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Upper Deck Larry

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  1. You are in pretty good shape roster-wise when you don't even consider a roster spot for a former D1 guy returning from the ECHL.
  2. I think the issue is people holding food and drink for the sole purpose of being in the act of eating or drinking and not required to wear a mask. I think they are taking advantage of the rule.
  3. No idea. Both goalies disappeared, and Carr's only comment was that they were gone for a couple of weeks. Brancik was missing. Roy was missing. The other new forward that came in at the same time (name escapes me) was missing. I can't figure out how many you are allowed or not allowed. It's roster roulette.
  4. I know someone that has been drinking this stuff for about 2 years. It is fabulous. It works terrific for athletes replenishing fluids. It is a magic elixir for anyone on a hot day. You can drink one or two of these and not feel the effects of heat and dehydration later. It's great for fishermen, gardeners, etc.
  5. No way ownership does that. They blindly love Carr, have no performance expectations for him, and dont see any issues. Besides, they wont do anything solely based on this year's finances.
  6. I will be shocked if both Thrower and Corson survive to the end of the season.
  7. He became aggressive towards the other team at the conclusion of the last game. Aggression is not tolerated by Carr. If you want to get somewhat angry or act like an alpha male, you will suffer the consequences.
  8. Nice. Glad to see the fan experience was improved for you. Aside from the disaster Knoxville has put on the ice, their enforcement and the fans' adherence to the protocols has been pretty good so far. I will say if a fan went to a game based on the feeling safe based on stated protocols, they don't have much to complain about from what I've seen. Glad you all are getting the experience you expected in Macon.
  9. Only problem is you don't get to play a dysfunctional Knoxville team every night. They are a complete and total disaster.
  10. He probably becomes a quality player under a decent coach.
  11. Not surprised. Somewhat talented, but effort was questionable at times.
  12. I've never noticed him on the bench. Usually only three guys with Carr, equipment manager, and trainer. Condolences on him attempting to learn from Carr.
  13. Absolutely true. He has had circles coached around him by Kerr and even Price during the last couple of weeks. You can just see them out-maneuver him through the majority of the game. He has some good players, and they create no mismatches or open looks. It's individual hockey attempting to throw pucks through traffic to the net front, and he has talent that should not rely on that as the sole offensive philosophy. His power play is absolutely non-existent. The penalty kill is not too sharp this year either, though that has not typically been a weakness. He has always been in over his h
  14. Absolutely, he will contribute somewhere this year and in the future. He has little to no veteran competition on the roster in Knoxville. He was mis-used and rendered useless by Carr, while everyone knows he is not useless by any means. I just wonder if Armstrong got sick of Carr's beta-male brand of hockey and made himself unwelcome. These balanced rosters of advanced talent that are relatively equal across the teams places a glaring spotlight on Carr's incompetence as a coach and roster manager.
  15. Only Jeff Carr could neuter Travis Armstrong into oblivion.

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