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  3. This name is the most boring un original un sexy personality of a lamp post name. Sounds like a name a 3 year old would come up with. If it were up to me id call it: "Ol rich Mikey dug a big hole and named it after his little dough boy Cessar."
  4. They would have someone else in net the wings couldn't score on seems to always be the way dosnt it.
  5. The way Howard turns around and looks behind him after all the scrambling around in front of him when the puck is lost scares me. Im all for Howard being in net right now but his confidence scares me.
  6. GDT

    This years playoff is the equivalent to taking your sister to the prom so you have a frikin date.
  7. GDT

    Just WIN
  8. GDT

    That leaf power play sure looked nice, 2 on the back 2 up front defence rotating back n forth Liach screening the goalie. I hope next year the wings go back to using 2 actual real defence men on the PP
  9. GDT

    Couldn't agree more, Im expecting a better 2nd. THEY BETTER!
  10. Is this a concert or a hockey game?
  11. There will never be an "outdoor" hockey game at the rogers centre cold weather snow and wind messes up the mechanics its too bad really ROOF OPERATION GUIDELINESWhile Rogers Centre strives to make the comfort of our guests a priority when it comes to the opening and/or closing of our roof, there are certain limitations and conditions we must adhere to prior to making a decision to do so -- the four main reasons being temperature, wind, rain and snow. TemperatureThe retractable roof operating system was designed to operate at or above temperatures of 10 degrees Celsius. Attempting to open or close the roof at temperatures below this mark could easily lead to mechanical failure. Additionally - the mechanical systems within the stadium are not winterized and, as such, opening or closing in temperatures that approach zero Celsius would likely result in major damage. WindWind is an important factor to consider when deciding to open or close the Rogers Centre roof. A wind speed approaching and/or exceeding 64 km/h, for example, would most certainly cause damage to the roof panels and possibly the rail system that holds them. Also -- depending on temperatures -- we might factor in the fact that any wind above 20 km/h would have a cooling effect on guests within the facility. RainIf the possibility of precipitation over Rogers Centre is 75% or greater - a decision is generally made to have the roof closed so as to keep our guests comfortable and dry. SnowAn accumulation of snow on the retractable roof panels affects their movement - endangering the integrity of the panels themselves and placing strain on the equipment that rotates them. An effort to open or close the roof under these conditions would likely cause significant damage, and is therefore - not attempted. not sure that link will work its cached from a broken link
  12. Those seats are damn expensive, I read not to long ago the Colorado ski folk were worried about the economy this winter with the unusual warm weather expected and the low Canadian tourist dollar. I wonder where the Avs figure people are going to dig up this kind of cash?
  13. I dont understand the point of this thread myself.
  14. Making room for Clearys big contract and press conference tomorrow?