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  • Rightnut
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    Originally posted by vicb View Post
    Clarkson University Athletics on pause due to Corona Virus outbreak on campus. Clarkson - SLU womens hockey game toknight cancelled.

    https://clarksonathletics.com/sports/womens-ice-hockey
    SLU is now going to play QPAC this weekend to get more games in. QPAC was scheduled to play Colgate who will now presumably have the weekend off.

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  • vicb
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    Clarkson University Athletics on pause due to Corona Virus outbreak on campus. Clarkson - SLU womens hockey game toknight cancelled.

    https://clarksonathletics.com/sports/womens-ice-hockey

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  • Hockeynation
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    Originally posted by vicb View Post
    Add SLU women on pause due to Covid. Games vs Quinny this weekend and Clarkson on Wed are postponed according to ECAC Hockey League

    https://www.ecachockey.com/women/202...hedule_Changes
    Probably to be expected somewhat in this difficult environment. Any word if games will be rescheduled?

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  • Rightnut
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    Originally posted by vicb View Post
    Add SLU women on pause due to Covid. Games vs Quinny this weekend and Clarkson on Wed are postponed according to ECAC Hockey League

    https://www.ecachockey.com/women/202...hedule_Changes
    Training staff member tested positive. No players to date but have to quarantine.

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  • vicb
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    Add SLU women on pause due to Covid. Games vs Quinny this weekend and Clarkson on Wed are postponed according to ECAC Hockey League

    https://www.ecachockey.com/women/202...hedule_Changes

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  • ARM
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    Syracuse @ Mercyhurst and UNH versus Providence are postponed this weekend due to Covid situations impacting the Lakers and Friars.

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  • Steamboat
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    Originally posted by Timothy A View Post

    Yeah, anyone at risk should go for it. I will get it when it becomes available to non-risk people. What I am curious about is will certain places make you show proof of vaccination before they let you in.
    Anyone wearing Badger colors should probably be required to show proof of vaccination. I approve this message!

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  • Timothy A
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    Originally posted by vicb View Post
    My wife and I will get the shot as soon as it is available to us. Both of us have issues (My wife asthma) and I (Multiple myeloma) and we want no part of COVID. THe shot along with social distancing and wearing a mask will still be part of our daily life for the better part of 2021. For the first time ever, in person Christmas will not be with my daughter and family. Thank God for Google Duo.
    Yeah, anyone at risk should go for it. I will get it when it becomes available to non-risk people. What I am curious about is will certain places make you show proof of vaccination before they let you in.

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  • vicb
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    Originally posted by Timothy A View Post

    Those were the good old days. The Watts transfer was a huge treasure-trove for the board, so much fun.

    So whose getting in line to get shot up with Covid 19 juice?
    My wife and I will get the shot as soon as it is available to us. Both of us have issues (My wife asthma) and I (Multiple myeloma) and we want no part of COVID. THe shot along with social distancing and wearing a mask will still be part of our daily life for the better part of 2021. For the first time ever, in person Christmas will not be with my daughter and family. Thank God for Google Duo.
    Last edited by vicb; 12-17-2020, 08:30 AM.

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  • Timothy A
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    Originally posted by Leather helmet View Post
    One of the main victims of the virus, on this board anyway, is the demise of the bad puns and Chuck Norris-style Megan Keller jokes. I learned everything I know about Ohm's Law from Daryl Watts' transfer to UW, and I still recall that sharks have an annual Megan Keller Week on Discovery Channel.
    Those were the good old days. The Watts transfer was a huge treasure-trove for the board, so much fun.

    So whose getting in line to get shot up with Covid 19 juice?

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  • Leather helmet
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    One of the main victims of the virus, on this board anyway, is the demise of the bad puns and Chuck Norris-style Megan Keller jokes. I learned everything I know about Ohm's Law from Daryl Watts' transfer to UW, and I still recall that sharks have an annual Megan Keller Week on Discovery Channel.

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  • DDad16
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    Originally posted by Scott_TG View Post
    A Florida men's basketball player (Keyontae Johnson) who had COVID over the summer, collapsed on the court and had to be stretchered off this afternoon and is in critical but stable condition at a local hospital. If this is from myocarditis caused by COVID it might have implications for the continued operations of the NCAA this season...
    A full cardiovascular workup should be required for any athlete before returning to action. Even though my daughter had very mild symptoms, we had an ECG and an Ultrasound done during a visit to a cardiologist before returning to any activity. Cardiologist determined a troponin check wasn't necessary. You can decide to not do this because the NCAA (as well as some schools) isn't requiring it (depending on your symptoms). But in this case I would always rather be safe than sorry. I hope this young man comes out of this okay and without any permanent damage.

    ** As always, this is just one person's opinion. :-)

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  • waynorth907
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    ESPN reported on this story today (re: Keyontae Johnson) and made an inference that it is related to Covid. I'ts unfortunate, and I wish the best for this young man, but it definitely is concerning to see the event attributed to this Covid virus.. since so little is actually known about it.

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  • Scott_TG
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    A Florida men's basketball player (Keyontae Johnson) who had COVID over the summer, collapsed on the court and had to be stretchered off this afternoon and is in critical but stable condition at a local hospital. If this is from myocarditis caused by COVID it might have implications for the continued operations of the NCAA this season...

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  • shelfit
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    Originally posted by Scott_TG View Post

    Thank you for sharing your story and I hope you get well soon. It's scary how many people are so dismissive of getting this thing despite how many patients there are with similar experiences to yours. It's not a game worth playing in my opinion
    Been out of touch for awhile. Mostly because I hate this new website for the forum. So with all these games being played now, how exactly is everyone staying safe while doing it? I don't really get how some schools have decided to play this year while so many others have not.

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