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who will be not dressed once sam is back ?

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i hope not huds but i'm thinking it will be him.

what do you all think

The opposition.

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The opposition.

That's horrible. :lol: But I doubt Samuelsson's 12 SOG/game will add more than a goal every 4-5 games.

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That's horrible. :lol: But I doubt Samuelsson's 12 SOG/game will add more than a goal every 4-5 games.

Sammy had around .66 ppg before injury. Mind you, this was when we were not scoring at all. I think he has the potential to come near .8 ppg with our improved lineup, provided that he can get back up to speed.

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i say move lang for 1st or 2nd draft picks to make up for loosing picks and keep hudler. as soon as he gets ice he will be a force. i really would hate to see him leave.

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i say move lang for 1st or 2nd draft picks to make up for loosing picks and keep hudler. as soon as he gets ice he will be a force. i really would hate to see him leave.

Dude.. the trade deadline was today. We can no longer move anybody.

EDIT: If you were referring to next season, Lang is a UFA after this postseason.

Edited by Crymson

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Hope Sammy can score. It would be great to roll 4 lines almost evenly. Put Sammy, Flip and Hudler or Cleary on the 4th line.

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Langfeld.

Definitely Langfeld.

And when/if Bertuzzi plays, I imagine Hudler will be used for depth. And oh what depth Detroit will have. Quite a change from last week when it looked like he could reasonably fill put the 2nd line.

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Here's NFM's prediction:

Kopecky is done for the season.

When Cleary and Samuelsson return, that means Langfeld and one other has to go. With how impressive Filppula has been all season (and last night for that matter), now doubt he'll get the nod over Hudler. That being said, If someone take a sh*t-dive, the Wings are in great shape to bring in a hungry Hudler.

When everyone gets back and Bert starts playing, this team should be rockin!

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Hudler isn't tough nor bug but he can play with teeth. if you watched Philly game where Wings were gooned endlessly, Jiri was quite fine despite his small frame.

I hope he stays. he's been good on that 4th line with Flip

my money goes for Langfeld as the odd man out. but this assuming Franzen goes on their line to add some bulk to this combination

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I figure Flip and Hudler will battle it out for the last spot, but Flip will probably get more playing time cuz he plays better defense. It's really not a slight on Hudler, but teams generally go with more experienced players in the playoffs. He will get playing time next year.

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Langfield and Hudler

very nice avatar, and salvia + red wings, sounds like an interesting mix. salvia+tool=pwn

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The lines could look like this:

LW Datsyuk C Zetterberg RW Holmstrom

LW Calder C Lang RW Bertuzzi

LW Maltby C Draper RW Franzen

LW Cleary C Filppula RW Samuelsson

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The lines could look like this:

LW Datsyuk C Zetterberg RW Holmstrom

LW Calder C Lang RW Bertuzzi

LW Maltby C Drapr RW Franzen

LW Cleary C Filppula RW Samuelsson

i think so too, good bye yuri, its to bad

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