Reader poll: the weekend that was

I fired off this poll during Sunday night’s live blog (which included esteemed guests Gregg Drinnan, Andy Kemper and Jon Rosen), and I figured it was one that deserved to go out to a wider audience.

Everett went 2-1 over the weekend, winning 5-2 at home against Tri-City, 3-2 in overtime at home against Chilliwack, and losing 3-1 at Kamloops. Prior to that Everett lost 11 of its previous 13, though that’s a little deceiving as four of those losses came on OT or a shootout.

So what’s your take on Everett’s weekend?

Are you satisfied with the Tips earning four of a possible six points the past weekend?Market Research

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