Take a look at my posts? I commented when I was writing that "the guy that said..." and this person" I wasn't going to go back and find every name.....
There were about five different threads that you are the first one to reply to something I say...hince my sarchasim everytime you say something....I was having fun with it..... going back to the "how cute everyone is with Hudler" comments....
BUT NOW....what you've said is too much....that is just uncalled for...
and for the other's I wrote it that big because I knew exactly who he was talking to........and I was right, he said it himself.....
How would you like someone that you don't know saying crap like that to your wife....it's called sexual harrasment
On behalf of the rational females on this board, please, I beg of you:
a) Put him on ignore and be done with it.
b) Take a Midol.
The choice is yours.
Back on topic...
I will miss Hudler's antics- the clucks, the "let's go Red Vings", the funny interviews. He has been enjoyable to watch.
Unfortunately, these are merely bonuses. The true worth of a player is what he does on the ice, for what price, and how much his particular skill set is needed to mesh with his teammates.
Hudler seems to score more with limited minutes, making him a good choice for the third or fourth line, but he lacks the size needed to be a true checking line kind of guy. He does battle and I give him credit for that, but others do it better.
At his RFA salary, he was fine, but with the cap what it is, I'm afraid there are cheaper options that will fill his skates.
This is not to say that I don't want him back if the price is right, just that if he is looking for more than we can afford (which I believe will be the case), he is more easily replaced than many on the team.
I appreciate all that he's done here, and I like him as a personality, but if push comes to shove, I'd rather see someone who can fill either a top-six or bottom-six spot and do it well. Hudler is kind of a half-breed who doesn't quite fulfill the obligations of either.
All the same, I wish him all the best and I hope he finds somewhere that he is Happy.