Meanwhile, on the other side of the pond 2019/20

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Chef Boi RD wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 7:28 am
The millennials today are soft because of it, not cut out for the struggles of life, the world needs Coquitlam Centre Parking Lot bullies like Doyle to learned the feebs out there.
Like those before us, we're underestimating the capabilities of the next generation, till one day we'll just be ranting old men.

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Doyle could run like a deer, but wasn’t much of a track star. I played three sports a year but my sister was bar none the best athlete out of all of us. Effortless she could do anything and make it lol easy. My uncle was much the same.
How in hell could a 5’-11” 260 lb human run like a dear?
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Höglander scored the first goal of the game as Rögle beat Leksand 5-3.
12:52 minutes of ice time.

https://www.shl.se/play/video/56180073?autoplay=1
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Apparently Podkozlin is breaking ankles today, making like Gretzky setting up a goal

Podkozlin, Hoglander, Focht! So overwhelming!! I better wear shades!!!
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The Brown Wizard wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 7:12 am
Per wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 12:14 am
Utica still uses an outdated motivation through punishment system whereas Sweden has moved to a motivation through encouragement system.
The good old Participant trophy. Everybody wins and there are no scores
Uhm, no. :roll:

It’s like when you train a dog.
You can beat it with a stick when it does things wrong, or you can reward it when it does things right.

Both systems work, but studies have shown the reward system to work better and create less mental issues.

What I think though is that when you sre used to one system and end up in the other system, you get confused and insecure.
A culture shock quite simply.

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Participation ribbons are a completely different thing.
Then you get rewarded without having delivered.
That’s confusing too, and is not at all what I am talking about.

You think Elias Pettersson was created with participation ribbons? :hmmm:

Sweden just won the U18 WJC for the first time.
I think we’re doing something right. :drink:
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Sat Sep 28, 2019 1:30 pm

Sweden just won the U18 WJC for the first time.
I think we’re doing something right. :drink:
Welcome to the club. Weve been beating our children with great success for generations but i guess its the age of coddling them to victory

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Blew the trumpet too soon there Per :)

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Chef Boi RD wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 10:58 am
Doyle Hargraves wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 9:09 am
Doyle could run like a deer, but wasn’t much of a track star. I played three sports a year but my sister was bar none the best athlete out of all of us. Effortless she could do anything and make it lol easy. My uncle was much the same.
How in hell could a 5’-11” 260 lb human run like a dear?
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Another win for Timrå; beat Karlskoga 3-2 after a shootout.
Only a single assist for Dahlén though, which leaves him at 11 points in 5 games.
Sure, he scored in the shootout, but Albin Lundin was credited with the game winning one.
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Per wrote:
Sun Sep 29, 2019 2:03 pm
Another win for Timrå; beat Karlskoga 3-2 after a shootout.
Only a single assist for Dahlén though, which leaves him at 11 points in 5 games.
Sure, he scored in the shootout, but Albin Lundin was credited with the game winning one.
Two minutes for >>> Overexposure!! ....................... :mrgreen:
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Linus Karlsson assisted on Karlskrona’s only goal in a 5-1 loss against Modo.
Power play, five against three.
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Two assists for Anton Rödin as Brynäs beat Djurgården 4-3.
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Per wrote:
Tue Oct 01, 2019 1:34 pm
Two assists for Anton Rödin as Brynäs beat Djurgården 4-3.
One of the great many 2nd round picks by Gillis! Sauve and Connauton the other 2, or was it Mallet? Can’t remember
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An assist for Linus Karlsson as Karlskrona beat Västerås 4-3.

An assist for Jonathan Dahlén as Timrå beat Modo 3-2 in ot.

Joe Cannata had another great game and saved 28 out of 29 shots as Björklöven beat Vita Hästen 2-1. :thumbs:
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