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are kids today taller than our (your) generation?

 

I go to my nieces basketball games, she is in high school, the kids seem larger today than in my day, tons of kids well over 6 feet tall...still some shrimps but generally speaking, kids seem taller today....

 

is this old news and I am just figuring this out?

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Back in the 80's the two biggest guys in the NHL were Tim Kerr and Clark Gilles.

I think Kerr was 6'-2" 225 lbs. and Gilles was a little bigger.

Today every team has 3 guys that size and bigger.

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Back in the 80's the two biggest guys in the NHL were Tim Kerr and Clark Gilles.

I think Kerr was 6'-2" 225 lbs. and Gilles was a little bigger.

Today every team has 3 guys that size and bigger.

 

He wasn't asking about canadiens.

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read the other day, not sure if its true or not, that men have the lowest sperm count in recorded history, due to hormones in milk...

 

I wish I could lower my sperm count :freak:

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I wish I could lower my sperm count :freak:

 

you and me both, woman at work is trying to get pregnant, girl that works for me says to her "just shake Brians hand"

 

i laughed my ass off....

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i find it hard to believe that the two biggest guys in the NHL, in the 80's, were that size.....that cant be true...maybe the 50's, but the 80's?

 

 

I agree - here is one off the top of my head . . . where is Toad?

 

"Larry Robinson played Junior 'A' hockey with the Brockville Braves of the CJHL and Juniors with the Kitchener Rangers then turned professional, spending 1971 to 1973 with the Nova Scotia Voyageurs of the American Hockey League before making it to the National Hockey League with the Montreal Canadiens.

 

Nicknamed "Big Bird" for his blond hair and size (6'4" and 225 pounds), Robinson was a big and strong defenceman yet highly mobile. He played 17 seasons for the Montreal Canadiens and another three seasons for the Los Angeles Kings, until his retirement after the 1992 season."

 

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