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About slimcutta

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    Poop Factory
  • Birthday 03/12/1918

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    http://thejerseybook.com/

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    Ottawa, Ontario

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    Ted Datsyuk (Pavel's brother)
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    '85 White Jets, '84 Blues

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  1. slimcutta

    The History of the Sens Jersey, 1992-2018

    http://thejerseybook.com/sens-story/
  2. slimcutta

    The History of the Sens Jersey, 1992-2018

    It's a lot better, actually...hindsight being 20/20 and all, I wish I'd incorporated more into the first one, but growth is inevitable, it would seem The Sens is, and Pens and 1994-04 promise to be much better than the first ...bane of my existence. I want to research, write, and produce, not hawk my wares, as it were...set up/maintain website, social media, various accounts, marketing, dealing with shippers, printers, all the logistics and tedious minutia therein. #shutupchris #firstworldproblems Anyways, I hope you all enjoy it! 1983-93 is getting low, but still some available for anyone who's interested http://thejerseybook.com/1983-1993/ If anyone on here orders one, let me know and I'll throw in a Sens book free of charge
  3. slimcutta

    The History of the Sens Jersey, 1992-2018

    Howdy fellow jersey enthusiasts. I hope the day finds you all well. Despite a relatively low online presence the past while, rest assured I've still been quite active in the hobby, and producing like a mad man 1994-04 is in the works, and 50 years of Penguins history should be out later this year. Available now, the Sens book is finally ready and I'm happy to report it turned out pretty well, if I do say so myself. Only $25 CAD through Amazon.ca https://amzn.to/2C54UVD I'm working on getting it available to the US through Amazon.com, but I'm still waiting on them to get back to me re linking the accounts...experiencing some technical issues that I won't bore you all with. Once they're available to the US, they should be the same price, around $19USD depending on Amazon's exchange rate/fees. If anyone in the US can't get them through Amazon sooner than later and would like a copy, please just reply to this thread and let me know you're interested and I'll get back to you to figure out if I can ship you one directly.
  4. slimcutta

    NHL TV Subscribers?

    My only problem is that they still do blackout local content, so if Ottawa is playing, I only get when it's national feed like on CBC HNIC, otherwise those games, and starting this year Montreal is considered local so those are blacked out as well. The blackout's stink, but for a couple hundred bucks I get a full season of more hockey than I can ask for, so it's well worth it to me, especially now that they've cleaned things up.
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    NHL TV Subscribers?

    I haven't had TV for years, and either piggybacked a friend's subscription to Rogers (when NHL app was free with sub), or paid the early bird for the season. The app a few years ago was crap, but they've really cleaned it up and I love it now. I can go to any game, watch for whatever amount of time, then return whenever I want and resume where I left it. So I'll jump back and forth, and since it's resumed, I can then skip through commercials, 100% hockey, and as much or as little of multiple games in a night. Scores are turned off so no spoilers (didn't have the option before), and you can chose different feeds as to avoid those extremely obnoxious homers in Boston for example. Also different and multi-camera angles. Post game they offer 4-6min recaps, 8-10min condensed games, full replays, and individual highlights for goals, saves, and hits You can select your favorite team(s) and get team-specific news/highlights/etc As far as archived material, there are tons of NHL 100 moments and greatest players, and yes, tons of classic/vintage games. The old format had vintage games listed by decade/year, but now they've gone to a netflix-style layout, with rows of different categories; game recaps, top players right now, best of NHLnetwork centennial memories, NHL 100 event, greatest nhl teams, classic games, nhl 100 greatest players
  6. That's a really cool piece! $300-500 range would be my guesstimate, but certainly potential for more to the right buyer...HOFer right thur!
  7. slimcutta

    New Haven Beast Peter Worrell

    If not, that's some good trolling right thur.
  8. slimcutta

    Boring old stuff no one really wants

    Sold! ...uh, I'll need your shipping address Fitzy
  9. slimcutta

    Boring old stuff no one really wants

    '90-91 Lindros, 56 *54*, mint, $500 shipped
  10. 1980s NIKE Oilers XL warm-up gear. NIKE tagging inside the pants. Asking $125 shipped. Came directly from the team, made famous by some of your photoshopping. Pics for sizing: I'm 6'2", roughly 200lbs after the holidays and it fits me nicely
  11. Well said. I met with the Senators last year regarding the Sens book, and as a token of gratitude for my efforts on the book, they gifted me an 'on-ice' retail Karlsson jersey from the Sens Store - The guy who gave it to me specifically stated it wasn't one of the cheap replicas, and was indeed an 'on-ice' jersey, showing me the fight strap and all. Ironically, one of the reasons we were meeting is so I could get a sneak peak at the (at the time) new Adidas jerseys...when I was brought a couple of pre-season gamers, I proceeded to show them the differences between the fight straps, double elbows/shoulders, materials and overall stitching, and they were taken aback and had no idea. Even the team's brass didn't know there was a difference between MIC and Indo-crap. Good times
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