FlappyLappy

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  1. My wife and I just got back from there two weeks ago. Calgary to Great falls nice 5 hour drive. We are having a little baby girl in January so we decided to shop there. Great falls has a Ross and decent mall that has a JC penny a Herbergers, a Bed Bath and Beyond and a target a few blocks down. Take an extra hour and a half drive to Helena, they have a Macy's there and we got all kids clothes at 90% off and got some really good deals. In terms of food, we had a really nice dinner at Dante's its a Pasta and Steak place, a bit pricy but totally worth it. There are plenty of good fast food places as well Fudrukkers being one of them. We stayed at a hotel called Great Falls in by Riversage its right next to the hospital and not on the main street so its quiet at for $70 USD a night includes free parking and a breakfast so it was totally worth it.
  2. Tommy Santala is way better then this guy what is edmonton thinking
  3. http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/canadiens-sign-torrey-mitchell-to-three-year-deal/ The Montreal Canadiens have signed Torrey Mitchell to a three-year contract, the team announced Monday. Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) June 15, 2015 His new contract comes with a $1.2 million cap hit, which is down from $1.9 million on his last deal. Mitchell, a pending UFA, was a trade deadline acquisition for the team. The Canadiens sent Jack Nevins and a 2016 seventh round pick to the Buffalo Sabres in exchange for the 30-year-old centreman. Torrey is a versatile player who has a great deal of speed and experience, said general manager Marc Bergevin in the teams press release. He was an excellent addition to our group of forwards last season, and offered a solid performance during the playoffs. Torrey had one point (an assist) in 14 regular season games with the Canadiens, and one goal and four assists in the teams 12-game playoff run. The news comes shortly after the Canadiens locked down defencemen Nathan Beaulieu and Jeff Petry, and amid speculation about what action the cap-strapped team will take in order to up its offensive power. Not a bad depth player at all and for $1.2 million its a pretty good deal and a local boy as well
  4. Hillen is more of a depth guy for what I remember, I think he will be given a better shot with the Canes then he did with the Caps.
  5. http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/hurricanes-trade-gleason-capitals-hillen/ The Washington Capitals have acquired defenceman Tim Gleason from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for defenceman Jack Hillen and a draft pick. More to come... Not bad for the caps I like this move