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01-11-2013, 11:54 AM
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Originally Posted by waker View Post
#64 is a fine number. Mikael Granlund uses it. Back in Finland we used to call him MIG-64 as in Mikoyan jet fighter aircraft. Russian Yakovlev fighter plane models are named with prefix "Yak", so Yak-64?
Not bad but "N64" was decided upon almost as soon as he picked his number. It's a little less obscure

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