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  1. I'll have to correct you on that. In the current playoff format, as long as we maintain a top 3 spot in the Atlantic Division, we'll still make the playoffs. If it were the old format, then the bold would be the case instead.
  2. It'd be nice to secure home ice advantage if possible, but I agree. The losses have piled up so much teams behind us are closing in on us and fast. Gotta get our asses in gear. EDIT: Actually, we're a nice several points ahead of Florida and Detroit. It's not so bad as I thought, but still, we can't afford to let up.
  3. The 25th Anniversary of RAW. I was curious to see what they had in store for tonight.
  4. Ugh, just a brutal loss. Good thing I chose to tune into RAW instead for the most part.
  5. Night Owls X: TCO's Up In Smoke Tour

    Perhaps @Debaser or someone working in the field of IT can give me some input on this. We've been given a scenario in which we have to come up with an idea as to which direction we'll be going in to undergo a project to overhaul a company's network infrastructure. So here's the rundown: -The company is based out of Halifax, NS (HQ). -A site located in Lunenburg, NS (manufacturing plant) -An empty building in Montague, P.E.I (to be turned into a plant) -A site in Moncton, NB (manufacturing plant) - Finally, a site in Markham, ON (sales office) The company's recent expansion means that it has not had time to ensure that the company's overall network infrastructure and hardware/software are consistent and up-to-date. The Moncton plant has little network infrastructure and will basically need to be upgraded from scratch, while both Montague and Markham sites have nothing. Currently, they have a basic LAN at each of the 3 initial sites (Halifax, Lunenburg, Markham) and a limited WAN linking the 3 sites together. This limited network has several major problems. As well, the company's overall hardware/software environment has several issues, including being outdated. Due to the fact that there are major networking issues in addition to an outdated computer environment means that a major overhaul is needed. In addition, Montague, Moncton, and the Markham sites have to be brought into the company's configuration. The company wants to implement an enterprise-wide network that will solve the current problems, have a modern LAN at each site and an efficient WAN to provide fast data connectivity between all sites. Access to the internet from any site is also a requirement of a new system, as is the online automation of the entire company's network administrative and management functions. A new network must incorporate a number of considerations in its design. For example, the lifespan of the network must be, at least, several years before any major upgrades are expected. The company expects to continue to expand with more users and possibly new sites, so the network must be able to grow without having to be rebuilt. There are several other important considerations, such as security and efficiency. The company needs a new, up-to-date network that will meet its needs now and in the future. Requirements include new hardware and software, several LANS and a WAN, internet access, support for an intranet, etc.
  6. Would've made the GDT the usual way with the graphics, but I'm going to be a little busy this evening.
  7. The Game The Colorado Avalanche will try for their 10th consecutive victory to match the second-longest winning streak in their history when they face the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre on Monday. The Avalanche have held opponents to two goals or fewer seven times during their nine-game run, the longest in the NHL this season. They won nine straight games from Oct. 10-28, 2000 and went on to win the Stanley Cup that season. Their record is a 12-game winning streak from Jan. 10 to Feb. 7, 1999. The Maple Leafs will be without defenseman Morgan Rielly for the second straight game because of an upper-body injury. They are 1-1-3 in their past five games but have points in six of their past seven (3-1-3). Players to watch Avalanche forward Nathan MacKinnon is on a five-game goal streak and has 19 points (eight goals, 11 assists) during a nine-game point streak. He is second in the League with 59 points (23 goals, 36 assists), two behind Tampa Bay Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov. Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Gardiner had three assists in a 4-3 win against the Ottawa Senators on Saturday. He has four in his past two games. They said it "He's been big for us. He's been patient waiting for his opportunity and now with [Semyon]Varlamov going down with a longer injury, he's been outstanding. It's good to see a guy like him have success because he's been a great teammate supporting Varlamov." -- Avalanche coach Jared Bednar on goaltender Jonathan Bernier "They're a fast line and you have to be able to contain MacKinnon's speed, he's one of the fastest players in the League. Just being above the puck is important and not chasing. If you're chasing a guy like that, you're probably not going to catch him." -- Maple Leafs forward Zach Hyman on Colorado's top line Avalanche projected lineup Gabriel Landeskog -- Nathan MacKinnon -- Mikko Rantanen Matt Nieto -- Carl Soderberg -- Blake Comeau Dominic Toninato -- Alexander Kerfoot -- Nail Yakupov Tyson Jost -- J.T. Compher -- Gabriel Bourque Nikita Zadorov -- Erik Johnson Patrik Nemeth -- Mark Barberio Samuel Girard -- Anton Lindholm Jonathan Bernier Andrew Hammond Maple Leafs projected lineup Zach Hyman -- Auston Matthews -- William Nylander Patrick Marleau -- Nazem Kadri -- Leo Komarov James van Riemsdyk -- Tyler Bozak -- Connor Brown Matt Martin -- Frederik Gauthier -- Mitchell Marner Jake Gardiner -- Ron Hainsey Travis Dermott -- Connor Carrick Andreas Borgman -- Roman Polak Frederik Andersen Curtis McElhinney
  8. It was good to savor the fruits of victory, but we've got ourselves a challenge ahead of us tomorrow. We'll be taking on the Avs, who have been on a 9-game winning streak. They were awful last year, but things have turned around for them this season. On top of that, MacKinnon's having a break-out year (glad to see that btw, as I like the guy). Tomorrow, we have a chance to make a statement, and what better opportunity to do so than putting that streak to an end?
  9. Night Owls X: TCO's Up In Smoke Tour

    Vancouver's terrible in that regard. Alberta's not that much better off either. Tennessee though? I like the sound of that. You may even want to take some time to go watch a Preds game live when the Leafs are in town. I know I would.
  10. NFL Thread

    3 times in 4 years the Patriots have made it to the SuperBowl. The Patriots for sure will be the odds on favorite to win.
  11. Highlight of the game: Bringing Ottawa back down to Earth within the span of 6 minutes. It may have been a bittersweet game, but it was damn sure hilarious to see Ottawa disintegrate in the 3rd. In your face Ottawa and Hughson. *Also a Memorex recording*
  12. Matthews doesn't fuck around. When he rallied behind and showed support for Andersen, he damn well meant it. That's what I admire most about him: Not only does he possess the skillset to be an excellent player, but when the team needs support, he's there to back them up all the way.