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DamStrait

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  1. There’s never a good reason to choose DU.
  2. Ah yes - the old “if you disagree with me, you must be a racist” card. As disgusting as it is pathetic - not to mention self-defeating, unpersuasive, and inaccurate.
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    Hobey Baker

    Kawaguchi was robbed. Parise was robbed. Lessard’s UMD team was 0-5 vs. Parise’s UND that season. Not that head-to-head record should typically be considered, but 0-5 is too lopsided to ignore. I believe UND also swept at Duluth the last series of the regular season to sew up the league title (and deny UMD). Which would you rather have on your team? No contest between Parise and Lessard - even uberhomer Ciskie would have rather had Parise that season. Harder decision between Kawaguchi and Perunovich, but Kawaguchi’s timely scoring and character, to include his lack of diving (unlike others), make it a bit easier.
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    The Herald

    I'm betting that one of the first expenses companies are reducing if not outright eliminating is advertisement.
  5. Why is the media not asking the obvious questions? According to the Minnesota governor, 100,000 people in that state are expected to require intensive care because of the virus. Right now there are 235 intensive care beds in the state. Assuming the weekly average will be half the peak, that means in order for supply to meet peak demand, the event would last 100,000/235 x 2 = 850 weeks. Clearly other solutions, such as a vaccine, should be viable long before then. So then, what is the strategy? How many intensive care beds will be added to cope with this crisis? Again, let's do the math: a crisis of 24 weeks duration would require 100,000/24 x 2 = 8,333 intensive care beds (an increase of 8,098 beds or over 3,300%). A crisis of 12 weeks duration crisis would require 16,667 intensive care beds, and a 4 week crisis would require 50,000 of them. At what number of intensive care beds is the capacity of available professional medical personnel exceeded? What happens if the spread happens more slowly than our new capacity to deal with it? Do we further loosen social distancing restrictions in order to shorten the duration? What happens if that becomes too effective (overwhelms care capacity)? Again what is the strategy? Is it to "flatten the curve" until a vaccine is available and distributed (likely to be until at least the end of the calendar year)? Or is it to add as many intensive care beds as possible, then let 'er rip - with the idea than we've done all we could to prepare, and now we'll have to do the best we can? I'm assuming these relative numbers are expected to be similar nationally. It would be nice to get someone in the media to ask what should be obvious questions, instead of continuously actively trying to get their favorites into office.
  6. Hang it in black away from the championship banners, labeled only as “2020”.
  7. I'm having trouble understanding how cancelling tournament games (NCHC, NCAA) where attendance is absent represents a meaningful mitigation of risk concerning the corona virus. If it does, then we are in huge trouble since nothing has been done about much larger risks such as air travel, all forms of mass transportation, shopping malls, restaurants, bars, etc. Since nothing has been done about these, the ending of the season smacks of grandstanding, window dressing, and empty symbolism ("we're not really doing anything, but at least we're seen to be doing something!"). Can you imagine? If all forms of mass transit were shut down, the self proclaimed people that matter in the northeast would be lighting their hair on fire.
  8. South club lounge (end Sioux shoot at twice) · 2 seats each night; · children admitted with adult; · "bar stool" (end of row) seating; · bench side of the ice - great seats; · 2 free "adult" beverages per person (before drop of the puck); · includes use of parking pass; · in-seat drink service; · free pre-packaged popcorn, chips, etc. and canned pop throughout the game (while it lasts - usually something left at the end of the game, I believe); · another 2 standing room "seats" available (since the bar stool seats are the top row, all four in your party can be in immediate proximity of one another); · $194 total for both seats, Friday. $238 total for both sears, Saturday. NOTE - The Ralph is charging $40 on Friday and $49 on Saturday for GA tickets for this series - which may be sold out. I believe the Ralph charges $15 over an adult GA ticket for a SRO ticket (which have always been available inmy experience) - if you want one or more of these as well, it will be in addition to the prices listed above ($194 - Friday; $228 - Saturday), at cost. If you already have GA ticket,you can use that in order to gain admittance to the club as a "guest" (SRO) - one guest allowed per regular club seat, so you save at least $15 per SRO that way. PM me if interested. Thanks
  9. Pluto channel 455 - I guess since UND is no longer a member of the Big Sky, they no longer have their own channel.
  10. All hail the "fewer than sign" (<).
  11. 2 all session tickets - tickets are in the Twin Cities - can overnight them to other locations - paid $200 - just looking to cover may costs, but will take best offer if I can't. Seats are Section 102, Row F, seats 7 & 8. PM me if interested. Thanks
  12. Now I get “We have reached out to staff on site about the stream. We hope to have it up soon”.
  13. I get “Something went wrong during native playback”. Not very encouraging.
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