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  • owslachief
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    Originally posted by STATEdude3 View Post
    We generally get an idea of what may happen in terms of late summer defections based on who shows up to help teach at the Michigan State Hockey School. Has anyone heard of a Corey Tropp sighting there over the last couple weeks?
    On the other hand, free agents are moving today. Which means we could hear something tonight or tomorrow regarding left over $$.

    Looks like Buffalo will have about $10 M left under the cap unless they make headline-making pickup.

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  • STATEdude3
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    Originally posted by aallenpollreisz View Post
    Oh, for what it's worth, our greenlines are blue again.
    Thank God. I'm all for the new brand (though it kills me to see the script gone) but the green lines was a terrible idea. I'm going to assume it was just a summer thing. Hollis couldn't be that stupid. Oh wait, Hollis doesn't realize MSU has a hockey program.

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  • owslachief
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    Originally posted by aallenpollreisz View Post
    Oh, for what it's worth, our greenlines are blue again.
    Moment of silence for the Nike green.

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  • aallenpollreisz
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    Oh, for what it's worth, our greenlines are blue again.

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  • STATEdude3
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    Re: MSU Spartan off-season - the grand flame-out

    We generally get an idea of what may happen in terms of late summer defections based on who shows up to help teach at the Michigan State Hockey School. Has anyone heard of a Corey Tropp sighting there over the last couple weeks?

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  • Hammer
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    Please don't feed the trolls. Thank you.

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  • Arwen22266
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    NMU = No Mas University

    We'll see you on the ice. Here kitty, kitty ...

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  • owslachief
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    Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

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  • boot_walt_kyle
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    What does MSU stand for?



    Because I swear to god it stands for Mega *****ty University!!!!

    See you all during the season bromigos

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  • owslachief
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    Death Watch begins for the Corey Tropp era. Post-mortem by this Friday ...
    time to imagine life with Gazely as your leading senior scorer.

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  • STATEdude3
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    Disappointed to see BU bail out, but CC is a quality replacement. They were dominant during their 2005 appearance. That just happened to be the game that marked the beginning of the Jeff Lerg era at MSU as Dominic Vicari was pulled early in the game.

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  • Arwen22266
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    One tiny bit of news regarding the GLI, gleaned from a story posted on the schedules thread: Colorado College, who replaces Boston University in the GLI, will be the late game on 12/29 vs. MSU. Thought that would be a handy thing to pass on.

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  • STATEdude3
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    Re: MSU Spartan off-season - the grand flame-out

    Originally posted by owslachief View Post
    From January to December, 2001 was one heck of a year for Spartan Hockey. After Ryan Miller got the shutout record and the Hobey, and MSU went to the Frozen Four, then came October and the Cold War with Michigan, where Duncan Keith scored in his very first game in the Green & White - and Miller even had an assist.

    9 years later Miller has won the Vezina Trophy and Keith has won the Norris.
    As someone said "It's a great day to be a Spartan"
    This was quite a decade for Spartan hockey. There were ups and downs along the way, but Miller's Hobey, the national championship, and a steady flow of contributors to the NHL remind me that MSU hockey is still relevant.

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  • owslachief
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    Re: MSU Spartan off-season - the grand flame-out

    From January to December, 2001 was one heck of a year for Spartan Hockey. After Ryan Miller got the shutout record and the Hobey, and MSU went to the Frozen Four, then came October and the Cold War with Michigan, where Duncan Keith scored in his very first game in the Green & White - and Miller even had an assist.

    9 years later Miller has won the Vezina Trophy and Keith has won the Norris.
    As someone said "It's a great day to be a Spartan"
    Last edited by owslachief; 06-24-2010, 08:03 PM.

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  • Pirateasaurus
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    Hmmm i am going to have to check out these greenlines and helmet logo.

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