3422Re: [ccth] Re: Brodeur's Game
- Aug 2, 2007Amazing stuff, Carlo! You never stop surprising me.... maybe one of these
days you will pull off the ultimate surprise: show up at a powerplay event
(or even win one!)... haha
I think that with these 3 big-name endorsements, you can get contact with a
few administrators or big-wigs in management and try to sell one or two
custom made games for each NHL franchise to have located in their players'
rooms. What an amazing pre-game warm-up for players to have if they are
early to show up for a game or practice!!!
I can see this being a quick sell for any upper level bar that is any major
arena. EACH BOX SHOULD HAVE ITS OWN!!!
Endless possibilities dudes...
Way to be Carlo... you are 'da BK!
>From: carlo bossio <bossiocarlo@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: Re: [ccth] Re: Brodeur's Game
>Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2007 06:50:33 -0400 (EDT)
>Well, all these guys are big kids like us you know. They have a love and
>passion for hockey and most often then not everything related to it as
>well. When Jason Pomenville saw the game, he flipped. Played against me for
>about 30 minutes. You should have seen the kid. He was smiling ear to ear
>during the whole thing. :-)
> WHen Kovalev saw the game that we donated to his sick kids loge at the
>Bell Center he imidiately ordered one for himself. We didn't get to deliver
>it yet as he is very difficult to reach off season but once he is back we
>should get it done. I will try to gets picks of this as well.
> Keep plugging away.
>flyindutchman45 <sidkloosterman@...> wrote:
> Carlo, that was a real treat seeing your Brodeur pics this
>And you never know if some of these NHLers might join our leagues and
>tourneys one day. Your pics got me thinking about a story Jim Maker
>told me a couple of years ago. I'm sure Jim would be happy to tell
>the story himself but he's too busy landscaping these days.
>One of Jim's landscaping clients is former NHLer, Dave Reid, who was
>a member of the 1999 Stanley Cup Champion Dallas Stars and who now
>lives just outside Peterborough. One day Jim brought up the topic of
>table hockey and Dave told him that many of the '99 Dallas Stars team
>played table hockey. Not sure if they played a "league" or not but
>apparently Brett Hull owned a plastic team of Chicago Blackhawks that
>included a miniature Bobby Hull wearing #9. Cool, huh?
>Keep up the good work, Carlo.
>--- In email@example.com, carlo bossio <bossiocarlo@...> wrote:
> > Dreams are good to have but lets just say that we didn't get to
>talking about that. I spent 3 and 1/2 hours there but mainly
>visiting, played tennis, played 1 game with Martin, played a good 20-
>25 minutes with the kids on the game, sae his house, boat, gym etc
>etc. No buisness talk, he would be too busy anyways.
> > In the futur? How knows, once he retieres and is in hunger for a
>new challenge, maybe table hockey will attract him. lol
> > dominic froome <dominicf98@...> wrote:
> > Wow Carlo. This is huge. You are the TH supplier of
> > the NHL! Maybe you guys can work out a deal and
> > Martin Broduer TH can become a household word!
> > Dominic Froome
> > Vancouver
> > --- bossiocarlo <bossiocarlo@...> wrote:
> > >
> > http://tablehockeyheaven.com/forums/viewtopic.php?
> > >
> > >
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