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  1. Agree 100%. Crowd chants are way more important than music. The person with the music button should be aware and never shut down a cheer. Music has a place but people come to be part of the game, not be forced to remain silent. (No offense to our DJ friend)
  2. If you were King of Hockey, what would you change, impose, or otherwise decree to make REA the best fan experience in the college hockey kingdom? (Other than winning of course)
  3. Glad to hear you change it up and good point on the age of the players. An observation and a couple questions: I’ve found the insanely loud and constant music like we hear in several arenas is not only painful but has the unintended consequence of taking out the crowd by shutting down all spontaneous cheers/chants. Season ticket holders and regulars at Nationwide wear earplugs and would like to catch the DJ alone . When the music starts everyone sits down. To be fair I haven’t been to a UND game in 4 yrs but I feel fortunate to get a DJ’s opinion: what do you think about recorded music vs a college band? What would happen with the crowd and atmosphere if recorded music (except for warm ups and limited situations) wasn’t used at UND? TIA for a response
  4. I don’t know UND’s or St Cloud’s HDC per attempt either 5v5 or PP but based on all the bad “puck luck” I’d guess ours isn’t good. That’s something coaching can help.
  5. Nothing shuts down a crowd like ear damaging clown crazy music. Might as well tell the crowd to sit down and stfu because our fake energy is better than your real energy. We will tell you when to make noise, be loud, be happy, or stand up. The NHL arena I attend is literally like sitting directly in front of Metallica’s speakers for 3 hours.
  6. Well done! Doesn’t load on iTunes for me but Spotify works perfectly. Especially enjoyed the Schlossman episode regarding incoming players and coach search.
  7. I do like the duties and the order they are listed. Critical hire Duties Helping in weight training and conditioning practice US or international recruitment Preparing of game Managing of practice/game Game film analysis Scouting of opponents Other related tasks Qualifications Bachelor's degree 8 years of coaching experience Valid driver's license Successful criminal record background check
  8. In 30 yrs NA’s will be demanding public schools take tribal names. I too wanted to keep Sioux but I was wrong, the school deserved better.
  9. I don’t see how that helps us. Might be better to get someone with strong ties to coaches in rich recruiting area. We have Grand Forks pretty much covered.
  10. It just got awkward. Might have been better to say nothing from the start.
  11. Or Atkinson can keep averaging 1/game. Shoulda taken a second jacket.
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