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JMC-STL

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  1. From: FieldPassBrand.com 2 days ago (2 April 2021) 5 min JM Piotrowski talks about his hockey journey and life off the ice. By James Hayes | Field Pass 1 On 1 with James Hayes | JM Piotrowski, Birmingham Bulls Forward. This week I got to sit down and chat with Birmingham Bulls forward JM Piotrowski. We talked about his hockey upbringing, professional career, and what he does off the ice. ... Read the Interview at: https://www.fieldpassbrand.com/news
  2. Worth a try to draw fans of previous QC teams back to local hockey. Time will tell whether it works.
  3. But what does Wikipedia have to say about all that, Perfesser?
  4. Well, I was thinking of JG rescuing him from Fayetteville in 2017-18 so he could continue his SPHL career. But your reason would work, too.
  5. JGT has a message for PDS: "Congratulations, and you're welcome."
  6. "You just slip out the back, Jack. Make a new plan, Stan. You don't need to be coy, Roy, Just get yourself free ..."
  7. As a Red Wings fan, you'd be fine with a tie game.
  8. That's the Buy One-Get Screwed NHL special. They have that deal on their game tickets, too.
  9. Two or three night series certainly become more attractive as Mrs. JMC 'n' me get older. But many of our individual road trips over our 11 seasons of hockey travel have taken us to multiple arenas. Since we don't have "our team" (except for a women's DI college team in our hometown), we just go where hockey is being played. We likely never would've visited cities like Knoxville & Southaven or Birmingham & Huntsville or even Peoria & Moline (closer to home) if they didn't have hockey teams.
  10. To whom were you directing those comments? P.O. is definitely NOT a Rivermen fan.
  11. Same boat, but more gas. We typically (not this season) travel to games once a month, but those trips could involve driving up to 8 hours each way for a 3-day weekend or once a season a flight up to 1700 miles each way. Those journeys make visiting Danville (3-1/2 hours one way) seem to us like a Sunday drive ... which we've done for hockey before.
  12. But could those "other ways" net hundreds of dollars each? Fans already snapped up the XL replicas like fighting straps for $225, and at this writing there's only one XXL left for purchase.
  13. "We have within a 60-mile radius, 250,000 people we can reach and it just seemed like the perfect time." How many people in the Midwest will drive over an hour each way to watch a Single A level hockey game? I mean, other than me & Mrs. JMC.
  14. Daily Mail: Ice hockey rink is installed by Russian army inside world's largest military plane 'for publicity stunt involving Vladimir Putin' Doing the math ... The AN-124 cargo bay is 118 feet long by 21 feet wide (a bit tight for Euro-rink skaters but they're an adaptable people). So an inch of ice laid down inside the space would weigh just under 155,000 pounds, which should not be a problem for a transport aircraft rated to carry over 330,000 pounds of cargo. Presuming they lay down & set the ice in a very cold region of Russia with a suitable runway - and further presuming it w
 

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