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I sense a potential in family "Leafs-Sens" rivalry in your family in Ontario. If I ever end up in your neck of the woods, maybe we'll lace em up and play a game. Even if it's just roller or ball hockey. It's nice to know someone else shares my affinity for the game.
Cool. I don't have family that far over, but I have a lot of family in southern Ontario.
I agree about the Avs. I don't think they will do as well this year. Last year, they surprised everyone with how they played after being dead last the year prior. I guarantee you that they will be much better prepared this season for them.
Besides, in my estimation, their weakness is on their blue line. They're young and fast, but if you can get a good cycle on those boys and pressure their defense, they're bound to cough the puck up.
The forwards did a good job back checking and have to work twice as hard as most teams forward lines. They're goalie will have to play out of his mind again to do as well. I gotta admit, McKinnon is a monster though.
So you're from Newfoundland? Like I said, I like the guy. I just think it's time to let the kids play. If he does do well, I hope it lands him a decent contract elsewhere next season.
Markov.... well, I like him, but I agree with your assessment of Subby-Doo. He wants to win, and it REALLY shows in his game. People in Boston hate him... but he plays for the Habs, so that's no surprise really. Funny enough, his brother (Malcolm) is one of Bostons prospects. How's that for Irony?
I hope we bring Alfy back. We need right hand shots desperately. Plus, he is more than servicable when he plays. I know it's unlikely... but I'd really like to see him win a Cup before he retires.
True enough. If Cleary gets minutes, I will be pretty disturbed. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate what he has done for the team in the past. I simply believe that it's time to let the kids shine. Tatar, Nyquist, Sheahan, Jurco and Glendening have all showed that they are ready for prime time and can contribute more to the team than he can. Bum knee last year or not, it's time to let the kids start carrying the torch.
What do you think about the Subban signing? Honestly, if he made UFA next year, I was hoping the Wings would make a bid for him.
I like playing on the wings (particularly left wing). Getting older and losing a step has made playing center less practical than it used to be. I'm a Red Wings fan, but not a bandwagon wings fan. I've been a fan since the "dead Things" era.
I'm glad Montreal has picked it back up the last year or two. I'm not used to the Mighty Canadiens not winning a cup every five years. Maybe they shouldn't have torn down the old Forum...
The advice about buying a mic preamp instead of going directly to your laptop mic input is given assuming you know or that you can learn the technology. I didn't mention it, but if you're going for the best quality (and you're willing to invest some money) you can skip that laptop mic input and buy a analog-to-digital converter. You connect your mic preamp to the converter, then you go out from the converter to an unused USB port in your laptop.
It all sounds complicated, but there are sure to be resources to help you along. Feel free to ask questions. -SI
Yes, this is true that's why I only read a few. I was hard pressed to find plots that I could actually enjoy.
Long? Not at all... I got into them late. I remember the night I found Kubera, I read about 74 chapters in one setting. I couldn't put it "down" and the best part of Korean webtoons is that a chapter appears as one long strip so you don't have to click on any "pages" until you finish the chapter.
Brrrrrr! I am in the Caribbean right now. Not looking forward to going back to the US!
I like character centric stories too but I also like stories with various characters... just not so many as in Bleach etc. Sometimes people bite off more than they can chew and so the reader never gets to learn enough about that large supporting cast. They would do much better to go deeper with a few characters than just have so many people running around. I mean really... Did Bleach need 13 divisions of shinigami? I think less than half of that would have been more than sufficient!