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Harlan last won the day on May 24

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  1. Better headline: Sports Columnist writes sales piece for Arena Construction Company
  2. Even if you don't like it, you know it's an accurate assessment of the talent level.
  3. This isn't NCAA Division III. It's club Division 3, which is basically a bunch of benders who went south so they could say they played "college hockey."
  5. Source, please? Preferably one that isn't a blog written on a third-grade level.
  6. They bring in a portable system every year for that event, much like the Ice Capades does when they show up at a building without an ice plant. Yes, you can do that for an entire hockey season. Louisiana did it in Blackham Coliseum. But the energy costs are much higher than that of an in-floor ice plant.
  7. This guy doesn't know what he's talking about. Augusta's ice plant is destroyed, that's why the team is no longer there. Savannah has no ice plant. Columbus has no owner. But please, keep up the fantasies.
  8. But he was "highly recommended by the NHL!"
  9. Don't forget the league bylaw requiring the word "ice" to be used in team names. Quad City Ice DJs for the win.
  10. Someone, obviously, is not ready to ride the train.
  11. Cost Containment! - Better defined as "how to have pro hockey on the cheap while destroying what's left of a good minor league market."
  12. They could have gotten someone looking to move into a CEO-type role from a lower-level exec position in a better league. But they didn't. They got a CEO from an indoor football team in a third-rate league.
  13. The next time logic is used in a critique of business models on a hockey message board will be the first.
  14. If this team is named anything other than the DJs, it's a travesty.
  15. Well, so much for that...
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