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Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Wednesday News

Kitchener to host Memorial Cup...

On the other side - Sarnia Sting lose Cup bid...

Traverse City Stars hire Anthony Palumbo as general manager...

OHA internet policy could be all set to go. Here's an idea, guys... just make it a team rule to not post on forums.

Hockey league's season drags on too long for fans. Yeah, they complain now, and in a month they'll be suffering from Hockey Deficiency Syndrome...

I brought this up a week ago, but the Sioux City Journal gets off their backside and asks: "Is Siciliano leaving Muskies?"

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Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:41 PM, May 09, 2007) : 

It will be interesting to see how well Palumbo deals with the daggers thrown at him for his efforts. God knows he did more than throw his share at Gardiner for two years. He and Fournier undermined all that was good in Traverse City.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:18 PM, May 09, 2007) : 

amen, just like the idiots in marquete!

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:21 AM, May 10, 2007) : 

Not sure how you can support Gardiner's record. He was a poor comminicator and he did not assemble the talent that he needed to win. Not sure how you blame Palumbo for Gardiner's results.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:28 PM, May 10, 2007) : 

Today would be a great day to hear some comments on how and what do do to make sure a Fort.Van. tainted season never happens again.

Thanks

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:31 PM, May 10, 2007) : 

you would have to put an end to all junior hockey since every team sponsors players - wake up!It is just that FV beat the you know what out of all other NORPAC teams and they could not handle it.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:39 PM, May 10, 2007) : 

Gee, WSHL doesn't seem to mind Phoenix mopping the floor with the rest of the league. Same goes for St. Louis and the CSHL. "Everyone does it" is never an excuse.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:55 PM, May 10, 2007) : 

not an excuse - just reality.
do you really think every kid between 15 and 20 that is playing junior hockey has the $$ to play?
like i said - wake-up.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:39 PM, May 10, 2007) : 

"Today would be a great day to hear some comments on how and what do do to make sure a Fort.Van. tainted season never happens again.

Thanks "

WE'RE ALL TIRED OF HEARING FROM 'YOU' EVERY OTHER DAY -- MARC, CAN YOU MONITOR AND DO SOMETHING ABOUT POSTS FROM IDIOTS LIKE THIS? IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE POSTED BLOG OF THE DAY..

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:45 PM, May 10, 2007) : 

that's easy!! look into the 'closets' of all the Norpac teams and hold the rest of them accountable. And please do it before the last month of the season.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:48 PM, May 10, 2007) : 

how many of the 'other' norpac teams STILL OWE money to the league? I understand some teams still owed player fees at the recent Norpac meeting. At least Ft Van pays their bills!

shame on all of you who point fingers. Who's not in good standing?? take a look in the mirror at your own organizations.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:21 PM, May 10, 2007) : 

You must not be familiar with the deveolpments of the NAHL. Won/lost records should not matter in the the first 3-5 years of an expansion team. Plus the fact the lge lost 4 teams which made the league even better yet. For all practical purposes they were starting from scratch again. The league was better overall than the first year and they still won as many or more games. He was a poor communicator with who? The players did not seem to have probs with him. As far as AP, he was out for the job from day one. You or anyone else close to the situation who says otherwise is in denial. Sometimes you have to watch what you wish for , you might just get it!

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:11 PM, May 10, 2007) : 

Losing Siciliano would be equally detrimental to the Muskies as it would the entire USHL.

 

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