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The Death Pool – Special Report – NA3HL’s Cincinnati Thunder Become Dayton Falcons In Unpublicised Move

Ummmmmmm yeah, so I got me a head scratcher here.  The Cincinnati Thunder, one of the NA3HL’s, shall we say “most challenged” teams, must have moved in the middle of the night like the old Baltimore Colts.

All of a sudden, the NA3HL has a team called the Dayton Falcons!  How the hell does this happen in the NA3HL?

I mean even the USA Hockey protected lists still list this team as the Cincinnati Thunder.  Call me crazy, but something is pretty damn fishy here.

But hey, the Cincinnati Thunder website is what is coming up when you click the link for the Falcons.  So what’s up with that?  Why wouldn’t the NA3HL make a big deal out of this move?

After all the log is pretty cool.  I mean the logo has got to make a difference in recruiting right?  And Dayton has had such success with hockey over the years that this has go to be a brilliant move.

Ohhhhh shit.  Sorry about that, not such a successful track record in Dayton after all.  Junior hockey in Dayton Ohio.  Ahhhhhh yes.  Such awesome memories.  A quick little search shows the NAHL was there in 2003 and didn’t do so well.

You have to wonder who is running this soon to be wildly successful franchise.  I wonder who in the Dayton hockey scene would make this incredible leap.  I have to believe its someone one with an incredible track record of success. Ha Ha Ha

Stick around everyone, we got more strange shit on the way…..

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