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The fact that you bumped a topic a mere three minutes after you started it suggests that you crave attention. Particulary since you managed to fill a void that didn't exist with something that looks like it took no more than two minutes tops to make.

Otherwise, it's okay.

--Roger "Time?" Clemente.

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The fact that you bumped a topic a mere three minutes after you started it suggests that you crave attention. Particulary since you managed to fill a void that didn't exist with something that looks like it took no more than two minutes tops to make.

Otherwise, it's okay.

I used the name College Gridiron because it cant be NCAA Football, since EA Sports has that and considering that the College basketball name is College Hoops,

and not something like "College Basketball." (College hoops also doesnt have the NCAA logo)

Anyway, it probably took the company "no more than two minutes tops" to create the cover of Major League Baseball

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Well, your NHL 2K6 design wont happen. Being a proud member of http://www.espnhockey.net, I have learned that if the NHL crest appears on a game, the NHLPA logo has to be of equal size and as visable as the NHL one. Toying with a concept cover I made for the game last year I was given that information by one of the game designers. The NBA, NFL and NBA dont have that stupid rule...yet...

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NHL? NHLPA?  What are these leagues you speak of?  :therock:

that would be the defunct NHL.

defunct as in Cleveland Barons and the XFL.

:evil:

Hey the Cleveland Barons aren't defunct! Cleveland fans can cheer on the Dallas Stars, since the Barons merged with the North Stars in the 70s, who moved to Dallas in the 90s. And the XFL is sooo making a comeback.

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Hey the Cleveland Barons aren't defunct! Cleveland fans can cheer on the Dallas Stars, since the Barons merged with the North Stars in the 70s, who moved to Dallas in the 90s.

you're damn right :)

go seals/barons/northstars/stars :D

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Hey the Cleveland Barons aren't defunct! Cleveland fans can cheer on the Dallas Stars, since the Barons merged with the North Stars in the 70s, who moved to Dallas in the 90s. And the XFL is sooo making a comeback.

Almost. You're close. However, in 1991, the Oakland/California/Cleveland franchise was seperated from the Minnesota franchise, and granted to San Jose. So, actually, the old Cleveland Barons are really now the San Jose Sharks.

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Hey the Cleveland Barons aren't defunct!  Cleveland fans can cheer on the Dallas Stars, since the Barons merged with the North Stars in the 70s, who moved to Dallas in the 90s.  And the XFL is sooo making a comeback.

Almost. You're close. However, in 1991, the Oakland/California/Cleveland franchise was seperated from the Minnesota franchise, and granted to San Jose. So, actually, the old Cleveland Barons are really now the San Jose Sharks.

really? i hadn't heard of that before.

that's very interesting. i'm working on a stars history thing for my website, and would be interested in knowing more about this.

you know where i can find any indepth information about it on the net?

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Hey the Cleveland Barons aren't defunct!  Cleveland fans can cheer on the Dallas Stars, since the Barons merged with the North Stars in the 70s, who moved to Dallas in the 90s.  And the XFL is sooo making a comeback.

Almost. You're close. However, in 1991, the Oakland/California/Cleveland franchise was seperated from the Minnesota franchise, and granted to San Jose. So, actually, the old Cleveland Barons are really now the San Jose Sharks.

really? i hadn't heard of that before.

that's very interesting. i'm working on a stars history thing for my website, and would be interested in knowing more about this.

you know where i can find any indepth information about it on the net?

Wasn't it something where there were multiple owners and the ones from the old teams split off to make the Sharks?

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you know where i can find any indepth information about it on the net?

Not really. Google might be your friend, though I don't know if it's totally common knowledge. I tried doing some searching, and there are some explanations about the whole dispersal draft mess--the Sharks were alllowed to take a good portion of the North Stars' roster, then the North Stars and Sharks both participated int he expansion draft. The whole deal revolved around the Gund brothers wanting to move the North Stars outright to San Jose, and that's when Norm Green and Harold Ballard stepped in to buy the North Stars franchise, which led to the separation and draft scenario.

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NHL? NHLPA?  What are these leagues you speak of?  :therock:

that would be the defunct NHL.

defunct as in Cleveland Barons and the XFL.

:evil:

Hey the Cleveland Barons aren't defunct! Cleveland fans can cheer on the Dallas Stars, since the Barons merged with the North Stars in the 70s, who moved to Dallas in the 90s. And the XFL is sooo making a comeback.

The Cleveland Barons actually still do live and play in the top hockey league- as of right now that would be the AHL!! Also there is a junior league team called the Cleveland Barons. As for the NHL version, yeah they are the San Jose Sharks.

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you know where i can find any indepth information about it on the net?

Better yet, contact the team's public relations department or, still better, a historian with the hockey hall of fame. At least then you could attribute the facts to a person with an appropriate title instead of a web page. Just a thought.

:D

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NHL? NHLPA?  What are these leagues you speak of?  :therock:

that would be the defunct NHL.

defunct as in Cleveland Barons and the XFL.

:evil:

Hey the Cleveland Barons aren't defunct! Cleveland fans can cheer on the Dallas Stars, since the Barons merged with the North Stars in the 70s, who moved to Dallas in the 90s. And the XFL is sooo making a comeback.

The Cleveland Barons actually still do live and play in the top hockey league- as of right now that would be the AHL!! Also there is a junior league team called the Cleveland Barons. As for the NHL version, yeah they are the San Jose Sharks.

Not for long if they move to Tulsa! However, here's hoping that the Crusaders come back, with the WHA! :D

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