Home Ice? | David Magazine

So nice to see my old buddy Skids writing again. This time he’s taking on the idea of a major league sports franchise in the Las Vegas Valley. You should give it a read.

“A Hockey Fan Balances Loyalty to His Hometown Team With a Growing Excitement for the Arrival of the Vegas Golden Knights”

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5 thoughts on “Home Ice? | David Magazine

  1. Love it when Skids writes. He’s just ‘there’ Great article. Love you.

    On Sun, Mar 5, 2017 at 11:01 PM, Getting the Hang of Thursdays wrote:

    > captainjaq posted: “So nice to see my old buddy Skids writing again. This > time he’s taking on the idea of a major league sports franchise in the Las > Vegas Valley. You should give it a read. “A Hockey Fan Balances Loyalty to > His Hometown Team With a Growing Excitement for ” >

  2. AAron

    “there needs to be at least two days a year, when the teams play each other, that they hate each other”

    Hah! Skids doesn’t stand a chance against August.

  3. Pingback: Skids Poppe | Getting the Hang of Thursdays

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