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Yup. I'm officially unreliable. I've obviously written nothing this week after missing the first two games and now I'll be out of town and most likely unable to watch the next two games.

I'm officially unreliable.

That's the bad news.

The good news is... this won't last very long. I'll be back to my normal schedule here once my schedule settles down.

Don't give up on me yet people...


stbird said...

I know what its like. Still like reading what you have to write.

Anonymous said...

Frustrating game tonight, we are up 3 to 1 and then we let PG score 3 goals in 3 minutes. We quit playing, a stupid turnover by Wardely in our zone, just quit playing at that point. When is this team going to learn that you can't turn the puck over in your own zone. Plus it looks like our big men are stuck in quick sand, not very good skaters, oh well, I guess we are young, we can keep using that for this team for the next 10 years.

Anonymous said...

Farwell stated in an interview a while back that the new rules favored bigger players. I respectfully disagree. It is the good skating teams that succeed in this league. Portland understands this concept. The size of our dmen means nothing when they aren't even able to get to opposing forwards to lay big hits on them. I've heard that their long reach is an advantage. Just don't let the other player fall over your stick when you do that, or the penalties will mount up.

Anonymous said...

Great come back win for the birds Saturday night. Kudos to the D and Glover. They stuck with it tonight and got the 2 points and the W. Great win boys!

Anonymous said...

Actually that's why I like you Tyler, you don't feel the need to yammer on and on when there is nothing to yammer about. :-)

Anonymous said...

Tyler, you are the best sport reporting for the Thunderbirds regardless whenever you are able to post. Take care of business and come back.

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