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  3. Read everything jerkoff, it is called sarcasm
  4. Rancho1. The Sheriff of the "you weren't there police" What an absolutely absurd post.
  5. Happy Thanksgiving to all. Stay safe and enjoy the day as best you can. Hopefully things will get better and we can get back to playing some out of state hockey by the beginning of 2021.
  6. Breakdown of each program by year (1971-2020) is located here http://www.pahockey.net TeamPages: PA Hockey Foundation - Western Pennsylvania Schools - PA Hockey Foundation
  7. I assumed it was based on fire code (capacity posted next to every entrance) but maybe I'm nuts. I was wondering if there is an online site to see capacity from place to place.
  8. Heard the same, coaches are “encouraged” to get tested, I didn’t hear anything about players.
  9. Obviously dependent on venue size. Idk what some of the smaller venues are considering their capacity. Hopefully 300+ or were looking not having enough players and officials to play full games.
  10. Wolf decreased the indoor capacity allowed to 10% today. I don't know if that will have any impact on hockey or not? Maybe back to restrictions on spectators?
  11. Word on the street is that an official from the NAHL/NAPHL event this past weekend has tested positive and that all teams and officials are encouraged to get tested.
  12. This is really interesting info that’s kind of lost to the masses. Brings me back to the good old days of the late 80s/early 90s.
  13. Oh, NO!! Spear, what are you thinking? You've stepped on the sacred ground and hallowed halls of Churchill. I hate to see what fate may become you now.
  14. It sounds like PAHL has reversed their decision now, my nieces team is not required to wear them on the ice. Someone needs to tell PIHL, I was told they are going through with it.
  15. "Armstrong" has been a co-op at certain points. For example, in the early 90s, there was an "Armstrong Central" that combined Kittanning and Ford City. Meadville had, for years, used students from Cochranton, which is in the same school district. They had to move to co-op status for a while, partly because of that. Keystone Oaks is a co-op and has been for the last 10 years or so. Churchill was a co-op and got a court order to allow them to play in the playoffs one year. That's just what i see in scanning quickly. Plenty of co-op teams over the years, both officially and
  16. The Governor released an update to the mandate that responded to the portion of the CDC recommendations saying that if masks can't be worn due to the protective equipment or level of exertion they should not be worn. That was Friday. So any "I saw a game where nobody was wearing masks" claim about this is now unimportant. My son's team played two midget games this weekend. At both, some of the players were wearing masks despite the fact that they weren't required anymore for personal preference reasons. At both games both of the refs were wearing them, at least most of the time.
  17. Ah, there it is. Angry because your spouse (or maybe ex) always "told you what to do". Or your children. Or your boss. You are a person who feels powerless, and being a MAGA Man helps you feel a little bit more powerful.
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  19. For all the Penn Hills Fans over 35 Seasons PENN HILLS 362Wins 364Loss 49 775 0.49871 0 I'll work on Seton LaSalle .....please keep in mind I tried to include programs with 20 + Years or Programs of significance who won State Titles and Penguins Cups
  20. Serra was such a powerhouse. Surprised not to see Seton LaSalle on the list, they had a decent program through the Bittner years.
  21. I wonder if the teams there will shut down or seek ice somewhere else. It's about time for the outdoor rinks to open. That could be an option.
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