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At this point, what can anyone say?
I know the guys are trying their best. So Im gonna try my bestand keep bringing my butt to the sully. I thought Anchorage was supposed to be this big hockey town?On the way out tonight after the game, I was walking in front of a couple young men with Bulldog shirts on and one said to theother "Where are all their students? All I see are people who areprobably Alumni and real young kids. " Except for the drummersGeez, I feel really bad for our guys and Im not sure what theanswer is other than winning. Come on Alaska, show the Seawolves some love and come watch some hockey. Thanks <3... ~wolvern~
The weather was really bad, and I know that played a big part in keeping people home. Still, Anchorage is not supporting these college students, and they do deserve our support.We are big NHL fans and it's so nice to see all the NHL'ers who were WCHA players. I'm sure there are a few on the Bulldog team who we'll be seeing in the NHL in a year or two. If we win or lose, it's still great hockey.
It's expected to feel frustration in such times. I think fondly of the games I used to be able to see in the late 80's and I'm sure the future will be brighter. I don't care what anybody says about the those other schools leaving the WCHA and forming their own super best friends league; it'll mean more wins for us and more butts in the seats. Two bad there's only two Alaska schools with D1 hockey (c'mon KPC and AvTech).
wow...cool .. very interesting post. . .keep it up . . .really much appreciated..vapor recovery tower
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