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RE: Game 80 - Sens @ Slugs - Wed Apr 4th, 7:30pm
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Anyone see the goal that was disallowed for goalie interference in the Nashville game last night? This league is a farce when it comes to knowing what it's own rules are.



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The one goal lead is the hardest one in hockey...or is it three goals? Or just a lead held by the Sens? Can't remember.

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tjlincoln wrote:
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Yikes... that sounds like quite the storm


 It's been pretty nuts.  Trees down, power lines down all over the city, there are a couple of residential islands just off the shores of the city that are serviced by ferries... the ferries had to be docked because it was too windy.

 

One of the apartment buildings that lost its roof had to be evacuated. 

 

And at that, the storm wasn't as bad as they were predicting.


 Your lucky u still have power w that kinda wind


 highest reading I've seen so far was gusts at 108km/h.  That's 67 miles/hour to you.


I know one thing that kinda wind we’d have no power 


 There were a lot of outages today.  I've been lucky this time.  I also live in a new development with all underground power lines, which helps. 



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SensKat wrote:
tjlincoln wrote:
SensKat wrote:
Spezzial-Delivery wrote:

Yikes... that sounds like quite the storm


 It's been pretty nuts.  Trees down, power lines down all over the city, there are a couple of residential islands just off the shores of the city that are serviced by ferries... the ferries had to be docked because it was too windy.

 

One of the apartment buildings that lost its roof had to be evacuated. 

 

And at that, the storm wasn't as bad as they were predicting.


 Your lucky u still have power w that kinda wind


 highest reading I've seen so far was gusts at 108km/h.  That's 67 miles/hour to you.


I know one thing that kinda wind we’d have no power 



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Barrie area pileup -- that is a pretty common occurrence, isn't it? Pretty aggressive driving around there on good-weather days so I imagine it's the same in bad weather.

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tjlincoln wrote:

Stay at 13.5%


 The thing is IF the Sens move off 13.5 and no.2 we will know if the Coyotes or whoever moves into that slot what slot the Lottery has for them and be able to say that pick could have been ours good or bad.



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tjlincoln wrote:
SensKat wrote:
Spezzial-Delivery wrote:

Yikes... that sounds like quite the storm


 It's been pretty nuts.  Trees down, power lines down all over the city, there are a couple of residential islands just off the shores of the city that are serviced by ferries... the ferries had to be docked because it was too windy.

 

One of the apartment buildings that lost its roof had to be evacuated. 

 

And at that, the storm wasn't as bad as they were predicting.


 Your lucky u still have power w that kinda wind


 highest reading I've seen so far was gusts at 108km/h.  That's 67 miles/hour to you.



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Today's weather has consisted of rain, snow, sleet, hail, insane winds, and occasional moments of beautiful sunshine. Mother nature is having a seizure.

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My brother-in-laws said that there was a 50 car accident down near Barry.



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SensKat wrote:
Spezzial-Delivery wrote:

Yikes... that sounds like quite the storm


 It's been pretty nuts.  Trees down, power lines down all over the city, there are a couple of residential islands just off the shores of the city that are serviced by ferries... the ferries had to be docked because it was too windy.

 

One of the apartment buildings that lost its roof had to be evacuated. 

 

And at that, the storm wasn't as bad as they were predicting.


 Your lucky u still have power w that kinda wind



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We've had some hydro outages from the storm today, and almost a whiteout on my drive home. Welcome to spring....feels like November. And I hate November. Not only for Sweden trips that ruin aSenators season.

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Kardinal wrote:

Speaking of.....if anyone needs a boost, and doesn't mind some profanity, the latest episode of the Jim Rome podcast has Jungle legend Elk (former PGA player and winner Steve Elkington) on it. NSFW doesn't cover it, but it is epic entertainment with some great golf stories.


 I’ve got it downloaded just haven’t listened yet, I love Elkington stories



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Stay at 13.5%

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Speaking of.....if anyone needs a boost, and doesn't mind some profanity, the latest episode of the Jim Rome podcast has Jungle legend Elk (former PGA player and winner Steve Elkington) on it. NSFW doesn't cover it, but it is epic entertainment with some great golf stories.

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Fat!

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Spezzial-Delivery wrote:

Yikes... that sounds like quite the storm


 It's been pretty nuts.  Trees down, power lines down all over the city, there are a couple of residential islands just off the shores of the city that are serviced by ferries... the ferries had to be docked because it was too windy.

 

One of the apartment buildings that lost its roof had to be evacuated. 

 

And at that, the storm wasn't as bad as they were predicting.



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Spezzial-Delivery wrote:

Sorry Senior curling is TSN... 1 and 3 here.


 Found it. Upon channel one million or something.



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Yikes... that sounds like quite the storm

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Sorry Senior curling is TSN... 1 and 3 here.

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I'm pretty sure I saw a cow and an old lady on a bike flying around outside.


 There were at least 2 apartment buildings here had their roofs ripped off in the storm today


 And tonight is the night we put recycled paper out. Every yard on the street will be covered in paper by tomorrow.


 and no blue boxes to be found.


 My wife just got home and said she had to weave around black boxes all over the road. The police have had to close a bridge because debris from an old building near the bridge is flying all over the road.



 
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