CHILI!!!!!! Did you get that? My sources tell me that we have approval to do our annual chili night again this season. It will be on February 17. Keep an eye out for an email with more details as well as a post on the blog next week.
- Dveris – Long: Things are looking good for the team with the most friends. Another big gallery will help Long eek out a win.
- Dubois – Moll: The hits keep coming with this classic matchup. The last rock will decide this one that’s sure to finish late, so be ready to bang on the glass for the winning shot. Too close to call, but I have a feeling that Dubois makes it happen.
- Allendorph – McLaughlin: Allendorph is a tough nut to crack but McLaughlin has been prepping all year for this. Not for the match per se, just prepping in general. They have basements full of fresh water and MREs. When the zombies show up, you’ll want to be near them.
- Anderson – Wainberg: Once mighty Anderson faces off against the rising star that is Wainberg. They’ll keep it close for a few ends but Anderson will slowly pull away. Seems like their explosiveness left with the denim.
- Jansen – Boomer: Rudderless Boomer is looking for a sign that they are on the right path, a divine signal that curling is their calling. That comes this week in the form of a warm handshake and a firm embrace from the Jansen crew. Love is all you need.
- McLellan – Hammes: You heard it here first. Second Hammes win happens now. McLellan, at their most vulnerable, bears their deepest insecurities and gets burned in the process. Fireball has a tendency to do that.
- Lichty – Lickteig: The matchup this week pits Lickteig’s unique brand of malaise era arcade dweller charisma against the slick veneer of Lichty’s coordinated jacket power show in a fight to the death. I hope they wear their Fitbits so we can verify who’s alive when this is all over.
- Lawrence – McGovern: Lawrence has been known to try to use frequent flyer miles to buy handicap points but that won’t fly this week. McGovern has booked a first class trip to Winnerville, population, 4, landing at 10:45. You are now free to move about the sheet.
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The heat is on here in week 13 and I can’t tell you why but the last resort for most of you would be to get over it.
- Haga – McLaughlin: It’s going to be a heartache tonight for someone out there. Have your Mylanta ready because I see a mild upset in the works.
- Rohde – McGovern: Don’t expect some kind of partytown on sheet 7 this week, these two serious teams will play a serious game that will result in a serious winner.
- Long – Lickteig: There are no brakes for Long or Lickteig this week because life in the fast lane does not allow it. We’ll need an extra Brillo pad to scrape what’s left of Long off of the back wall.
- Dubois – Anderson: Anderson may be able to capitalize on an off night for Dubois due to a possible case of smuggler’s blues which is often a byproduct of cross border travel.
- Dveris – Hammes: Dveris should take precautions to avoid lyin’ eyes during the coin flip. Hammes has tasted victory and can do nothing but chase that elusive high at any price.
- Boomer – Moll: One of these nights Boomer will bring it strong. We’ve all seen their potential. Could this be the week they unleash it?
- Lawrence – Lichty: Lawrence has been busy being fabulous while Lichty has been focusing on fundamentals. One can only coast on charm so long.
- McLellan – Wainberg: McLellan, you belong to the city, and with that comes a host of responsibilities. Wainberg knows their way around so this one could be close.
Stay tuned for a chili night update. I should have a good idea on the date after this week’s match so take it easy and good culring.
Happy new year everybody. Hope you all had a safe yet exciting holiday experience. Let’s get back on the ice.
- Dveris – Lichty: A holiday hangover for Dveris lingers and Lichty makes it happen.
- Hammes – Wainberg: Hammes found the gift of curling under the tree this year so eWainberg better watch out.
- Anderson – Moll: A close one no doubt. If Anderson can get the eggnog stains out of their Wednesday bests, they might have a shot. Watch for pine needles falling from the pockets of Moll.
- McLaughlin – Boomer: Boomer needs this, the holidays weren’t so good and a pick-me-up win would really help. McLaughlin on the other hand had the best time ever over the break and the good times should continue.
- Allendorph – Rohde: Both of these teams kept it cool during the break so this competition will be fierce. Rohde spent some time reviewing old video footage of Allendorph and will parlay that into their first win of 2016.
- Haga – Lawrence: Security footage from the club shows that the Lawrence rink never left. They spent the whole break snoozing by the fire downstairs. Haga would be wise to let them sleep up until game time.
- McLellan – Long: Canadian Mist to all and to all Canadian Mist.
- Jansen – Dubois: The Jansen boys have been busy building all their Star Wars Lego sets that they got this year. Dubois would be wise to wear shoes while walking around the house.
I hear there is a secret sub joining Hammes this week but more importantly, it’s time to start thinking about our annual chili night. Who wants to help organize?