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#1 Cody73


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Posted 07 November 2012 - 05:57 PM

Hey everybody! My name is Cody and I'm a huge NHL follower, as well as the Leafs (one of my 4 teams). I bet there are some guys who like to dabble in graphic design or just fiddling around on paint and try to make Hockey Concepts. I do, and it's a bunch of fun! Here's some of my work (Yes, they are AHL jerseys, but I do make NHL ones as well). What do you guys think about my stuff?Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image

In the last game against Detroit, the time from ten minutes left to one minute left was probably the longest nine minutes of my life. But from one to zero was probably the greatest time I've ever had. I didn't want the clock to run out. It was such a great feeling: people crying in the stands, people jumping up and down, people cheering. Guys couldn't even sit up on the bench. It was probably the best minute of my life.


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