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March 16 2004 at 9:12 AM
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Aeros vs Kitchener- please post schedule here!

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March 16 2004, 9:12 AM 

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schedule-

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March 16 2004, 4:55 PM 

Monday 22 March: Grand River Arena 8:15 pm
Wednesday 24 March: Brampton Centre for Sports and Entertainment 6:15 pm
Saturday 27 March: Habitant Arena 5:10 pm


    
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Aeros 8, Kitchener 2

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March 22 2004, 10:18 PM 

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Aeros 2 - Kitchener 2

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March 24 2004, 10:38 PM 

Apparently the "ladies" of Kitchener need some lessons in the appropriate use of the english language. The refs are trying to help them figure it out:
"Any player or team official who engages in verbal taunts, insults or intimidation based on discriminatory grounds (race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, language) shall be assessed a Game Misconduct penalty.
Notwithstanding the above, at the discretion of the Referee, a Gross Misconduct penalty may be assessed for any infraction to any player or team official."

 
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got a good Report? did Kitchener pull their tender. That 8-2 score game1

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March 25 2004, 12:20 AM 

means the rangers have to win game 3 by 7 to advance.
howabou the misconduct, call or no call.

 
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game report...

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March 25 2004, 12:28 AM 



    
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Re: game report...

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March 25 2004, 1:26 PM 

Several of my kids are minor hockey players and are members of a visible minority. Each has encountered racial taunts and slurs during games. I every case where the child making the slur was overheard by any official including those of the offenders own team the situation was delt with in an immediate and firm manner. Hockey has made a great effort to help educate and encourage their community towards civil behaviour and fair play in this regard. Congratulations to the officials who are keeping up the good work. I'm sure the young lady who was given the misconduct penalty will return to the ice a little wiser.

 
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Maybe ,maybe not! Kitchener has a history of not knowing the rules recently!!

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March 25 2004, 1:33 PM 

By the way, we agree hockey is becoming more civilized in regards to slurs, but we're not out of the woods yet. Their seems to be a lot of discussion in the back room of people defending these goofs usually surrounded by some implication on whether or what was said.

Throw the book at 'em and watch the problem become non-existant. Fair play and Fun is what hockey is supposed to be and if it's not players won't play.

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Re : Penalty

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March 25 2004, 4:19 PM 

At this game last night, during the calling of the penalties. A player from the Areo's recieved 2 minutes and the Kitchener player was tossed out of the game. I did not see the game sheet but my take is that the player received 2 minutes for? and she must have received 2 misconducts, this requires that the player is ejected from the game. If in fact that the player did receive a gross misconduct and was written up by the ref after the game, then the ref blew the call. A gross misconduct is a 5 minute major penalty.


 
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RE: RE: Penalty

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March 25 2004, 7:43 PM 

She received an M22-Inciting and a
GRM63-Discriminatory Slur


 
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Re: RE: RE: Penalty

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March 25 2004, 9:53 PM 

Was there a 5 minute penalty on the game sheet? Should have been. GRM63 is a major penalty. The penalties did not get posted on the clock, so it was impossible to tell if major was called. Also was there a person serving her penalty after she got ejected. Should have been. From where i was watching it was not possible to see if someone was in the box. Could some one else who was there tell me.

 
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Re: Re: RE: RE: Penalty

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March 26 2004, 2:07 AM 

What the hell are you talking about??? There is no major penalty associated with a Gross Misconduct, nor is there a time penalty to be served. When a Gross Misconduct is assessed, 10 minutes is recorded on the score sheet, the offending player is escorted off the ice, and the game goes on. I don't know where you get your information, but try starting with the Hockey Canada rule book next time!!

 
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GRM63

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March 26 2004, 2:17 PM 

Suspension - Indefinite (pending hearing - minimun 6 games). From OWHA book.

 
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Re: game report...

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March 26 2004, 10:08 AM 

As an Aeros dad who watched this game I would agree that what the Kitchener player shouted at the Aeros bench was inexcusable and deserved an appropriate response. And she did receive an appropriate punishment which was a gross misconduct penalty and ejection from the game.

BUT...

I fail to see what more can be achieved by identifying her on this public forum. She's just a kid and, like most kids now and most kids ten, twenty, thirty, forty years ago, she said something very stupid. And like most kids who do or say something stupid she deserves a second, third , fourth chance in the hope and expectation that she'll grow up to be a reasonably civilized human being. She doesn't deserve public humiliation.

The previous message was edited to add the name and number. I request that, after consideration of what I've just said, it be re-edited and the name deleted.

Thanks.

 
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All too often we've seen this. Racial and discriminatroy slurs are not part of hockey.

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March 26 2004, 2:17 PM 

we have seen the board deal rather ineffectively with the problem. Yes this year,again. Everyone denies anything was said but the refs made the call. With a player the ability to make a mistake is rather remote, in other words it's intentional. If she was so concerned about being held accountable , she wouldn't have gone there. To the people she directed her comment too, we apologize for the rest of the team that she plays on, in their behalf.

The player identified has over 100 penalty minutes according to their site. Do you think you'd want to play against her?
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Re: All too often we've seen this. Racial and discriminatroy slurs are not part of hockey.

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March 26 2004, 2:21 PM 

100 minutes over the 50 games played is only 2 minutes per game. Is that excessive??

 
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Re: Re: All too often we've seen this. Racial and discriminatroy slurs are not part of hockey.

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March 26 2004, 4:01 PM 

Are you saying that the normal for every player would be to average 2 minites a game. Think about it yes it is excessive if every player played like this that would be 30 minites a games per team now wouldn't that make for great hockey.

 
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RE: Excessive

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March 26 2004, 4:01 PM 

100 out of a team total of 439??? Yes that is excessive and this player certainly deserved every penalty I saw handed out to her and then some.

I think that the point is that in the Canadian justice system we don't publish the names of children convicted of far more serious crimes and this isn't really any different. Yes the player should be dealt with severly and within the rules of the OWHA but after that she should be able to come back and prove that she has learned something without doing so under a public spotlight.

 
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Well this isn;t the law. only Hockey!

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March 27 2004, 10:30 AM 

When does a child become responsible for their actions? 16,17,18,19 20 or what? A 16 year old is old enought to drive a car to kill someone, when do you think she has to be accountable. If the fans heard it, it doesn;t matter if it is mentioned here. She may be embarrassed, but maybe we've caused her to thnk about her actions for the next time. If not the game doesn't need her!! That's why suspensins are given out.

Think about the damage done to the receiver of the slur. We'll defend her if anyone needs defending.

but thanks, anyway
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Do the decent thing.

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March 27 2004, 12:21 PM 

Don't worry about the Aeros players; they're used to insults and are quite capable of defending themselves.

By first editing someone else's post (not mine) to include the name and number of the Kitchener player who received the gross misconduct penalty, and then refusing to remove the name, you show yourselves to be just as petty, small-minded and vindictive as the Kitchener player whose name you published. But she has an excuse; she's just a kid and has time to grow up. What's your excuse?

And what about those grand comments about not censoring messages you like to make every now and then? I guess it's wrong for you to delete other people's messages but okay for you to add to them?

 
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Katzendogz, the decent thing would be ...

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March 27 2004, 2:27 PM 

for the Kitchener player to apologize to the Aeros player. Now that is a learning experience and she, hopefully, would become a better person for it. I know rules are necessary for this sort of thing but I know that if I was the coach or, even better, her parent, I would have insisted she apologize and still take her punishment. Otherwise, I would consider myself a failure as a parent.

I was born in India and have had to put up with my share of abuse while growing up and I can tell you it was not fun. Respect for other people, regardless of race, creed or orientation, is of prime importance in my family.

Nevertheless, I do agree with you that posting her name and number is not the way to go.

 
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Re: Do the decent thing.

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March 27 2004, 10:25 PM 

....and this particular girl is used to spewing out nasty insults among other things and has got away with it for years. I'm sure that there are many teams out there who have played against her and have firsthand experience of dealing with her nasty / dirty hits & her potty mouth, both on ice and off ice. She's had many chances to be reformed or atleast mature somewhat. By 16 & 17 yrs old, she should know better. I think she thrives on all the negative attention she receives. How sad!

 
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Re: Re: game report...

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March 27 2004, 10:58 PM 

yeah

 
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pulling the tender

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March 25 2004, 1:43 PM 

They might have wanted to pull her but the puck was in their end almost constantly the last few minutes.

 
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Game 3: Aeros 4 - Kitchener 1

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Etobicoke vs Markham, please post schedule here

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March 16 2004, 9:13 AM 

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Etobicoke vs Markham

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March 18 2004, 8:33 PM 

Wednesday March 24th 7:45 to 9:45pm at Stoufville Arena Pad B
Thursday March 25th 7:00 to 8:30pm at Lambton Arena
Monday March 29th 8:00 to 10:00pm at Etobicoke Centennial ( If Neccesary )

 
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Etobicoke 2 Markham 1

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March 24 2004, 10:26 PM 

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Etobicoke 6 Markham 1

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March 25 2004, 10:10 PM 

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ouch...

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March 25 2004, 10:31 PM 

ouch what happened there!

 
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It was a beating and..

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March 25 2004, 10:35 PM 

Etobicoke came out to play. Goodluck at final 4.

 
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Re: It was a beating and..

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March 26 2004, 2:26 PM 

Besides letting in 1 goal, heard that Kessler scored 6 for the fish!! Good luck next week-end.

 
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Mississauga vs. Clearview,Please postt schedules here!

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March 16 2004, 9:13 AM 

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Re: Mississauga vs. Clearview,Please postt schedules here!

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March 18 2004, 10:09 AM 

Thurs Mar 25 7-8:30pm Hershey Center
Fri Mar 26 9-10:30pm Andy Anderson
Sun Mar 28 7-8:30pm Iceland (if necessary)

 
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4-2 win for missasauga

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March 26 2004, 7:18 AM 

clearview lost 4-2

 
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Missy Mouse Refereeing

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March 26 2004, 8:44 AM 

Good Game - players tried hard. The Refing was most unfortunate. It didn't affect the game result but the girls deserve better.
There were only 2 refs for a playoff game, one of whom was far too inexperienced to handle the situation. They were just not able to cover the play. There were many miss-called icings, offsides, poor positioning etc. The refs were not up to speed on the rules for playoff games (not allowing a time out etc.) The refs consulted with the Missy coach when they were unsure what to do. It is not fair to unexperienced refs to put them in this situation. Who ever supervises/assigns the officials should be called to account.

 
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Re: Missy Mouse Refereeing

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March 26 2004, 9:53 AM 

unfortunately this is something that we have had to live with all season at every arena. I have only seen a handful of games with quailty ref's this year. The caliber ref's has not improved at the same pace as the the players. It is something that we have to live with for now but hopefuly something that the OWHA is addressing.

 
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Not just an OWHA problem

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March 26 2004, 12:43 PM 

Anytime I have seen girls games in the Kitchener/London/Sarnia area the refs are from the OHF and they are as bad or worse.

 
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Clearview 4 - Mississauga 0

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March 27 2004, 9:20 AM 

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Clearview roars back into series?

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March 27 2004, 10:37 AM 

Well Missy dug themselves a whole last night. A win is the only way advancing Missy will do in game 3. Can Clear maintain the clear view? We'll see.
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Re: Clearview roars back into series?

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March 27 2004, 11:16 AM 

Well it looks like Game 3 is going to be a good one. After all Clearview has momentum going in and the confidence to beat Missy, but on the other hand it looks like Missy will have something to prove and at home they won't go down easy.

 
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Who won Sunday's Game???

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March 28 2004, 9:05 PM 

Well??

 
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3-3 tie clearview goes on

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March 28 2004, 10:33 PM 

a 3-3 tie so clearview goes on

 
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OH SO CLOSE

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March 29 2004, 1:19 AM 

Clearview Ice Stars scored two goals late in the third period to take a 3-1 lead but Mississauga Chiefs pulled their goalie and scored two in the final two minutes to earn the tie but lose the series on goals scored. Game One: Mississauga 4-2, Game Two: Clearview 4-0, Game Three: 3-3.

Clearview joins Etobicoke, Toronto and Brampton in the Final Four.

Could be a great Championship Weekend.



 
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Re: OH SO CLOSE

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March 29 2004, 6:55 AM 

Should play OT when games are 1-1 and tied in game 3.

 
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Agreed

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March 29 2004, 7:52 AM 

One could argue that the Ice Stars backed into the championship weekend by moving on from game three with Ties to both Mississauga and Scarb.


 
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These are the rules...

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March 29 2004, 8:22 AM 

from the OWHA.

Go to the AGM and try and change them.

 
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These are the rules...

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March 29 2004, 3:38 PM 

of the NMGHL. Not of the OWHA. A league sets their own rules reguarding playoffs, and these are the rules of the League. The do however need to be changed. There should be overtime played in a game that is tied after 3 periods. Also all series should be a point series only, no tie breakers is needed. So what if you need to play 4 games to determine a winner. Also curfews should not be apart of the playoffs, but they are????

Time to treat the girls the same as boys!!!

Play hard, play fair

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Sorry

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March 29 2004, 4:24 PM 

Rules adopted from the OWHA.

 
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Sounds like sour grapes.....

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March 29 2004, 3:34 PM 

I think Clearview deserves to be there. They are the only team in the Province to make it to ALL 3 big events this year (OWG's, Provincials & NMGHL Finals). Now I realize that not all teams in the Province play in the NMGHL, but this is a great accomplishment no matter how you look at it.

Good luck to the IceStars down the stretch!

 
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Brampton vs Durham, please post schedules here!

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March 16 2004, 9:14 AM 

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Midget AA schedule

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March 21 2004, 10:27 AM 

Game 1 - 6:10 pm Sunday, March 21 at Archdekin in Brampton

Game 2 - 9:00 pm Monday, March 22 at Delaney (Pickering Rec. Centre)

Game 3 - 8:30 pm Saturday, March 27 at Delaney (Pickering Rec. Centre)

 
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Who won the game?

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March 21 2004, 9:47 PM 

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Durham 5 - Brampton 1

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March 21 2004, 11:13 PM 

It was pretty even until the end of the first shift of the first period. Durham fired a hard dump in at the Brampton goalie from centre ice at the 29 second mark and it bounced by her for goal #1. From then on Durham seemed to pop in goals faster than you can say Orville Redenbacher. I suppose it didn't help that the defence didn't defend and the forwards do much to pitch in. Brampton wasn't the team it can be on this evening.

Statsy, there is an uncanny predictability about your predictions. You seem to be right more often than you ought to be. Hope your right in the second game and wrong in the third.

Diceman, I appreciate this forum allows us to state our opinions, but your views on the Brampton coach are without foundation.

The tale will be told tomorrow.


 
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game #2: Brampton 3 - Durham 2

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March 23 2004, 1:43 AM 

Brampton held off Durham for almost 3 minutes in this game before the opposition potted their first goal. For the first time in the series Brampton started skating and managed to get the equalizer within a few minutes. Brampton were up 2 - 1 when the ref allowed a controversial goal for Durham to tie the game. (I didn't have the best view but I didn't think it even went in, and the refs took almost 3 minutes to make up their minds. I would be happy to hear from any of the Durham parents standing at the end boards to clarify.)
In a move that required fairly large unmentionable parts (because this is, after all, a family chat room) the Brampton coach pulled the goalie with almost 2 minutes to go. The move paid dividends when Brampton's Wild Child tipped in a bullet pass from her centre with 49 seconds left in the match. (Are you reading this Diceman?)
The teams played through some inconsistent reffing. For parts of the game everything seemed to be called, and in other parts, nothing. At least it applied more or less equally to both teams.
I must say the goalies were exceptional in this tilt. Durham's minder made a toe save she had no business seeing, much less stopping. Likewise, Brampton's backstop made a sick glove save at the end of the game to preserve the win. (Sick, I think, is the current vernacular for great. When Dice and I were younger, we would have said, "Skotch, that was a groovy glove save!).
Tie breaker is on Saturday at Delaney. Hope Statsy's prediction was wrong. Until then, 'Peace brothers and sisters.'



 
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Congradulations Brampton!

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March 23 2004, 3:34 PM 

My comment, on the coach was not explained very well. Here is what I should of said: When watching games this year that Brampton was lossing by 2 or more goals, I noticed that the bench of the Brampton team got noticable louder. This did not seem to help them the times that I was at their games. a General observation of the Brampton team by me is : that they are a well coached team and play their positions better then most Midget AA teams. They pass the puck well but lack the finish around the net at times. This is a problem that most midget AA teams have. Durham has perhaps the best offence player in the league( Iam sure that you have figured out who she is) and I feel that she will be the difference in this series.

Again congrats on the win and good luck in the 3th game.


Play hard , play fair

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Pulling the goalie

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March 24 2004, 12:55 PM 

The Brampton coach showed some excellent presence of mind in pulling the goalie in this game. A tie would have left Brampton needing a huge win in game 3 (very unlikely). Now any win will do it. The risk he took taking out the goalie was smaller than the risk of not winning game 3 by 5 goals. I think he planned ahead and had the nerve to make the call. Good coaching!

 
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Brampton and hard, fair, good hockey dont go together!

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March 26 2004, 1:02 PM 

Playing fair, hard, good hockey is in the Durham name, and is proved by being the #2 ranked team in the division. Unlike Brampton, who only finished in fourth in their division, Durham didn’t achieve this by being dirty goons, and playing a form of unsportsman like hockey. They are one of the dirtiest teams in the league and only win games by taking out the other teams players. On Sunday the better skilled team came out on top as Brampton’s over aggressiveness and dirty play did not take over the game. However Monday was a different story, even with the excellent reffing, Brampton’s goons took over the game as they continually attempted to injure and hurt Durham’s players. The refs called an excellent game as the majority of the penalties went Brampton’s way and they had a steady parade to the penalty box, all for which they deserved and more. This parade of goons was led by none other than Brampton’s #71 as she is one of the dirtiest, biggest goons in the league. There were many incidents on both nights that she deserved to be penalized if not suspended. She alone took out the Durhams goaltender on a couple of occasions. Along with that there are many times after a whistle where she would take people out or hack at the unnesscarily, one of them being Durhams star #9 as she slue footed her Monday night. There have been a number of different incidents with #71 throughout this serious. All of Durham is upset with the actions she chooses to take towards opposing players and Durham will no longer put up with it. With that said, she better be keeping her head up and eyes open on saturday, because there are a few people who want revenge and arent scared to take it. Not to center her out alone, she is not the only Brampton GOON! There are others, one who is close behind #71 is #66 who always seem to be trying to get in a fight after each whistle, and you can always find her fists in someone elses face usually punching them. Funny, these two are both assistant captains, which proves what Brampton is all about. I think they need to wake up and see what real hockey is all about, its not wrestling. Durham is not going to put up with anymore crap and the refs the next game better be extra good as it will be an intense aggressive game by both teams, however Brampton’s side will be playing the dirty card, where Durham will be playing the hockey card. We will see who comes out on top, and I predict Durham because the good guys always win!

 
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Re: Brampton and hard, fair, good hockey dont go together!

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March 26 2004, 3:50 PM 

Interesting.....seems to me you just bought the liquor stores whole supply of "WHINE"!!!!!!!!!

 
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The facts ma'am, nothing but the facts.

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March 26 2004, 6:04 PM 

The game I saw at Delaney on Monday night was played aggressively by both teams, but certainly nothing outrageous. The refs called some infractions, and not others. If the refs were as excellent as you suggest, I presume you are satisfied they made all of the right calls for both teams. To suggest the goon behaviour is exclusive to Brampton flies in the face of their record this year. Brampton has taken 153 minutes in penalties during the regular season, whereas Durham has taken 182 minutes. Does that mean Durham is the more 'goonish' team? Certainly not. Does Durham's 2nd place in the East Division mean it is more skilled because Brampton finished 4th in the West? I don't think so.
They are both quite skilled, and the games have been very enjoyable to watch. Diceman, you are right. Durham does have a strong player who has one of the most fluid skating styles I have seen this season. But, one player does not make a team.

 
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The good guys did win ...

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March 28 2004, 12:52 AM 

or at least the better team won this evening.
An evenly matched game between a team that showed extremely well all season, and didn't want it all to end too early (Durham) and a team that has, to some degree, underachieved during the regular season, and now wants to show its true colours (Brampton).
Brampton struck first on a pass from behing the Duham net resulting in a scoring opportunity which was not missed. One of Brampton's sharp-shooters ripped a rising slap-shot from just outside the blue line which caught the Durham minder unprepared for the 2nd Brampton goal. Durham fought back with a marker of their own. Brampton scored a 3rd goal, but it was called back for a reason which was unclear.
The Durham coach, showing some fairly large unmentionable parts of his own, put six skaters on the ice with over 4 minutes remaining. All that was required was a tie, but Brampton stood tall and minimized any opportunity that presented itself to the skilled Durham squad. The game was curfewed with about 1:30 remaining.

Statsy, two things: firstly, if you had gotten this series right I was going to offer to act as your marketing manager for whatever tea leaves you have been looking at this year. We could make some serious coin. Secondly, unlike others on this forum we would ask that you not put Brampton in your top 10, and that you continue to predict our opponents will succeed ;>))

 
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Playoff game curfewed?

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March 28 2004, 9:39 PM 

Yikes ... welcome to the big leagues. What a joke that this is even possible in a playoff game. Time we got serious about girls hockey..

 
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Re: Brampton and hard, fair, good hockey dont go together!

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March 28 2004, 9:57 PM 

If good guys always come out on top, it appears that Brampton are the good guys after all!! YaY Brampton!!!

 
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WHO won tonights game???

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Re: WHO won tonights game???

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March 27 2004, 11:50 PM 

Brampton won 2-1


 
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Statsy.....any predictions???

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March 19 2004, 6:29 PM 

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Predictions for NMGHL 1/4's Midget AA

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March 20 2004, 9:32 AM 

Now that the schedules are set , we of course wlll state anything can happen in playoffs. Don't forget no shaving, and we don't mean point shaving. But thats why the Lady Rangers will fall in 2 to the Aeros. Unfamiliarity with the rules is a problem. They shaved and they're far too cute to win against the Aeros who are on a mission to prove they're tops.

The Missy-Clearview contest is a tougher one. At times this year missy has missed. Lot of traditon to uphold while Clearview has been strong most of the way. For the Icestars a slight slowdown in tourney competition and a small slide below their average at the end of the schedule cost them 1st place.Having expected a tighter Missy-Stratford contest, we would now adjust our thoughts that it really does mean someting to the Chiefs. Expect the Chiefs to win in 3.

Etobicoke Dolphins vs Markham Stouffville Stars. Strange things happens when a team gets motivated. They seem to do the impossible. Try as they may, The fish have dealt with their big egos and seem to have got rid of that arrogance from the past. Coach Cleary has them thinking hockey and because they don't have provincials in their dreams their anxiety is going to be felt by the opposition. Expect them to annialate the Stars in 2. Then look out!

Brampton vs Durham.Brampton had a slow schedule but they caught up at the end on a good run. Durham had to rebuild to get away from a bunch of bad apples. Coach Marsan's patience of course was tested but we're happy to say, it worked out well for all Durhamites. We expect Durham to hammer Brampton at home and Brampton to do it as well. Unfortunately Brampton only has 1 home game. So Durham in 3!

After the March Break girls, we'd like to remind you just what you've been working the last 7 months for and it wasn't for OFFSAA. Excellance in sports requires rest, nourishment and sound mental awareness. Otherwise you loose! ...and tryouts are around the corner. Lotsa Luck!!!!

MAY THE BEST TEAM WIN AND TAKE IT TO THE BEACH.
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My predictions...

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March 21 2004, 12:34 PM 

Areo's Vs Kitchener: The big difference in this series will be skill. The Areo's have it on all 3 lines were as Kitchener on 1 line. Defence is also a advantage for the Areo's. Prediction Areo's in 2 games with 1 game being close.

Missy vs Clearview : This series is where the east will prove it is the stronger side. If Clearview has recovered from the sub par performance at the OWG. Clearview in 3.

Brampton vs Durham: This is an interesting series. If Durham get a lead in a game, look for the coach of the Brampton team to be the difference. He will make his team worse not better. Brampton passes the puck well and plays their systems as well as any team. Durham is also a well coached team, with perhaps the most gifted offence player in the league. She will be the difference. Durham in 2 or perhaps 3

Etobicoke vs Markham: This series may not be the walk over that Statsy thinks it is. Markham matches up well against Etobicoke. Markham has one of the more aggressive teams in the league and this is what gives Etobicoke the most trouble. Sarnia beat them with aggression and the difference in the 1/4 finals with Belleville was the aggressive play off Belleville. So look for this sereies to be rough one. Keesler is one of the best goalies in the League. Etobicoke has a good team and this make this series the hardest for me to predicted. I predicted pain!! Will Keesler be the difference? Or will aggression be the difference. Etobicoke in 3



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Stasty vs The Diceman

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March 26 2004, 11:33 PM 

So far Stasty has the edge.The east may not be as powerful as The Diceman thinks.

 
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Statsy Vs The Diceman

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March 29 2004, 3:45 PM 

Statsy got 2 out of 4 series right... Areo's and Etobicoke. I got 3 series right Clearview, Areo's and Etobicoke. So I guess that means that I won this round. I will make my predictions for the weekend on Thursday.


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Now Dice on Thurday, Back up your picks!

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March 30 2004, 1:06 PM 

We need the expetise now that playoffs are here. It's pretty much a 50-50 chance of getting it right but we have to explain why so others will follow. Got to agree with Bramdad. Brampton is catching our notice despite a mediocre run. The Thunder won't slip under radar.

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quit paying attention

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March 31 2004, 12:55 PM 

Statsy, I hear the Brampton Canadettes Association is thinking of changing their moniker from Canadettes to Stealth, in the hope they can fly under the radar.
Good luck to all in the Final Four.

 
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Re: Stasty vs The Diceman

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