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08-04-2008, 09:08 AM
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Goalies in North Jersey

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For any of you who play goalie around the north jersey area, we're looking for a goalie to play for us next monday 8/11 @ 10:30. Our goalie won't be able to make it that day. Thanks.

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I'd love to, sadly, I have work

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bump. we need a goalie. the other team (allegedly) isn't that good.

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I just moved out here, play goalie, and have mondays off. How far is s. jersey to north jersey? I honestly have no clue.

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I just moved out here, play goalie, and have mondays off. How far is s. jersey to north jersey? I honestly have no clue.
depends, where do you live near?

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depends, where do you live near?
Philly. I did a google maps thing, says an hour twenty, yikes, kinda far.

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Yeah, that sounds about right, but depending on what time you go, you might hit alot of traffic. I was down by that area yesterday. It was about an hour and 15 going down the shore (i live in North Jersey) but on the way back it was about 2 hours because of 5 o'clock traffice. So i guess that would also play into things.

But an hour and 20 minutes seems about right.

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yeah its quite the drive. I wouldn't want someone to drive that far for a league 8b game. thanks for the interest tho.

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