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Interesting. That must mean he lives close to Port Huron. I wonder where.
But not St. Clair Shores, right? The other one, by Port Huron.
IIRC, he lives in St. Clair. Michigan, not New Hampshire.
Thank you, Denicos.
Yooper here, he used to mention nmu and Dallas drake every game. He is always talking about the college guys. He obviously brings up Maine a lot as well.
Why? How would he get to more than 1 game a year with how much announcing he does?
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I've never lived there but heard on the Internet that he lives in St. Clair. You and I both know if its on the Internet it must be true. Bonjour.
I believe his family uses them and he gets to as many games as possible. One of my buddies (a fellow Spartan) is his rep, so I can confirm that he is a ST holder.
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No, Michigan St. in Claire, WI
My sources are telling me that he's a DRW season ticket holder.
I think it Doc way of showing what kind of bakcground layers have in American hockey and maybe a way getting college hokcey to grow as well.
I really don't follow hockey very much, but I do think hockey announcers are some of the best I've heard. They all seem to be hockey only guys that have a passion for the game.
Pierre gave MSU major props today in the Bruins game b/c of Krug.
Vim -- noun: robust energy and enthusiasm : VITALITY
The funny thing is when people claim that Emrick has an anti-Wings bias. It's so stupid.
Also, I'm pretty sure he lives in a condo right next to the St. Clair Country Club.
Is that in Michigan?
Ok, well that makes sense.
As a Bruins fan who was concerned about our D after the Game 7 injury I'm thrilled with how Krug has played. He has been solid on D and of course scored in both games. Awesome to see.
If you're looking for a tie, Doc was at Bowling Green (working on his PhD, hence the nickname) while Ron Mason was coaching there,
I've crossed paths with Doc twice. The first time was in Ann Arbor during the fall of 2004. He was calling the MSU at Michigan game for TV, and we chatted while walking with my daughter, who works about half of the games with me, to the locker room for a pregame interview. Then he was in S.Bend last fall for our game against Notre Dame. He was standing on the bench talking with some folks when I came around the corner. He held out his hand to me and said "It's great to see you again, Scott!"
Ok, he does his homework. Knew that I'd been with the team for a while and had looked up my name. Then he shocked the hell out of me when he asked, "Does your daughter still work the games with you?"
Doesn't surprise me that he remembers where everybody went to college! Plus, with his educational background (3 college degrees) it would make sense that he points out the players who followed that route,
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Holy shit - Scott Moore is on the board. You should give us some shout outs during your radio calls.
Krug is the only member of the bruins who shouldn't die in a fiery bus crash. Where is tim thomas these days? Doing male porn?
Techinically, he's a member of the New York Islanders. In reality, who knows.
Okay, cool story bro time. As a kid, I met Doc at a skate with the Devils event at the team's first practice facility. I believe it was the team's first year in existence and they were trying to drum up fan support. I got to meet just about every player on the team while skating around, but the person I spent the most time with by far was Doc, once I found out that he was the announcer. He was incredibly kind to me, an 11 or so year old kid who had dreams of broadcasting. I've always been very happy for him with the way his career took off from there.
Are you nuts? He doesn't want to admit he knows us.
I'm pretty sure there's one in New Hampshire, but I think the one he's talking about is in Michigan. There, or Wisconsin.
He lives in St Clair, I believe.
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