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  1. I agree with this and I neglected to mention this in my post earlier. Naturally I don't want either to go for the sake of just going younger and I don't want to trade them for peanuts.
  2. While I am no aviation expert, I believe GPS can really only provide latitude and longitude readings. Altitude, pitch, yaw, etc are not provided by GPS and the pilot must rely on instrument readings if they are rated for flying via instrument only. If they are not rated for flying via instrument then they have to rely on visual flying (in essence by looking where they are by their eyes and identifying landmarks/terrain/etc). This is my guess. Those who are more familiar with this can probably explain better.
  3. As much as I like both Coleman and Palmieri, they are likely not going to be part of the future of the team whether it be with Fitz or a new GM.
  4. FWIW the SRV accident was about 30 years ago so not sure if even modern helicopters of that day were equipped with terrain radar.
  5. I watched half of the skills competition and the Atlantic/Metro game the next day. Yeah it was pretty boring and the 3 on 3 format has official run its course. I think it is time to go back to either East vs West traditional format or the fantasy draft teams (the drafting was kinda fun).
  6. According to reports from this morning, it looks like the pilot simply slammed into the mountain. This immediately brings me back to memories of Stevie Ray Vaughan. He also died in a helicopter crash but after a concert at a resort. IIRC it was foggy as well and his helicopter slammed into the side of an artificial hill. Apparently, the topographical charts the helicopter pilot was using in that case was using an old chart that didn't show the artificial hill since the hill was just recently built by the resort.
  7. I like the 2003 ring the most just on looks. My favorite cup team is the 2000 team.
  8. Yeah with Hall out of the picture our potential future cap issue is basically gone. I wouldn't mind Zajac on a 2-year deal. Even at $4M per I say keep him.
  9. Seeing this also makes me realize that a lot of guys we have grown accustomed to over the past 4-5 seasons are going to be gone soon. I think by the start of the 21-22 season at least 2/3 of the roster will be totally different guys than what we have now.
  10. I liked Iafrate too. His hair alone made him instantly recognizable and loveable lol. Yeah the ASG is really more geared to kids IMO. I find the 3 on 3 tournament format to have already gone stale. I wish they would either go back to East vs West or fantasy draft teams at this point.
  11. The tinfoil conspiracy theorist in me thinks they did it because they goofed on the years on one side of the ring so either the manufacturer decided to make it up to them or the Devils placed a new rush order for everyone. I don't think that is the case but again it's a tinfoil-hat theory lol.
  12. I am in the same boat. This week has given me more time to binge-watch Frasier which I have been doing for almost two weeks now. I saw plenty of episodes when it came out in the 90's and early 2000's, but I decided to sit down and re-watch the entire series for the first time since then and really into it.
  13. Just interesting perspective since some hold those very dearly. Some players had some less complimentary things to say about it as well.
  14. Per an The Athletic article that came out the other day, 86% of NHL players polled said they don't pay attention to advanced stats.
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