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  1. I have to go Lions. 0-16 last year, 0-24 on the road the first 3 years under than man who's name should not be mentioned, 1 playoff win in forever, blah blah blah. That being said: GO LIONS!
  2. Not sure but this is nice: Detroit was given the name "City of Champions" in the 1930s, for a series of successes both in individual and in team sport. Gar Wood (a native Detroiter) won the Harmsworth Trophy for unlimited powerboat racing on the Detroit River in 1931. In the Next year, 1932, Eddie "the Midnight Express" Tolan, a black student from Detroit's Cass Technical High School, won the 100- and 200-meter races and two gold medals at the 1932 Summer Olympics. Joe Louis won the heavyweight championship of the world in 1937. Detroit Lions won the National Football League championship in 1935. The Detroit Tigers won the American League pennant in 1934 and again in 1935, subsequently bagging the World Series in 1935, defeating the Chicago Cubs. The Detroit Red Wings won the National Hockey League's Stanley Cup in 1936 & 1937.
  3. Coming to NBC this fall: The Wings win again!!?? Shazbot!
  4. Only because I keep seeing the ad every time I come here.
  5. Domination.
  6. The Red Wings should release Osgood. All he does is win Stanley Cups.
  7. esteef wasn't questioning it as a misspelling, rather just making light of the fact that you spelled it using the Queens English. Nothing wrong with that, he was just having fun.
  8. 5-1 series?
  9. It's the old "It's not what they did, but what we didn't do" excuse.
  10. Some interesting choices here...
  11. GDT