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Re: Gone to Juniors

Post by D3Referee » Wed Mar 20, 2013 12:46 pm

Mailman wrote:
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imlisteningtothefnsong wrote:Don't just warm the bus up, hop in and drive it to the land of neck guards, hand rails and nerf pucks. He is in a hockey league, with lumps, bumps, bruises and scoreboards. He knows that if things get rough, a teammate will have his back and he theirs. This is not senseless stick swinging and there is a code of ethics that goes with the tilts. I won't keep going back and forth on this, it is as bad as listening to MSNBC. ](*,)
Ditto. I love this kid. What does he do after winning the Class AA scoring title in his age class? He pops up to Major Junior, picks out the opponents most experienced fighter and proceeds to clean his clock. 15 years old? Amazing! Keep it up kid! God luck up there
If that other kid was an "experienced" fighter, with his wacko opening move, I hate to see an inexperienced one.

First thing I thought when I saw him do that was, "First time, eh son ?"

When someone is busy doing that dog and pony show, that's when you pop 'em one in this kisser :P
:D No kidding, I thought the same thing. That plug has only 1 goal this season and leads their team in fights;
http://www.hockeyfights.com/teams/5009/ ... rs/reg2013

I guess he thought he had an easy one with a 15 year old 9th grader coming up from the Minnesota High School ranks and decided to put on a little show before dishing out the two-fisted welcome. Boy was he wrong! The only welcome there was Jesse's fist and his face ... and his face again ... and again ... and his ribs ... and again ... and finally, his a** and the ice! :lol:

Way to go Jess! Don't let em push you around.
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Post by observer » Wed Mar 20, 2013 3:36 pm

What the heck are you guys talking about?

Looked like two little weenie sissies to me. There are 1000 players that would pound either one of these posers.

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Post by Hockey North » Wed Mar 20, 2013 4:10 pm

Big deal. The kid he fought is a 1996 birthdate, 1 year older than him. Both are the same height and weight. :roll:

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Post by D3Referee » Wed Mar 20, 2013 4:16 pm

observer wrote:What the heck are you guys talking about?

Looked like two little weenie sissies to me. There are 1000 players that would pound either one of these posers.
I'd like to see you say that to his face. You'd be picking teeth out of your bottom lip for a week :lol:

Hockey North: One is a 17 year old with 60 games and 12 fights under his belt. One is a 15 year old fresh from Minnesota High School. Haters gotta spin though :wink:
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Post by WarmUpTheBus » Wed Mar 20, 2013 4:18 pm

D3Referee wrote:
observer wrote:What the heck are you guys talking about?

Looked like two little weenie sissies to me. There are 1000 players that would pound either one of these posers.
I'd like to see you say that to his face. You'd be picking teeth out of your bottom lip for a week :lol:

Hockey North: One is a 17 year old with 60 games and 12 fights under his belt. One is a 15 year old fresh from Minnesota High School. Haters gotta spin though :wink:
What were they fighting about?

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Post by Hockey North » Wed Mar 20, 2013 4:27 pm

One was born February of 1996 and the other June of 1997. So they are 1 year apart. Maybe one got held back or started school late and is a freshman when he could easily be a soph. Big fricken deal. You make it sound like the poor little scrawny 15 year old took on a 23 year old Man!!
Well I'm happy you are proud of him.

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Post by D3Referee » Wed Mar 20, 2013 4:30 pm

Hockey North wrote:One was born February of 1996 and the other June of 1997. So they are 1 year apart. Maybe one got held back or started school late and is a freshman when he could easily be a soph. Big fricken deal. You make it sound like the poor little scrawny 15 year old took on a 23 year old Man!!
Feb 1996 to June 1997 is one year? Nice math from up in flanell land. Is one year still 12 months up there?

I made it sound like a 23 year old? I simply said the 15 year old 9th grader took on their fight leader and beat him. He did.

One is 17 years old with 60-odd games of Major Junior under his belt, with a team leading 12 fights on the season.

One is a 15 year old 9th grader playing his 2nd game and having his first fight.

It is what it is. I just made an observation.

What's your dilemma?
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Post by Hockey North » Wed Mar 20, 2013 4:38 pm

Yeah, it is what it is. Not that big of a deal like you are making it.
Whats your dilemma??

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Post by D3Referee » Wed Mar 20, 2013 4:40 pm

Hockey North wrote:Yeah, it is what it is. Not that big of a deal like you are making it.
Whats your dilemma??
ummm ... "Way to go Jess! Don't let em push you around." yeah, I went wayyy over the top there :roll:
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Re: Gone to Juniors

Post by Lazy Scout » Wed Mar 20, 2013 4:52 pm

D3Referee wrote:
Mailman wrote:
D3Referee wrote:
imlisteningtothefnsong wrote:Don't just warm the bus up, hop in and drive it to the land of neck guards, hand rails and nerf pucks. He is in a hockey league, with lumps, bumps, bruises and scoreboards. He knows that if things get rough, a teammate will have his back and he theirs. This is not senseless stick swinging and there is a code of ethics that goes with the tilts. I won't keep going back and forth on this, it is as bad as listening to MSNBC. ](*,)
Ditto. I love this kid. What does he do after winning the Class AA scoring title in his age class? He pops up to Major Junior, picks out the opponents most experienced fighter and proceeds to clean his clock. 15 years old? Amazing! Keep it up kid! God luck up there
If that other kid was an "experienced" fighter, with his wacko opening move, I hate to see an inexperienced one.

First thing I thought when I saw him do that was, "First time, eh son ?"

When someone is busy doing that dog and pony show, that's when you pop 'em one in this kisser :P
:D No kidding, I thought the same thing. That plug has only 1 goal this season and leads their team in fights;
http://www.hockeyfights.com/teams/5009/ ... rs/reg2013

I guess he thought he had an easy one with a 15 year old 9th grader coming up from the Minnesota High School ranks and decided to put on a little show before dishing out the two-fisted welcome. Boy was he wrong! The only welcome there was Jesse's fist and his face ... and his face again ... and again ... and his ribs ... and again ... and finally, his a** and the ice! :lol:

Way to go Jess! Don't let em push you around.



How is the commute to Brandon, dad (aka Mr. Balboa)??

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Post by 2112 » Thu Mar 21, 2013 9:58 am

observer wrote:What the heck are you guys talking about?

Looked like two little weenie sissies to me. There are 1000 players that would pound either one of these posers.


So says another Keyboard Cowboy!

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Post by WarmUpTheBus » Thu Mar 21, 2013 10:52 am

2112 wrote:
observer wrote:What the heck are you guys talking about?

Looked like two little weenie sissies to me. There are 1000 players that would pound either one of these posers.


So says another Keyboard Cowboy!
"weenie sissies" is a little over the top.
More like midget wrestling.

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Post by OGEE OGELTHORPE » Thu Mar 21, 2013 11:42 am

I think it was more like when Apollo Creed took Rocky Balboa too lightly...

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Post by Nuts&Bolts » Tue Mar 26, 2013 2:43 pm

If the midget cobra move could instead be labeled "rope a dope", it worked with getting Mr. and Mrs. Scorekeeper going.

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Post by grandmeadowhockeyfan » Wed Apr 03, 2013 3:01 am

Any new players to add to this list.

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Post by north_bear » Fri Apr 05, 2013 3:48 am

Avery Peterson, Grand Rapids. Has joined the Sioux City team. Nice to see him land on a USHL team.
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Post by north_bear » Fri Apr 05, 2013 4:19 am

Curious as to what is up with Adam Johnson, played several games for Indiana but has been absent for about a month.
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Post by rainier » Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:46 am

north_bear wrote:Curious as to what is up with Adam Johnson, played several games for Indiana but has been absent for about a month.
He plays on the Hibbing tennis team. He will be joining Indiana next season.

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Post by north_bear » Fri Apr 05, 2013 2:07 pm

10-4, thanks.
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Post by Slap Shot » Sat May 11, 2013 2:02 am

Ramsey...

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Post by spectatorfun » Sun May 12, 2013 8:02 pm

Congrats to Keegan Iverson and Paul Bittner on winning the whl championship. These two are on their way to the memorial cup.
great job..

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Post by D3Referee » Sun May 12, 2013 10:02 pm

spectatorfun wrote:Congrats to Keegan Iverson and Paul Bittner on winning the whl championship. These two are on their way to the memorial cup.
great job..
Thats excellent! And don't forget Mac Carruth. Another one of the 3 Minnesota boys on that team. Carruth 16-4-1 in the playoffs with a 1.63 GAA and 94% save percentage.
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