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Jammer
Equipment Manager for Clarkson University Golden Knights Men's Ice Hockey Former USHLer & NAHLer
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Jammer 8h
Replying to @Slayruns33
We win when it matters
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Jammer 11h
Replying to @Slayruns33
What does that mean
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Jammer 12h
Replying to @Slayruns33
Cause you bully me in real life!!!
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Jammer 12h
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Jammer Jul 15
Replying to @brickhousee11
Hmmmmm
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Jammer Jul 15
Replying to @T_Bow83
That’s a lot of goalies
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Jammer Jul 14
Replying to @mandykewer
Aggressive
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Jammer Jul 13
Replying to @TimmyPrice_
Inflation
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Jammer Jul 13
And that’s a wrap from the U16s camp. It was a great week working with Thank you for the opportunity.
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Jammer Jul 13
Congrats I’m very proud of you!!!
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USA Hockey Jul 12
A little note of appreciation for the hardworking equipment staff at the Boys Select 16 .
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Jammer Jul 12
Replying to @EQLife11
It’s Union (not the college) job
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Jammer Jul 12
The new pad has been poured
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Jammer Jul 6
Replying to @GeorgieTank
Susan almost crushed everything in that photo. Apparently horses can stop on a dime! When they want to
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Jammer Jul 6
North Country traffic jam
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Jammer Jul 4
Happy 4th of July 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
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Jammer Jul 3
Nice fort building boxes
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Jammer Jul 3
Replying to @RobGagneEqMgr
Couldn’t agree more
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Jammer Jul 3
Basically this is what I’ve been dealing with for the last 4/5 years I’ve been on the East Coast
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St. Louis Blues 🏆 Jul 2
Craig Berube, who has First Nation roots and grew up in Calahoo, AB, is played The Honor Song, which has been handed down from generation to generation for the last 100 years. The song honors someone that has done something to enhance First Nation culture.
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