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  1. Easily. He's a solid two-way defenseman that puts up solid goal and point totals. You might be sarcastic with your comment, but I can't tell lol.
  2. Lindholm is Anaheim's best d-men, so I doubt they trade him.
  3. I wonder if Minnesota would trade Brodin for him. Not sure if Minnesota needs a RHD, but I'd be happy with that return if I'm Winnipeg.
  4. Would you want to do that in your 20s and 30s? Have no extracurricular activities and devote all of those years to a job? It is tragic, but the reason these deaths stand out is because they are rare. Tom Brady does some dangerous things in the off-seasons, but he is also able to compete at a high level. You should be able to balance work with fun without being penalized for it.
  5. I think the best of three is overkill. I'd almost prefer a two game aggregate to be honest, or of course a one game, winner take all series.
  6. You mean that thing isn't Lucic?
  7. The length is probably why they got him below market value. I find it crazy how many max contract deals are being thrown by teams now. If you compare it to Luongo when he got his 12 year extension, there were relatively few players getting long deals, and those were elite players like Crosby, Malkin, and Ovechkin. Now it seems like 8 years is the going term for any solid top 6 forward.
  8. Smart by Anaheim, as Lindholm is terrific and I already see him as better than Trouba anyway.
  9. HUT is weird. I had an injury the first game, but I don't have enough for a pack, so I can't play. I could try the auctions, but I'd rather just wait a day and get the bonus. I don't play online for HUT, but I don't want to delve into BAP or Franchise yet.
  10. I'd take any of the above.
  11. I have the wit of a stand-up comedian, so I'm always able to come up with something on the spot. However, the key is to take a breather before answering questions, that way you can think of a coherent response without stalling (um, uh...) part way through. Don't be scared to ask the interviewer to repeat a question (sorry, I didn't quite catch that. Can you please repeat the question?) if you didn't quite catch it, as you don't want to make an ill-advised guess. I remember my first interview. I had a job before, but no interview was needed. I went in there with what I call "fake confidence" which is portraying confidence about something that you are inexperienced in, although you really do have to feel confident. I think the premise of this is the James Lange theory, in which to feel (or strengthen) an emotion, you must act that emotion first. You can try practicing with a friend or acquaintance, but make it as realistic as possible. The friend can throw in a question that throws you off, and then both of you can see how you respond to that.
  12. Hmm, I'll let my buddy know about this, thanks.
  13. Well, you have to give up something that you'd protect in the upcoming expansion draft, otherwise you are going to be losing an extra asset. This is why I'd be happier with a deal involving Tanev than I would a trade involving prospects (since you also lose an extra piece to the expansion draft, which we currently have no problem with).
  14. The auto juke thing on pro difficulty is stupid, especially since it is in love with spinning to prevent first downs. It should only be AI controlled on rookie difficulty. As someone who hasn't owned a Madden game in a long time, it really does take a long time to get used to, and I'd prefer to do that on a moderate difficulty. I played it at a friend's house and the stupid auto run controls are preventing me from buying it.
  15. I got that when it was on sale, but you need more than two people, and I'd say at least four works best for a lot of the games. But it is lots of fun.