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Old 01-29-2018, 10:28 PM
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On Friday night, the 4th line of Carbonara, Langdon and Johnson - became the 3rd line by the third period. Sarnia was clearly intimidated by their physicality. On more than one occasion, the Sarnia defender allowed Carbs to go in to the corners first to play the puck.

Allowing Phillips, Castleman and Tomasino to fill the role of 4th line, against those top teams in the OHL, takes a lot of pressure off of them.

It was a great coaching move by Coach Burke!
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Junior B Hockey: Joel Mazzilli’s shot a strength that does the heavy lifting for junior B team. LHe doesn’t play for a powerhouse.

His twin brother Noah is no longer on his line — or team — to help out.

But in his first year of junior hockey, no one is putting the puck in the back of Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League nets better than Komoka Kings forward Joel Mazzilli.

“The opportunity I had with ice time and the way things have fallen, I’ve been able to contribute on a nightly basis,” the recently turned 18-year-old Londoner said. “I don’t think I’m surprised by it. I’ve always had the ability to score goals.

“My shot is one of my biggest strengths.”

Mazzilli has 36 tallies in 42 games — 14 of them on the power play. He has accounted for an even 30 per cent of the Kings offence.
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Old 01-30-2018, 07:33 AM
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Once a Knight. I believe he started on The Memorial Cup Team BS, and left to go back to school or something. You should still hate both of them for playing “on that”team, no need to water it down.

They both are green, and look how much joy they are bringing to the bi-polar fans. Lol

Just throwing it in there.
And now, we are poking fun at people who suffer every day from being bi-polar which is a terrible disease?
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And now, we are poking fun at people who suffer every day from being bi-polar which is a terrible disease?
It’s actually a “disorder”
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It’s actually a “disorder”
Disorder or disease, still not good.
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Disorder or disease, still not good.
I didn’t say the members we suffering from the disease or disorder I was referring to their mood swings. It’s YOU who is taking this out of context. Saying someone is acting ‘retarded’ I’d different than someone who is actually retarded.
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I didn’t say the members we suffering from the disease or disorder I was referring to their mood swings. It’s YOU who is taking this out of context. Saying someone is acting ‘retarded’ I’d different than someone who is actually retarded.
Neither statement is neccessary here
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I had a friend that was Bi-Polar. No one knew until he snapped in his first year of University. He started smoking the funny stuff and then he went completely Bonkers a month later. He 's on Meds now but look out when he's not.
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....would dress up like a clown when he went off his Meds
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Junior B Hockey: Joel Mazzilli’s shot a strength that does the heavy lifting for junior B team. LHe doesn’t play for a powerhouse.

His twin brother Noah is no longer on his line — or team — to help out.

But in his first year of junior hockey, no one is putting the puck in the back of Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League nets better than Komoka Kings forward Joel Mazzilli.

“The opportunity I had with ice time and the way things have fallen, I’ve been able to contribute on a nightly basis,” the recently turned 18-year-old Londoner said. “I don’t think I’m surprised by it. I’ve always had the ability to score goals.

“My shot is one of my biggest strengths.”

Mazzilli has 36 tallies in 42 games — 14 of them on the power play. He has accounted for an even 30 per cent of the Kings offence.
Joel Mazzilli should be playing right now with the Icedogs. replacing Oliver Castleman!!
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