Re: [clubpuck] Sunday Hockey
- Without getting long winded (like a few others-yikes!), I like the 3-6pm plan. I like toto get at least a few things done at home, and I'm less likely to feel like dashing home afterwards, whether the excuse is not wanting to leave a fun social activity or just plain exhaustion.My 2 cents worth,Brigit----- Original Message -----From: KendallCTV@...Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 3:00 PMSubject: Re: [clubpuck] Sunday HockeyAs nice as it was to see the sun last Sunday I still personally prefer having part of the day (the morning) to get something else done. I remember hockey usually ending up taking the balance of the day regardless of when we started.
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- I'm trying to channel my inner Duck.Wait until you see my rant before Tuesday's practice. We have an incredible new court, and we're paying a fortune for pool time, and people are still wandering in late and then hanging out on the deck comparing their sticks. It's time we actually play some hockey.
Thanks,Bob BurresI almost feel like I'm there. Nice job Bob!
Sent directly from my brainIt's going to be a glorious weekend in the south bay and I predict a glorious game of hockey. The game starts at 11:00 on Sunday. Yes, I know it's Labor Day weekend. With an 11:00 game that provides you ample time to go stuff yourself with BBQ and beer for the majority of the day.Early hockey always has a fantastic turnout, so get there early and get your name on the roster. If you wander in late you may find yourself swimming laps. No, I'm really serious. We've been having an incredible amount of people at the games lately and we can't keep adding people and rebalancing teams because you can't tell time. It's time to draw a line in the water and have the late comers wait and get worked in a half time.