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The Death Pool – Special Report – Two Burials In Nova Scotia Junior C

Good morning boys and girls!  Thanks to a hot tip from a reader up in Nova Scotia, I was alerted to two teams in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League that are, ummmmmm yeah, their dead kids!  Ha Ha Ha

Official word is that they are taking a leave of absence, but these teams are done, as in the last cook out of the year, just stick a fork in em! Ha Ha Ha

Let us now all take a moment of silence to remember the Barrington Sea Star Ice Dogs, holy crap man say that three times fast, and the Clare Lions.  May they both rest in peace!

So, ummmmmm yeah, about that Nova Scotia Junior C League.  Ummmmmm yeah, well it turns out that now with these teams recently departed, that they are likely down to three teams.  Yep, you read that right, three teams.

But hey, the website says they are looking for new franchises.  Ummmmm yeah well I would think you might be, because I don’t see too many players signing up to play against two other teams thirty times a piece to have a season!

I know, I know, its not your fault all the best players leave the area.  Its not your fault that players want to play at higher levels.  I get it.  One thing is for sure is that expansion in the US and Canada sure hasn’t helped your cause.

So, as I get my pitch fork shined up for what is shaping up to be a busy few weeks, we will remember these two teams fondly.  At least they did it right, and did it on their own before players had no other options.  Hmmmmmmm I wonder how many other teams will follow that lead?!

David Wagner – The Angel Of Death – For Those Who Live Stupidly I salute You

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