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  1. True and true. But listen and look at the lyrics to "Rocky Top": "Wish that I was on ol' Rocky TopDown in the Tennessee hills..."
  2. You must be mistakin' Huntsville for Knoxville:
  3. SPHL expansion 2018-19

    Knoxville, Huntsville, and Fayetteville also were in other leagues prior to being in the SPHL
  4. SPHL expansion 2018-19

    The city (Louisville) was home to two professional ice hockey teams in the East Coast Hockey League, from 1990 to 1994 the Louisville Icehawks, followed by the Louisville RiverFrogs from 1995 to 1998. The city also had an American Hockey League team from 1999 to 2001, the Louisville Panthers. Club Sport Played League Venue Louisville Blades Ice hockey 1948–1950 International Hockey League United States Hockey League Louisville Gardens Louisville Shooting Stars Ice hockey 1953–1954 International Hockey League Louisville Gardens Louisville Rebels Ice hockey 1957–1960 International Hockey League Louisville Gardens Freedom Hall Louisville Icehawks Ice hockey 1990–1995 East Coast Hockey League Broadbent Arena Louisville RiverFrogs Ice hockey 1995–1998 East Coast Hockey League Broadbent Arena Louisville Panthers Ice hockey 1999–2001 American Hockey League Freedom Hall
  5. Landmesser's now available.
  6. Riverkings suspend operations

    That ain't the only problem with the franchise.
  7. Riverkings suspend operations

    Money, scheduling, Landers, attendance ...............
  8. 2 of our fellow forum members have already volunteered their services. We shall see what we shall see.
  9. Two things regarding this post. First, "black" is not PC (at least here in the US of A)- the preferred terms are "African American" or "person of color". Second, where did the ancestors of most of the emigrants from the Caribbean nations come from?- you guessed it- Africa!
  10. New Quad City team

    Like when a team in ALASKA joined the East Coast Hockey League!
  11. From JMC-STL's fave, Wikipedia: The Americas (also collectively called America)[5][6][7] comprise the totality of the continents of North and South America.[8][9][10]Together, they make up most of the land in Earth's western hemisphere[11][12][13][14][15][16] and comprise the New World. So Leo could be from anywhere between the northernmost point of the continent, Cape Columbia, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada 83°8′N 74°13′W. and the southernmost point, Águila Islet of the Diego Ramirez Islands of Chile and still could technically be considered "African-American"
  12. Hockey to stay in the Quad-Cities

    What are the streets like in Moline? Perhaps the QC Potholes?
  13. from hockeydb.com Leo Thomas Center -- shoots R Born Dec 9 1981 -- Toronto, ONT [36 yrs. ago] Height 6.01 -- Weight 190 [185 cm/86 kg]
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