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  • Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post

    It's actually 12-0-2 at home
    It's 12-2.

    There have been no ties since 1999.
    Code:
    NYI 18 10 .643
    Wsh 17 10 .630
    Pgh 17 10 .630
    Bos 14 11 .560
    Pha 13 12 .520
    NYR 11 15 .423
    NJ   8 16 .333
    Buf  6 20 .231
    Last edited by Kepler; 03-14-2021, 12:13 PM.
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    • Originally posted by Kepler View Post

      It's 12-2.

      There have been no ties since 1999.
      Code:
      NYI 18 10 .643
      Wsh 17 10 .630
      Pgh 17 10 .630
      Bos 14 11 .560
      Pha 13 12 .520
      NYR 11 15 .423
      NJ 8 16 .333
      Buf 6 20 .231
      : - p, Okay. Well, then they have twelve wins; zero, zero-point losses; and two, one-point losses. : )
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      • Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post

        Yeah, those Islanders' squads were something else.

        As someone who really hated the Penguins in the early-1990s, I was full-on the North Stars' bandwagon in 1991. Them coming up short was a disappointment that would only be relieved by the '93 Isles playoff run.
        True most of this. I loved those Isles teams and for me they along with the Oilers were all that was good and holy about the NHL during that era. Bossy, Nystrom, Trottier, Gillies, Potvin, Goring, Tonelli and even Chico right? I might be missing some or mixing up some names but they had talent and they played a clean, hard, fast and effing fun to watch game.

        I'm too young to appreciate any of Montreal's runs, so Oilers or Islanders? God damn I'd love an NHL '94 on Sega matchup of those teams.

        Kepler you're lucky to have lived through that.

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        • Originally posted by Kepler View Post

          Isles are 12-2 at home, 6-8 on the road. Tampa, Florida, and Toronto are each about the same home and away.

          We may have a Seahawks problem.

          Speaking of, hey Jim -- are the T-Birds going to continue after the Kraken start? I hope so, it would really suck to lose them in the W.

          Also: we will be sharing a home rink this Spring in lovely Kent.
          AFAIK the T-Birds have no intention of leaving, and neither do the SilverTips in Everett (that team name is lame as ****). I don’t see why they would either, they’ve got a pretty good arena deal (even if it’s in Kent) and have spent years building up a fan base on the South Sound.

          The T-Birds and the Winterhawks sharing the same building? I’m sure that won’t be awkward...
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          Originally posted by UAFIceAngel
          But let's be real...There are 40 some other teams and only two alaskan teams...the day one of us wins something big will be the day I transfer to UAA
          Originally posted by Doyle Woody
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          • Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post

            : - p, Okay. Well, then they have twelve wins; zero, zero-point losses; and two, one-point losses. : )
            Fine. The bottom line here is Bettman sucks harder than Manfred, and Manfred sucks.
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            • Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post

              What's your take on the North Stars' themed Wild jerseys?
              I like them, but they kind of bum me out at the same time. Only possible change would be to make the play by play folks' job a little easier and go to green numbers.
              the state of hockey is good

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              • Originally posted by state of hockey View Post

                I like them, but they kind of bum me out at the same time. Only possible change would be to make the play by play folks' job a little easier and go to green numbers.
                Same here. I like them but eff me that should be the North Stars!! The change I would do is slightly thicken the piping around the numbers. I think that would do the trick.

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                • Bummer about Anders Lee.
                  the state of hockey is good

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                  • Proud of him for getting help and sharing his story
                    https://www.twincities.com/2021/03/1...-pretty-lucky/

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                    • Tim Peel fired today after a hot mic incident yesterday caught him possibly showing bias against Nashville.

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                      • Originally posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
                        Tim Peel fired today after a hot mic incident yesterday caught him possibly showing bias against Nashville.
                        I get it and why he was relieved of duty. But I am also willing to bet that there was game management context here that will go unseen/unknown to everyone that has never put on a striped shirt.

                        On their face the comments should never have been made. But the mentality behind the comments are present at all levels of officiating. Its just that officials are under such a microscope, the 3 second lack of judgement will cost him his job.
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                        • Originally posted by RaceBoarder View Post

                          I get it and why he was relieved of duty. But I am also willing to bet that there was game management context here that will go unseen/unknown to everyone that has never put on a striped shirt.

                          On their face the comments should never have been made. But the mentality behind the comments are present at all levels of officiating. Its just that officials are under such a microscope, the 3 second lack of judgement will cost him his job.
                          Yeah, I can understand the situation and the use of game management in general (this stuff happens). But, there was only one penalty called before that one so it’s a bit dubious.
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                          I spell Failure with UAF

                          Originally posted by UAFIceAngel
                          But let's be real...There are 40 some other teams and only two alaskan teams...the day one of us wins something big will be the day I transfer to UAA
                          Originally posted by Doyle Woody
                          Best sign by a visting Seawolf fan Friday went to a young man who held up a piece of white poster board that read: "YOU CAN'T SPELL FAILURE WITHOUT UAF."

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                          • I would have thought the Peel incident would have brought back some memories of Don Adam for JJ.

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                            • Originally posted by RaceBoarder View Post

                              I get it and why he was relieved of duty. But I am also willing to bet that there was game management context here that will go unseen/unknown to everyone that has never put on a striped shirt.

                              On their face the comments should never have been made. But the mentality behind the comments are present at all levels of officiating. Its just that officials are under such a microscope, the 3 second lack of judgement will cost him his job.
                              He didn't get fired for that. He got fired for being dumb enough to say it in an age of panopticon surveillance.

                              Can you imagine what the refs thought of the Flyers in the mid 70s?
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                              • Originally posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
                                Tim Peel fired today after a hot mic incident yesterday caught him possibly showing bias against Nashville.
                                Technically that doesn't say he's fired, just that he won't be on the schedule any more. I read he's retiring at the end of the season anyway, so it's possible he'll get paid to sit at home for a month.

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