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Old 11-13-2020, 11:25 AM
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The vaccine will not factor into whether fans will be in the stands this season. Once the vaccine is available to Canadians, it will take months and months before enough people are vaccinated to have any impact. I am hoping the vaccine will allow us to get back to normal in 2022. But 2021 will still be tough, although hopefully things will improve if people start taking better precautions.

Take a look at this article: https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/coron...lout-1.5797082

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But Quach says unlike influenza vaccines, there may not actually be enough doses of COVID-19 vaccines to make a significant impact — especially early on.

"We don't have enough vaccines to vaccinate all Canadians," she said, adding that COVID-19 vaccines could be distributed over the next 12 to 18 months. "The rollout will be slow."
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The vaccine will not factor into whether fans will be in the stands this season. Once the vaccine is available to Canadians, it will take months and months before enough people are vaccinated to have any impact. I am hoping the vaccine will allow us to get back to normal in 2022. But 2021 will still be tough, although hopefully things will improve if people start taking better precautions.

Take a look at this article: https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/coron...lout-1.5797082

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But Quach says unlike influenza vaccines, there may not actually be enough doses of COVID-19 vaccines to make a significant impact — especially early on.

"We don't have enough vaccines to vaccinate all Canadians," she said, adding that COVID-19 vaccines could be distributed over the next 12 to 18 months. "The rollout will be slow."

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But Quach says unlike influenza vaccines, there may not actually be enough doses of COVID-19 vaccines to make a significant impact — especially early on.

"We don't have enough vaccines to vaccinate all Canadians," she said, adding that COVID-19 vaccines could be distributed over the next 12 to 18 months. "The rollout will be slow."
As a point of reference, the 12 - 18 months quoted refers to how long it would take to get the vaccine out to “all” Canadians, which in actuality is not really required to contain or minimize the virus. First they need to get it to the 15% of Canadians most vulnerable - and that is the age group that has accounted for 95 percent of the covid related deaths.

To completely eliminate a virus it requires 70% of the population to receive the vaccine. Realistically we can maybe expect 50-60 percent of the population to get their right arm injected, but with a 90% effectiveness rate - and the right demographics vaccinated, this will become no more serious than various stands of the flu.

Canadian need to be patient - the light at the end of the tunnel is near.

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I still think we get a very short season. Probably starting in February. Shortly after the vaccine starts distribution. That way they can have body checking.

I think February is overly optimistic from what I?ve read but hopefully you are right !


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If they start distributing the vaccine in February, and they have to prioritize who gets it first based on need, how far down the list do you think hockey players and fans will be?
Certainly after health care workers, LTC residents and people with serious at risk conditions. I wouldn't be shocked if the people playing high level sports get it early. Because its been proven that sports teams are a source of outbreaks.
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Update:

Former IceDog Andrew Bruder recorded an assist for Trenton Golden Hawks. Trenton is currently playing Wellington in the Hasty P Summit Series vs Wellington. Game 3 of the series goes Tuesday night.

In 3 games, Danil Gushchin has 2G and 2A. Tonight, Muskegon (+Tylor Procious) vs Chicago Steel and potential trade chip Luca Fantilli (“C” rating 2021 NHL Central Scouting Preliminary Watch List).
* Gushchin with a hatrick and assist vs Chicago. After 3 regular season games, he now leads the USHL in both goals (4) and points (7).

Giancarlo Chanton (SC Langenthal) Swiss League (SL) 6GP – 1 G – 1A – 2pts)

Greg Spitznagel, 2 games played, 2 goals scored for the Green Bay Gamblers. Tonight vs Youngstown and David Gucciardi – no points but 4 SOG in 2 games.

Stephen Halliday skating with Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL) and has registered an assist in 2 games.

Riley Brueck signed with the Wichita Falls Warriors (NAHL). In 4 games, Brueck has yet to register a point.

Cole Eichler returned for his second season at Salisbury School of the USHS-Prep. The puck has not yet dropped on their season (Nov 30).

Will Laychur (Shady Side Academy). The Mid-West Prep Hockey League return to play Jan 8th

Zac Wisdom (Pickering Panthers) and Ethan Mistry (Toronto Jr. Canadiens). On Nov. 6, the OJHL received approval to play 5 on 5 hockey. Some of the restrictions include No Body contact, “bubble” face mask and facial covering. OJHL announced a January return and exhibition game can now be played. Local teams such as the Falcons, Canucks, Blackhawks, Meteors and the Panthers have been on the ice for quite some time practicing and playing scrimmage games.

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Gushchin’s hands are incredibly quick!

Here is his second of 3 goals the other night.

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Dog Pound Podcast Discussion: Joey Burke OHL Priority Draft 04s
Audio Credit: Dog Pound Podcast hosted by @Caputz13 and @JustKyle51



The interview also make reference to the shift in philosophy with this IceDogs rebuild - a conscious effort to draft (Uberti, Cato, Chanton, Enright, Cooke, Roobroeck) and trade (Butler, Peters, Beraldo) for players with some size. A welcomed change!

The current roster has a significant number of players 6.00 or taller – and those and others, with youth on their side, could mature into one of the bigger OHL teams. In addition, the IceDogs scouting staff did their homework drafting players such as A.Leonard, D.Roobrooek and B.Cooke, who all have parents with significant height. For example, Brice Cooke’s brother is 6.05 and father is 6.07!


2020-2021 ROSTER (6.00+):
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02 Cameron Butler RW (6.04 / 202)
04 Dylan Roobroeck (6.03 / 160)
02 Cameron Peters C (6.02 / 180)
02 Jake Uberti C (6.01 / 185)
04 Brice Cooke LW (6.01 / 165)
03 Agostinelli, Anthony RW (6.00 / 165)
04 Struthers, Ryan C (6.00 / 161)
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01 Mason Howard LD (6.03 / 220)
03 Landon Cato RD (6.02 / 205)
00 Adrian Beraldo LD (6.01 / 185)
02 Giancarlo Chanton LD (6.01 / 175)
01 Dakota Betts LD (6.01 / 185)
03 Isaac Enright RD (6.00 / 170)
04 Alec Leonard RD (5.11 / 165)
(G)
00 Murphy, Daniel (6.01 / 195)
02 Tucker Tynan (6.01 / 165)


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The interview also make reference to the shift in philosophy with this IceDogs rebuild - a conscious effort to draft (Uberti, Cato, Chanton, Enright, Cooke, Roobroeck) and trade (Butler, Peters, Beraldo) for players with some size. A welcomed change!

The current roster has a significant number of players 6.00 or taller – and those and others, with youth on their side, could mature into one of the bigger OHL teams. In addition, the IceDogs scouting staff did their homework drafting players such as A.Leonard, D.Roobrooek and B.Cooke, who all have parents with significant height. For example, Brice Cooke’s brother is 6.05 and father is 6.07!


2020-2021 ROSTER (6.00+):
(F)
02 Cameron Butler RW (6.04 / 202)
04 Dylan Roobroeck (6.03 / 160)
02 Cameron Peters C (6.02 / 180)
02 Jake Uberti C (6.01 / 185)
04 Brice Cooke LW (6.01 / 165)
03 Agostinelli, Anthony RW (6.00 / 165)
04 Struthers, Ryan C (6.00 / 161)
(D)
01 Mason Howard LD (6.03 / 220)
03 Landon Cato RD (6.02 / 205)
00 Adrian Beraldo LD (6.01 / 185)
02 Giancarlo Chanton LD (6.01 / 175)
03 Isaac Enright RD (6.00 / 170)
04 Alec Leornard RD (5.11 / 165)
(G)
00 Murphy, Daniel (6.01 / 195)
02 Tucker Tynan (6.01 / 165)


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