logic

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  • Birthday 06/27/1998

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  1. How much is it to add a players name & number to a pre-owned jersey?

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    2. Brad Marchand

      Brad Marchand

      Once got Horvat's name and # stitched onto my jersey at Pacific Coast Cresting for $25 (they were having a sale). I would definitely look somewhere besides the team store to do it for you.

    3. Cramarossa

      Cramarossa

      Team store definitely isn't the only option. With that said, I prefer it to ensure the fonts and colors are right. I've gotten other Nucks jerseys done in different places, and the shade of blue was off, letters slightly too narrow/wide etc.

    4. luckylager

      luckylager

      Haven't bought a jersey since 2012.

      At the time it was $115 plus tax for numbers, lettering, shoulder patches, the left chest patch "V" and a right chest "A"

  2. 530am kickoff, some coffee, and a sunrise. Happy Sunday

  3. HVAC trade

    I got hired by a Mechanical company last year as a GL before i got my apprenticeship, and they one of the first jobs I had to do was insulate copper and duct. The copper super easy to make it look nice, the duct is a whole different story. Took me a couple weeks to really be able to actually do it, was a large industrial warehouse and office space so there was months of insulating to do there, and i was just thrown to the wolves to do it but now I'm pretty decent at it, but definitely not an expert. the fish cut for the 90 degree elbows is still the hardest for me.
  4. HVAC trade

    I don't have any experience only basic knowledge as I'm a plumbing apprentice, Tin bashers in my company make good money 35-40 an hour, overtime after 8, working 10 hour days, 5-6 day weeks rack in pretty good money. Have you ever worked in the construction industry before? Dangers: cuts, confined space, heights, heavy lifting, outdoor conditions If you like hands on work, working with tools, change of pace every day, problem solving, working with others, working with shapes and numbers then it could be a good trade for you.
  5. [Signing] Jannik Hansen signs in KHL

    Could be a good 1yr deal where he lights it up in KHL and finds his offensive game again, either cashing in in Europe or trying to make a comeback
  6. [Rumour] Colton Parayko to Leafs

    Tanev is not even close to the player Parayko is, the best young old-school-newschool hybrid type Dman in the league. He does things Tanev could not even imagine
  7. [Rumour] Colton Parayko to Leafs

    lmao St.Louis hangs up unless Marner or Nylander involved
  8. Olli Juolevi | D

    Not even a top pairing Dman yet... #BUST
  9. NHL 19 Thread

    I have honestly never played MLB, only diehard FIFA and NHL
  10. NHL 19 Thread

    World of Chel has potential the ones is really fun, I just really hope they didn't leave the game modes lacking. BeAGM compared to Manager mode in Fifa is laughable. BeAGM could honestly be the best game mode out of EA's sports games but without any competition wheres the incentive to improve the game when you can cash out on loot boxes.
  11. I think its a very fine balance of being nationalistic while understanding whats good for the world, its hard to do both. We are watching history unfold very interesting times.
  12. Agreed but come on, easy on comparing Trump to evil dictators that killed tens of millions. Obama dropped a bomb every 20 minutes his entire 8 years in office with the "Yes You Can" ideology
  13. Yo whatchu listening to homie g? (HipHop)

    A little more on the singing side but the beat hard