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« Reply #3850 on: 07 Mar 2015, 23:44 »

Stybar has form for being an upsetter though. I think he gets dismissed a bit because he comes from cyclocross instead of track and road but it seems to have set him up well for the cobbled clsssics. I think a lot of good things will come from him. Check out some of his CX world cup riding.
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« Reply #3851 on: 08 Mar 2015, 05:07 »

He certainly was the smartest one of the leading group. It's important to keep your energy if there's a 1km 18% cobbled slope to the finish, and that's something Vandermaet and Valverde didn't do as well.
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« Reply #3852 on: 08 Mar 2015, 06:26 »

Have you seen Bradley Wiggins support car for Paris - Nice?



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« Reply #3853 on: 08 Mar 2015, 10:22 »

Last night's Canucks at Sharks game has got me so royally infuriated, even 12 hours after the fact. I wanted to murder every zebra in the house last night. Literally the worst officiating I've ever seen in sports.
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« Reply #3854 on: 08 Mar 2015, 10:56 »

If it's of any consolation, officiating in the NHL is at an all-time low, league-wide.

And you think YOU have it bad - think about how I'm dealing with things right now.
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« Reply #3855 on: 08 Mar 2015, 11:21 »

Last night's Canucks at Sharks game has got me so royally infuriated, even 12 hours after the fact. I wanted to murder every zebra in the house last night. Literally the worst officiating I've ever seen in sports.

Absolutely NEVER watch handball, specially a France match.
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« Reply #3856 on: 08 Mar 2015, 11:53 »

Oh, European-based officials are given to be unreliable and horrible. I mean, just watch footy.
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« Reply #3857 on: 09 Mar 2015, 00:54 »

I don't need to, I watched Vancouver and San Jose
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« Reply #3858 on: 09 Mar 2015, 07:58 »

Karlsson is probably more exciting than Weber, if only because he's not as good defensively.

CONCACAF soccer referees are the worst on the planet, across all sports.  NHL refs have never been great
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« Reply #3859 on: 09 Mar 2015, 15:11 »

There will be a KHL referee doing his first NHL game in the Edmonton/Detroit matchup tonight. Can't be any worse than the current crop, that's for sure.

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« Reply #3860 on: 09 Mar 2015, 19:00 »

If it's of any consolation, officiating in the NHL is at an all-time low, league-wide.

It's been awhile since I've seen someone call a penalty for diving concurrent with a penalty for roughing, so that has to be some sort of improvement.
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« Reply #3861 on: 10 Mar 2015, 00:16 »

It's been awhile since I saw a guy without a full-face mask cover the puck with his glove and not get called for a penalty
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« Reply #3862 on: 10 Mar 2015, 00:18 »

To be specific, that has literally never happened as long as I've been watching NHL hockey. Granted, 2012 isn't that long ago.
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« Reply #3863 on: 10 Mar 2015, 03:54 »

Used to happen all the time.
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« Reply #3864 on: 10 Mar 2015, 10:44 »

Happened in Chicago a couple weeks ago.
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« Reply #3865 on: 11 Mar 2015, 15:44 »

I'm just pissed because we finally seemed to be playing well and we get reamed for it
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« Reply #3866 on: 12 Mar 2015, 15:07 »

Well, don't worry, you guys will probably get an easy two tonight from the team that just suddenly realized they're in the playoff chase.

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« Reply #3867 on: 12 Mar 2015, 19:49 »

I'm hoping so.

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« Reply #3868 on: 12 Mar 2015, 19:57 »

One bullet dodged.
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« Reply #3869 on: 12 Mar 2015, 20:23 »

The Bruins have apparently decided to play like a playoff team, so that's neat.
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« Reply #3870 on: 12 Mar 2015, 23:55 »


One bullet dodged.

You were saying? :D

Nah dude, good game. Classy effort from you guys. I hope we gave the same for you. The refs were against us, whatever that's worth!
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« Reply #3871 on: 13 Mar 2015, 06:57 »

That last-minute penalty cost us. And I knew immediately you guys were gonna score the empty netter. It's as predictable as death, taxes, and inflated prices for useless junk at the Apple store.
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« Reply #3872 on: 15 Mar 2015, 19:30 »

Sebastian Vettel seems to think Mercedes' dominance is going to make F1 boring.  This all sounds so familiar...

https://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/news/formula-1-mercedes-making-f1-boring-rivals-fear-101157334--f1.html
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« Reply #3873 on: 16 Mar 2015, 08:23 »

That's the "bwaaaaaah I'm not winning anymore bwaaah" complaint.

Which is funny because neither he's as good a driver as Hamilton nor his car was completely legal (unlike the mercs).
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« Reply #3874 on: 16 Mar 2015, 09:45 »

To be fair, in the British Pedalcar Champs I've complained that we're going to get boring if there aren't a few more teams contending for the top places and my team is the one that has been winning it recently. Generally it isn't good for a sport, either specatators or competitors if there isn't a degree of jeopardy involved. It drives innovation in tactics, design and training and keeps the sport fresh.
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« Reply #3875 on: 16 Mar 2015, 09:57 »

Oh and check out this finish to the stage 5 of the Tirreno-Adriatico.





Early season stage races always a little unpredictable.
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« Reply #3876 on: 16 Mar 2015, 17:44 »

Greg Classen recovering from mugging, stabbing after end-of-season party.

Greg was one of the main players on the Milwaukee Admirals 2004 Calder Cup team. He was a friend, and his parents are just fantastic and down to earth. Sad to hear that something like this happened, though.

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« Reply #3877 on: 22 Mar 2015, 01:34 »

Its the start of the Spring Classics today with the epic Milan-San Remo.

can't decide on a favourite for the win. Split by wanting either a Cavendish sprint finish, Swift confirming his puncheur credentials or Stybarmaking a cheeky move. I suspect the latter will be well marked though. No escapees today I reckon.
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« Reply #3878 on: 27 Mar 2015, 10:28 »

Woooo Geraint Thomas wins the E3 Harelbeke in a solo move. Great to see him moving off the domestique rosta.
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« Reply #3879 on: 27 Mar 2015, 18:48 »

100 points, four points from clinching a playoff berth, and still sitting pretty atop the Division.

I think this is the latest Nashville has been #1 in their division since 1998.
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« Reply #3880 on: 27 Mar 2015, 22:19 »

The moment I decided to think the Bruins were playing good hockey was the second they decided to say, "NOPE". 6 strait losses, technically tied with Ottawa for the 8th seed, but have played one more game than them....

Krejci's back, but Hamilton is out, the guys they traded for at the deadline are out... Unless Rask just plays out of his mind for the last few games I just don't see it.
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« Reply #3881 on: 30 Mar 2015, 02:23 »

I was looking forward tomorrow to give a first quarter update on the progress of Steve Abraham's attempt to break the year cycling record. If things had been going according to plan he would have covered over 17000 miles. Alas it looks as if Steve's efforts have been cut short. Yesterday he was involved in a collision with a moped and ended up with two broken bones in his ankle. The latest is that he now needs to have surgery to implant a plate and screws.

There's no professional aspect to this kind of sporting effort so Steve doesn't have the back up of a contract, sick pay, employment insurance etc. Unless by some miracle he can get back on his bike and carry on riding, it looks like he's unemployed. Fortunately for him, it looks like the cycling community is rallying around and committing to supporting him at least until he's recovered and looking for work again.
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« Reply #3882 on: 30 Mar 2015, 06:12 »

On motorsport news, Valentino Rossi won his 109th race last night, and the first opener since 2010. Looks like this'll be his 20th year as championship contender.

(Writing with indifference makes me sound as if I'm sick of him. I'm not, he's incredibly good).

For the other 2 categories of the motorbike racing world championship, errybody and dey momma crashed in Moto2 leaving Jonas Folger to win, with Xavier Simeon second and Thomas Luthi third while Johann Zarco's gearbox apparently broke mid-straight. On Moto3 Alexis Masbou won the race in a very contested group that included veteran Efrén Vázquez (4th), Spanish champion and possibly rookie of the year Fabio Quartararo (7th) and English rider Danny Kent (3rd) amongst others.

(Efrén may or may not actually be a distant relative of mine, so that's why I mention him prominently)
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« Reply #3883 on: 30 Mar 2015, 18:20 »

I've been sick of him for years.
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« Reply #3884 on: 12 Apr 2015, 13:49 »

Kings, Bruins, and Sharks are all out of the playoffs, and 5 Canadian teams are in. What madness is this?!
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« Reply #3885 on: 12 Apr 2015, 13:59 »

Degenkolb won Paris - Roubaix. Kudos to him. Specially because that was an impressive sprint from him.
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« Reply #3886 on: 12 Apr 2015, 14:58 »

Nobody cheers for Cavendish.  He is a tosser.

Ottawa Senators run to the playoffs was one for the ages. They were legitimately a bottom five team at Christmas.   23-4-4 to end the season is remarkable.  Plus, their best goalie, leading goalscorer are rookies, and another Senator (Stone) might win the Calder as top rookie.

All of which makes you look even harder at the Oilers I guess.
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« Reply #3887 on: 13 Apr 2015, 06:26 »

Either the Preds are going to get swept in four by the Hawks, or this is going to be a mirror of the epic Calder Cup run of their farm club from 11 years prior - 7-6-5-4.
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« Reply #3888 on: 13 Apr 2015, 10:45 »

I'm calling Chicago in 7. 5, if Kane can get his shit together fast enough.
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« Reply #3890 on: 06 Jun 2015, 15:57 »

Well, it's half with no score of the Women's World Cup, in the China/Canada match.  Neither is a team I particularly follow, but I do tend to /slightly/ side with Canada, since they're the host country.[1]  Either way, they've both been playing strongly.  Canada has had the most possession, but China has had the closest shot on goal, and I was surprised when it didn't hit the net.


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« Reply #3891 on: 06 Oct 2015, 22:20 »

Cubs are playing in the Wild Card game tomorrow night.  Just wish I could go back to the beginning of the season. Put some money on the Cubbies.

I've been waiting a long time to say that.  :-D
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« Reply #3892 on: 07 Oct 2015, 01:34 »

I hope Pittsburgh annihilates them.
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« Reply #3894 on: 19 Dec 2015, 09:27 »

NL are steamrolling through teams on the female handball world cup right now, it's incredible.
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« Reply #3895 on: 20 Dec 2015, 11:44 »

I don't know if I have enough alcohol in my apartment to make the Browns-Seahawks game watchable.

On the plus side, my school won its first ever bowl game. I ended up not watching it in favor of the Democratic debate (I just haven't been as interested since the FBS move), but I regret that decision because apparently we were way down until a 4th-quarter rally and it all came down to a last second field goal.

I think my point about 'excitement level' is proven though. The way we played this year, we could have been FCS champions easily. But instead of a long, exciting tournament-style post-season, we, the runner ups in a middling conference, got to play the runner-ups from another middling conference in a bowl that has only existed for two years in a stadium smaller than our own. And while for everyone else that might be higher profile, I have a hard time caring about that. I already have an FBS team that I've loved for my entire life, and they're playing in the Fiesta Bowl on New Year's Day
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« Reply #3896 on: 20 Dec 2015, 17:44 »

This time, Mount Union beat us. Unfortunately, it wasn't in the Stagg Bowl. :(
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« Reply #3897 on: 05 Jan 2016, 03:33 »

The Browns are dumping Mike Pettine and the GM, Ray Farmer. This was only the second season for both. Who will be next in line for the least secure jobs in professional sports, I wonder. The Browns haven't kept a coach for more than two seasons since Romeo Crennel was fired in 2008.

Johnny Football Fuck-up also appears to be on his way out, amid rumors he violated team rules by partying in Las Vegas in disguise during the last game rather than showing up to his league-mandated concussion check-up. So, cross another one off the list:



Apparently he wants to play for the Cowboys. He can go right ahead, the last thing we need is a quarterback who can't play AND consistently generates negative press. But they'd be idiots to take him. He spends more time on the bench than on the field, and it won't be long before he ends up in prison and/or, based on his apparent attitude toward concussions, out of the game for good.

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« Reply #3898 on: 05 Jan 2016, 12:01 »

The QBs in the draft don't appear all that good either.

And I wouldn't be too surprised if the Cowboys did take him, I mean, they already have Greg Hardy.
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« Reply #3899 on: 06 Jan 2016, 19:31 »

The 2016 HoF inductees for Major League Baseball are Ken Griffey, Jr and Mike Piazza.

Griffey managed 99.3% of the vote and only 3 people did not vote him in (which is ridiculous that it isn't 100%, but still the highest percentage ever achieved).
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