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  • The Oil Drum

    this is garbage

    • guest

      Who asked you? GO MAVS

      • Ryan

        I like hearing stuff about teams that normally do not get much attention. It is good for the program and the players.

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    • Guest

      How about keeping your mouth shut The Oil Drum. No one cares what you have to say.

    • HeavyD

      Agreed. It’s Sioux Gophers week in the WCHA. First week of conf play since Christmas and this guy puts up a piece on a team that has won like 4 games in the WCHA? I literally thought this was a joke.

      • fivehole

        As soon as the fans of the Susies and underperforming Bloated Prarie Dogs realize the WCHA Universe does not revolve around them, blogs will be a better place. Following your logic, HeavyD, the Susies should sweep (via blow out) the team with 18 NHL draft picks…….the Mavs swept the Goofers in Mankato in December.

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  • Schippa

    I think USCHO needs to redo their website. I think it would be better to have a conference page and then a team page under the conference page where writers can put up short paragraphs about that team. Then under the conference page post their big matchups and stories.

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