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The fact that it is EVEN WORSE than Rock the Red is only mitigated by the fact that it is a minor league affiliate and not the big club. Still, it is really uncomfortable to watch people make complete asses of themselves.

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@Bertmega

ya know that old proverb about something viewed can never be unseen...GOOD GOD, MAN! I don't even want to know who took that, why it was taken, and why the hell it was posted...and for that matter, what in the heck you were looking for when you found that!!!! :blink:

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I actually thought this was hilarious! Hahahahahaha, its a joke... made me laugh anyways! What characters.You know these guys have chemistry when they do this kind of stuff. Good job guys.

LOL, that's a good point. If you can be that goofy with each other and put it out in public, you're pretty damn comfortable ;)

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This clip was created for Phantoms 1980s Night, which was on Nov. 25. It was a celebration of the hair bands that visited the Glens Falls Civic Center, and a time when hockey was apparently played without goaltenders (based on the stats we've seen).

Number 19 in your programs, and now No. 1 in your hearts, is center Luke Pither(notes), who may or may not be channeling Thomas Jane from "Boogie Nights."

"The guys were great. Luke Pither was the star of the video. We went to him and asked him who he thought would work best," said Matt Valinski, director of marketing.

He drafted forward Jason Akeson(notes), defenseman Kevin Marshall(notes) and forward Tye McGinn(notes) for the shoot. Valinski said all of them took to it well, and needed little choreography. "For a lot of the dancing, the guys would say 'Alright, you just want me looking at the camera and moving, right?'" he said.

Kevin Marshall (No. 4), called up to the Flyers in the wake of Chris Pronger's(notes) injury, seems to have mastered the sensual sway of Robert Palmer's overly made-up backup band; yet, at the end, he's gone all Wham! on us.

Then there's the scene in which the players attempt to outrun a space-time warp tunnel and then disappear. Which is actually how waivers work.

The scene with the tumbling dice and the players running in place? Inspired by the classic Starship video, according to Valinski: "In the actual video, for reasons unknown to me, there are people being run down by a giant pair of dice."

Oh yeah, about that 1980s-style Whitesnake move with the girl on the hood of the car? Turns out their mascot has that covered:

[CLICK HERE TO WATCH]

Thanks to Phantoms for giving the world this video. You may not be the Belfast Giants. But the Belfast Giants also didn't have such amazing special effects. (My god, his head has descended from the ceiling, where he was no doubt dancing!)

The big question: Will there be a holiday offering from the Phantoms?

"We are planning on doing a Christmas video," said Valinski.

http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/blog/puck_daddy/post/Video-Adirondack-Phantoms-8216-Built-This-82?urn=nhl-wp18474

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@delcofan

Winner, Winner Chicken dinner!!!!

That was my catch phrase for umm, well, starts with a Q and ends with an F. Anyhow, I thought it would be too much to put as my signature in the English Alphabet , so I figured if it were in Square Script I could probably get away with it.

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