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About Trippingblue

  • Birthday 06/04/1980


  • Skates
    Flexlite 12
  • Stick
    Vapor XXX/ Cogliano
  • Gloves
    Easton Stealth S9
  • Helmet
    Mission Intake/Bauer cage
  • Pants
    Easton Air
  • Shoulder Pads
  • Elbow Pads
    Rbk 7k
  • Shin Pads
    Jofa 9011
  • Hockey Bag

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    San Diego, CA/Montreal, QC

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  1. Trippingblue

    Stick flexing video

    Don't know if anyone's seen this, but I just got into following this guy. Analyzing the slap shot, and by extension stick flex. https://youtu.be/IsCdywftyok?t=3m15s
  2. Trippingblue

    2016 ASG to be 3-on-3 tournament

    some of these guys, for a chance at splitting up a million dollars? I'd say that might be incentive enough.
  3. Trippingblue

    2016 ASG to be 3-on-3 tournament

    http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl/nhl-all-star-game-three-on-three-1.3325007 Now this could be interesting. The ASG has been pretty stagnant for years. At least this way the players have something behind it now.
  4. Trippingblue

    2015-16 Montreal Canadiens Thread

    Fantastic start to the season; whatever is in the water in Brossard, keep it going!
  5. Trippingblue

    "Comic Book" Movies Discussion

    The simplest answer is that Tony Stark is a known quantity in the MCU. The original Ant-Man, Hank Pym, created Ultron in the comic books. Since 1) the Ant-Man film comes out later this year and 2) the Ant-Man in the film is Scott Lang and not Hank Pym, it also would confuse the average viewer.
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    Expanding the NHL?

    I work at "O" so if anyone visits and get tickets to my show I'll give you the full backstage tour.
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    Expanding the NHL?

    Well, we certainly have some good indicators here in Vegas. Word has it the Maloofs and Bill Foley are sending out season ticket packages to residents. The new 20,000 seat arena that MGM is building behind the New York-New York with attached mega shopping complex (naturally, in these mixed-use-arena-retail-that's happening currently) is going to go a long way into convincing the Board to grant the Maloofs a franchise. I don't know if it will come to anything, since there are so many factors working against- Locals' work schedules. Most residents are employees of casinos, and thus operate on swing and graveyard shifts. This makes it hard to build a season ticket holder base, and Las Vegas would need about 7,000-8,000 season ticket holders to make this work. The ECHL was cool with a few midnight games each season for the now-defunct Wranglers to cater to the unique locals' demographic. Home-town loyalty. I can count on two hands the number of people I know who were born and raised in Las Vegas. It's home to the state's largest employer and is inhabited mostly by people from somewhere else. This means it would be difficult to get fans to realy build loyalty, especially when many won't be convinced to surrender their hometown allegiances. The arena is in a difficult location for locals. Frank Sinatra Drive is 2 lanes in either direction leading into the arena, sandwiched against the I-15 freeway and The Strip. Locals aren't going to want to venture towards the Strip on their days off.
  8. I'm a big fan of Lucky Tiger Muscle Rub, myself. I often strain muscles in my back and shoulders as an acrobat and this stuff works well in conjunction with the Icy Hot cold spray.
  9. Trippingblue

    Any drummers here on MSH?

    I've been playing 20+ years now, and just switched to a Roland TD-15 kit out of consideration for my neighbours. Growing up, I was well into Bonham, Moon, Peart, and Hart. In the last 10 years or so, my influences have changed somewhat. Now I'm more into Stanton Moore, Zigaboo Modeliste, Jab'o Starks, Clyde Stubblefield, Adam Deitch, Cindy Blackman, Clayton Fillyau, Melvin Parker, and David Garibaldi.
  10. Trippingblue

    The Venting Spot

    Very tragic accident on the Strip today. This isn't my show but we're just down the street at the Bellagio. http://www.reviewjournal.com/entertainment/shows/cast-member-cirque-du-soleils-ka-dies-after-fall-during-performance Our family of shows is quite shocked, to say the least.
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    "Comic Book" Movies Discussion

    Joss Whedon is going to direct Avengers 2. That is all.
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    "Comic Book" Movies Discussion

    Something about the mix seemed off to me. There were times when the music cut over the dialogue, or times when Bane would speak and my molars would rattle. That scene when he's speaking in the stadium hurt my ears. Sometimes it was even hard to understand Bane when he was speaking...
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    "Comic Book" Movies: Info & Rumors

    Bringing this back from the depths. I was at Comic-Con this year and Marvel Studios announced Iron Man 3's launch date. The Mandarin will be the main villain this time around, played by Ben Kingsley. Happy Hogan is going to play a bigger part in this one as Jon Favreau isn't directing this one. 3 May 2013 is the drop date on this one. They also announced the projects in the pipline afterwards: "Thor: The Dark World"- The cast is mostly the same, with the exception of Zach Levi who will play Fandral. 13 October 2013. "Captain America: The Winter Soldier"- Didn't say much about this, other than the title. 4 April 2013. "Guardians of the Universe"- This one was a new one to me, as I didn't recognize any of the characters. No release date given. "Ant-Man"- Also pretty vague, no release date set yet. Lionsgate announced Dredd, a second Judge Dredd film.
  14. Trippingblue

    Home Repairs

    try 1/8" 7x19 wire rope and a Gripple :http://www.gripple.com/us/products/catalogue/industrial/products/hanger-kits/gripplehangersizes.html