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  1. Not that it matters much but believe it was Kotyk that ran Poolman.
  2. She was responding to me as apparently I used inappropriate terms for a referee. Lesson learned today: First Amendment doesn't apply to those who choose to vent some frustration on this message board. I will point out that I did throw a bone, in the same post, to the 'bozo' or 'clown' that ultimately made the decision to waive off - he must have seen definitive evidence on some zoomed-in image on that small monitor that Hoff was in the zone before the puck. If I was able to see the same image, then I will gladly change the descriptor to 'expert'. Otherwise, I claim that the evidence from the images us misinformed fans saw did not reach the level of conclusiveness to waive off the goal. BTW, if he had not waived off the goal, the team beats BU, AND evidence was seen later that Hoff was truly offsides, then I would feel the win to be tainted. He would flip back to being a bozo, in my small, diseased brain at least.
  3. You bring up good points here as to distance, view obstruction and resolution. I would add those bozos were looking at a monitor that could not have been greater that 13" on the diagonal. The one I was looking at, even thru green-tinted glasses, was 50" on the diagonal and it certainly was not conclusive in my mind. Perhaps the clowns were looking at different image(s) than ESPN was broadcasting - I'll hang my hat on this to justify disallowing the goal in order to stay out of the rabbit hole.
  4. Between the two nights, I heard Pearl Jam five-six times, I'm happy. Coffee at only one location in a cold arena + no hot chocolate: poor planning for a hockey event. We hopped across the street to Starbucks between games on Saturday. Patience for one more year on ice conditions, boards integrity, fit/finish for seating, bathrooms and ventilation.
  5. Spreading the word as requested... A fine young fella, Jonathan, at NCHC Guest Services hooked up the wife and I with seats in 121, saved ~$35 in service fees, in my estimation. He relayed to me that there are open spots in all of those five end sections the Sioux will be shooting at twice.
  6. I heard back from the NCHC late last night via email - they validate both assessments from ringneck28 & southpaw Thus, if you like that kind of thing in the lower level and tickets are available - sections 116, 118, 121, 124 & 126 would be the good seats.
  7. Target Center personnel are clueless, and NCHC is tardy on answering an email. Anyone know what end the home team will be shooting at twice, i.e., which seating sections?
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  9. Anyone remember which goal end/Target Center seating sections the designated home team will be shooting at twice?
  10. I do see that single-day Friday tickets are for sale via the TC site. But @ $71.50/ticket. The seat was in 113. What section were you looking at for $21.50/ticket?
  11. Besides the obvious (win for the good guys), what non-UND teams should we be pulling for tonight?
  12. Assuming host school = home team, then 106-114 is that end.
  13. Are you a Champions Club member?
  14. REA bought the rights to this HOF game, does that mean Sioux will be the home team? Anyone hear or see something to confirm/deny that? Reference:
  15. WJC: Boeser, Jost and whom else?