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AVOID THIS COMPANY IF YOU HAVE A LARGE SLIDING GLASS DOOR. I called Sliding Door Roller Replacement, Inc. based on the reviews I read. After scheduling an appointment, the representative concluded the call saying 'we don't cover glass breaks if you close the door too hard' (giving me the impression that the new rollers would be incredible). On the day of the appointment, two guys came and disassembled the sliding door (took about an hour). When they were done, there was a slight improvement in performance. Personally, I don't believe they put on the right rollers based on the size and weight of the slider (8'H x 4'W). It's been over a year since the installation, and honestly the door OPERATES WORSE than it did before I called Sliding Door Roller Replacement, Inc. Given their name, you would think they would be experts on sliding door roller replacement. If you have a large sliding glass door, you'll want to HIRE A PROFESSIONAL company that understands the correct roller replacement for a larger slider. I did end up calling the company to see what could be done. Unfortunately for me I was one-month past the warranty. They did offer $25 refund, but really all I want is m

Pros: Communication, punctuality.

Cons: Didn't solve sliding glass door roller problem.

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Scott Thomas Photography Could the Syracuse Crunch head coach finally be in line for a NHL gig? Benoit Groulx has been the head coach of the Syracuse Crunch, the Tampa Bay Lightning’s AHL affiliate since the 2016-17 season. In those five seasons he’s coached 322 games with a record of 180-100-42 and taken the Crunch to the playoffs every season there has been a postseason highlighted by a trip to the Calder Cup Finals in his very first year. That’s a pretty impressive run at any level, but even more so considering the constant turnover AHL teams go through as they develop prospects for their NHL partners. Groulx and his coaching staff have played a key role in preparing Lightning prospects for their eventual call-ups to the NHL. Mathieu Joseph, Mitchell Stephens, Anthony Cirelli, Cal Foote, Erik Cernak, and Ross Colton all began their professional careers under the tutelage of Groulx. The fact that they were all able to jump into Tampa Bay’s line-up and hold their own for the most part is testament to his coaching skills. So it was just a matter of time until other organizations came calling. According to Lindsey Kramer from, Groulx interviewed for the open head coach position in Arizona. Kramer based his report on a post by Craig Morgan, who runs the Arizona Insider site (subscription required), detailing who the Coyotes had reportedly interviewed to replace the departed Rick Tocchet. Groulx did not return a call from Kramer so at this point it can be considered an unconfirmed report, but Joe Smith of The Athletic is also reporting it so there is likely some fire to all of this smoke. It’s honestly surprising that Groulx hasn’t received more interest from around the league based off of the success he’s had in Syracuse. He has interviewed for at least one open coaching job in the recent past, but for which team that was is a mystery. While he did just re-sign a three-year contract with the Crunch last month, there is likely an out clause if a NHL job is offered to him. As important as he has been to the development of the young players in the organization, the Lightning aren’t likely to deny him the chance to pursue what has to be a dream opportunity. Groulx has professed his love for the organization and would be happy to stay, but the chance to coach a NHL team doesn’t come along that often and if he’s offered the chance, he should take it. Arizona would be an interesting destination as he would be working with a team that has a mix of veteran talent and youth. It would be a good opportunity for him to instill his style of play - aggressive forechecking and face-paced play - on a team that could benefit from a change of styles. In Syracuse he has leaned on his veteran players as an additional resource for the younger players, he’s often had a “leadership team” in the locker room that helps the rookies and youngsters get used to professional hockey. It would be interesting to see if that’s something he would continue in the NHL. He also has held his players accountable for their performance on the ice, whether it’s in games or in practices. Groulx hasn’t been adverse to scratching players, even his best ones, from games if they aren’t abiding by the system he has installed. While he does like his players to have an offense-first mindset, he expects them to play reasonably on defense as well. He had no problem bumping forwards down to the fourth line or putting them on the penalty kill in order to help develop their defensive skills. His departure would leave a void in the Lightning’s organization as he would likely take most, if not all, of his assistants with him. The Crunch could fill from within (Jeff Halpern would be my number one choice) in order to maintain some sort of continuity within the franchise. There is a good chance that Groulx stays with the Crunch, after all it seems to take three or four interviews before non-retread coaches finally get a shot at the NHL. Still, he’s eventually going to get a shot at the NHL, a shot he most certainly deserves. Lightning Links It took the Islanders basically playing a perfect game and the Lightning fumbling the puck around in order for New York to take Game One. While unforced errors are never fun. there is no reason to panic just yet according to Matt. One of the keys to last season’s successful Stanley Cup run was the offense provided from the blue line. Remember those glorious moments when Victor Hedman went into Beast Mode and skated circles around folks? Those were good times. This season has been a different story as the blueline has scored exactly 0 goals so far. Eduardo Encina takes a look at what’s going on with the defense’s lack of offense. Good Guy Mikhail Sergachev I will cry wtf— Em ?? (@nhlpoint) June 14, 2021 Congrats to the Colemans! Perhaps another Baby Coleman in the Stanley Cup photo is in the future? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Blake Coleman (@bcoles25) Hockey Highlights A really cool move by the AHL as they named the head athletic trainers of all of the franchises as their Yanick Dupre Memorial Award for their contributions to their local communities. The league recognized the extraordinary efforts the training staffs went through in dealing with the COVID protocols in addition to their usual work of keeping the players healthy and ready to play. Brad Chavis was recognized for the Syracuse Crunch. As for the NHL’s version of a similar award, the King Clancy Memorial Trophy was awarded to Nashville’s Pekka Rinne. San Jose’s Kurtis Gabriel and New Jersey’s P.K. Subban were the other two finalists. Head Coach alert! One gig it doesn’t look like Ben Groulx will be getting is the New York Rangers job. Former Bolt Gerard Gallant is reportedly heading to the Big Apple to become their new head coach. Gallant has had successful, if short, tenures behind the bench in Florida and Vegas (and a so-so record in Columbus). Now he’ll be responsible for returning the Rangers to glory. Good luck with that.
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Great park for hanging out with a nice paved pathway for skating or running.

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Shake Shack is incredible and I am so glad they have finally come to Tampa! Great burgers and awesome cheese fries. Definitely check it out if you get the chance.

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King of the Coop - Wesley Chapel
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King of the Coop has possibly the best Chicken sandwich I have ever had. The seasoning options are all amazing, Midway and Nashville Hot are my favorites, and they give you so much food!

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Beef 'O' Brady's | Land O Lakes
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Beef O Brady's is a great sports bar to grab some food and watch a game. We used to go here after every game in High School and I still try to get out for any Tampa games!

Pros: Great Food Plenty of TV's

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Kobe Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar
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Nestled in an unassuming strip mall, Kobe serves up some incredible flavors. My wife and I split the trio and still had more than enough for leftovers. Tadashi, you're an amazing chef! Pro tip: spring for the Filet, extra $5 well worth it.

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No Housewives Bakery? Pretty weak list.

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6701 N Florida Ave, Tampa FL, 33604
Happy Hour Monday-Thursday 2pm-5pm
BOGO Free 1 scoop, 2 scoop, 3 scoop! $1 off Milkshakes and Floats
6283 W Waters Ave, Tampa Fl, 33634
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