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AltHL » The AltHL Season 2020 » 5/04/2021 6:42 pm

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Anchorage Anchors: Sounds cool and fits with them being on the coast
Edmonton Railers: History of railroads in the city
Saskatchewan Whitetails: Provincial animal of Saskatchewan
Milwaukee Barbarians: Germanic heritage
Detroit Wheelers: Classic Motown theme with a unique name
Ottawa Grey Jays: Grey Jays are also called Canadian Jays so it makes sense for a team from the capital, plus a unique color scheme

Hockey » Minnesota Amateur Hockey League » 5/03/2021 9:12 pm

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1984 MAHL Playoff Brackets

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Let me hear your thoughts and predictions, comments are appreciated!

Hockey » Minnesota Amateur Hockey League » 5/03/2021 9:11 pm

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1984 MAHL Power Rankings

https://i.imgur.com/VzFwNDX.png

Also Receiving Votes: Roseau-19, Fergus Falls-19, Eau Claire-17, Roseville-14, Brookings-11, Fort Frances-9, South St. Paul-9, Apple Valley-9, Shakopee-9, Grand Forks-8, Mora-4, Lino Lakes-4, Brooklyn Park-3, Duluth V-1

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Hockey » Quebec Amateur Hockey League » 5/03/2021 9:04 pm

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Congrats to the Defenders

Hockey » Minnesota Amateur Hockey League » 5/02/2021 5:44 pm

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Burmy87 wrote:

What an offseason!  A couple things come to mind right away...

2. The Saints have been languishing in the basement for a while now...I think their long-term survival may depend on them dropping the "must be in the Athletic Club" rule.

Also, I never saw who won the Battle for Nininger between Hastings & Cottage Grove...could you let me know, please?  Thank you.

Rumors have been floating around for years that people in the team have suggested it, but a few members of the club are dead set on keeping the teams tradition. It'll definitely be interesting to see if they go public in the next few years or decide to stick to their roots.

Thanks for pointing that out, I went back and fixed the graphic now, Hastings won the Battle for Nininger this year.

AltHL » The AltHL Season 2020 » 5/02/2021 5:32 pm

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I'm gonna third Wallflower's comment. I think that hockey is definitely capable of having a 24 team league to keep everyone in one league. I think we would need to adjust the scoring system to give more incentive to taking 3rd or 4th liners with new ways to get points such as penalties and faceoff wins.

Being in the same league as everyone else is what makes this all fun, I liked how the AltHL and AltFL both had everyone in one thing so it flet like a true league of sorts

Other » American Runty Championship: 1951 Season (+ Expansion Voting!) » 5/02/2021 5:25 pm

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Lets Go Isles! Glad to see we finally made the playoffs

I'd say Royals and Hibernians for the other expansion teams

Hockey » Minnesota Amateur Hockey League » 4/30/2021 5:41 pm

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1983/84 League Power Rankings

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Hockey » Minnesota Amateur Hockey League » 4/30/2021 5:39 pm

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1983/84 Regular Season - South

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Mankato is back on top of the Blue Earth Hockey League, clinching their 6th title in the past 8 years after finishing in second the past two seasons. St. Peter had a bit of a resurgence this season thanks in large part to a breakout year by goaltender James Rupp who led the MAHL in save percentage for the season. New Ulm dropped two spots, but don't be deceived, the Bavarians are still a team to be feared come playoffs. Mason City swoops back into the post season in fourth. Faribault, Owatonna, and Le Sueur were middle of the pack and all finished around the .500 mark. North Mankato didn't live up to their expectations for the year and will look to turn things around next year. Fairmont, Waseca, and Albert Lea bring up the rear, all with losing seasons.

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The Sioux Falls Packers claimed their 8th Southwest Hockey Association crown, their 11th league title in team history. The Hogs were the team to beat all year long, and to their credit they held their ground most nights and were comfortably in first at the end of the season. The rest of the top was anyone's for the taking with a handful of teams all in the hunt. In the end Brookings came in second with Marshall and Willmar rounding out the playoff spots. Sioux Falls, Luverne, and to a lesser extent even Worthington and Hutchinson all had their chance, but couldn't get it done as they fall out of the top four and miss the playoffs. Spirit Lake wasn't great, but at least they aren't Vermillion or Yankton. The perennial bottom feeders were there yet again, getting their teeth kicked in most nights.

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Hastings is back on top. The Rivermen turned things around after a couple less than stellar seasons to bring home their 4th SCHL title in the past 6 years. Eau Claire and Cottage Grove were only a couple games behind

Other » American Runty Championship: 1951 Season (+ Expansion Voting!) » 4/30/2021 4:58 pm

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Manhattan looks great, can't wait to see what the other expansion teams end up looking like!

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