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I don't think I've ever seen that before. lol

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Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2021-22 Training Camp Thread
« on: Today at 04:35:16 PM »
So what is the point?

It's a center that plays for the Lighting.  8)




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If Kampf and co can shut down the Dvorak line (i.e. knock Anderson over, keep Drouin to the perimeter), it's pretty much game over for the Habs. Now I don't feel so bad about our lineup.

Same could be said if they shut down Marner.

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Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2021-22 Training Camp Thread
« on: Today at 12:04:01 PM »
I just looked at his twitter. He follows the Maple Leafs. So either someone didn't do much actual checking or he recently followed them.

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Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2021-22 Training Camp Thread
« on: Yesterday at 06:49:27 PM »
He's 21 years old.


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Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2021-22 Training Camp Thread
« on: Yesterday at 02:36:08 PM »
He was great in the playoffs. I'm not sure one pre-season game means it's time to cut bait.

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Ya, he had a decent game. He'd be absolutely eaten alive by a full team of NHLers though.

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Non-Hockey Chatter / Re: Coronavirus
« on: September 25, 2021, 09:52:26 PM »
I'll preface this by saying I'm vaccinated and will likely get a booster by the end of year.

What's the difference between someone that's vaccinated and someone who had covid and has antibodies?

My rudimentary understanding is that both prompt an antibody response from the immune system.

If that is the case, shouldn't people who have antibodies and who regularly test to make sure they have them, be given some leeway when it comes to vaccine mandates?

Thanks for the clarification.

Pretty good explanation here:
https://www.immunology.org/coronavirus/connect-coronavirus-public-engagement-resources/covid-immunity-natural-infection-vaccine

From what I gather, immunity gained naturally through infection seems to vary, likely due to severity of infection. That is, if you got really sick, you probably have pretty good natural immunity now; but if you only got mildly sick, then your natural immunity is likely lower.

Proper vaccination seems to always produce high level of long-lasting immunity. Seems that the vaccines also provide better protection against variants.

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Clearly, the key to success for Ilya is to skate slower.

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Mikheyev: still super fast.

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Brodie is such a calm defenceman.

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Just a minor observation, but I thought it was interesting that Amber and Friedman were not wearing ties. Definitely a deliberate choice. I like it.

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Nylander looks like he's playing against teenagers.

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Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2021-22 Training Camp Thread
« on: September 25, 2021, 05:23:13 PM »
Why Tavares be motivated by that?

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