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With 12 of first 19 at home that sets the wings up perfectly to be dead tired in time for the playoffs to start

Are you crazy? Not DEAD tired... just tired enough :)

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15 games in february, which is the month that the wings have gotten injured the most the last few years. if they can get out of that month with only 5 major injuries it will be a miracle

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15 games in february, which is the month that the wings have gotten injured the most the last few years. if they can get out of that month with only 5 major injuries it will be a miracle

You're really stretching if you only want 5 :P

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Please everyone calm down. Nothing official yet. Seriously what did you all expect? Wings vs Columbus 22 times no travel. Oh wait we will play the Sharks back to back games damn. Our schedule is screwed. Come on people. 48 games in a limited amount of time isn't goint to be a spring vacation to Mexico. ***** all you want about it people...

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Please everyone calm down. Nothing official yet. Seriously what did you all expect? Wings vs Columbus 22 times no travel. Oh wait we will play the Sharks back to back games damn. Our schedule is screwed. Come on people. 48 games in a limited amount of time isn't goint to be a spring vacation to Mexico. ***** all you want about it people...

first of all, yes it is official.... secondly, it sounds like you need to calm down, you're more worked up than anyone

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With 48 games they could have played 1 vs every Eastern team, 2 vs own Conf and 3 vs own division, with 1 more game against somebody, a traditional rival or division rival or Columbus :)

Instead, its West only and not even the equal number of games vs own division. What genius came up with that one?

I totally agree, to not see the Leafs, Bruins, Rangers and Pens is a shame.

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22 National TV games- 11 on NHLN-US, 11 on NBC/SN

Considering our record in 'em, sure hope not many afternoon ones on NBC,

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12 games that start at 9:00pm or later. It's not as brutal as I feared.

I had feeling the schedule would run at least through all of April.

We could have a very late Stanley Cup Finals!

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Game 7 of SCF would be on June 28th. Playoffs start Apr 28th-May 1st

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I don't think all teams will be equally tired. It is a huge advantage to never have to leave your own time zone like all of the Eastern Conference teams, except for Winnipeg. The grind of the shortened regular season will be taxing, but not having to travel extensively like the Red Wings do helps quite a bit. Four trips out west in practically three months (when it is usually spread out over six months) is rough.

But yet, the Wings have won the Cup more than any other team in the past 15 years. So apparently, it doesn't mean all that much.

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Considering our record in 'em, sure hope not many afternoon ones on NBC,

CROSBY, CROSBY, CROSBY!!!

Welcome to NBC Sports this afternoon in Detroit! Now we're going to go to the CROSBY ISO CAM! Crosby isn't playing today, so this is actually a live shot of him at home doing stretches to help loosen up his sprained [feminine part].

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first of all, yes it is official.... secondly, it sounds like you need to calm down, you're more worked up than anyone

Ok maybe it was official sorry. My bad

Also getting my tickets for February 17th at the Xcel Energy Center when the Wings come to town. Bingo

Edited by St. Michael (the Red Wing)

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Game 7 of SCF would be on June 28th. Playoffs start Apr 28th-May 1st

Looks like in 1995, game 4 of the SCF was played on June 24th.

So that's about the same.

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any news on fsd? I'm sure they will cover games too right? I don't see anyone covering the 19th game in st lousis... We will hear tomorrow maybe? Can't they start tomorrow lol, I miss hockey so much :champs:

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22 National TV games- 11 on NHLN-US, 11 on NBC/SN

The 11 games on NHLN-US are tough for me. I have NBCSN and I will have Gamecenter, but my cable company doesn't carry NHLN-US.

The Wings have a tough schedule on paper. 7th most miles traveled and tied for most back-to-back games.

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As tough as the Central Division was last season, it's going to be a grind getting into the playoffs.

More games against the East would have helped.

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Not saying that games in California will be easy but it'd be hard to beat NY, Boston or Philly on the road anyways.

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