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Unread postby pjoyn » 19 Apr 2006, 21:42

So, basically, if we keep our heads, play good defense, get early goals, they will get frustrated and their goalie will come unglued. Should not be a problem. ;D
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Unread postby The_Exiled_One » 19 Apr 2006, 21:44

HockeyBum wrote: Husky1 and P4H... What can you guys tell us about Old School?  The Rubes play them in the first round of the playoffs next Monday.  Stang gave us a little info, but I'd be interested in what you guys think.  All I know is that Old School is 11-0-1 and have a ridiculous goals-for to goals-against ratio.   :o

Even though the question wasn't addressed to me, I'll put in my $.02. They enjoy winning lopsided games (hence the GF/GA ratio). Competition doesn't seem to interest them, which is probably why they're in the lower D division. If anything, competitive games pi$$ them off a little. They communicate well and have plays and systems in place. They talk a lot of smack, play very chippy, and are very poor winners.



My advice... hit them. Seriously, even if you draw penalties, take them with grace. Before you know it, they'll be drawing retribution penalties left and right, chirping at the refs, losing composure, and getting tossed. Seriously, the only time I was EVER on a team that competed with them, that's what we had to do.
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Unread postby HockeyBum » 19 Apr 2006, 23:59

Thanks guys.



The only time the Rubes played Old School was last October. We lost 6-3. I honestly don't really remember that game.



It's a tough draw, but it'll be nice playing someone new instead of a team we've already played 3 times.
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Unread postby Peters_4_Hobey » 20 Apr 2006, 03:25

ive played with a couple of the guys in an ice time that some buddies of mine have gotten and the couple ive played with were decent guys, even in our games i watched them and they werent involved in much of the crappyness...they are moving to C next session though
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Unread postby Peters_4_Hobey » 20 Apr 2006, 03:26

oh, and your best bet is to get jeremy in a fight with one of their best players so they both get tossed, then they miss their best player and you..well....your defense get alittle more solid
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Unread postby pjoyn » 20 Apr 2006, 09:13

Peters_4_Hobey wrote: oh, and your best bet is to get jeremy in a fight with one of their best players so they both get tossed, then they miss their best player and you..well....your defense get alittle more solid



I was thinking that the Warm Fuzzies would be better with an empty net. ;) ;D
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Unread postby Peters_4_Hobey » 21 Apr 2006, 03:12

prolly right
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