Coda

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  1. This may be the first international tournament where I'm not sure who to cheer for. I'm torn between Team Canada, Team Sweden, and Team North America.
  2. YouTube Thread 2.0

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRy_73ivcms
  3. That caphit doesn't include the salaries of Russia's 12 KHL players, some of whom make quite a lot.
  4. Non-CDC Based Games

    (Disclaimer: I am not the admin, I am only advertising) This is a long term game that will last throughout the 2011/2012 season. GM's begin with their team's roster prior to July 1 and, once the game begins, can sign free agents, trade with other GM's, etc. The season will then be simmed and results posted. http://gmgamenhl11-12.proboards.com/index.cgi Rules: http://gmgamenhl11-12.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=information&action=display&thread=8 Please register and post here to reserve your team: http://gmgamenhl11-12.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=information&action=display&thread=9&page=1 Only active participants please.
  5. OMG Earthquake?

    This is the most worrying developing story: http://www.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/asiapcf/03/11/japan.nuclear/
  6. The Devils Rejected

    Don't be ridiculous. Only two skaters in nhl history have played at age 44 or higher: Howe and Chelios. There is absolutely no chance that Kovalchuk plays out his contract; especially as he makes just 7 million over the last 7 years of the contract and 95 million over the first 10 years. You bring up the other long-term contracts similar to Kovalchuk's. Perhaps they too should have been rejected by the league (even though they were much more realistic than Kovalchuk's) but the fact that they weren't doesn't mean that Kovalchuk's shouldn't either. Should Hitler have been allowed to occupy Poland and takeover the rest of Europe without resistance because shortsighted rulers had allowed him too much leeway previously in Austria and Czechoslovakia? Of course not. It is a slippery slope, but Bettman should be applauded for finaly taking a stand.