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11-20-2012, 01:17 AM
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Originally Posted by tarheelhockey View Post
That's a jarring thought to me, being from outside the natural hockey climate, since all our rinks are year-round. It's never crossed my mind that it might actually be hard to find ice at times up north.
Southern Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta & BC, absolutely you've got a plethora of 365 days of the year indoor arenas' offering up Summer Leagues, Shinny, Camps, you name it. Particularly so in & around Toronto, most cities. From Quebec through the Maritimes however, different story.... odd though, I thought you were a Northeastern Transplant to NC Tarheel. Are your neighbours in the Containment Area for Relocated Yankees aware that your actually native to the area? Are you allowed to even be living behind those gates?

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