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  1. Another factor might be the traditional switching between white and coloured helmets. Football helmets, with few exceptions, are unitary with all uniforms...with hockey, it'd be a big change to have every team wear the same helmet every game.
  2. http://www.canada.com/montrealgazette/aisl...=10%2f30%2f2008
  3. If it is of any note, It was very common to have a Canadian maple leaf as green before the 50s (Aside, of course, from a certain Toronto team). Ex.:
  4. I would assume in French, as was done in 1993.
  5. Hey guys, long time since I've been here, looks to be as active as ever, hope all is well, etc. I was thinking about buying a hockey jersey from this guy on eBay, "PRO JERSEYS and TEAM APPAREL": http://stores.ebay.com/PRO-JERSEYS-and-TEA...idZ2QQpZ2QQtZkm Anyone have any experience with them, good or bad? I'd appreciate it. Thanks.
  6. What makes even less sense is that they don't sell Moosehead at the game...just Keith's and Bud Light... And yeah, they have too mascots now, one of them is a guy with a moosehead on.
  7. How did Gretzky change the sport? How? His play certainly didn't, he was amazing, don't get me wrong, but except for his behind the net antics, nothing revolutionary. If you're looking for revolutionary, look no further then Bob Orr(The offensive defenseman), Stan Mikita(Stick Curves), or Jacques Plante(Goalie playing the puck AND masks). Those are the only guys from the last 50 years to really revolutionize the way the game is played. Touché on Robinson.
  8. So, if all players start clipping each other, then they'll take that rule away too? How about Pass interference? Sharpies? No. A rule is a rule, no matter what. Too bad. If I wanted to wear a patch on my work uniform that they didn't want, I'd have to remove it, or I'd get fired, no matter what the patch represented. Your uniform is what you wear to work. Your employer(s) decide how you wear it.
  9. I think the question to ask is why would a team retire the jersey of a player if he never even played for them? Well see Jordan's number was retired by the Heat... for some reason. Time to brush up on your basketball knowledge I guess so, only because it's absolutely stupid to retire #23. It looks as though they were just desperate to retire somebody's number. speaking of retiring numbers, does anyone else know that the Colorado Avalanche (est. 1996) have exactly as many retired numbers as the Denver Broncos (est. 1960)? Most of those numbers are from the Quebec Nordiques (Est. 1972). Plus, please tone the sig down a bit, thanks... actually none of them are. 33 - Patrick Roy 77 - Raymond Bourque 99 - Wayne Gretzky (Retired by entire NHL) Oh, OK...Thought they counted Nordiques Retired numbers (Tremblay,Tardif, and Goulet) By the way, that Gretzky thing is absolute bull:censored:. Nobody deserves that.
  10. I think the question to ask is why would a team retire the jersey of a player if he never even played for them? Well see Jordan's number was retired by the Heat... for some reason. Time to brush up on your basketball knowledge I guess so, only because it's absolutely stupid to retire #23. It looks as though they were just desperate to retire somebody's number. speaking of retiring numbers, does anyone else know that the Colorado Avalanche (est. 1996) have exactly as many retired numbers as the Denver Broncos (est. 1960)? Most of those numbers are from the Quebec Nordiques (Est. 1972). Plus, please tone the sig down a bit, thanks...
  11. I think they should have the Asian/Pacific group have games at the Tokyo dome or a stadium there...and the Euros and Canada at SkyDome. But, elimination round should be in the US.
  12. Who wants to fly into Phoenix though? I'm just saying that it would be more appealing to have it in a more renounced city... re·nounce ( P ) Pronunciation Key (r-nouns) v. re·nounced, re·nounc·ing, re·nounc·es v. tr. To give up (a title, for example), especially by formal announcement. See Synonyms at relinquish. To reject; disown. ----- Judge not, lest ye be judged.
  13. they're so easy to find! go to any thrift store or used video game shop. They're everywhere. I actually have 3 copies of the game for genesis - don't ask me why. Or you could download the rom, if you can find it somewhere. Be sure to get the genesis version. I think you're thinking of Stanley Cup hockey for SNES (circa 1993) which ranks as one of the worst hockey video games of all time. Unplayable. I loved Stanley Cup one of the best, but thats me Oh, uggghhh, I hated Stanley Cup. It was OK if you got used to it, but the EA games blew it out of the water gameplay wise. The Graphics were fun for about 10 seconds, but the prespective was out of whack. Plus, it didn't say, GOAL! 21 G. CARBONNEAU! when i scored.
  14. I completely forgot about that! I might just consider downloading an emulator and getting that game for it. Yeah, and the Whalers had Brass Bonanza to open things up.
  15. the first task was to find a shrubbery (a nice one, not too expensive) Yeah, and it turned out this shrubbery was strange, illegal, and highly similar to another shrubbery.