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Phhew!!!!!!!! That was close. Nice to see the Gophers grind out a solid 4-3 finish against Airforce. Any other comments on how the game went?

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Sifty

I only got to see the last of the game. 3 to 1 I think when I turned it on.

After the way they played last weekend. I thought they would get it going a little faster then they did.

But none the less a wim is a win.

Sifty

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DEADhead

they need to pick things up if they don't want to be playing golf on Monday. was a pretty poor performance this afternoon, unacceptable this time of year. They would be on a flight back to minneapolis tonight if it was any other team out there this afternoon.

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Team Otter

Briggs was terrible, the enthusiasm was suspect, they played down to another team's level, the officiating was mediocre and they still came away with the win. The end result was what we wanted but you're right, that won't work today.

Is it 5:00 pm? grin.gif

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vern

Yeah, that was ugly. They better kick it up a few notches today.

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End of the Line

Let's go Sioux! What an awesome game they played yesterday; I thought it was all over after the first 2 minutes. shocked.gif I hope the WCHA cleans house at finals either way.

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PierBridge

I agree Briggs let in a 2 soft ones but he really made some nice saves to keep us in it he reminds me of Lammy from North Dakota they seem to let in a few bad ones but they both makes some keys saves to keep their teams in the game.

Who is starting today? I would assume Frazee but Lucia when asked after the game wasn't real definitive in his answer.

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harvey lee

I had to leave for a racing banquet yesterday when the score was 3-1. How did the Gophers coma back in the last 10 minutes?

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Team Otter

Frazee is starting.

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Team Otter

They're the Gophers. smirk.gif

Puck drop time. Gotta go!

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snowman678

Congrats to the Sioux on a hard fought win. Was a lot like last weeks game, just ended up the other way. What a fun couple of games to watch the last couple of weeks. Good luck to the Sioux in the frozen 4, hope they bring the title home to the WCHA again, I hate the east teams.

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Team Otter

A bounce and/or a possession either way. Nonetheless, a great game. I'll definitely be pulling for the Sioux from here on out.

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    • Hoey
      OK - we made it back!!!  Every trip is different with it's own potential perils.   I finally got into my house on Friday around 11am.  My guests were rookies, so i spent time with each of them, getting setup, heaters started, Vexilars set, houses banked, lines prep'd and set, bait, etc...  The bite was somewhat slow and many small ones.  The day got better 3 to 430pm.  Ended up with 6 nice eyes (19, 18x3, 17x2), 13 jumbos (most ever for a day), 12 small sauger which we ate for dinner.   On Saturday we headed up to the south shore of the Angle, longer ride, so again did not get started too early.  Ended up with our 6 eyes for our limit, these ranged from 15 to 16 inches and a 4-pack of sauger.  Again the bite seemed to pickup at 3 or so and was done by 430pm.   Ice as 3 foot or so.  Snow depth varied a lot, depending on the condition of the ice.  Smooth areas were blown off to crusty 6 inches or so.  Rough ice surely held a lot of snow.   The drive back on Sunday was somewhat tough from Baudette to Emily, winter storm warning.  Slow go, low visibility, and icy roads, sometimes down to 15 mph.   Next scheduled trip is with my wife, son, and three of his Gopher swim teammates for spring break in three weeks.  
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      Funny...seems like when the Emerald run slowed down up there 4-5 years ago, the fishing followed suit!
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