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46th Obsequious Banter Thread - Kimbi Daniels and his frequent FLYER miles

An ode to a player and his frequent flyer miles.



http://www.hockey-reference.com/play...danieki01.html

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Thanks for this bit of trivia, MSE. Not just that Kimbi (there's an interesting name!) moved around a lot, but the geographic contrasts are amazing:
• Arizona to Alaska
• Alaska to Quebec
• Quebec to Florida
• New Orleans to Slovenia (!)

Not to mention that most players would be worn out playing for 9 different teams, not 9 different leagues.

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His first NHL goal was his last NHL goal.

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Playing defense on NHL 12..

In a game i blocked 6 shots, had 12 hits, and 2 goals in a 2-0 game


a player on my team still said that i sucked

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Thanks for this bit of trivia, MSE. Not just that Kimbi (there's an interesting name!) moved around a lot, but the geographic contrasts are amazing:
• Arizona to Alaska
• Alaska to Quebec
• Quebec to Florida
• New Orleans to Slovenia (!)

Not to mention that most players would be worn out playing for 9 different teams, not 9 different leagues.
He was part of a string of players who were released, demoted or traded after wearing #14. He was teammates with Lindros on a World Jrs. team for Canada in the early 90s; they finished 1-2 in points. Since he wore #46 briefly, it was appropriate for the thread.


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Oh wow......I remember this flash in the pan. I remember him being pretty crafty with the puck but crappy without....

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Psh. He only has 1 more NHL goal than I do.

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Playing defense on NHL 12..

In a game i blocked 6 shots, had 12 hits, and 2 goals in a 2-0 game


a player on my team still said that i sucked
Did you crash the Zamboni through the boards or something?

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Did you crash the Zamboni through the boards or something?
NHL 12's community is a lot like HFboards community..

Even if you are good.. You still suck to somebody

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Did anyone see this status by Bryz? So funny!

https://twitter.com/bryzgoalie30/sta...74977577787393

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Oh man.. That's so old

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I see Gagne has been spending a ton of time with Mike and Jeff:
http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-...85024066_n.jpg

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My friend is trying to tell me the Delaware River is not freshwater. I know the river is saltwater down near the Delaware bay and about 65 miles north of that, but he thinks it is salt all the way up past Philly into Neshimany estuaries. You need a license to fish the river. Very frustrating.

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My friend is trying to tell me the Delaware River is not freshwater. I know the river is saltwater down near the Delaware bay and about 65 miles north of that, but he thinks it is salt all the way up past Philly into Neshimany estuaries. You need a license to fish the river. Very frustrating.
Tell him that I told you to tell him that it isn't.

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My friend is trying to tell me the Delaware River is not freshwater. I know the river is saltwater down near the Delaware bay and about 65 miles north of that, but he thinks it is salt all the way up past Philly into Neshimany estuaries. You need a license to fish the river. Very frustrating.
That seems incorrect.

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That seems incorrect.
http://www.state.nj.us/drbc/hydrological/river/salt/

It states there where the saltwater line is at June 11th. I remember one year(forget what year) when the saltwater/freshwater line was up near Wilmington. That was the furthest I have ever heard or seen it in my lifetime.

Furthest it has ever come was in 1960 when their was a drought, it actually passed the Ben Franklin.

I have fished the Delaware all my life and my dad has too. I was positive the damned disgusting river was freshwater

(I think you are agreeing with me right)

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Yeah, I'm agreeing. I checked a map to see where Neshimany is, and called immediate ********. I don't know how anybody could claim that.

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http://www.state.nj.us/drbc/hydrological/river/salt/

It states there where the saltwater line is at June 11th. I remember one year(forget what year) when the saltwater/freshwater line was up near Wilmington. That was the furthest I have ever heard or seen it in my lifetime.

Furthest it has ever come was in 1960 when their was a drought, it actually passed the Ben Franklin.

I have fished the Delaware all my life and my dad has too. I was positive the damned disgusting river was freshwater

(I think you are agreeing with me right)
Jaws was based off of a bull shark traveling up the Delaware and killing people. They are one of only a handful of fish species that are capable of surviving in both salt and fresh water. They have been spotted 100+ miles inland, and actually lay their eggs inland in Florida.

Just thought you'd like to know something like that, so that way you can pay it forward and bore someone else.

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This was his exact text message

"The Neshinamy is freshwater. So is the Delaware(which he said wasn't). But our neighborhood is the furthest point inland at 0ft above sea level connected by a body of water (the river). So at low tide in Atlantic City it's low tide in the river. When high tide in Atlantic City, the river is 6-8 feet above low tide. Which means salt water is traveling this far up. The Ben Franklin line thing is where pure salt water reaches. Then above that and starting the Neshaminy is the estuary, which is half salt and half fresh. So both kinds of fish are in there"

Wow what a long fing text message lol. He kinda changed his opinion some. The whole argument was based on if you need a license to fish the river. I said yea but he said no because it has saltwater in it. Of course there is gonna be salt water in it if it is connected to the sea. I don't think the 50/50 line is at Neshaminy either, but don't feel like arguing about it

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I wouldn't call it fresh water

Just doesn't have any salt..


Pretty dirty though...



In unrelated news, was at my brother's graduation today..
I learned there is a Negro National Anthem..


Last time i checked, negro wasnt a country

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lift_Every_Voice_and_Sing

Technically, a nation is a group of people who share cultural traits. African-Americans are a nation. So there can be a national anthem for them.

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Technically, a nation is a group of people who share cultural traits. African-Americans are a nation. So there can be a national anthem for them.
If we made a white national anthem, would that be racist?

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