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    Re: Maine Hockey Thread II: The Search for Spock

    Originally posted by BobF View Post
    Neither. You may be thinking of Justin Tomberlin who played baseball. More recently Nolan Boike who walked on for hockey his senior year after playing Maine baseball.
    Wayne Conlan was also a two-sport athlete, playing baseball in the spring.

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  • Maineiak
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    Originally posted by BassAle View Post
    Apparently you haven't sat on the couch in my office. I think they picked the most uncomfortable one they could buy on purpose
    The temporary one we borrowed from one of the lounge areas while we waited for this one was much better.
    It's practically like a dorm over there, so just go swap out the couch with the lounge couch after-hours. It'll be just like stealing common area dorm furniture. It'll take the "RAs" a while to figure it out.

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  • BobF
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    Originally posted by BlackI View Post
    Not if Capuano is hired. BTW wasn't Capuano a two sport athlete? Or am I think of Tepper.
    Neither. You may be thinking of Justin Tomberlin who played baseball. More recently Nolan Boike who walked on for hockey his senior year after playing Maine baseball.

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  • UncleRay
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    Not if he thinks Jack can bring back the glory to the Isles. He may have some loyalty to Maine, but I'm betting Garth is far more loyal to his paycheck.

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  • ck1969
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    I wonder what Garth is saying to Jack. I bet he's telling him to go and bring back the glory.

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  • BassAle
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    Originally posted by Maineiak View Post
    /removes BassAle from invitee list for cross-functional task force to set the agenda for a pre-meeting to select a consultant to advise us if we should form a committee to discuss the issue of segregated parking in Lot A.

    //****ed that we can't use the comfy couch and flat panel TV in BassAle's office for said meeting
    Apparently you haven't sat on the couch in my office. I think they picked the most uncomfortable one they could buy on purpose
    The temporary one we borrowed from one of the lounge areas while we waited for this one was much better.

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  • Drew S.
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    Originally posted by walrus View Post
    Still need some one to coach D, Campbell Blair?
    Doesn't Capuano have the record for goals by a dman at Maine

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  • Maineiak
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    Originally posted by BassAle View Post
    I don't know, but I see the same inability to make a decision at my work. You need 50,000 meetings to get anything done that involves multiple departments and it seems most of the people at the meetings don't have a ***** clue. I think they schedule meetings so they have something to do. If it didn't take a million person-hours to make a decision you could fire half of the administration.
    /removes BassAle from invitee list for cross-functional task force to set the agenda for a pre-meeting to select a consultant to advise us if we should form a committee to discuss the issue of segregated parking in Lot A.

    //****ed that we can't use the comfy couch and flat panel TV in BassAle's office for said meeting

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  • walrus
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    Originally posted by BlackI View Post
    o. Capuano with Corkum as a top assistant with a careful choice of a solid recruiter. That would be an overhaul.
    Still need some one to coach D, Campbell Blair?

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  • DoubleA
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    Originally posted by all bear View Post
    It will be Capuano. All signs pointing to it.
    I'm beginning to believe it. Read Abbott's quotes in Larry's article today. Fluid situation, rolling, no application deadline, you could come in and still apply today... Capuano came in late but is interested. Listen to this...This is important...It's been mentioned here a few times already but worth repeating: Cap's family lives here (Bangor) with one kid at Orono now and both come September. That's a very very strong lure in addition to the attraction of the job itself to a Black Bear hockey player.

    He's never at home. He's gone all the time except for a short summer. Has been for years. That may have gotten old to him at this point. Who knows...

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  • Pink Pony
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    Originally posted by all bear View Post
    It will be Capuano. All signs pointing to it.
    I will have a Pink Pony ticker parade if this happens.

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  • BlackI
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    Originally posted by rufus View Post
    And the fans go crazy with excitement. Bonfires!!! Burning motorcycles!!!

    If it's any of those guys, They'll have to win, win right away, and win a lot if there's to be a revival in the enthusiasm for the Maine hockey program.
    Not if Capuano is hired. BTW wasn't Capuano a two sport athlete? Or am I think of Tepper. Anyways, Capuano would bring an enthusiasm. And it might be a win-win where Corkum stays on as top assistant. That could be just what the doctor ordered.

    Having said that, I won't hold my breath as that seems way to hopeful. Given it took so long to get to this point, our luck hasn't been good. So anything more than a snail behind the bench could be aan improvement. But, one can hope, and I do think that would be a deadly scenario. Capuano with Corkum as a top assistant with a careful choice of a solid recruiter. That would be an overhaul.

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    Originally posted by all bear View Post
    It will be Capuano. All signs pointing to it.
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  • all bear
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    It will be Capuano. All signs pointing to it.

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  • gscott13
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    Originally posted by rufus View Post
    And the fans go crazy with excitement. Bonfires!!! Burning motorcycles!!!

    If it's any of those guys, They'll have to win, win right away, and win a lot if there's to be a revival in the enthusiasm for the Maine hockey program.
    You forgot "and hope jimmy struggles in denver"

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