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DemocraThree: 14 March 2014

by J.R.


Every Friday bloggers from around The Heptarchy will update us on the news and notes from their teams (with that fancy header image courtesy of Mike D; like democracy itself, it’s a perpetual work-in-progress). Yes, we ripped this off from TRH’s Pacific War Room; no, we don’t care. And since we ripped it off, we’ll follow their lead and go in standings order.

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Buzz3eed: How Conference III Can Win The Buffalo Way

by J.R.

Today, the Buffalo Sabres fired pretty much everybody, presumably because Terry Pegula was bored, and then hired as coach Ted Nolan — presumably because coaching Latvia isn’t an exhausting job and because, I guess, Peter Laviolette didn’t answer his phone.

In addition, Pegula brought in Pat LaFontaine as President of Hockey Operations, presumably because bringing back Old Heads is working so well in Colorado.

Buffalo being an example of a winning franchise, the concept of bringing in the team’s center from 1994 is something that might just catch on.

So what would happen in Conference III?

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Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh: Conference III Camp Report, 17 September 2013

by J.R.

hmhf45aAs camps continue in Conference III, we’ll do a daily check-in on what’s happening across The Heptarchy. Most of the time, frankly, this is going to be by Twitter search or maybe Google if we are feeling especially inspired. Sometimes the Nashville report may be done in person. We’ll see if our buddy Gord Stinkhole wants to check in from Winnipeg. And if any of y’all have any insights from a camp visit, fire ‘em to conferencethree[at]gmail[dot]com. We’ll totally rip off your content.

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Clueless Joes Action: Sacco, Nieuwendyk First Conference III Casualaties

by J.R.

Today, Colorado “relieved” coach Joe “Wait, It’s Not Sakic?” Sacco of his duties, joining Joe Nieuwendyk, who Dallas canned as GM last night.