45W, no. 3; newsletter by b.n.)
editor's note: No comment.
It goes something like this ... Somebody was supposed to be writing the newsletter. That somebody noticed that somebody else wrote at least one ... If not all of the newsletters that somebody was supposed to be writing. And that somebody was afraid to look figuring that he would feel pretty guilty about it. But then ... Brainstorm ... I can write the newsletter now and that other somebody can [ insert the stats here ] ... And shazam! ... Instant catch up on the past newsletters. And if all those newsletters were in fact written by that other person? Then [ Insert stats here for tonight's game ] and we are ahead of the game. Of course all that sounds good ... But the same guy that was supposed to be writing the newsletter was also supposed to be getting the stats in the first place ... So it goes without saying that if he did not collect the stats ... There is no way that the other said guy could insert the stats that he never got into this email to create the newsletter that he never received ... But I am sure that the other guy will figure it out ... He always does.
FOR THE RECORD
Attendance (players): Cassens, Gucci, LeMatty, Miller, Newcomb, Maccanico (sub), Nigro (sub). Net: Harris.
Scratches: Genalo, Gesior, Matthews, McLaughlin (AWOL), Nicolosi.
Scoring: 1st period: 1-0 Pirates: Goal by Gucci (none). 3rd period: 5-1 Pirates: Goals by Maccanico (Nigro); Maccanico (none); Newcomb (Maccanico); LeMatty (Miller).
date of game: 1.24.11
THE NAME OF THE GAME
Rob Niedermayer, currently on the Buffalo Sabres recently played three straight games with his name spelled "Neidermayer" on the back of his jersey. No one caught the rather prominent typo — not even Niedermayer himself. “I didn't even notice, to be honest with you." Niedermayer said. It has since been fixed.
1) MARTY MACCANICO
For 2 goals in a :31-second span.
2) DARREN GUGGLIELMELLI
For getting the scoring started halfway through the 1st with a coast-to-coast tally.