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Is Greenway turning into Hermantown?
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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 12:39 am    Post subject: Re: Is Greenway turning into Hermantown? Reply with quote

kniven wrote:
kniven wrote:
Well, I guess we will find out soon enough. If Smalley leaves CEC, I wonder who the Lumberjacks would be looking at. I donít think Smalley is going anywhere. I also donít think he applied for CSS job


Anybody hear from a source that Smalley is interested in Wilderness head coaching job? It does make sense, I guess.


No, they will hire someone with NAHL experience which neither Smalley or Esty have, look for an experienced hire here. Your Jacks look loaded hoping Smalls shows them the way!
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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 12:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="Jeffy95"][quote="ThatMNHockeyGuy62"]
greenwayraider wrote:
Iím not sure what public policy regarding busing outside a district you are referring to. Greenway buses go through Rapids and vice versa. Greenway is a big loser to Rapids in open enrollment. Rapids buses pick up these kids in Greenway.


I stand corrected. It appears itís up to each individual school district if they want to bus outside their boundaries. In the twin cities it must just be that the larger districts choose to limit their transportation costs. Minnetonka for example gains 1/3 of their students from open enrollment, and instead of bussing all over the region, parents drive their kids to a neighborhood on the edge of their boundaries for a bus to pick them up there. The bussing part was really not a part of my overall point however on the advantage of private vs public.[/quote\]



cmon?? hermhockey is that true??
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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 4:02 am    Post subject: Re: Is Greenway turning into Hermantown? Reply with quote

SpOilerfan wrote:
kniven wrote:
kniven wrote:
Well, I guess we will find out soon enough. If Smalley leaves CEC, I wonder who the Lumberjacks would be looking at. I donít think Smalley is going anywhere. I also donít think he applied for CSS job


Anybody hear from a source that Smalley is interested in Wilderness head coaching job? It does make sense, I guess.


No, they will hire someone with NAHL experience which neither Smalley or Esty have, look for an experienced hire here. Your Jacks look loaded hoping Smalls shows them the way!


correct SP the next coach does have NAHL experience
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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 1:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks like former Greenway standout Ken Gernander is moving back to Coleraine. His son will be a junior forward. Even more firepower for the Raiders. An interesting side story is that Gernander, Vekich and Miller were key components to the great Ď87 team. Now their sons (all juniors to be) will be playing for Greenway.
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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 2:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Looks like former Greenway standout Ken Gernander is moving back to Coleraine. His son will be a junior forward. Even more firepower for the Raiders. An interesting side story is that Gernander, Vekich and Miller were key components to the great Ď87 team. Now their sons (all juniors to be) will be playing for Greenway.



That is nice, but who is going to be the goalie?
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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 3:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Goalie is a big question mark. Without a good one, I don't see them being able to beat Hermantown.
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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 3:34 pm    Post subject: Re: Is Greenway turning into Hermantown? Reply with quote

SpOilerfan wrote:
kniven wrote:
kniven wrote:
Well, I guess we will find out soon enough. If Smalley leaves CEC, I wonder who the Lumberjacks would be looking at. I donít think Smalley is going anywhere. I also donít think he applied for CSS job


Anybody hear from a source that Smalley is interested in Wilderness head coaching job? It does make sense, I guess.


No, they will hire someone with NAHL experience which neither Smalley or Essy have, look for an experienced hire here. Your Jacks look loaded hoping Smalls shows them the way!
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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 10:33 pm    Post subject: Re: Is Greenway turning into Hermantown? Reply with quote

It should be an interesting off season, pre-season, and the season itself. Discipline and accountability will be the key with this group of boys. If you want to have fun, join the circus. Its about a lot more than fun and hurt feelings.
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PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 10:36 pm    Post subject: Re: Is Greenway turning into Hermantown? Reply with quote

SpOilerfan wrote:
SpOilerfan wrote:
kniven wrote:
kniven wrote:
Well, I guess we will find out soon enough. If Smalley leaves CEC, I wonder who the Lumberjacks would be looking at. I donít think Smalley is going anywhere. I also donít think he applied for CSS job


Anybody hear from a source that Smalley is interested in Wilderness head coaching job? It does make sense, I guess.


No, they will hire someone with NAHL experience which neither Smalley or Essy have, look for an experienced hire here. Your Jacks look loaded hoping Smalls shows them the way!



Madsen's hiring at CSS was announced today:

http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/sports/4453555-college-mens-hockey-saints-hire-madsen-away-wilderness

The article also confirms what Spolier and formersection3Afan reported here, that the new Wilderness coach has NAHL experience: Dave Boitz, the team's GM, will add the head coaching duties. He's previously coached in the league.
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