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POSTED ON Wednesday, 10.31.2012 / 10:00 AM ET
By Mark Erickson - Special to BlueJackets.com / CBJ Today

NOTE: Mark Erickson is this week's guest blogger on the "CAHL Experience,", and is a Monday night E-league player with the Bdubs Hockey Club. You can follow Mark on Twitter @RedditCBJ, or check out his blog at HashtagCBJ.com.

Sunday night, between 5-6 p.m., everyone gets that feeling.

It's that quasi-sadness when the realization sets in that your weekend is coming to an end. It’ll soon be time for bed and when you wake up, it’s another five straight days of work or school.

Mondays suck. Unless, that is, you happen to play E-League hockey in the Chiller Adult Hockey League (CAHL).

CAHL E-League (or beginner league) hockey plays every Monday night at one of the Chiller locations. Since I started playing ice hockey in April, Mondays have gone from a day of dread to a day of anxious anticipation.

Sometime, around noon, I take my first look at the CAHL’s homepage for players, chillerstats.com, and start researching our opponent. Chillerstats.com is a great tool for players that includes live scores, standings, statistics and schedules.

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