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#1 Bring Back The Bruise Bros

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 08:33 PM

I'm sure this has been covered several times in the past, but I figured it would be something else to do besides discuss how flat we were today. So, who are your favorite player(s) on the other teams in the league?

East

Boston: McQuaid, Bergeron
Toronto: Orr, Clarkson
Montreal: Prust, Murray
Ottawa: Neil
Tampa Bay: Stamkos
Florida: Jovanovski
Buffalo: Scott
Philadelphia: Giroux, Simmonds, Downie, Rosehill
Pittsburgh: Glass
Washington: Erskine, Chimera
Carolina: Ward
New Jersey: Elias, Brodeur, Jagr
NYR: Lundqvist, Carcillo, Dorsett
NYI: Tavares, Boulton
Columbus: Boll, Dubinsky

West

Anaheim: Beleskey, Selanne
San Jose: Stuart
Los Angeles: Richards, Greene
Dallas: Benn
Phoenix: Chipchura, Doan
Colorado: Duchene
Minnesota: McCormick
Calgary: McGrattan
Vancouver: Kassian
Winnipeg: Ladd, Slater
Edmonton: Gazdic
St. Louis: Morrow
Chicago: Keith
Nashville: Nystrom

Edited by Bring Back The Bruise Bros, 10 March 2014 - 01:21 AM.

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 08:45 PM

Not going to do every team. But here is a list of guys I like watching play:

J Staal

Krieder

Gudas-TB Dman

hanzel

Ryan

Kesler

Carlsson-Caps Dman

Weber

Bergeron

Backus

Seabrook

Kopitar

Nichskin-Dal

Neal

Mantha-yes he is our prospect, but playing on a different team!



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Posted 09 March 2014 - 09:40 PM

Selanne

Getzlaf (yes, I'm serious)

Kopitar

Lecavalier

Jagr (I got the moves like Jagr)

Hossa

Miller (Ryan)

Joey Mac

Luongo

Bryzgalov

Harding

Cullen

Eaves

Brunner

Parros

Marleau

Filppula

 

Thinking through this, I'm amazed at how many of my faves have retired.



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Posted 09 March 2014 - 10:16 PM

i will go in alphabetical order :

Anaheim : Selanne, Fowler, 
Boston:  Iginla
Buffalo: Ehrhoff, 
Calgary : Cammalleri, 
Carolina: E Staal, Skinner, Ward
Chicago:  Toews, Crawford.
Colorado: Duchene, Landeskog,.
Columbus: Atkinson, Umberger.
Dallas: Benn, Seguin
Detroit: Datsyuk, Zetterberg, Kronwall.
Edmonton: Hall, Eberle, Nugent-Hopkins, Yakupov.
Florida: Luongo, Fleischmann.
Los Angeles: Kopitar, Gaborik, Brown, Doughty.
Minnesota: Granlund, Backstrom, Suter, Parise
Montreal: Subban, Vanek, Price, Eller.
Nashville : Weber, Fisher, Rinne.
New Jersey: Brodeur, Zajak, Jagr. Elias.
New York Islanders: Tavares, Okoposo, Nabokov.
New York Rangers: Lundqvist, Nash, Zucarello. St. Louis.
Ottawa: Karlsson, Spezza, Turris.
Philadelphia: Giroux, Hartnell, Lecavalier, Pronger.
Phoenix: Doan, Yandle, Ekman-Larsson, Vrbata, M. Smith.
San Jose: J. Thornton, Marleau, Couture, Pavelski.
St.Louis: Oshie, Petrangelo, Miller, Steen. 
Tampa Bay: Stamkos, Filipula. Marchessault.
Toronto: Reimer, JVR, Kadri, Kessel.
Vancouver: Sedin Bros. Bieksa, Kesler, Edler, Hamhuis.
Washington: Ovechkin, Backstrom, Holtby, Erskine.
Winnipeg: Pavalec, E. Kane, Enstrom, Ladd, Slater, Frolik.

Pittsburgh: Crosby, Malkin, M.A. Fleury, Orpik, Kunitz, Letang, Neal (It's really hard to pick just a couple. I like the whole team.)   :D :D
 


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Posted 09 March 2014 - 10:34 PM

Don't really have one from every team but here's most.. I may have missed a couple players, Idk ha

Boston: Loui
Toronto: JVR
Ottawa: Ryan
Tampa Bay: Stamkos, Teddy
Philadelphia: Giroux, Simmonds
Washington: Ovi,
Carolina: Skinner
NYR: McDonagh
NYI: Tavares

West

San Jose: Couture
Los Angeles(2nd favorite team): Kopes, Doughty, Quick
Dallas: Seguin, Nichushkin
Phoenix: OEL
Colorado: Duchene, MacKinnon
Calgary: HUDSSSSS :P
Vancouver: Matthias
Edmonton: nuge
St. Louis: t.j., tarasenko, petraingelo
Chicago: Keith, Kane

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Nashville: Rinne

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Posted 09 March 2014 - 10:36 PM

Washington backstrom and ovi(my all time fav player even though I'm a wings fan).

Carolina Jordan staal
Ottawa bobby Ryan
Anaheim getzlaf and perry
St. Louis oshie backes Ryan miller
TB fil

And my favorite current wing is actually smith and Sheahan.

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Posted 10 March 2014 - 01:19 AM

Selanne
Getzlaf (yes, I'm serious)
Kopitar
Lecavalier
Jagr (I got the moves like Jagr)
Hossa
Miller (Ryan)
Joey Mac
Luongo
Bryzgalov
Harding
Cullen
Eaves
Brunner
Parros
Marleau
Filppula
 
Thinking through this, I'm amazed at how many of my faves have retired.

So many of my favorites have retired in recent years. It really hurt to see Sean O'Donnell retire. Always liked him. I always wanted Gary Roberts in a Wings jersey. Although he was a huge pain and a cheap shot artist at times, I was sad when Darcy Tucker retired. Sucks that Derian Hatcher didn't last too long after the '05 lockout. I can go on and on.
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RIP Derek Boogaard
RIP Rick Rypien

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Posted 10 March 2014 - 02:56 AM

I'm not going to rattle off on guys I know of on other teams and call them favorites, but I do have a handful of non-Wings that I really like.

 

Patrick Sharp, David Backes, Cal Clutterbuck, Alex Ovechkin, Claude Giroux, Scott Hartnell, Dustin Byfuglien, and Tomas Plekanec.


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Posted 10 March 2014 - 03:56 AM

Anaheim: Selanne, Fowler

Despite all the former rivalries Selanne is a classy guy and a living legend. Wouldn't surprise me if the Ducks would indeed retire his number, after he is done playing. Fowler on the other hand is a very promising and reliable defenseman, trained by S. Niedermayer.

 

Boston: Thornton, McQuaid, Bergeron, Iginla, Chara - I like a lot of players on this team obviously

Thornton and McQuaid are as tough as they come and Thornton is also a very decent player, who brings size grit and leadership. He is really the type of guy who could be a great coach one day.

Bergeron: One of the best 200 ft in the game and the things he played through last year are unbelievable, a true warrior.

Iginla: Classy guy all the way

Chara: Mammoth of a man and an elite defenseman

 

Buffalo: Myers

The guy has a lot of potential but it gets totally wasted in Buffalo for now that's a real shame.

 

Calgary: by far McGrattan

Heavyweight champion, the guy loves his job and will stick up for his teammates no matter what. Someone like him would be welcomed with open arms on this team.

 

Carolina: E. Staal

Longtime captain and stayed with them despite all the failures.

 

Chicago: Toews, Hossa

Toews is just the type of leader I like, leads by example and always giving other players around him credit. He reminds me of a young Stevie Y.

Hossa: One of the best powerforwards in the game although he is getting up their in age.

 

Colorado: Landeskog, MacKinnon, Duchene

Duchene has shown time and time again, what a great person he is and also his on ice success is speaking for itself.

MacKinnon: this first year rookie just broke one of Gretzky's record and doesn't make a big deal about it, guys like Kadri, Yakupov could learn a lot from him.

Landeskog: big, physical and a great player being a captain at such a young age is really outstanding.

 

Columbus: Jack Johnson

Great defender and doesn't shy away from telling people to F off if they try to take advantage of him be it his trainers or the league itself.

 

Dallas: Seguin, Benn

Seguin: Always knew he would be a great player, Chiarelli just gave up on hm for stupid reasons. Also the media in Boston is horrible.

Benn: This guy could turn into another powerforward he has the size and skillset to become one of the premier forwards in this league.

 

Detroit: aside from the obvious Danny K - local boy and without him our defense would be horrendous

What can you say, never gets drafted, chooses to go another road and then decides to return to his favorite team and puts up a great rookie season. Way to go Danny

 

Edmonton: Gazdic, Hopkins, MacIntyre

Gazdic: The guy can play and is making a name for himself this season, could be one of the new and coming enforcers alongside Bourdelaux

Hopkins: He may be a bit overrated but he really doesn't have much help in Edmonton, comes off very humble and down to earth.

MacIntyre: Maybe the only guy in the league who could give McGrattan a run for his money. I love his interviews and videos of him telling rookies how to fight.

 

Florida: Gudbranson, Luongo

Gudbranson: tough, physical defenseman he plays the game the right way and doesn't shy away from standing up for his teammates.

Luongo: One of the best goaltenders in the game, threated unfairly by Gillis and yet never made a big deal out of it. Luongo could have made the situation much worse for the Canucks.

 

Los Angeles: Quick, Richards

Quick: His reflexes are really unreal and I love watching him play, he is really tough to beat when he is on.

Richards: Made the best of a tough situation and finally doesn't have to deal with the stupid media in Philly.

 

Minnesotta: Suter, Harding

Harding: Can't help but cheer for this guy, life hasn't been good to him and he continues to play so well and fight through big kudos to him.

Suter: Not the flashiest defenseman but boy he gets the job done every time and can play a ton of minutes without ever being out of gas, amazing stamina.

 

Montreal: Prust, Parros

It can't be coincidence that both tough guys are also by far the most likable guys on that roster. For a guy who isn't that big Prust has proven time and time again, that he will fight everybody and play through everything I mean he pressed his rips back in place and tried to finish a game, wow. The Stache is just the man.

 

 

Nashville: Rinne

Probably the biggest goalie in the league with lightning quick reflexes and I want him to do well, after all the injury stuff he has gone through.

 

New Jersey: Schneider

He re-signs with the Canucks just to get traded later and never moans about it, on top of that the guy takes away the #1 position from the best goaltender of alltime.

 

New York Islanders: Tavares, Grabner

Tavares is playing for an absolutely horrible run franchise and still puts up impressive numbers every year and even re-signs with them.

Grabner: This guy has unreal wheels watched some of his shorthanded goals against the Maple Leafs that was fun to watch.

 

New York Rangers: Lundqvist, Nash

Lundqvist: 300 wins 31 years old, 49 shutouts, Vezina candidate almost every year this is really really unbelievable.

Nash: Big powerforward he may look slow to others but sometimes I feel like him and Stepan and the whole Rangers offense.

 

Ottawa: Kassian, Ryan

Ryan: I don't know why but this guy just doesn't get appreciated. Left off team USA in an absolutely disgusting way, part of continous trade talks back in Anaheim and never ever misses a beat. Sadly he gets misused in Ottawa.

Kassian: How can you not like a guy with the nickname Kassassian

 

Philadelphia: Giroux, L. Schenn

Giroux: Got the best of Sid The Kid and is the reason for the Flyers turnaround this season.

L. Schenn: Big, tough and very reliable in his own end. He may not be the fastest skater and an offensive flash but but he gets the job done. I'd call him a Suter lite.

 

Pittsburgh: Engelland

Average size but absolute insane fighting technics this guy will drop the gloves against anybody and his fight against Orr was one of the most entertaining ones I've seen.

 

Phoenix: Ekman Larsson, Yandle

Larsson: Like Tavares with the Islanders I think he would get a lot more appreciation if he played for a bigger team.

Yandle: Same thing but he needs to work on his defensive game.

 

San Jose: Couture, Burns

Couture: Future captain of the Sharks for sure.

Burns: The guy goes from a defender to a forward and does incredible well I really don't know how one can have such a flawless transistion.

 

St. Louis: Backes, Pietrangelo

Backes: Despite Lucic he is the powerforward in the game right now, a tough mean SOB, beautiful wife and has his heart on the right place love his Athletes for Animals foundation.

Pietrangelo: The sky is the limit for this guy, he does it all puts up points is very good on the defensive side of the game and is still so young.

 

Tampa Bay: Stamkos, Hedman

Stamkos: Hands down the best goalscorer in the game, absolutely down to earth guy and an absolute gym freak. I think he will be a great captain for the Bolts for years to come.

Hedman: I still think he could need some more bulking up to do although he has great size but given his frame a few extra pounds could turn this guy into such a pain in the ass to play against.

 

Toronto: Kessel, Orr

Kessel: I just like the guy he is so humble, never makes a big deal of scoring goals and doesn't like to play the PR game. He is hiding from interviews and focuses on his job I love that.

Orr: Tough mean SOB who can also play boy I would love him in a Winged Jersey. As another interesting fact so far he has only played for Original 6 franchises.

 

Vancouver: Bieksa, H. Sedin

Bieksa: Lately a bit too offensive for my liking but he is a good defender and also very tough the only downside sometimes he comes off as a spotpicker.

H. Sedin: The magic between him and his brother is always so fun to watch. Sadly, Tortarella has done a good job getting rid of the all the creativity this team has.

 

Washington: Erskin

Doesn't get to play a lot but when he does he can provide energy and physicality, plus he will also drop the gloves against anybody.

 

Winnipeg: Scheifele, Wheeler

Scheifele: Just a hardworking rookie who never seems to give up on the play, really impressive.

Wheeler: Big and also a very hardworking although he could shoot a lot more.


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Posted 10 March 2014 - 05:21 AM

I'll just go w/o with my number one on this cause it's 6:20 am. Steven Stamkos

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Posted 10 March 2014 - 08:52 AM

Maybe people could list some details about why they like said players so this thread will be more than just lists?


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Posted 10 March 2014 - 10:32 AM

I usually follow any former Red Wings.  There are a lot of guys around the league that I respect, or whom I'd want on our team, but I wouldn't say I have any favorites.  I don't even really have a favorite Red Wing...just a favorite team.


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Posted 10 March 2014 - 11:23 AM

Stamkos: the guy just does it right, decently humble and plays hard. Not the best backchecker in the world but of the elite scorers I'd say he has an above average complete game (cough Ovi cough)

 

Karlsson: Love watching him play, smooth skating and his turning ability is incredible. 



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Posted 10 March 2014 - 11:56 AM

I'm sure this has been covered several times in the past, but I figured it would be something else to do besides discuss how flat we were today. So, who are your favorite player(s) on the other teams in the league?

East

Boston: McQuaid, Bergeron
Toronto: Orr, Clarkson
Montreal: Prust, Murray
Ottawa: Neil
Tampa Bay: Stamkos
Florida: Jovanovski
Buffalo: Scott
Philadelphia: Giroux, Simmonds, Downie, Rosehill
Pittsburgh: Glass
Washington: Erskine, Chimera
Carolina: Ward
New Jersey: Elias, Brodeur, Jagr
NYR: Lundqvist, Carcillo, Dorsett
NYI: Tavares, Boulton
Columbus: Boll, Dubinsky

West

Anaheim: Beleskey, Selanne
San Jose: Stuart
Los Angeles: Richards, Greene
Dallas: Benn
Phoenix: Chipchura, Doan
Colorado: Duchene
Minnesota: McCormick
Calgary: McGrattan
Vancouver: Kassian
Winnipeg: Ladd, Slater
Edmonton: Gazdic
St. Louis: Morrow
Chicago: Keith
Nashville: Nystrom

Boston: Bergeron, Lucic, Marchand, Iginla, Krejci
Toronto: JVR
Montreal: Vanek
Ottawa: Spezza
Tampa Bay: Stamkos
Florida: Bjugstad
Buffalo: Hodgson
Philadelphia: Giroux, Hartnell
Pittsburgh: Sutter
Washington: Brouwer
Carolina: Skinner
New Jersey: Brodeur, Henrique
NYR: Lundqvist, McDonagh
NYI: Tavares, Grabner
Columbus: Atkinson, Jenner

West

Anaheim: Selanne, Getzlaf
San Jose: Stuart
Los Angeles: Kopitar, Doughty, Quick, Brown
Dallas: Benn
Phoenix: OEL, Yandle
Colorado: Duchene, O'Reilly
Minnesota: Suter, Parise
Calgary: Monahan, Giordano
Vancouver: Garrison
Winnipeg: Ladd, Wheeler, Stuart, Buff, Trouba, Scheifele, Little, Bogo
Edmonton: Eberle, Ference
St. Louis: Steen, Pietrangelo
Chicago: Toews, Sharp, Seabrook, Keith
Nashville: Del Zotto, Eaves


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Posted 10 March 2014 - 12:38 PM

Most of the my picks are from the Kings because they're my second favorite team and the one I see most often after Detroit. 

 

Wayne Simmonds.  One of the scrawniest power forwards I've ever seen, but the guy hits, scores, isn't afraid to go to the hard areas of the ice, and will drop the gloves.  Loved him in LA and would love for the Wings to sign him someday soon. 

 

Kopitar.  Imagine if Zetteberg were 6'3" and 225 lbs (which come to think of it is about how big Z plays).  He doesn't have Hank's production but otherwise plays a similar style.  And seems to have icewater running through his veins if you've ever seen him on a breakaway.  All around class act too.

 

Stamkos.  Scoring machine without any of the qualities I find irritating in Ovechkin. 



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Posted 10 March 2014 - 07:09 PM

Forgot a few:

Martin NYI

Perry Ducks

Petry Oilers

Ladd Jets



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Posted 13 March 2014 - 06:14 AM

ANH - Hiller (Hate rest of team, but always liked him)
BOS - Krug (Go Green)
BUF - Girgensons (Plays balls to the wall)
DAL - Peverley (Always loved him, not just sad for his health)
CBJ - Wisniewski (Big Whalers fan)
COl - Duchene (his highlights are amazing)
CGY - Hudler (I also enjoy hookers)
DET - Everyone (even Cleary)
EDM - Their next 1st round pick
FLA - Weiss (yes)
CHI - Sharp (Respect for a Wing killer)
LA - Brown (America, f*** yeah)
NSH - Rinne (best in the league)
TBL - Gudas (OMG physical)
NYR - McDonagh (incredibly underrated even for the praise he gets)
NYI - Martin (machine)
MTL - Subban (don't agree with the locker room cancer rumors)
PHI - Hartnell (bring back the hair)
NJ - Jagr (have you seen his numbers at 42?)
STL - Miller (Go White)
TOR - Kessel (Cool dude)
VAN - Torts (great enforcer)
OTT - Neil (the type I wish Cleary was)
PIT - Malkin (Crosby's less douchey half)
PHX - Doan (shouldn't have to explain why)
SJ - Hertl (fun to watch)
WPG - Ladd (another guy I wish Cleary could be)
WSH - Ovi (crazy player, crazy guy)
CAR - Brindamour (miss him, go green)
MIN - Heater (50 in 07)

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Posted 13 March 2014 - 09:44 AM

Toews - Reminds me of a younger Stevie, even though Z is great at breaking him

Sharp - Just a solid player

Stamkos - This kid is just too fun to watch

Pavelski - Wisconsin kid

Jumbo Joe - Big center, assist machine

Parros - That stache.

Shane Doan - I've enjoyed watching him since I was younger

Lucic - Big, physical, and can put up points. Plays old time hockey.

St. Louis - Really liked watching him with Lecavalier and Stamkos, shame he wanted to leave.

Karlsson - Puck moving ability

OEL - Good young defensemen
Macdonaugh & Stepan - former Badgers, both solid players for the Rangers.



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Posted 14 March 2014 - 06:24 PM

Avs: Stastny
Blues: Berglund, Tarasenko
Bruins: Bergeron, Seidenberg, Rask
Habs: Price
Nucks: Edler
Hawks: Toews
Yotes: Doan, Bissonette
Kings: Kopitar
Wild: Bryzgalov, Zucker
Stars: Benn
Oilers: Eberle, Hall
Ducks: Koivu
Flames: Galiardi
Sharks: Stuart
Preds: Weber, Rinne, Eaves
Jets: Jokinen
Sabres: Leino, D'Agostini
Panthers: Luongo
Sens: Karlsson
Lightning: Stamkos, Hedman, Filppula
Leafs: Lupul
Canes: Staal
Jackets: Bobrovsky
Devils: Jagr, Brunner
Isles: Tavares
Rangers: Girardi, St. Louis
Flyers: Giroux, Hartnell
Pens: Letang
Caps: Penner
Wings: Datsyuk, Bertuzzi, Helm

 
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Posted 16 March 2014 - 09:38 AM

Only one right now.  Patrick Eaves in Nashville.  Damn, I want him back here.


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