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  1. By my math, based on stats provided by eliteprospects.com (368 for McNeil- all in the SPHL, 313 for Tesoriero- in the CHL/SPHL, and 242 for Tolles- CHL/ECHL/SPHL), this totals 923, which is 23 over the 900-game limit.
  2. Nah, that wouldn't work- he's too fast for all of us combined.
  3. Yep-Posted Friday at 03:03 PM (8/10/18) by RapidFire19 (formerly Marksmen3519) - you rarely will scoop him on anything, especially transactions.
  4. Time for the Marksmen update: from your own posting yesterday 8/10/18 in the QCS forum thread 2018-19 Storm Player Signings\Trades\Pre-Season Roster Quad City Storm@QuadCityStorm We’ve added to our line up!https://www.facebook.com/810844085781096/posts/861011307431040/ … 9:53 AM - Aug 10, 2018 9 See Quad City Storm's other Tweets STORM ADDS MUELLER AND HARRIS, HIRES EQUIPMENT MANAGER! The Quad City Storm announced today that the team has signed Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada native Ludlow Harris and Bakersfield, California’s Mitchell Mueller to a professional tryout agreement for the team’s October training camp. The Storm also announced the team has hired Mississippi native Josh Eaves as the Equipment Manager for the 2018-2019 season. Canada native Ludlow Harris joins the Storm following stints in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), Federal Hockey League (FHL) and the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL), most recently with Macon Mayhem and Fayetteville Marksmen. Harris, known to his fans as “Junior,” is 26 years old and stands at 6’ and weighs in at 195 pounds and has proven to be a top defensemen. Coach Dave Pszenyczny said, "He is a player I wanted on the back end to give us a physical presence along with an offensive threat.” “Look for big things to come from him this up-coming season,” he added.
  5. Wayne just signed on for a new job- see Mac's post on 8/8/18 Brent has also played in the show: 1993-94 Atlanta Knights IHL 54 17 23 40 30 4 | Playoffs 14 1 1 2 2 0 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 10 1 2 3 2 0 | 1994-95 Atlanta Knights IHL 67 19 32 51 42 -11 | Playoffs 5 4 1 5 4 -1 Tampa Bay Lightning NHL 3 0 1 1 0 -2 |
  6. Oh, the carousel of the F(P)HL: On 7/23/18 the Ice Breakers announced on their own site, "The Mentor Ice Breakers will be Coached and General Managed by long-time Port Huron Prowlers big-name Joe Pace Sr., who has been with the team since 2017. Joe Pace Jr., his son, will take over the same roles with the Prowlers for the coming season." Now on 8/9/18 "The Mentor Ice Breakers have announced a coaching change ahead of the 2018-19 season. Iain Duncan has been promoted internally to Head Coach and General Manager of the team."
  7. I guess China and Canada don't have tariffs or sanctions against each other.
  8. veteran goalie Nick Niedert, who played a handful of games for the Elmira Jackals of the ECHL over his VERY traveled minor league career. Niedert’s pro career dates back to 2004-05 with the Macon Trax of the SPHL, and he has played games in every season of the FHL’s existence. Well-traveled in the SPHL from 2004-07, and again in 2011-12 and 2012-13: 2004-05 Asheville Aces SPHL 3 5.04 .867 | Columbus Cottonmouths SPHL 1 0.00 1.000 | Knoxville Ice Bears SPHL 2 4.37 .897 | Macon Trax SPHL 9 4.05 .870 | 2005-06 Huntsville Havoc SPHL 9 3.79 .880 | Florida Seals SPHL 3 3.43 .862 | 2006-07 Huntsville Havoc SPHL 11 4.59 .887 | 2011-12 Knoxville Ice Bears SPHL 3 4.95 .869 | 2012-13 Augusta RiverHawks SPHL 2 2.70 .911 Niedert’s best season in the FHL came in 2010-11 with the Danbury Whalers, where he went 19-4-3 with a 3.52 GAA and .898 save percentage across 38 games. Niedert has spent most of his FHL time in Danbury, but also had stinks in Danville and Watertown Maybe not such a typo- GAA and save percentage not so hot in those stints there in Danville and Watertown: 2013-14 Danville Dashers FHL 16 5.43 .866 | Watertown Privateers FHL 10 6.64 .834 | Playoffs 3 5.35 .880 . 2014-15 Watertown Wolves FHL 7 3.89 .876 | Playoffs 2 3.92 .929
  9. Sometimes something else does too- we'll see how this pans out.
  10. Most likely would refuse to answer their questions, or just ban them entirely from pressers for reporting "fake news".
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