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    Quote Originally Posted by ARM View Post
    I think that this is some diabolic plot of yours designed to have us all dreaming up conspiracy theories regarding, "What happened to '9'???"
    LOL look man I am VERY tired hahaha

    I should omit the number 9 in everything I do this year just out of spite... that's hilarious
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy A View Post
    Nice try. I'm curious how their speed suddenly got better with the addition of maybe 1 skater? (if I do recall correctly)
    Practice, practice and practice....

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    Quote Originally Posted by drewkal View Post
    Practice, practice and practice....
    yes, in addition, with experience comes the knowledge of when and how to use it
    whatever a players speed is as a freshman, by the time they are seniors they may appear to be faster simply for that reason despite no increase in actual speed

    but TA is correct, I am just yanking chains, they are no faster, in fact probably slower than last year
    watching them is like watching a glacier
    I'm sure Colgate would agree
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    Quote Originally Posted by pokechecker View Post
    but TA is correct, I am just yanking chains, they are no faster, in fact probably slower than last year watching them is like watching a glacier. I'm sure Colgate would agree
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    1. Sinbad - They have electrified their magic carpet ride
    2. Soda - Ubetcha there's some pop in this lineup
    3. Fighting Nurses - Need some of that healing power for their lineup
    4. Dogs.1 - Dogs pounded an EZAC cupcake.
    5. DIrty birds - So far, they're reaching heights not thought possible with the defections.
    6. Kitty Cats - Will the roar be restored?
    7. Candy Corn - Seems like it will be Halloween before they show up.
    8. Yuckeyes - Muzzled the dogs in Cloudville.
    9. Dogs.2 - Roonied a road sweep bid by the Nurses.
    10 Dogs.3 - Sux2bu when Dogs.1 took a bigger bite out of the common EZAC cupcake.
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    Re: USCHO Poster Poll: '19-'20

    looking forward to a season of Three Dog Night riffs from FHF!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdtime's . . . View Post
    looking forward to a season of Three Dog Night riffs from FHF!
    A lot to work with there...

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    I also had a request for 80's hair metal from Tim so I have to work on that as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveHoleFrenzy View Post
    A lot to work with there...

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    I also had a request for 80's hair metal from Tim so I have to work on that as well.
    It's a long season, so there should be time for a Weird Al Yankovic week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicb View Post
    (1) Wisconsin
    (2) Minnesota
    (3) Princeton
    (4) Northeastern
    (5) Cornell
    (6) Clarkson (Missing Lonergan and McGill make me drop my Knights)
    (7) Boston University
    (8) Ohio State
    (9) Boston College
    (10) Minnesota Duluth
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    Re: USCHO Poster Poll: '19-'20

    I'm going to do this eventually I'm just overseas at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyTheTiger20 View Post
    I'm going to do this eventually I'm just overseas at the moment
    Is that a euphemism?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leather helmet View Post
    Is that a euphemism?
    Pff lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leather helmet View Post
    there should be time for a Weird Al Yankovic week.
    Time indeed...

    1. Wisconsin - Gump
    2. Minnesota - It's All About the Pentiums
    3. Clarkson - Ebay
    4. Northeastern - Trapped In The Drive-Thru
    5. Princeton - Sports Song
    6. bc - Smells Like Nirvana
    7. Cornell - I Lost On Jeopardy
    8. UMD - I'll Sue Ya
    9. Ohio State - Amish Paradise
    10 Robert Morris - Bob

    And some parting riffs for Thirdtime's... Mama Told Me Not To Come
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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveHoleFrenzy View Post
    And some parting riffs for Thirdtime's... Mama Told Me Not To Come
    Thx, great song. It's a good thing Mama didnít know Weird Al!

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    This week's theme is Tim's request of 80's Hair Metal Bands...

    1. Wisconsin - Who's The One
    2. Minnesota - More Than Words
    3. Northeastern - Nothin' But A Good Time
    4. Boston College - Don't Know What you've Got (Till It's Gone)
    5. Clarkson - What You Give
    6. Princeton - Here I Go Again
    7. Cornell - I Saw Red
    8. Robert Morris - We're Not Gonna Take It Any More
    9. Boston University - Livin' On A Prayer
    10. Ohio State - Same Ol' Situation (S.O.S.)

    And the parting riffs provided by TDN...Out In The Country
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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveHoleFrenzy View Post
    This week's theme is Tim's request of 80 Hair Metal Bands...

    1. Wisconsin - Who's The One
    2. Minnesota - More Than Words
    3. Northeastern - Nothin' But A Good Time
    4. Boston College - Don't Know What you've Got (Till It's Gone)
    5. Clarkson - What You Give
    6. Princeton - Here I Go Again
    7. Cornell - I Saw Red
    8. Robert Morris - We're Not Gonna Take It Any More
    9. Boston University - Livin' On A Prayer
    10. Ohio State - Same Ol' Situation (S.O.S.)

    And the parting riffs provided by TDN...Out In The Country
    Very clever. You’ve put UMD out in the country so now TDN=Two Dog Night.
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    1. Wisconsin
    2. Cornell
    3. Northeastern
    4. Minnesota
    5. Clarkson
    6. Princeton
    7. Boston College
    8. Ohio St
    9. Minnesota-Duluth
    10. Robert Morris

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    Re: USCHO Poster Poll: '19-'20

    Quote Originally Posted by FiveHoleFrenzy View Post
    This week's theme is Tim's request of 80's Hair Metal Bands...

    1. Wisconsin - Who's The One
    2. Minnesota - More Than Words
    3. Northeastern - Nothin' But A Good Time
    4. Boston College - Don't Know What you've Got (Till It's Gone)
    5. Clarkson - What You Give
    6. Princeton - Here I Go Again
    7. Cornell - I Saw Red
    8. Robert Morris - We're Not Gonna Take It Any More
    9. Boston University - Livin' On A Prayer
    10. Ohio State - Same Ol' Situation (S.O.S.)

    And the parting riffs provided by TDN...Out In The Country
    How did you remember that?

    Trying to work some of my favorites bands in.....For MN I prefer Winger's "Head For A Heartbreak".
    BC's could be Dokken's "Alone Again" but your choice is very good.
    I can't find spot for a White Lion tune at the moment, but I should probably get back to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy A View Post
    BC's could be Dokken's "Alone Again" but your choice is very good.
    (TOTALLY unrelated to hockey, so feel free to skip over; I thought Tim might be interested.)

    When I moved to Los Angeles in the spring of 1983, I spent the first year or so living with a friend from high school in the back house on a two house lot in Redondo Beach. In the front house was a woman and her young daughter. The woman worked various jobs to make ends meet - waitress, etc, even as a stripper in a local club. (No, it wasn't a particularly 'bad' neighborhood.) And on occasion, she would have people over for parties, etc., sometimes late into the night and sometimes LOUD into the night, which was mildly annoying if we in the back house had to work in the morning. Loud because some of them were in a band that played in local South Bay clubs. I'm 'burying' the obvious lead; the band was Dokken. At that point they were somewhat known locally, but not yet known nationally? I was and am not at all a 'hair band' fan, so the name meant nothing to me at the time. IIRC, sometimes one or more of the band members were there baby-sitting the daughter. No idea who was who, don't remember the woman's name, and I just looked on Google street view and as best I can tell, the houses aren't there anymore. (Huntington Lane, a couple houses east of Flagler St, north side of street.)

    You live in southern CA for any length of time, you have 'everyday' encounters with people of some level of fame or another. I have dozens of such exciting stories. :-)
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    Re: USCHO Poster Poll: '19-'20

    Quote Originally Posted by robertearle View Post
    (TOTALLY unrelated to hockey, so feel free to skip over; I thought Tim might be interested.)

    When I moved to Los Angeles in the spring of 1983, I spent the first year or so living with a friend from high school in the back house on a two house lot in Redondo Beach. In the front house was a woman and her young daughter. The woman worked various jobs to make ends meet - waitress, etc, even as a stripper in a local club. (No, it wasn't a particularly 'bad' neighborhood.) And on occasion, she would have people over for parties, etc., sometimes late into the night and sometimes LOUD into the night, which was mildly annoying if we in the back house had to work in the morning. Loud because some of them were in a band that played in local South Bay clubs. I'm 'burying' the obvious lead; the band was Dokken. At that point they were somewhat known locally, but not yet known nationally? I was and am not at all a 'hair band' fan, so the name meant nothing to me at the time. IIRC, sometimes one or more of the band members were there baby-sitting the daughter. No idea who was who, don't remember the woman's name, and I just looked on Google street view and as best I can tell, the houses aren't there anymore. (Huntington Lane, a couple houses east of Flagler St, north side of street.)

    You live in southern CA for any length of time, you have 'everyday' encounters with people of some level of fame or another. I have dozens of such exciting stories. :-)
    Cool story. 1981 was the release of their first album, in 83 they released the video for "Breaking The Chains", (an all time favorite of mine) so at that point they hadn't cracked the bigtime yet. 1984's Tooth & Nail album propelled them to stardom. I didn't really latch onto to them until 85, then worked my way backwards. I don't like that they get labeled a hair band because they were big before the big hair came into vogue.

    I wouldn't mind hearing some more of your bump intos with the famous, very good reading.
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