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Who is the Most Underappreciated Red Wing?

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Who is the Most Underappreciated Red Wing?

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#21 Kira


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Posted 05 November 2013 - 09:09 AM

If I had to choose between the three, I'd say Drew Miller. Between he and Patrick Eaves (up until this last stretch of time), they have been steady on the penalty kill.

#22 cambellronald7



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Posted 08 November 2013 - 08:15 AM

Cant say there are many you have put just fewer names.

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Posted 08 November 2013 - 10:25 AM

I'd go with Drew Miller. I think he is a great PK man and always seems willing to do whatever it takes to help the team. I think the way he goes about playing is great for the Wings organization.

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Posted 08 November 2013 - 10:27 AM

Before opening the thread, Miller, Bertuzzi and Abdelkader all popped into my mind. I'm going with Miller, just because the guy doesn't do anything flashy but can serve as a very solid 4th liner.Not the fastest skater, but is willing to block shots and limits his mistakes.


With Bert, I know how streaky he can be so I'm not going to fully praise him just yet... but the guy's playing some solid hockey right now. Doesn't hurt that he's playing with D & Z, but he's showing some skill in his own right.

“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.”


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