Red Wings on Twitter
Posted 16 July 2011 - 11:53 AM
and that's it.
*interestingly enough as i write this darren dreger just reported on his twitter page that jimmhoward32 had just joined twitter, but the account was then revealed to be a fake*
i wonder if this is something the management frowns upon, and that's why there are no others. the only other teams to have one twittereerr are new jersey (elias) and minnesota (havlat, who will now replace jamal mayer's twitter spot at san jose). this will leave minnesota having no twittererrerers, who will join atlanta, boston, buffalo, calgary, chicago (though mayers is on the way), and ottawa with that distinction.
i'm curious if six-four will be talked to about his, seeing how he recently posted pictures of bikini-clad woman washing cars in california (gasp), and when asked said that the only ballet he had been to before had a pole (haha).
btw, former red wing twittledores include d-mac, aaron ward, and wendel clark, and the team with the most twingleberries are the rangers and capitals, each with 8.
Posted 16 July 2011 - 12:07 PM
Posted 16 July 2011 - 12:10 PM
Anyways, aside from Commie there are a few Wings prospects who have Twitter as well and I can't really see the Wings management saying "welcome to the Red Wings, now please delete your Twitter account." Then again it wouldn't surprise me if some teams did just that, I remember seeing a bit of chatter on Twitter wondering if the Hawks would make Mayers delete his account.
"Push the dirt off your jersey then go for the cup or the trophy or the ring, champion no matter what."
Posted 16 July 2011 - 01:18 PM
Twitter is great for getting and giving info.
For players, this means only a few things.
You can try and promote other things you are doing, which most fans could care less about.
You can respond to what is happening in your sport, which can get you into huge trouble and make you look foolish.
You can respond to fans to make them feel important, which has little payout and can get you into huge trouble and make you look foolish.
You can have an account and do nothing with it, and it may eventually get hacked leading you into huge trouble and make you look foolish.
Or you can not have one, and the world moves on.
I am not against them having twitter, but honestly there isn't much benefit to it for players, coaches, GMs, etc.
It is great for marketing, journalists, comedians, and similar types.
Take Hank for example...
He has a clothing line, a superstar status, a hot wife...
His tweets would be boring like.
Congrats to my wife for landing this gig.
Hey we have a new shirt for sale on the website.
Hey congrats to Pavel for his 100th point of the season.
Not too exciting...
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Tootoo does NOT belong on this team. He is classless and I would rather see the Wings be bad than classless. I feel the same way about Bertuzzi as well, but he at least CAN make the team better. With Tootoo the team becomes worse and in danger of being classless. Would you have liked Claude on the team? Or Roy? No. So why would you be okay with that POS.
This thread has been closed due to emotions being higher than people's ability to read, interpret, and properly respond to simple posts.
Posted 16 July 2011 - 01:25 PM
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- Harry James Benson, CBE.
Posted 16 July 2011 - 01:53 PM
That said, the Red Wings seem to have been slow to adopt new means of marketing. They only this past year have been sending out official social media updates via twitter and facebook when the opportunity has been around for much longer. It matches much of what makes the Red Wings continually successful, not rocking the boat and making steady but slow improvements.
Posted 16 July 2011 - 02:07 PM
In reality, things aren't on fire. Fire is on things.
Posted 16 July 2011 - 05:59 PM
If Homer had one, would anyone be able to translate it?
oh man that would be one helluva quote machine.
Posted 16 July 2011 - 07:33 PM
Posted 16 July 2011 - 09:02 PM
If Homer had one, would anyone be able to translate it?
I come bearing gifts:
Of course, I could get off my lame rear and do something.
Posted 17 July 2011 - 01:06 PM
“You tell me how often it happens when a guy put up two points, has a good game, and next thing you know he sits for 10 games,” Kindl said. “But that’s in the past and I don’t want have that in my mind. I’m just excited for this new camp."
“I always tried to have confidence when I wasn’t playing. It wasn’t easy for me. You may think you played a good game and you sit down for the next 10 (games) and keep going back and forth, but all that is in the past and I’m just looking forward to a new challenge.”
Posted 17 July 2011 - 02:19 PM
I tweeted Commie to see if the team may have asked him to stop using it. I doubt it's something that would even come up yet, but figured it's worth a shot to ask. Never know.
"Miss Red Wing" offered to take Commie to Cheli's Chili it looks like http://twitter.com/#!/MissRedWing
Posted 17 July 2011 - 04:03 PM
Brendan Smith also has it and I think he'll be a wing by the end of the season. Because Detroit has alot of Europeans who may not be the best with English may play a part in why they have few tweeters. All the North Americans on the team pretty much are older guys who didnt grow up with as much technology.
Callahan, Sheahan, Parkes, Fournier, and Sproul all have accounts as well
RIP BOB PROBERT #24
Posted 18 July 2011 - 09:22 AM
There's a fake Datsyuk one. @notpaveldatsyuk doesn't claim to be real or anything but it's super funny
I don't know about you guys, but Pavel on Twitter would be amazing.
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