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hockeydoc last won the day on March 15

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  1. I'm old enough to remember "Mr Ed" on the old black and white TV! The player's name is Wilbur, not Wilber. Doc
  2. I spoke with Havoc staff about the above posts. An ATO and a PTO consists of 3 games. Whether the player plays in those 3 games does not matter- once a team's 3 game span is up, the ATO or PTO is over (unless of course the player gets released before the 3 games are up). Each team has a max of 5 ATOs allotted. A player can be signed for up to 3 consecutive ATOs (i.e. a total of 9 games) without counting against the 19-man team roster (but of course only 18 can dress each game) or the salary cap. He is not paid a salary but is paid a per diem rate, which is why he can still sign an ATO (or up to 2 more) and still be considered an "amateur". Doc
  3. You should care about peanuts if you or someone around you is allergic to them. And the folks in section 218 know all about our aversion to people moving around while the puck's in play- security personnel should keep fans from moving up and down the aisles while the PIP! Doc
  4. Sorry- I am in a service profession but my game-day duties involve taking care of the teams and staff, not beer-drinking fans in the stands. Doc
  5. Mr Krasnichuk has doled out the most "verbal abuse of officials" penalties than any other SPHL ref this season. From my perspective (granted, with "homer" eyes) of last night's game and other games he's officiated here in Huntsville, he could have gotten a lot more verbal abuse from players and coaches of both teams. I do like Mac's last question above. Doc
  6. I would suggest that you take your concerns to the office and talk with Keith and/or Ashley. Doc
  7. Though the Havoc lost in OT tonight, Havoc fans continue to hugely contribute to charities. On St Jude night, a great job by Havoc team members and fans! Doc Huntsville Havoc ✔@HuntsvilleHavoc Y'all never cease to amaze us! Havoc fans raised over $58,000 for childhood cancer research tonight. Take a bow, Huntsville! #StJudeNight
  8. Tanner Creel listed as Macon's goalie Goalies Min Sh Sv Ga 30 T.Creel (loss) 58:51 40 37 3 but Ian Sylves was in net for the Mayhem tonight. Doc
  9. Yeah- we had him in Huntsville last night as the only ref - Evansville 53 minutes on 17 infractions Huntsville 33 minutes on 11 infractions with the at least one requisite Evansville - Frank Schumacher - (Verbal Abuse of Officials) (Misconduct), 10 MIN, 14:06
  10. I'm a fan but also one of the team's docs. My obligation as team doc is to treat players, coaches, and staff; I will assist the EMS personnel assigned to the VBC if a fan or fans need emergent treatment before going to the ER in an ambulance. Doc
  11. And as usual, the Havoc fans come through with a huge donation to a well-deserved cause. Sticks, jerseys, even the coaches' ties and Detulleo's sport coat! Over $3 million has been raised over the 13 years this event has occurred. Doc Huntsville Havoc‏Verified account @HuntsvilleHavoc FollowFollow @HuntsvilleHavoc More You guys are unbelievable as usual. $62,346 raised for the Melissa George Neonatal Memorial fund via Huntsville Hospital Foundation!
  12. Got plenty of supplies before the game, in anticipation of a busy night for me- fortunately and surprisingly no stitches needed tonight. Doc
  13. Not gonna happen. As y'all know, Huntsville was in the old CHL. Current ownership and staff are quite pleased with where they are today, in the SPHL with its budget and business model. Doc
  14. I sometimes have my Snellen eye chart with me in my seat. I hold it up when the refs are near the Havoc bench, but I doubt they see it to be able to read even the top "E" even if they're looking right at it! Doc
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