my Sister got my Dad and I tickets to the Winter Classic for Christmas... So I'm checking that off the Bucket List now...

    I will admit that I think we ended up with this gift because sales are really struggling for a number of factors... But she knew it was a big event and tickets were available, so here we are... She does seem legitimately excited to go and experience the whole deal, so yay for that... We're in the top of Sec. 121 (South Endzone) so I already know we'll be a mile away and watching on the Jumbotron... Hopefully it'll be a cool experience... I assume there is stuff to do outside the stadium...

    Any one have any tips for getting in/out of South Bend on gameday? Been reading some not so good reports from football there... Since my Dad needed to keep walking down, we got parking in the Innovation Park lot, which seems adjacent to Compton....
    It's never too early to start the Pre-game festivities

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    Looks like a done deal

    @SportsnetSpec: Hearing CHI-EDM deal boiling down to Brandon Manning and LH D-man Robin Norell (currently in Sweden) to EDM for Drake Caggiula and Jason Garrison.

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    Interesting story about a Twin Cities garbage truck driver who never played hockey but is the Winnipeg Jets Minnesota scout.

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    Has anyone been to a Winter Classic game in person? I watch it every year and it always looks amazing... on my TV screen from my warm living room and couch. I can't imagine it being all that great a live experience. The stands are so far away from the ice I can't imagine you can really see much, and that's to say nothing of the weather...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swansong View Post
    Has anyone been to a Winter Classic game in person? I watch it every year and it always looks amazing... on my TV screen from my warm living room and couch. I can't imagine it being all that great a live experience. The stands are so far away from the ice I can't imagine you can really see much, and that's to say nothing of the weather...
    2020 is in Dallas. So weather should be less of a concern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swansong View Post
    Has anyone been to a Winter Classic game in person? I watch it every year and it always looks amazing... on my TV screen from my warm living room and couch. I can't imagine it being all that great a live experience. The stands are so far away from the ice I can't imagine you can really see much, and that's to say nothing of the weather...
    I went to the Wild-Blackhawks game in February of 2016 that was part of the NHL Stadium Series, and was also part of Hockey Day Minnesota. I'm glad I went, but I wouldn't regularly attend outdoor NHL games.

    We were a long way from the ice so it didn't feel so much like being in a hockey arena with the sounds and speed. It almost felt more like watching it on tv. The weather that day wasn't bad, but you need to be prepared for the sun. It was hard to see when the sun was out if you didn't have sunglasses, and even if you did it wasn't ideal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JF_Gophers View Post
    2020 is in Dallas. So weather should be less of a concern.
    Watch, it will be 60 degrees and pouring rain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JF_Gophers View Post
    2020 is in Dallas. So weather should be less of a concern.
    Some speculation on Twitter that because they haven’t announced an opponent it could mean someone is relocating to Houston. I can’t tell if it’s serious or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    Watch, it will be 60 degrees and pouring rain.
    60 degrees? That's the temperature of most NHL arenas already.


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