Here's the defintition of tradition from dictionary.com. Notice the words "generation to generation", "long established", "inherited", "continuing pattern"? These are words that are used to describe something that is done over a long period of time. Not 1 year, not 5 years and not 10 years. A generation certainly isn't 10 years. As a matter of fact, the Devils are arguably only in their 2nd generation of fans. So if we're going to play it by definition you're going to need something that stretches all the way back to early "Brendan Byrne" to hold some weight.
Cut the Jr. High BS with definitions as written in the dictionary. This is not a valid way of showing level of intellect.
I said arguably because i'm sure someone won't agree but, IMO, it's fact. This team is only in it's 2nd generation.
It's all good, though Yeah, i'd be more worried about the on-ice product
All of your posts present a strong one sided opinion in which is your are correct and everyone else is wrong.
To some people (and they know who they are) it is a hard concept. Or haven't you been following along?
To some people (you being the main culprit), ought to use correct words when stating your point. Your head is hard. A concept is difficult. Check your favorite dictionary.
Your posts amount to constant so you can join the list.
Colorado... Even when Marty comes back maybe Larry should put Clemmensen to be on the goal during the shootouts.
Can the coach do that ? Switch the goalies 5 seconds to go in overtime? - Most priceless quote ever posted on a message board.
someone actually said this... blahhhhhh ..now thats priceless
First of all, a professional hockey player probably isn't all that similar to any occupation you or anyone here has had. Obviously it is still a job, but playing on the same hockey team as your brother isn't the same as working at the same office as your brother so the whole working with family thing goes right out the window in my opinion.
I'm pretty sure he did take less money, I don't have a source to back it up right now but I'm fairly confident that was the case just based on memory.
I'm not sure what you're talking about in the second paragraph. He signed three days after free agency started, so he didn't really take all that long, but I think it's unfair to say he lied.
You asked for an honorable example and I took it as a generic example and I gave you one. It has nothing to do with Scott N at this point tho I will say this. Any player that says "my current teams is number on my list and then signs immediately with another team, i.e.Holik, is a LHRB. IMO Scott N had no intentions of re-signing with NJ unless his brother was signed to the Devils. He always wanted to play with his brother? Sorry but I don't care about type of occupation, in my opinion working with family is a bad idea.