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  1. Every other year I get playoff tickets and come into town for as many games as I can. This season, I was thinking of trying an extended stay, as my credit card balance from individual stays at the Hilton Garden reached epic proportion in 2009. I figured I could just come and go as necessary and work from the room on off days. Any suggestions as to where I can stay and what the costs would be? Thanks in advance for any ideas! Go Wings!
  2. Haha- Nice, I laughed out loud... breaks the tension.
  3. Haha- Nice, I laughed out loud... breaks the tension.
  4. Of course... we got one, they have to give SJ the PP
  5. Since I live in Denver, obviously I can't go... My email is good for one admission into the sale. First come, first served... stevehoworko at gmail dot com Special Invitation to the Red Wings Game-Worn Jersey Sale With your previously placed deposit towards a 2009-2010 Season Ticket Plan, you are eligible for your first Season Ticket Holder benefit; you will have the opportunity to purchase actual game-worn merchandise of the Detroit Red Wings players! This Friday, June 26, from 8-10 p.m., you are invited to attend the Game-Worn Jersey Sale at Hockeytown Authentics in Troy. This is your unique chance to buy game-worn jerseys from the 2008-09 Western Conference Championship season, discounted game-worn jerseys from previous seasons, Winter Classic practice jerseys, and a limited amount of hockey sticks, gloves, skates, pants, goalie equipment, and more! Just print this invitation for admittance to Hockeytown Authentics on Friday, June 26 from 8-10 p.m. No forwarding or reproduction allowed. Duplicate barcodes will be denied entry. You will be admitted to the Sale on a first come, first serve basis. If you're unable to attend Friday, stop by Hockeytown Authentics Saturday, June 27 from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. when the Game-Worn Jersey Sale opens to the general public. Hockeytown Authentics is located at 1845 Big Beaver Road on the corner of John R in the Troy Sports Center Complex.
  6. Helm shirts at DTW- The Sports Illustrated store...
  7. It was all the video coordinator's fault...
  8. No team played us like the Ducks. At every whistle there was pushing, shoving, cheap shots, cross checks, sticks to the face- you name it. Comparitively, the Anaheim series made the Chicago 5 a walk in the park- they tried to be physicial like the Ducks, but were both more soft and more stupid. So far, the Pens physicality doesn't match Anaheim's. Sorry, after you get hit with the butt-end of a stick to the face, a little thing like the Malkin instigation doesn't send any message. The Ducks are a tough, gritty, deep team with the scorers and a goalie that can steal a game or two... Just like the Wings Thanks to Anaheim for pushing us hard- next time try to do it with a little more class.