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11:00am


Scrimmage takes place. Today was a com- petitive day as the Black team pulled off a 4-1 win.


11:30am


As the game ends, we do some condition skating for about 20 minutes. Part of the conditioning is doing 25-second laps and then resting while the other half of the group goes. These are extremely tiring but definitely get you in shape.


Noon


Back to the locker room for flush rides, cold tubs, stretching or anything else need- ed for recovering.


12:30pm


It’s time to hit the weight room. Today is my day to do bench press, roughly 300 pounds (just kidding!).


1:00pm


We shower and head to the parking lot, sign a few autographs and make our way back to the hotel.


1:30pm


I naturally forgot to eat at the rink as Jason Blake and Matt Beleskey brought lunch, so I went to Quizno’s and ate a large sand- wich.


2:30pm


The next couple of hours involve me just trying not to fall asleep, so I sat up and watched my poor Vikings get beat by the Dolphins.


4:00pm


As Favre continues to struggle, I take this time to talk to some friends and family.


4:30pm A few teammates and I decide to go to the Garden Walk area in Anaheim.


8:00pm


It was video game heaven for us so Beleskey, Chipchura, Bordson and I decid- ed to have a tournament to see who the best videogamer was. After a rigorous round robin tournament, I made the finals against “Ski” (Beleskey).


9:30pm


In the Championship, Beleskey got out to an early lead, but my offense took over late and I edged him 3-2 to win it all! Needless to say, I was thrilled.


10:00pm


I went to bed soon after, with the sweet taste of victory on my mind. Overall, a GREAT DAY!!! #


Ducks Digest 67 5:00pm


After looking around a few stores, we decide to eat at Cheesecake Factory. The menu had enough choices on it to make my head spin! I finally decided to go with the Fettucini Alfredo.


6:30pm


We went back to the hotel where Beleskey hooked up an overhead projector and set up the NHL 2011 video game on PS3. The screen was basically as big as the wall in his room.


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