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12-13-2012, 07:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Kessly Snipes View Post

You mean average of 5.58 hours per day over the year? NYC gets and average 6.57 hours per day.
I'm not following you now .This is where you got the whole "only 1 hour of sunlight in December" idea, no?

Originally Posted by Reign Nateo View Post
Maybe it has something to do with the actual sunshine? Cloud cover? Here is lists UFA as recieving 1 hour of sunlight (not daylight) per day in December, Edmonton on the other hand, is one of the sunniest cities in Canada... Maybe it's not complete darkness as most are taking it, maybe it's cloudy and gloomy too.

But you guys are probably right, Hockey Canada is just a bunch of ignorant *******s...
Well that same site says Toronto gets 2, same with Edmonton.
I'm sorry to break it to you but that's what he said...
“They’re telling us to be prepared for 24 hours of dusk or darkness,” Spott was saying Tuesday in Kitchener, where he’s head coach of the OHL Rangers. “This is going to be one of the challenges. . . . Obviously your body is motivated by light. . . . We’ve got some plans to address that, to make sure the boys are getting the light that’s required.”
Not that this whole thing matters **** all but since there's no hockey going on, it's not like there's other things to discuss

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