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Just curious. What age group do you fall under?

View Poll Results: What age group do you fall under?
10-15 2 0.70%
16-20 40 14.08%
21-25 97 34.15%
26-30 52 18.31%
30+ 93 32.75%
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04-28-2011, 12:52 PM
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25.

Gonna be 26 in July, which would put me in the 26 - 30 group

When did I grow up so fast?

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04-28-2011, 12:57 PM
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30+ though my wife says I act a lot younger

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Man, we've got a lot of 29 year olds here. We should form a club. I've got my eye on the perfect tree house.
is it where we would hide from our gf's/wives???

BTW, nice profile avatar....love that show. I want a wolf!!!!

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25.

Gonna be 26 in July, which would put me in the 26 - 30 group

When did I grow up so fast?
Yeah I'm 26 and feel the exact same way. It doesnt seem right but if you look at it I have my own place, bought my own car, pay insurance and bills and have credit cards. Sometimes I stll feel like I'm like 20 though.

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04-28-2011, 01:23 PM
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DoTheBlue you can come out of hiding now, you're not the oldest.




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hahahahahaha.

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04-28-2011, 01:31 PM
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I've been over the hill for at least 25 years.

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04-28-2011, 01:34 PM
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04-28-2011, 01:35 PM
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Hahaha! Only a few more years before I reach that pinnacle of life.
Such lofty goals you have set for yourself.

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04-28-2011, 01:42 PM
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Such lofty goals you have set for yourself.
It's the simple things.

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I'm 32, and now I feel slightly old with all the tween-e-boppers on here.

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04-28-2011, 01:55 PM
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i do find it funny though that a lot of people who have been around here for a while are all in the 28-32 range.

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I'm 59 years old. I want to win now!

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Hey, grandpa.

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20, turning 21 in October

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20...turning 21 in october....Not like ill pay the 10 bucks for my 1st legitimate garden beer anyway on opening night. But a lot of people rag on young posters here like myself, but give us credit. We havent seen anything good. I wasnt even 4 in 94, and i was going on 7 in that flyers ecf in 1997 which was hurting and 1 of my 1st real nyr experiences. Thats also why i hate the flyers more than any other team and its grown since then. After that ive dealt with nothing good, thank god the yanks were my life from 98-2003 with those 5 world series appearances in 6 years. Yet, i didnt realize how much I loved and missed the rangers until the lockout...Once it came back it was always Rangers over Yanks and anything else, been that way every since. Why do you expect when we grew up watching kasparatis and lindros garbage. This year was the 1st time in my life it felt great to be a rangers fan....feeling optimistic for the future, im guessing its like 1989 all over again with the youth.

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04-28-2011, 03:09 PM
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20...turning 21 in october....Not like ill pay the 10 bucks for my 1st legitimate garden beer anyway on opening night. But a lot of people rag on young posters here like myself, but give us credit. We havent seen anything good. I wasnt even 4 in 94, and i was going on 7 in that flyers ecf in 1997 which was hurting and 1 of my 1st real nyr experiences. Thats also why i hate the flyers more than any other team and its grown since then. After that ive dealt with nothing good, thank god the yanks were my life from 98-2003 with those 5 world series appearances in 6 years. Yet, i didnt realize how much I loved and missed the rangers until the lockout...Once it came back it was always Rangers over Yanks and anything else, been that way every since. Why do you expect when we grew up watching kasparatis and lindros garbage. This year was the 1st time in my life it felt great to be a rangers fan....feeling optimistic for the future, im guessing its like 1989 all over again with the youth.
You bring up a good point.

At the same time, not having seen a truly good hockey team seems to skew the opinion of the younger guys here.

I've seen good, and this current team, while better than several other years, ain't that good.

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04-28-2011, 03:38 PM
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I'm 59 years old. I want to win now!

(With apologies to Leon Hess)
Ya got me beat--although as a girl, I don't have to tell my age

And yes, I certainly do want to see another Cup skated around the Garden (by the guys in Blue of course), perferably while I can still chew the pizza crust!

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Ya got me beat--although as a girl, I don't have to tell my age

And yes, I certainly do want to see another Cup skated around the Garden (by the guys in Blue of course--seeing the Stanley Cup skated around by Boston was no fun).
Wow, now I found that surprising for whatever reason. Never would've suspected that.

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You bring up a good point.

At the same time, not having seen a truly good hockey team seems to skew the opinion of the younger guys here.

I've seen good, and this current team, while better than several other years, ain't that good.
I've made it my mission to watch classic games especially the 94 team. The contrast between that team and this current one is truly amazing.

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(in 1997, i successfully lobbied AOL and canoe.ca to create prospect forums.)
lol, canoe.ca that brings back some memories. AOL

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You bring up a good point.

At the same time, not having seen a truly good hockey team seems to skew the opinion of the younger guys here.

I've seen good, and this current team, while better than several other years, ain't that good.
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I've made it my mission to watch classic games especially the 94 team. The contrast between that team and this current one is truly amazing.
I was just about to mention -- we can watch old games with the internet and NHL Network having them available. And, yeah, the difference is drastic. Then again, so is the style of play in 1994 in comparison to 2011. The rules are different.

Although watching a team that can actually pass is a bit depressing.

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