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10/9 GDT: Red Wings 3 at Blackhawks 2


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Posted 10 October 2010 - 10:54 AM

Yeah, Kopecky is still a total idiot out there.

He belongs on the 3rd line, not on the 1st.


Correct, however when they play the Wings it's best they play him on the first line. Won't matter which line he's on if Turdco in in goal.......

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 11:57 AM

It's fun watching Blackhawks fans everywhere suddenly begin backpedaling and coming up with excuses (and out right insults towards the Wings and towards the city of Detroit), whereas they were ebulliently and arrogantly confident before the game.

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 12:11 PM

It's fun watching Blackhawks fans everywhere suddenly begin backpedaling and coming up with excuses (and out right insults towards the Wings and towards the city of Detroit), whereas they were ebulliently and arrogantly confident before the game.

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 12:43 PM

I have to say, Turco has been one of my favorite players over the years.

At least when the Wings are playing him. :D

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 12:57 PM

It's fun watching Blackhawks fans everywhere suddenly begin backpedaling and coming up with excuses (and out right insults towards the Wings and towards the city of Detroit), whereas they were ebulliently and arrogantly confident before the game.



I concur. Also, nice usage of the word "ebulliently".



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It's a good word. Means "zestfully enthusiastic".

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 01:12 PM

I thought the Wings played like s*** for most of the game, but the better team still won. Also Ozzy played great I hope he keeps it up!
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Posted 10 October 2010 - 01:13 PM

I concur. Also, nice usage of the world "ebulliently".






It's a good word. Means "zestfully enthusiastic".

Cool thanks. For a second there I thought he was just trying to impress us with big wurdz.

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 02:29 PM

Wings got the win, and for that I'm happy for, especially on a back to back night, but anyone who is claiming we "outplayed chicago badly", is delusional. The last two goals for the wings were some of the flukiest ones ive seen the past few years. Not saying our boys didn't deserve the win, but if Osgood wasn't great for a few 2-3 minute stanzas, this easily could have gone completely the other way.



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Posted 10 October 2010 - 02:41 PM

It's fun watching Blackhawks fans everywhere suddenly begin backpedaling and coming up with excuses (and out right insults towards the Wings and towards the city of Detroit), whereas they were ebulliently and arrogantly confident before the game.



Almost as funny as how you group whole groups of fans based off the actions of some. Or almost as funny as your continued attempt to impress people you will never meet online with an obviously dubbed up vocabulary.

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 03:25 PM

Wings got the win, and for that I'm happy for, especially on a back to back night, but anyone who is claiming we "outplayed chicago badly", is delusional. The last two goals for the wings were some of the flukiest ones ive seen the past few years. Not saying our boys didn't deserve the win, but if Osgood wasn't great for a few 2-3 minute stanzas, this easily could have gone completely the other way.


Osgood was consistent, not great. There were no times where I thought he downright saved a goal.

It was an up and down game for the most part, but because of Turco (a goaltender Chicago is going to be stuck with all year) the team lost out on a point.

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 03:32 PM

Osgood was consistent, not great. There were no times where I thought he downright saved a goal.

It was an up and down game for the most part, but because of Turco (a goaltender Chicago is going to be stuck with all year) the team lost out on a point.


But CORE!!!!!!

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 03:45 PM

The last two goals for the wings were some of the flukiest ones ive seen the past few years.

Bert's goal didn't strike me as a fluke at all. That seemed to be exactly what Stuart wanted to do.

Not saying our boys didn't deserve the win, but if Osgood wasn't great for a few 2-3 minute stanzas, this easily could have gone completely the other way.

In other words it was a normal hockey game.
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Posted 10 October 2010 - 03:55 PM

Osgood was consistent, not great. There were no times where I thought he downright saved a goal.

It was an up and down game for the most part, but because of Turco (a goaltender Chicago is going to be stuck with all year) the team lost out on a point.

I don't understand this reasoning. He did that 26 times last night. They just didn't look difficult enough or something?

And honestly if Ozzy stays consistent but not great for the season, that's enough to carry the Wings a looong way, especially as backup. Him being very good and consistent got the Wings to the Cup finals two years running. I'd take that any day over Fleury's spectacular saves followed by him scoring on himself with his ass.

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 04:03 PM

I saw this on another site. Not sure if there's already links to the clip in this thread.

I'm actually a fan of Keith, but wtf? and how did this not get called? Then the Rafalski penalty, double wtf??



Not that it'll happen because he's the Norris winner, but that elbow is suspension-worthy.

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 04:15 PM

that's clearly an intentional elbow... what af****** piece of s***

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 04:20 PM

I thought the Wings played like s*** for most of the game, but the better team still won. Also Ozzy played great I hope he keeps it up!


I agree. Wings were sloppy and you could tell it was a back-2-back game early in the season with rust... They didn't seem to play with much emotion either, while Chicago on the other hand were much more pumped (being banner night) and played like they needed this win worse than a game 7 of the SCF just to please the fans...

The better team won and Detroit proved they can win on an off night against a fresh more determined club.

I want to see Hudler getting it going. He showed a few flashes, but didn't break out. I think once he gets going Wings will have a consistent 3 lines of domination and one shut down line. Osgood was solid, he did his job. Nice to see him outplay Turco, but I think we all pretty much knew he would/could.

Getting 4 points on back-2-back openers, and only allowing 2 goals in a 120 minutes while scoring 7 = BEAST TEAM! Keep it up Wings! :clap:

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 05:02 PM

Almost as funny as how you group whole groups of fans based off the actions of some. Or almost as funny as your continued attempt to impress people you will never meet online with an obviously dubbed up vocabulary.



What dubbed up vocabulary? If he used words you don't understand, don't blame him.....go read a dictionary.

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 05:09 PM

I don't understand this reasoning. He did that 26 times last night. They just didn't look difficult enough or something?


There weren't any times where I thought "man, if that wasn't Ozzie in there they would have scored."

He was able to stop the puck, but Chicago did not force that many great plays against him and Kopecky single-handedly ruined the top line.

And honestly if Ozzy stays consistent but not great for the season, that's enough to carry the Wings a looong way, especially as backup. Him being very good and consistent got the Wings to the Cup finals two years running. I'd take that any day over Fleury's spectacular saves followed by him scoring on himself with his ass.


I hope Osgood plays more like this. But I'm not going to label his performance anything other than a solid, consistent performance by our goaltender. There is no shame in saying that.

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Posted 10 October 2010 - 05:17 PM

I agree. Wings were sloppy and you could tell it was a back-2-back game early in the season with rust... They didn't seem to play with much emotion either, while Chicago on the other hand were much more pumped (being banner night) and played like they needed this win worse than a game 7 of the SCF just to please the fans...

The better team won and Detroit proved they can win on an off night against a fresh more determined club.

I want to see Hudler getting it going. He showed a few flashes, but didn't break out. I think once he gets going Wings will have a consistent 3 lines of domination and one shut down line. Osgood was solid, he did his job. Nice to see him outplay Turco, but I think we all pretty much knew he would/could.

Getting 4 points on back-2-back openers, and only allowing 2 goals in a 120 minutes while scoring 7 = BEAST TEAM! Keep it up Wings! :clap:



i agree, i think he seems a little timid and it always going for the pass instead of a shot

Almost as funny as how you group whole groups of fans based off the actions of some. Or almost as funny as your continued attempt to impress people you will never meet online with an obviously dubbed up vocabulary.



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Posted 10 October 2010 - 05:32 PM

Almost as funny as how you group whole groups of fans based off the actions of some. Or almost as funny as your continued attempt to impress people you will never meet online with an obviously dubbed up vocabulary.


Wow, someone's butthurt about something. Did you have a bad day?





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