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  1. 2 for me, though I did double-back to an Atari 2600 when my dad cleaned out the basement and wanted to show my brother and I what he used to play in his downtime.
  2. Hart Memorial Trophy: Awarded annually to the player judged most valuable to their team. 2022 Winner: McDavid James Norris Memorial Trophy: Awarded annually to the defense player who demonstrates throughout the season the greatest all-around ability in the position. 2022 Winner: Makar Vezina Trophy: Awarded annually to the NHL goaltender who is adjudged the best at this position. 2022 Winner: Hellebucyk Calder Memorial Trophy: Awarded annually to the player selected as the most proficient in his first year of competition in the NHL. 2022 Winner: Zegras Selke Trophy: Awarded annually to the forward who best excels in the defensive aspects of the game. 2022 Winner: Bergeron Jack Adams: Annual award presented to the coach adjudged to have contributed the most to their team’s success. 2022 Winner: Dave Hakstol Jim Gregory Award An annual award to recognize the work of the top General Manager in the NHL. 2022 Winner: Steve Yzerman Lady Byng Trophy: An annual award to recognize the player adjudged to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability. 2022 Winner: Artemi Panarin Led Lindsay Award: An annual award to recognize the NHL's most outstanding player in the regular season as judged by the members of the NHL Players' Association. 2022 Winner: McDavid
  3. You can add vaporizing and inhaling hydrogen peroxide to the mix.
  4. I think they're just waiting for someone to pay to take him off their hands. Which isn't happening - everyone and their mother knows now that Jack Eichel will never play another game for the Sabres. The cap is flat and barely rising. He's got a contract for 1/8 of the total cap. He needs a surgery on his neck to get back to health, let alone the rehab to get back to peak. His value has never been lower and the Sabres are playing as if they're trading a franchise caliber center with zero risk. It's pathetic mismanagement.
  5. Not a chance. Even in these wildly exceptional circumstances.
  6. Sure, they can spread it. But they are much less likely to - and if a vaccinated person spreads to another vaccinated person, the virus is much less likely to take foot, whereas to an unvaccinated person - it likely will. And even if the spread likelihood is the same, we know that these vaccines are saving lives, keeping space in our healthcare system open, or simply allowing us to keep enjoying the benefits of our society. We know that an unvaccinated Delta variant patient will likely have spread it to 6 other people - if those six are vaccinated and asymptomatic, the damage done is far, far less than if they weren't (and again moved to spread to six more people each). This is similar logic to saying "I've survived a car crash while not wearing a seatbelt, so I won't" or "the last five times I had unprotected sex, she didn't get pregnant, so let's do away with the condoms". It's true that no solution is foolproof, but there are exceptional differences between simply stating these things in absolutes.
  7. I think there's a risk here in the 5 years - agreed - but I don't really see how Minnesota justifies the "no". They could have gone more-for-shorter, but the idea here is to keep Kaprizov through the Parise/Suter buyout period where they think guys like him, Greenway, and Eriksson Ek can keep them competitive - perhaps even very much so - while Rossi, Boldy, Addison, and a few others are on the cheap. It's a decent enough gamble. If Kaprizov ends up going bust, most if not all of the plan Guerin laid out is probably kaput anyway. May as well pay the guy and see if you're right.
  8. I still cannot believe how dumbfuckingly mismanaged this team is. It's a goddamn masterclass in asset mismanagement. I'm with you here - at this point, Eichel should just move to void the deal if he has this much confidence in the surgery. Force the Sabres hand, miss three months of the season, sign with whomever you want at whatever rate you want.
  9. While this is all very true - I want to mention that K12 science education doesn't really tend to focus on the uncertainty in science. It does tend to treat it as finite - you don't really hear phrases like "best course of action" or "to our best knowledge" - which are the real tenets of science. Can't really blame them, but it isn't really until you get to optional science courses - or physics in HS, which is often the first and most daunting optional course - where you get to the theory and practice of science and uncertainty. You do often get things like the scientific method, but it's often taught in a really binary way.
  10. Honestly, assuming we go through with this plan, it's not the words you're going to be worried about struggling to get out. As an asside, don't eat the pineapple.
  11. I have a different idea for what you can do with both that opinion and a pineapple
  12. He wasn't worth the 6th overall when he would have been there at 17. I can't make any argument otherwise. I just don't buy that he's a bad QB - the toolbox is very much there.
  13. fuckin knew this was coming.
  14. Pineapple, pork, and spice is a time-honored tradition - shit, it's literally the al-pastor taco. The question at hand is why on earth you add marinara and pizza dough to the equation.
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