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Schedule released. Nothing new to see here, move along.

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Postby WolfKeeper » Thu Jul 11, 2019 8:39 am

Un*fucking*believable.

Oh wait, no it's completely believable.

Fucking Milwaukee gets Laval? I'm going to their home opener.
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Postby nmuwildcat » Thu Jul 11, 2019 5:18 pm

Nine total opponents seen. Sixth least amount of opponents in the league.
(ONT, SJ, STK with 7; BAK, SD with 8 )

Of the 76 total games, 68 games are against divisional opponents. Leads league in divisional games scheduled. Next most are:
RFD 66; MKE, ONT, SJ, STK 64, PRO 62, Six teams tied with 60 divisional games.
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Postby warno » Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:19 am

nmuwildcat wrote:
Of the 76 total games, 68 games are against divisional opponents. Leads league in divisional games scheduled.



And that's one of the reasons I gave up my season tickets. Years and years and years of seeing the division teams over and over and over. I'm all for divisional rivalries but I really don't want to see Milwaukee 5 times a year. Its not like Chicago is tough to get to for teams on either coast. If they're coming out this way anyway, how can they not get a game scheduled at the AA as part of the trip?

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Postby nmuwildcat » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:38 am

warno wrote:If they're coming out this way anyway, how can they not get a game scheduled at the AA as part of the trip?

Because the Wolves would have to fly out East in return?
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Postby Goon1 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:52 pm

nmuwildcat wrote:Nine total opponents seen. Sixth least amount of opponents in the league.
(ONT, SJ, STK with 7; BAK, SD with 8 )


Wow. Talk about a boring schedule and seeing the same team over and over again. Bu then again they do play less total games than the rest of the league.
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Postby warno » Mon Jul 15, 2019 6:45 am

nmuwildcat wrote:
warno wrote:If they're coming out this way anyway, how can they not get a game scheduled at the AA as part of the trip?

Because the Wolves would have to fly out East in return?


Assuming there are east coast fans who feel the way we do where they would like to see the occasional western conference team once in a while, there must be a way where the league can work out some kind of rotation. One trip, 2 or 3 cities?

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