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 Posted: Fri Jun 21st, 2013 08:59 pm
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lobo316 wrote:
Torts in Vancouver. That's a train wreck just waiting to happen.

As someone that hates the Canucks I absolutely love this hire. They could not have picked a worse guy to coach a team led by the coddled Sedins.



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CanadianHorseman wrote: lobo316 wrote:
Torts in Vancouver. That's a train wreck just waiting to happen.

As someone that hates the Canucks I absolutely love this hire.


 

Me too. The post game interviews will be hilarious.

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 Posted: Fri Jun 21st, 2013 09:30 pm
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lobo316 wrote:
CanadianHorseman wrote: lobo316 wrote:
Torts in Vancouver. That's a train wreck just waiting to happen.

As someone that hates the Canucks I absolutely love this hire.


 

Me too. The post game interviews will be hilarious.



I figure Tony Gallagher ( The Province newspaper ) will be an adequate replacement for Larry Brooks.





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Somewhat Hockey related,

The Calgary Saddledome is apparently flooded all the way up to row 10.



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clawmaster wrote: Somewhat Hockey related,

The Calgary Saddledome is apparently flooded all the way up to row 10.


 

The city has been evacuated & sealed off. Good thing Calgary didn't make the finals.

 

http://www.forterietimes.ca/2013/06/21/saddledome-flooded-calgary-stampede-in-jeopardy

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clawmaster wrote:
Somewhat Hockey related,

The Calgary Saddledome is apparently flooded all the way up to row 10.



from sportsnet.ca:






It has become a scary scene in Calgary.

Water has reached at least as high as row 10 of Calgary’s Saddledome Friday with reports after 6 p.m. ET indicating the luxury boxes have been flooded, and the Flames’ dressing rooms have been severely damaged. In addition to other equipment, the Jumbotron resting on the arena’s floor has been ruined.

Libby Raines, the Flames’ vice president of building operations, spoke to 660 News Friday but provided no specifics other than there is water on the event floor (ice level) encroaching into the lower-bowl seats.








The 19,000-seat Saddledome is one of the feature buildings on the Calgary Stampede grounds. Officials say there is little that can be done to pump the water out of the building because there is simply too much inside.

The Stampede is set to begin July 5. Raines would not comment on whether or not the Saddledome will have to cancel events scheduled for the Stampede in July.

Calgary has been one of the hardest-hit areas by the massive flooding in Alberta this week, and several schools were closed as a precautionary measure amid concerns about rising waters.

Flames employees were instructed to stay home Friday.



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Hey clawmaster - is this you ???? :tongue:




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An update for the flooding in Calgary - the flooding is now receding but at its worst water went up to row 14 of the lower bowl at the Saddledome. The dressing rooms and all the equipment for the score clock have been destroyed.



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Game 5 from Chicago

Blackhawks lead 1-0 after 1



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Patrick Kane gets his second goal, Hawks lead 2-0 in the second



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Score remains 2-0 after 2



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Chara scores for the B's, cuts lead to 2-1 in the 3rd



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Still 2-1 Blackhawks with around 5 minutes to go in the 3rd



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Bergeron was taken to the hospital.



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Empty net goal. 3-1 Hawks!!



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