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Make Marky GM

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  1. Cook was protected last year. http://thesphl.com/view/thesphl/news/news_504242 In theory he could still sign with FAY.
  2. The list was pretty much as I expected. I'm surprised Johansson wasn't protected as he only just turned 26 and just completed his rookie year. It's not unusual though for a player to be one year and done with pro hockey and he could have told the coach that in the exit interview.. Even though Jeke expressed an interest in playing in Europe (according to the coach) I guess it's a good idea to protect his rights. WIth Hauswirth on the list I can at least have hope I'll get to follow him for one more year. Cook was a good player and will be missed.
  3. Agree pitch. My original post did not ask the organization to explain why they make any personnel moves. If Worrell is no longer with the organization and they didn't see a need to publicly wish him well in his next venture that just gives the impression the train cars are still piling up.
  4. Ok. Without further ado my full list. Of course without the benefit of exit interviews it's just a wag. I submit this for entertainment purposes (my own) and not to try to run the team or tell the coach what to do or any other nonsense the organization can think of. Bowen, McCormick, Cook, Sheeran, McCloy, C.Brown, Mazurek, Kielich, Wilbur, McMartin, Thacker, Johansson, Pawloski I wasn't going to protect a goalie but I had an extra spot after the skaters were picked. I didn't protect Jeke, Palmer and Melkert for reasons stated above. I didn't select Hauswirth. In my opinion he has been the best all-around player in Fayetteville hockey history (my history anyway which goes back to 2011/12). If he still wants to play I would hope the organization would give him a chance to sign elsewhere or sign back with Fayetteville if he chooses. He has earned the right to have freedom of choice I didn't select Pryce because he seemed like the odd man out at the end of the year. Yim wasn't around long enough to get consideration. I didn't select Kelley even though if he sticks with it he should do well in the league.
  5. Worrell brought credibility to a franchise that previously had none. That's one reason I can think of for why he was hired. As SHG said above he was a true asset to the community and team.
  6. I just noticed Peter Worrell is no longer listed as Asst. Coach on the Marksmen.com web site. I guess we missed the press release with the announcement and thanking him for the work?? I put question marks 'cause I don't want this to look like I'm speculating anything.
  7. Based on the final coaches show 3 who may not be on it are Jeke, Melkert and Palmer. I believe the coach said Melkert was done, Jeke wants to explore his options in Europe and Palmer isn't sure what he wants to do. Of course they could use a spot to protect the rights of any or all of these 3. A source says Hauswirth might be done. As far as I'm concerned they could protect only Cody Brown and bring in 18 new players just like him.
  8. SHG is not being the grammer police here. She and at least one other person is just curious what AuburnAl wanted to say before auto-correct took over!
  9. So wouldn't that technically mean the Fireantz folded and the Marksmen were an expansion team? It all seems like semantics to me. I'm sure it all means something to Norris but not much to anyone else.
  10. Attendance announced numbers dropped 25%. MarksmenOwner said on this forum on Dec. 7, 2018 referring to last years attendance -- "the numbers announced were basically a made up number."
  11. What is up with Max Cook? He's one of the Marksmen's better players but he spent 10 minutes (5 minors) in the penalty box last night. He only had 31 PIM's in 48 games during the regular season. It's time to be more disciplined not less. If they allow 7 power play chances again tonight it will make it even tougher on a tired Pawloski.
  12. For the statisticians in the crowd. Goal #1 the secondary assist should go to Hauswirth (not McCormick) and on goal #3 the secondary assist should go to Cody Brown (not McMartin). Source: video replay. Carry on. Edited to add: the "official" stats on pointstreak have been changed to reflect what I had posted originally.
  13. The Fayetteville coach was quoted in today's paper as saying he thinks Huntsville is the best team in the league. Nothing like a little bulletin board material for a team that was 4-0 against them with a 21 - 6 advantage in goals scored in the regular season. My prediction for the 2 games are now at 7-1 and 8-0 Birmingham. Looking forward to more exciting visiting team hockey next year.
  14. On the Coaches show last night Kallechy said the move to pick up Pawloski and release Perry was made "because he believes the move improves the team." He admitted he could be right or he could be wrong but it was his decision to make and he made it. The audio of all of the coaches shows are available on the Marksmen web site.
  15. Pawloski hasn't played in the SP or E in a month or more. He was released by Greenville on March 3rd.https://www.echl.com/en/news/2019/3/echl-transactions-march-3. Only the KNX coach knows why he went with Porter and Santaguida over Pawloski. They also have Stewart on the injured list. Interestingly, March 3 was the same day Nathan Perry was released by South Carolina. Edited to add: On the twitter announcement by the Marksmen claiming Pawloski and releasing Perry Perry tweeted, Wait, what? Somebody has some splaining to do?
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