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07-20-2013, 05:10 PM
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I don't fancy your opinion, sir. I don't fancy it at all.

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Duels? Swords or pistols at 20 paces? First blood? Death?

Intermission entertainment may be getting very interesting this season!

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Looks like a classic case of heat rage in this thread. Yes, that's what it is.

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I seen on Twitter that Ron Francis' son Michael was a fill in for Lindholm this weekend. Anyone know what his story is? Where did he play? Is he any good?

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I seen on Twitter that Ron Francis' son Michael was a fill in for Lindholm this weekend. Anyone know what his story is? Where did he play? Is he any good?
Played wing with Rask and Tolchinksy. I didn't pay much attention to him specifically, so I'll withhold comment on how good he might be.

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I seen on Twitter that Ron Francis' son Michael was a fill in for Lindholm this weekend. Anyone know what his story is? Where did he play? Is he any good?
He looked pretty good in the alumni game in the spring. Of course, he was playing against fifty year olds and amateurs, so.

Still, I think he's a lock.

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He looked pretty good in the alumni game in the spring. Of course, he was playing against fifty year olds and amateurs, so.

Still, I think he's a lock.

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Conversely, I don't believe he's a lock but he will most certainly be on the team in October.

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I see Mike Francis went to Cushing Academy but then nothing after that? Did he play any junior?

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Conversely, I don't believe he's a lock but he will most certainly be on the team in October.
If you don't see the difference this conversation is over.

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He plays in the B/C league at the IcePlex, which I also play in. He's a decent B-level adult league player, but nothing more than that. I wouldn't even rank in him in the top 50 adult league players in Raleigh.


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Talking adult leagues in Raleigh...Bates and his brother have been playing B league at RCI this summer.

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Talking adult leagues in Raleigh...Bates and his brother have been playing B league at RCI this summer.
Is this league contact or non-contact? Also, is there tryouts or can you literally put on some gear, pay, and join a team? I haven't laced up in 10 years. I used to play at the Hillsborough sportplex.

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Is this league contact or non-contact? Also, is there tryouts or can you literally put on some gear, pay, and join a team? I haven't laced up in 10 years. I used to play at the Hillsborough sportplex.
I don't know any specifics about adult hockey in Raleigh, but the vast majority of adult leagues are non-contact. But that doesn't mean there's no contact at all. A lot of players will try to bump you off the puck in puck battles along the boards, there's just no open ice checking or big hits near the boards. Most leagues have sign-ups for various skill levels. Usually it goes D (novice - for players completely new to hockey), C (beginner - for players with some sort of hockey experience), B (intermediate - usually for players who have played hockey for several years), and A (usually reserved for players who have played some type of semi-pro or pro hockey before, anywhere from college club hockey to former NHLers).

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I've always played my hockey at the Sportsplex, and that's the same scenario here. Haven't played in a while though, thinking I might join a C-league team at some point. Nice way to get back into the game and have a good time.

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I would join a hypothetical team, if a hypothetical team were to be formed. I've played at pretty much every level the Iceplex has to offer at one time or another.

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