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Make Marky GM

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Make Marky GM last won the day on October 27 2019

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  1. Interesting that the Bulls twitter account would post such a statement. I saw where the player was bleeding from the high stick. I think that's an automatic 4 minutes?
  2. Kyle Rank- part II? I kid. Wojtala actually had better numbers with 2-0-0 1.5 GA and .957 save % vs 2-0-0 with a 1.69 GA and a 0.932 save % for the Peoria guy that won the award.
  3. Could be but it's a new night. I was at the game and it is hard to describe how bad Macon played.
  4. If we've learned anything here over the last few years it is that poorly worded sentences will be taken to task by Mr. Obsolescence.
  5. Speaking of sub-standard goalies-- The ECHL's Reading team has raided the FPHL and called up 37 year old goalie Nick Neibert. He has been a pro for so long he actually played for the Asheville Aces, Macon Trax and Jacksonville Seals among several other teams in the SPHL. He has a 4.32 GAA and a .866 Save% this year for Danbury.
  6. Very true. In the case of the SP players moving up they are either placed on reserve or get little to no playing time. In the case of goalies they seldom even get off the bench. I realize there is the occasional exception, such as Luke Stork. It's not "development" to go from an environment of playing regular shifts to riding the bench or sitting in the stands. But Bless 'em for chasing a dream.
  7. Cody Porter, Michael Santiguida and Dillon Kelley are out there somewhere. If Max Strang didn't retire after being released by Evansville he'd be a good #2.
  8. That noise you may have just heard was Pensacola fans with a collective "Aww, shucks when their only goalie, and maybe one of the best goalies in the league just got called-up in front of their 3 game series in Peoria. It's the same Aww, shucks you'll hear from Fayetteville fans if Gorsuch gets called up. On another note: Unsolicited advice for Tirone. Despite what your agent tells you It's better to play regularly in the SP than it is to just sit & wait for a call that may never come. Ask Bonar how it worked out for him after he committed himself to a full year in the SP.
  9. Wojtala has been called up to the E. The transaction list could be interesting. We may see what happens to Tirone and Melton. Um nevermind about Melton- I see SHG posted he is playing elsewhere.
  10. This is some good info. Thanks for posting. VanderEsch was on reserve this past week. McCue was just taken off reserve. Tirone got an OTL in his first game but from the stats it looked like he did well. Halford has had a rough time stats wise in his 2 games.
  11. "Oh, I got "singled out" on another page as a middle aged," At 57 (or at my age of a couple of years older) to be called middle age is actually a compliment. You must be looking pretty good. As far as overweight--does he use the same line on his own staff? Asking for a friend!
  12. LOL. If all of the facts were known the team would feel pretty stupid for banning certain fans from attending games. But who needs facts?
  13. Fayetteville 21 14 3 4 32 .762 75 55 235 6-1-3 8-2-1 With all of the call-ups the L's may start to add up but right now they only have 3 losses.
  14. Huffnagle scored a goal and an assist in the pre-season game against Roanoke. At 6'3" 201 lbs. the Marksmen said in the signing announcement, "he brings a physical aspect to his game". He was in the E for camp but was cut on Oct. 6. He was a scratch for games 1 and 2. The Marksmen didn't say if it was a healthy scratch or if he was injured. He did play games 3 and 4. A good pick up for your team IMHO.
  15. I'm done with it. RF -you do a great job. I appreciate what you do.
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