Mike Brown

  • joined Nov 04, 2009
  • last login Mar 08, 2010
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I am a huge hockey fan that played as a kid and watched the NY Rangers religiously. I have become a huge Blue Jackets fan due to the fact of living in Syracuse NY and following the Syracuse Crunch since the 97-98 season. The Crunch came to town in 94-95 but I was not interested in going to the games at all as I thought minor league sports were a joke. I finally made a game as my father needed someone to go with him one night as my mother got sick and that was all it took (instant addict). The Blue Jackets took over two years later and have not missed many games since. Needless to say I am still a Ranger fan but the Jackets are now my team. Some might call me as a traitor because of it but when I put my heart and soul into players like Brassard, Murray, Dorsett, Blunden, Mason, Methot, Russell, Filatov, and MacKenzie thst now play in the NHL for the Jackets it is only normal to become a die hard fan.

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  • NCAAB Syracuse Orange
  • NHL Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NASCAR Dale Earnhardt sr.
  • MMA Brock Lesnar
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Crunch Continue Their Roller Coaster Season

Sorry that it has been a couple weeks since my last report but things got a little crazy leading up to and through the holidays, but I will update the last five games the Crunch have played.I would...

Crunch Continue To Struggle On The Road

Friday the Crunch welcomed back Stefan Legein and the Adirondack Phantoms for the first time since the trade. The first goal was a 190 foot shot from Grant Clitsome that somehow went in. It was the...

Mirabitos Outdoor Classic

As most have heard on February 20th the Syracuse Crunch will hold the first ever outdoor game at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse NY against the Binghamton Senators. Crunch owner Howard...

Lots Of Changes For The Crunch

The Crunch only had two games this weekend with a home and home against the Binghamton Senators. Friday I was out of town so did not get to watch or listen to the game in Binghamton but with a 5-0...

Crunch Showing Signs of Life

The Syracuse Crunch played 4 games in 5 days which I, along with many other fans hate but this happens a lot in the AHL. The good thing is they pulled out 2 wins in this stretch and also had back...

Crunch May Have Found the Winning Formula

The week started Wednesday in Albany against the River Rats where the defense seemingly forgot to make the trip allowing 44 shots on goal. Kevin Lalande made 39 saves. The Crunch lost this one 5-2...

Crunch Still Trying to Discover Themselves

The week started at home hosting the Albany River Rats. The first two periods had little effort from the Crunch with Dan Fritsche posting the lone goal for the Crunch on a no-look shot that found...

Syracuse Crunch to play in the first ever AHL outdoor game!

Although not officially announced the Syracuse Crunch will play the Binghamton Senators in the first AHL game held outdoors at the New York State Fairgrounds on February 20th. This has been in the...

One step forward two steps back for the Crunch

This is becoming a disturbing trend this season for the Crunch. They played two games this weekend with the first in Rochester against the AHL leading Americans. Going by the radio coverage it was...

New Weekly Crunch Blogs

   First off I would like to say hello and look forward to keeping everyone up to speed on the Blue Jackets' AHL affiliate- the Syracuse Crunch. Mike MacLean asked me if I would be interested as...

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