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  1. cuttersjock commented on Gil Thorp about 20 hours ago

    Uh, excuse me but wouldn’t Steve Boone be the logical choice for “hand off” drills?

  2. cuttersjock commented on Gil Thorp 2 days ago

    P1- Pelwicki looking distinctly feminine compared to P3 where he looks like he should be on the buffalo nickel!

  3. cuttersjock commented on Gil Thorp 3 days ago

    …I think my hockey game was a Munro or Cadaco…had a monstrosity of a puck drop that mounted at center ice that we never used, goal lights that never really worked well but it did have the curved plastic pieces at the wings that you could just hammer and it would be directed on goal. Also, never used the magnetic or ball-bearing pucks, always the wooden one because it could fly. Original set had Montreal vs Toronto, bought a set of men that included the Black Hawks and the California Golden Seals among others…game was about circa 1967 or so

  4. cuttersjock commented on Gil Thorp 3 days ago

    Bas-ket…an excellent “rain delay” game when we were kids, infinitely more playable than the Tudor…still have mine 40m some years later with original ping pong ball. No, I’m not a hoarder!

    Anyone remember “All Star Baseball”, which was essentially a poor man’s Strat0Matic? You put the paper disk for a player on the spinner and the probabilities would control the at bat. Joe Rudi always came through for me

  5. cuttersjock commented on Gil Thorp 3 days ago

    P1- Hakeem assuming the classic Tudor electric football QB form….the ball even looks like it is made of felt, just like the fabulous early 70’s version we all love. #21 is one of those players that just spin aimlessly…

  6. cuttersjock commented on Gil Thorp 10 days ago

    …is that Dr. Pearl or Mary Worth?

    P3- Steve Boone’s o line looks like it needs a lot of work

    (tcar, thanks for the tip yesterday, just saw it this AM!)

  7. cuttersjock commented on Gil Thorp 11 days ago

    ….damn, was hoping trainer Rick Scott would be introducing the youngsters to the shower rituals of Milford…

  8. cuttersjock commented on Gil Thorp 13 days ago

    Great Scott!

    Rick Scott!

  9. cuttersjock commented on Gil Thorp 13 days ago

    …you might be on to something, tcar, Sonny did sport the longer ‘do, but Kapp’s freak flag flew as well back in the day…Bud Grant kept it in check and besides the hair regulations, Bud didn’t allow sideline heaters or gloves

  10. cuttersjock commented on Gil Thorp 14 days ago

    ….that was me, Pogo, I’m taking full credit for the Kapp quip…

    kdizzle, yes on the sun glass/Fieri comment, what a tool indeed!

    Boone, fresh off the Milford CC club Championship, begins to explain to Pelwicki the rich tradition of the Milford showers