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02-15-2008, 05:32 AM
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Bobby Sanguinetti about to celebrate his 5th Birthday!!

Yes, he was born on 2.29.88, which is obviously on a leap year. That has to be really weird.

In a scoring update, he is 2nd in the OHL in scoring by Defensemen with 56 points. GP-47, G-21, A-35, P-56, PIM- 30. He ranks 3rd on the Battalion in points.

I really want this kid to do well, being that he's another Jersey boy!

Will we see him on the Rangers next year? I hope so!

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Same case with Cam Ward, he turns 6 this year. I never knew any other players that were the same case. Neat, though.

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yeah Sangs is great either way

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Simon Gagne is another one. Don't know why I know that.

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LOL what a youngster

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Sangs is number 1 in goals for a dman, correct?

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How is he eligible to play in the AHL?

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Sangs is number 1 in goals for a dman, correct?
yup, he sure is

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Simon Gagne is another one. Don't know why I know that.
I knew that too. I think maybe sam or JD brought it up in a broadcast several years ago.

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How is he eligible to play in the AHL?
Lol he doesnt. He plays in the OHL???

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Yes, he was born on 2.29.88, which is obviously on a leap year. That has to be really weird.

In a scoring update, he is 2nd in the OHL in scoring by Defensemen with 56 points. GP-47, G-21, A-35, P-56, PIM- 30. He ranks 3rd on the Battalion in points.

I really want this kid to do well, being that he's another Jersey boy!

Will we see him on the Rangers next year? I hope so!
Aaaaactually, the year 2000 was not a leap year. Years ending in 00 are not included in the pagan holiday "leap year". Something akin to garlic with vampires. So he's 4.

In all seriousness, years ending in 00 are not leap years. Someone google a calendar from 2000 and you'll notice feb 29 is not on there. Basically, a complete revolution around the sun is technically something like 365.2499 days so every 4 years we account for all of those remainders. Every 100 years we are completely square and in no need of the extra day. It's science!

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Aaaaactually, the year 2000 was not a leap year. Years ending in 00 are not included in the pagan holiday "leap year". Something akin to garlic with vampires. So he's 4.

In all seriousness, years ending in 00 are not leap years. Someone google a calendar from 2000 and you'll notice feb 29 is not on there. Basically, a complete revolution around the sun is technically something like 365.2499 days so every 4 years we account for all of those remainders. Every 100 years we are completely square and in no need of the extra day. It's science!
These guys say you are wrong http://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/?year=2000

Geez I'm bored.......

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me and gagne have the same birthday we're both gonna be 7..

i'm in pretty good company i guess.. lol

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simon gagne's gonna be 7!!

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Aaaaactually, the year 2000 was not a leap year. Years ending in 00 are not included in the pagan holiday "leap year". Something akin to garlic with vampires. So he's 4.

In all seriousness, years ending in 00 are not leap years. Someone google a calendar from 2000 and you'll notice feb 29 is not on there. Basically, a complete revolution around the sun is technically something like 365.2499 days so every 4 years we account for all of those remainders. Every 100 years we are completely square and in no need of the extra day. It's science!
i am well aware in how leap years work. Your absolutely wrong. How is it after 100 years are we completely square? you said so yourself that each revolution is 365.25 days who is the 4 years leading up from 1997 to 2000 change that? we still have to account to that quarter year for each of those 4 years and add it to the year 2000. Im sorry as a math major i couldnt let that go.

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Ok, my bad. I'm half right.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leap_year
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However, some exceptions to this rule are required since the duration of a solar year is slightly less than 365.25 days. Years which are divisible by 100 are not leap years, unless they are also divisible by 400, in which case they are leap years.[1][2] For example, 1600 and 2000 were leap years, but 1700, 1800 and 1900 were not.
I took astronomy in college and that was something we learned and apparently forgot.

The wikipedia link and the following explain the math of it all for you OCD guys.
http://www.infoplease.com/spot/leapyear1.html

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