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12-12-2012, 03:32 PM
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If anyone is willing to put up a stream I'll watch the game from over here on the other side of the country as a show of support.
No, fly me and AP over form Calgary


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12-12-2012, 03:46 PM
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Stupid work will keep me from that hour of ice time.

Light it up without me, though.

No raisies.

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i wanna go. might skip school. the only thing is, i don't want to police to be there...
#bsensstreaminsidejokes

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I'm interested, but it'll depend on a few factors (work, transportation)

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12-12-2012, 05:05 PM
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Sabres jersey is no a problem at all.

Re: skates, gloves, helmet, stick: I'm inclined to go in that direction vs. full on equipment. This is a casual affair. I hope it will not preclude healthy competition but it should be fun above all else.

I'm a goalie myself. I'm going to be suiting up completely. If we don't have another goalie confirmed would you like to be the 2nd?
I wish I could but unfortunately I have been roughing it for a year or so on my own during school and my gear is difficult to transport without a car (i'd be bussing). I can carry skates stick gloves and helmet very easily by contrast.

That day works for me as well though (provided it's about $10 or so).

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12-12-2012, 06:09 PM
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Where we gonna do dis? Can I bring a couple of my boys? They ain't hfers but.... you guys probably already know em.

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I can be the 2nd goalie...depending where the game is played at?

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12-12-2012, 07:01 PM
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Might be down depending on exact time.

Throwing this out there, I (or any other Carleton student) can book ice at the Ice House at Carleton at a discounted rate during non-prime hours (Mon-Fri 6:30am-5:00pm) for around $140 I think.

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12-12-2012, 07:44 PM
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Don't go counting yourselves out just yet not much has been decided.

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I'm interested, but it'll depend on a few factors (work, transportation)
Hope to see you there.

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I wish I could but unfortunately I have been roughing it for a year or so on my own during school and my gear is difficult to transport without a car (i'd be bussing). I can carry skates stick gloves and helmet very easily by contrast.

That day works for me as well though (provided it's about $10 or so).
I've been there. Should not be more than $10 if anything.

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Where we gonna do dis? Can I bring a couple of my boys? They ain't hfers but.... you guys probably already know em.
Thinking an outdoor rink in Orleans at present but unconfirmed. Read response to SensForLife11 below.

The more the better.

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I can be the 2nd goalie...depending where the game is played at?
Great. See below.

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Im interested
Also great.

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Might be down depending on exact time.

Throwing this out there, I (or any other Carleton student) can book ice at the Ice House at Carleton at a discounted rate during non-prime hours (Mon-Fri 6:30am-5:00pm) for around $140 I think.
Personnaly, I like it. You know, going to Carelton is a heck of a lot easier for me than making it out to Orleans. Nice, central location. It's also a safer bet since who knows if we can trust the extended forecast? Also, if you could wrangle the 4pm time slot on the 20th some of our younger friends might be able to make it without having to ditch (too much) school and avoid the police (). If it is $140 all we need to break even is 14 people to show up and lay down $10. If more than 14 show up the price decreases for each person. If less than 14 make it I'm prepared to cover the additional cost.

Would everyone be cool with that?

Free ODR in Orleans w/ attendant risks OR (at most) $10 each @ Carelton for the guaranteed ice?

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12-12-2012, 09:05 PM
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Free ODR in Orleans w/ attendant risks OR (at most) $10 each @ Carelton for the guaranteed ice?
10$ @ carleton

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Also, if you could wrangle the 4pm time slot on the 20th some of our younger friends might be able to make it without having to ditch (too much) school and avoid the police (). If it is $140 all we need to break even is 14 people to show up and lay down $10. If more than 14 show up the price decreases for each person. If less than 14 make it I'm prepared to cover the additional cost.
i'm down. just need to steal gloves from my friend and a helmet. never played ice hockey, lol, but i am so down.

lol'd at the bolded. thanks

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I'd definitely be down for 10$ Carleton guaranteed ice (and quality) and more chance to damage goalie pads on ODR's. You have your 2nd goalie if we play at the Carleton rink.

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I'll be there if it happens and can buff the numbers should we need a few extra players for cash reasons.

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If we're playing at Carleton, is there any mandatory gear (ie do we need to bring a bucket)?

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I'll swing by tomorrow and confirm that it's $140 and ask if everyone would require full equipment or just the basics (stick, helmet, skates) if we were to play hockey.

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12-13-2012, 12:42 AM
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If we're playing at Carleton, is there any mandatory gear (ie do we need to bring a bucket)?
Yeah I'd bring a bucket.

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12-13-2012, 12:43 AM
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Good for that date posted earlier. Dec 20th 1pm.

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12-13-2012, 09:56 AM
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I'll swing by tomorrow and confirm that it's $140 and ask if everyone would require full equipment or just the basics (stick, helmet, skates) if we were to play hockey.
Let us know! Clearly we've got enough.

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Are any ODR's even open? I would prefer that of course.

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i'd be down for some odr puck when they open up

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12-14-2012, 01:09 PM
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Maybe could set up a more informal time/place thing for ODR nights. Come as you wish type of thing. Especially if we've got a couple guys here managing a rink.

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12-14-2012, 01:11 PM
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Based on Ottawa's insanely bipolar weather, I highly doubt we'll see regularly running ODRs before January 1st.


EDIT: It's 4 degrees right now....and we won't have consistent freezing temperatures before the 25th/26th...takes at least a week or two to get a rink fully operational with decent ice...we're looking at January 5th or so I'd say. If not later.

Once again, Ottawa remains a cursed desolate place.

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12-14-2012, 01:35 PM
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As for the Carleton ice, it's full equipment required for hockey, just asked.

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12-14-2012, 04:30 PM
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As for the Carleton ice, it's full equipment required for hockey, just asked.
Ugh that's ridiculous...I've played plenty of times at City rinks in just my sweatpants a jersey and a helmet..

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