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  3. Early Board discussions on this topic ... without the singing ...
  4. JMC-STL

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    Coralville, Iowa, is off the table for SPHL expansion options ...
  5. From: The Cedar Rapids (IA) Gazette > Sports
  6. Some teams may have a venue that ALLOWS 2000 fans but never have a chance of actually putting that many in the building. North Carolina is being very slow about moving forward in stages, so there's no telling how Cumberland County facilities will be affected. ☹
  7. I can see the league mandating a deadline for the teams to decide whether they are in or out for next season. That makes more sense to me than a league mandate like this one, but admittedly I could be wrong.
  8. Clarification from the author in a later Tweet. I'm still not sure about this one ...
  9. With all the craziness, it is very possible there is a shred of truth to it. This year has proven anything is possible. I was just wondering if anyone ELSE had heard anything reliable that is even vaguely similar. Time will tell I guess...
  10. Ok I was just trying to be nice, but the truth is that is the main reason I do not believe the tweet.
  11. Maybe he will chime in and tell us just how reliable his source is.
  12. Yeah, I get that that is the league target date. I am sure all the teams are trying to remain positive and feel the same way.
  13. I know it is about signings, but here is the line i was mainly looking at. With the 2020-21 season targetted to start in mid-to-late December, the Marksmen have a lot to look forward to when play resumes.
  14. That is just a rehash of announced signings IMHO. Same type of info could be said of most teams. The real unanswered issue is still whether the Crown Complex (and other venues) will be ready and/or allowed to host events with fans in attendance. If fans are not allowed, I don't see how ANY minor league sports team could survive. It is mid-September. This year just seems to drag on and on.
  15. I saw this same tweet a few days ago. Considering this is 12 days old and no one else not even Bus League Hockey has reported it, my guess would be no. This mentions Fayetteville as 1 of 3 teams included, but I saw an article on Sin Bin which seems to counter that. Here is the link. https://thesinbin.net/fayetteville-marksmen-look-to-the-future/. It looks like from the article, the Marksmen are a go for next season.
  16. Not the most reliable source, but has anyone heard any truth to this rumor? https://twitter.com/MinorLeagRando/status/1301986556689907713?s=20
  17. What the brand new Civic Coliseum looked like in 1961 when the Knoxville Knights (and the predecessors of the original Miss Ice Bears?) took to the ice - shared by the Ice Bears via Twitter, with thanks to Bradley Reeves for sharing them and to the late Randy Stevens for shooting them.
  18. Unprotected rookie defenseman, Ryan Jackson, gets signed with ECHL Maine Mariners. https://www.echl.com/news/2020/9/mariners-bring-in-rookie-defenseman-jackson
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  20. May have been Aubie scouting the Vols.
  21. At the risk of rousing the wild animals around here ...
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