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Saturday, March 27, 2010


Thanks to Dennis See for the great picture.

Game 7 goes tonight at the Dog Pound. It's not yet 12 noon and when we arrived back at the Multiplex there was a line up outside the Bulldogs Office for those purchasing seats for the available public, and there is currently a long lineup upstairs in the upper lounge of season ticket holders picking up their seats for tonights game.

A winner moves on loser goes home Game 7 at what I'm sure will be a SOLD RIGHT OUT Dog Pound.

What more could you ask for, besides a win?

A tip of my cap to Mark who posted this in the comments section of the blog.....It sure inspired me!

Alberni, the time is on you to grow as individuals and as men. You have gotten this far on the backs and accomplishments of certain members to lead you, to motivate you, and to put the puck in the net. Tonight requires efforts from the most unlikely places. Everyone must be a leader, must contribute, and grow beyond your current level of play. One game to be extraordinary, each and every one of you. Take the wind out of their sails early with a quick goal, or a big clean hit. Make them chase you to the finish line. New heroes will be created tonight, play like there is no tomorrow! I would say 'good luck,' but it will be big hearts that determine the outcome... let it be your time Alberni!

Well said Mark. 

Catch the pregame show with Rick and I starting at 6:45 with the puck drop and play-by-play to follow at 7:00 on 93.3 The Peak FM, and our website 

See you tonight, bring the noise and wear red!



Anonymous said...

I am sooo nervous about tonite!

Anonymous said...

Who will we see as the referee tonight, my fingers are crossed that it is Carl Poole, who in my opinion is the best referee on the Coast. If it isn't Mr.Poole, maybe it will be Trevor Hanson who refereed the best game of the Bulldog playoff run in game 5 against Nanaimo.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting that - Mark's comment is one of the best ever on your blog.

Anonymous said...

Hi there, we were wondering if you could say the score more often on your broadcasts?

Hammer said...

I will try my best to say the score more often, thanks for the comment.

I actually used to carry a stopwatch in my pocket to remind me to say the score all the time, maybe I should start doing that again!