Augusta Lynx Leave With Many Questions
Augusta, GA - Tim Branham thought he would be heading to Mississippi this week with teammates too play hockey.
Instead the former captain of the Augusta Lynx The Augusta Lynx are the ECHL team based in Augusta, Georgia. They currently play their home games at the James Brown Arena. They are affiliated with the Anaheim Ducks of the NHL and the Portland Pirates of the AHL. is hitting the road, looking for Looking for
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“Doesn’t seem right does it but that’s the way of the world works I guess I don’t know I guess money was an issue,” he said.
Stunned and sad, players and coaches came by the James Brown
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This is early in the hockey season, but for many, their careers are now in limbo.
“I’ll just start putting my resume me out and look for a job. I mean, everybody has their story…I have a wife and a daughter back there, I’ve got a house, and a car payment, like everybody else,” said Dane Litke, the first year Assistant Coach from North Dakota North Dakota, state in the N central United States. It is bordered by Minnesota, across the Red River of the North (E), South Dakota (S), Montana (W), and the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba (N). .
“The biggest thing is it’s December and it’s getting close to Christmas, and the holidays are not as cheery as they should be,” Said Head Coach John Marks John Marks can refer to:
- John Marks (mayor), the mayor of Tallahassee, Florida
- John Marks (hockey player), a former NHL player for the Chicago Black Hawks
- John Marks (tennis), an Australian tennis player
- John Marks (DJ), Dutch DJ
There is no reason to be jolly around the arena; the team is leaving with 29 home dates remaining. That’s going to be hard on Ovations, the new concessions company, and less work for the crews that take care of the ice for Lynx games.
“You just take it day by day hopefully there will be another league in here, hopefully,” said Bo Degroat who drives the zamboni, the ice resurfacing machine for games.
General Manager Monty Jones Monty Jones of Sierra Leone is a plant breeder who developed NERICA, the New Rices for Africa, a set of high-productivity rices adapted to West Africa's growing conditions. He was named a co-recipient of the 2004 World Food Prize. says it’s too soon to assess if losing the Lynx will mean layoffs, says Global Spectrum. The management company running the complex is going to “go out and aggressively try and fill those dates,”
But right now those dates have packed up and went as the clock runs out on professional hockey in the Garden City.
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|Date:||Dec 3, 2008|
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