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On 12/24/2020 at 12:51 PM, sioux rube said:

Haven’t tapped it yet 

When I was picking up some whine and Jack Daniels today, I priced checked that Whiskey, it's 80 bucks a bottle. Holy Cow, it must really be good.  

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What he's doing with the Cup in Winnipeg is pure class.  As a Sioux fan, it gives me more pride to see him doing that than parading it around the Ralph so we can have a jacked up fan experience.  

I will never forget the time I went to a Marlies game to see Frattin play. During warm ups I was standing along the glass with my Sioux jersey on. As Frattin skated around the corner he looked up saw

jewels made the Oilers!

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Cole Smith making his NHL debut, playing for Nashville Predators on the 4th line.  Rocco Grimaldi playing on the 3rd line for the Preds....pretty awesome that Smith made it to the NHL, congrats!

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28 minutes ago, JaDubbs said:

Cole Smith making his NHL debut, playing for Nashville Predators on the 4th line.  Rocco Grimaldi playing on the 3rd line for the Preds....pretty awesome that Smith made it to the NHL, congrats!

Wonder how many college teams have had numerous walk-ons make it to the NHL.  Phil Sykes, Matt Henderson, Jay Caulfield, and Cole Smith.  Any that I am missing? I know Caulfield had a football scholarship and was injured, but don’t think he had hockey scholarship.

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1 hour ago, JaDubbs said:

Cole Smith making his NHL debut, playing for Nashville Predators on the 4th line.  Rocco Grimaldi playing on the 3rd line for the Preds....pretty awesome that Smith made it to the NHL, congrats!

I never doubted that Smith would play in the NHL. Big body with a great work ethic. 

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1 hour ago, tnt said:

Wonder how many college teams have had numerous walk-ons make it to the NHL.  Phil Sykes, Matt Henderson, Jay Caulfield, and Cole Smith.  Any that I am missing? I know Caulfield had a football scholarship and was injured, but don’t think he had hockey scholarship.

Wasn’t Ludwig a walk-on?

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36 minutes ago, Tbone said:

Wasn’t Ludwig a walk-on?

I believe he was.  IIRC he decided he would walk on at the school who lost in the Championship game. That is the year we lost to Minnesota.  

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11 hours ago, tnt said:

Wonder how many college teams have had numerous walk-ons make it to the NHL.  Phil Sykes, Matt Henderson, Jay Caulfield, and Cole Smith.  Any that I am missing? I know Caulfield had a football scholarship and was injured, but don’t think he had hockey scholarship.

apparently smith had a 20% scholly at the start.

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12 hours ago, tnt said:

Wonder how many college teams have had numerous walk-ons make it to the NHL.  Phil Sykes, Matt Henderson, Jay Caulfield, and Cole Smith.  Any that I am missing? I know Caulfield had a football scholarship and was injured, but don’t think he had hockey scholarship.

No he did not have a scholarship. If I remember correctly, Gino, Dean and John needed a body for practice and they allowed him to skate with the team. His reward was getting to play in a single game against BU.

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10 minutes ago, siouxkid12 said:

No he did not have a scholarship. If I remember correctly, Gino, Dean and John needed a body for practice and they allowed him to skate with the team. His reward was getting to play in a single game against BU.

... and later his name on the Stanley Cup with Pittsburgh ... twice!

Currently, Caufield works as an analyst on Penguins Pregame & Postgame on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Cup_winning_players

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4 hours ago, The Sicatoka said:

... and later his name on the Stanley Cup with Pittsburgh ... twice!

Currently, Caufield works as an analyst on Penguins Pregame & Postgame on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Cup_winning_players

Yea I should've mentioned that but I was referring to how he got on the UND hockey team. Didn't friend of his beg the GM of the Rangers to give him a tryout?

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On 12/31/2020 at 8:44 PM, Goon said:

When I was picking up some whine and Jack Daniels today, I priced checked that Whiskey, it's 80 bucks a bottle. Holy Cow, it must really be good.  

Bought a bottle for Christmas.  It was ok. Good news is the bottle was autographed. 

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20 hours ago, tnt said:

Wonder how many college teams have had numerous walk-ons make it to the NHL.  Phil Sykes, Matt Henderson, Jay Caulfield, and Cole Smith.  Any that I am missing? I know Caulfield had a football scholarship and was injured, but don’t think he had hockey scholarship.

Jason Blake right? 

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Philadelphia Flyers Zane McIntyre, G - Signed as Free Agent Minors contract - Lehigh Valley-AHL

Maple Leafs place Spezza, Dell on waivers

The Toronto Maple Leafs placed veteran forward Jason Spezza and goalie Aaron Dell on waivers Sunday. TSN.ca Staff

  • The Toronto Maple Leafs placed veteran forward Jason Spezza and goalie Aaron Dell on waivers Sunday.

Dell is behind starter Frederik Andersen and backup Jack Campbell on the Leafs' depth chart in net and hasn't appeared in a game for Toronto this season.

The 31-year-old played four seasons with the San Jose Sharks prior to his time in Toronto, and has a career 2.75 goals against average and .908 save percentage.

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