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MacGuy

GDT - Huntsville @ Knoxville

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If we can believe the SPHL Media Guide & Record Book (and what choice do we really have, anyway?), that bests the 1st -year Jacksonville Barracudas' previous record by one second ...

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FASTEST THREE GOALS, ONE TEAM

34 seconds - Brent Rumble (8:19), Glenn Crawford (8:44) and B.J. Stephens (8:53 of 1st period), Jacksonville vs. Macon Trax, Mar 17, 2005

Congrats to Hu'ville.  :applause:

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At least a footnote should go to Gruhl for flat out ignoring at least 3 obvious Havoc penalties while making 2 borderline calls against Knoxville to set the tone for the rest of the night.

Congrats to Huntsville for taking full advantage of the opportunity though.

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9 minutes ago, MacGuy said:

At least a footnote should go to Gruhl for flat out ignoring at least 3 obvious Havoc penalties while making 2 borderline calls against Knoxville to set the tone for the rest of the night. ...

:crybaby:

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1 hour ago, MacGuy said:

At least a footnote should go to Gruhl for flat out ignoring at least 3 obvious Havoc penalties while making 2 borderline calls against Knoxville to set the tone for the rest of the night.

Congrats to Huntsville for taking full advantage of the opportunity though.

Knoxville's offensive plan and set was figured out by Huntsville early in the second period.  From that point, Knoxville could not maintain puck possession and their defense suffered because of it. Knoxville's defense is not the best, so they rely on the offense maintaining possession to alleviate pressure on their weak points. Huntsville then generated better offensive chances, and once they got more than isolated chances at the Knoxville goaltender, he was exposed.

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1 hour ago, JMC-STL said:

My skills in that area are strictly amateur when compared to your professional prowess.  

I would just say you mislabeled each of our activities. Mine is just superior knowledge and intellect that bothers those that don't want to acknowledge it, while the activity you fail to label trolling on your part is in fact trolling.  You might even say it is a clear representation of what is good for the goose is not good for the gander.

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1 hour ago, Upper Deck Larry said:

I would just say you mislabeled each of our activities. Mine is just superior knowledge and intellect that bothers those that don't want to acknowledge it, while the activity you fail to label trolling on your part is in fact trolling.  You might even say it is a clear representation of what is good for the goose is not good for the gander.

"Know your audience" are words to live by.  For all parties.

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1 hour ago, PlannedObsolescence said:

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It is usually only ignorant people that dont measure up utilizing it to obscure their shortfalls.  Yes, I'm aware of folks like you using it.

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7 hours ago, MacGuy said:

At least a footnote should go to Gruhl for flat out ignoring at least 3 obvious Havoc penalties while making 2 borderline calls against Knoxville to set the tone for the rest of the night.

Congrats to Huntsville for taking full advantage of the opportunity though.

Same one that was refereeing the game I was mad about.  It seems he likes to call games evenly with rotating every other penalty between the teams.  Not evenly though when he doesn't want to call three or four in a row on one team committing all the penalties.  Seems he just swallows his whistle through a lot of the game.  That's just my personal observation.

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13 hours ago, Upper Deck Larry said:

Or "Avoid the clap" by Jimmy Dugan.  That's a favorite.

If you don't avoid the clap, you have to go to the Health Department for antibiotics (one of which is an injection!). Doc

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21 hours ago, MacGuy said:

At least a footnote should go to Gruhl for flat out ignoring at least 3 obvious Havoc penalties while making 2 borderline calls against Knoxville to set the tone for the rest of the night.

 

He made up for it in our game against Pensacola- some "gruhl-some" calls and missed calls last night. Doc

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58 minutes ago, hockeydoc said:

If you don't avoid the clap, you have to go to the Health Department for antibiotics (one of which is an injection!). Doc

Doc is bringin' truth in here with a healthy dose of fear. Nothing fun ever happens at the health department.

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