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  1. #21
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    Oh nooooooooooooooooo
    No "Beautyful Joey" as we called him, anymore at the Nebelhorn-Trophy!

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    Awww - this makes me so glad that he got to go to World's this year! Congratulations on and thank you for your wonderful skating Joey!

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    It was a very sweet statement, and kudos to him for starting with the volunteers.

    He skated his way to the podium and participated at Worlds. That is a great way to end a career, and I wish him luck and happiness with whatever he does next.
    "The team doesn't get automatic capacity because management is mad" -- Greg Smith, agile guy

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    What a classy young man.
    I will miss him.

  5. #25
    Let's go Anacode!!!
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    I was saddened to read of his retirement....but am excited for all of his accomplishments over the years. He has definitely represented Newfoundland and Labrador very well throughout his career. I feel like I have watched him grow up over the years since first seeing him skate live as a junior in 2005. It has been a pleasure to cheer him on all these years

    I was actually wondering if he was going to skate on a cruise ship.
    Don't cry because its over...smile because it happened.

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    A classy thank you from a classy young man. All the best Joey as you aspire to new goals!

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    A heartfelt good-bye. And it is nice to know he is retiring on a high note and has no regrets about his placement at worlds.

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    That was satisfying to the heart. He celebratred his roots and gave thanks so genuinely.

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