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Started by herman, August 24, 2016, 09:00:29 AM
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QuoteThe Brampton Beast, ECHL affiliate of the St. John's IceCaps and Montreal Canadiens, are all but assured a successful 2016-17 ECHL season thanks to a timely 'blessing' from one of pop culture's most visionary figures.Brandon Christopher McCartney, also known as Lil B, "The BasedGod", is a multi-talented rapper, record producer, author and motivational speaker based out of Berkeley, California.Lil B is not only known as a pioneer in hip-hop music, he has proven to possess the enchanted ability to bestow success upon professional sports franchises by offering up his 'blessing'.Mr. B's success rate is uncanny; as he is credited for the success of Canada's own Toronto Blue Jays ahead of their momentous win over the Texas Rangers in Game Three of the ALDS in October, 2015, among other large scale successes in professional sport.On Monday, August 22, The BasedGod decided to extend his reach in professional sport to the ECHL for the first time ever, and chose to 'bless' the Brampton Beast ahead of their third ECHL season.The 'blessing' may very well mean a Kelly Cup Championship is in the cards for the Beast for the upcoming 2016-17 season. As Canada's only ECHL franchise, the Beast have chosen to embody the giving nature that Canadians are known to uphold and have offered to extend an olive branch to their ECHL competitors who now fear playing against the Brampton Beast.[...]The Beast would like to offer our ECHL competitors the opportunity to forfeit their scheduled contests against the Beast organization in an effort get a head start on the 2017-18 ECHL season.[...]Please submit your admitted defeat via the online form found below.
Quote from: Heroic Shrimp on August 24, 2016, 10:29:35 AMOh, but you didn't post the responses from the other teams!
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