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hockeydoc

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About hockeydoc
 
 
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  1. $34,000 raised for @StJude! Thank you Havoc fans! Doc
  2. The annual Havoc "Melissa George night" jerseys have pink and blue colors and look great! Doc
  3. Not defensive at all. Just wanted to be sure that @Geoff was referring to the F(P)HL, and he was, as evidenced by his reply. Just wanted to emphasize that I know of no SPHL player who took a call-up to the "E" because of any injury that SPHL medical staffs could not or would not take care of. Doc
  4. I hope and think you're referring to the F(P)HL, and not the SPHL, in your post above. I can tell you that here in Huntsville the boys get their hockey-related AND non-hockey-related medical needs taken care of by me and the rest of the medical team, and that the other SPHL teams' players at least get their hockey-related medical/surgical issues taken care of as well. Doc
  5. Anatomy lesson for today- you'd get more noise if you used your diaphragm and chest wall muscles to get a good deep roar from the BOTTOM of your lungs! Doc
  6. In Huntsville, as long as you are seated you are not required to wear a mask. Doc
  7. Due to the current pandemic, COVID-positives or COVID-exposures don't count for the roster limit. Doc
  8. Present company included. Back in the day, when "Star Wars" first came out, I bought a Darth Vader mask (still have it somewhere in my garage). I didn't have the money to buy a full DV outfit, so I had a black cassock, put a black ski vest on backwards, wore black gloves and my Air Force flight boots, and used a small cassette tape recorder (yep, those were the ancient days) on which I had taped a Bird ventilator to mimic DV;s breathing- as I am short, they called me "Dwarf Vader"! Doc
  9. Unfortunately, it's not only Knoxville that's having issues- it's a problem here in Huntsville, too, and I suspect in many other arenas as well. Doc P.S. Is it too much to ask to wear a mask? Plus, some people look better in a mask than without. Doc
  10. Might have been more if the auction had been in-person rather than on-line- the competitive adrenaline is so much more intense when bidders are sitting in sections 218 and 221 of the VBC. Doc
  11. I can't dance, so here in the ER I tell my people "I don't twerk, I twitch." Doc
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    One would have thought the whole world should have "herd immunity" by now, since COVID19 has been around for over a year- unfortunately this is not the case- from Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center: Global Confirmed 94,579,284 Global Deaths 2,023,914 U.S. Confirmed 23,759,711 U.S. Deaths 395,851 and new cases
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    For the Havoc, it's a combination of players on the IR and on the "health concerns" list- most likely similar situations for the other teams. Doc
  14. The Tide used to be "crusty" ("3 yards and a cloud of dust") but Coach Saban and his staff and his teams have adapted and adjusted to the new rapid pace of the game (no-huddle, RPO, lots of passing) so they aren't so staid or crusty any more. Doc

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