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In Topic: The L.A. Kings: One and Done or Dynasty?

12 June 2012 - 01:17 PM

The thing they're missing is veteran leadership. The team is young. I expect their hangover will be longer than most because there won't be a guy in the room with clout to get the team back to working. Figure they back into the playoffs next season and never really get on the roll like they did this season.

Really, as has been said, the parity in the league is going to make for a lot more "streaky" champions than "powerhouse" champions. You're going to see some teams that are in contention every year but don't necessarily win (like our Wings). LA might have the core in place to move into that group.

In Topic: Trade Zets /Dats and Franzen

19 April 2012 - 10:12 AM

and a roll o' puck tape.

Puck tape? Ah-HA! That's how the Preds are beating us. Bastards are putting tape on the pucks! :hehe:

In Topic: Trade Zets /Dats and Franzen

19 April 2012 - 08:54 AM

Not so fast, guys. There is merit to this.

We could trade them to Florida and get Kopecky back.

So, that's all 3 for Kopecky, straight up? Which side has to throw in the obligatory bag of practice pucks? It's not a true internet forum trade unless somebody is giving up a bag of pucks or a roll of stick tape.

In Topic: Nyquist in game 2

13 April 2012 - 11:54 AM

I would love to see Emmerton sit. Sheahan would be my number one choice to replace him. I dont know why Emmerton has remained in the lineup. He doesnt play center very well.

This is the problem with the Wings' "overripe" approach. Emmerton has shown enough that they want to hang on to him, but they waited until he was completely out of minors eligibility to find out. They need to let a prospect go thru his rookie growing pains while they've still got options. Otherwise, you discover a kid's a borderline NHLer but you're stuck keeping him on the big league roster because you'll lose him on waivers.

In Topic: Shea Weber fined for Zetterberg "headslam"

12 April 2012 - 01:30 PM

We actually think Bettman will allow one of his southern expansion teams to lose a key player? Against Detroit? Not a chance. Weber gets a fine, a "strongly worded" public admonishment, and a quiet handshake from Bettman when nobody's looking.

I hate it when I'm right.