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  1. The guy is insufferable. I used to live in Omaha until recently. I can tell you that his real life personality is just as awesome as his internet personality.
  2. MuggsyGobes


    I have a green reebok replica from 2011 (WCHA patch on tail of jersey instead of chest). It's a size XL and in flawless condition. I wear size medium so I don't wear this jersey. If anyone either has a kelly green medium from his era or is looking for an XL Sioux jersey, please let me know. Thank you.
  3. Criticizes the assassination of character.....proceeds to do the exact same thing by assassinating someone's character based upon where they live. I wonder why you have zero credibility or respect on this board.
  4. Osterberg and Miska are on Duluth's synchronized diving team.
  5. Osterberg will have a great pro soccer career with those diving skills.
  6. I too struggle with this. Indisputable evidence shouldn't take much time to determine one way or the other.
  7. Helluva day so far. You can all rest easy now.
  8. Being superstitious is a real b****. I guess I'm going to Bed, Bath, and Beyond again on Friday morning
  9. Nickname controversy aside, this logic does not make sense. UND has won several conference championships and the national title since the Sioux name was retired. I think it's safe to say there was no less animosity towards the retirement "Sioux" and the adoption of "Fighting Hawks" in past seasons compared to this one. I admit I don't own a single article of "Hawks" clothing, but I can at least appreciate an argument for moving on for the sake of unity. Nevertheless, your comment is cheap shot trolling and a bit laughable considering the UND Fighting Hawks won a natty last year.
  10. Group of 10 of us wanting to go down, all tried to get tickets, all failed. I couldn't even buy a single ticket. Seems weird.
  11. Big hit from Finley last night is the talk of the Finish Elite League. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=2s4n9W3qN2Y&app=desktop
  12. I live in Omaha and would recommend staying at any of the hotels in Aksarben Village from a pure convenience standpoint. Hotels, bars, restaurants, the UND pregame party, and of course the arena are all within walking distance. My folks always come for the series and stay in Aksbaren now that the Mavs play at the Baxter instead of downtown at the Century Link and really like it because you don't have to drive at all once you get to town. There are more places to eat/drink downtown, but not as much of a hockey crowd/energy since UNO changed venues. Either way, Omaha is an easy place to get around and we have both Uber and Lyft as well. Happy to be the Omaha concierge for anyone who has general questions. I hope to see lots of green again this year! Safe travels.
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