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#2018394 Zetterberg & Emma's Wedding

Posted by Guest on 23 July 2010 - 05:15 AM

I thought they got hitched last year...or was that Mule?

Yes that was Mule..

Among the wings' swedes

Married:
Lidstrom
Holmstrom
Mule
Z
Lilja

Girlfriend:
Ericsson

Uknown:
Kronwall (anyone figured out why.. never heard of any)
Ritola


#2018392 Zetterberg & Emma's Wedding

Posted by Guest on 23 July 2010 - 05:08 AM

It's a 3-day thing and yesterday was the old swimwear thing, today is the actual wedding in the church etc


#2018385 Zetterberg & Emma's Wedding

Posted by Guest on 23 July 2010 - 04:55 AM

Ladies and gentlemen; A Swedish Wedding :ph34r: (Lilja is looking like a badass :cool: )

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Captain, lookin' very PRO

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Henrik&Emma

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Boat Ride

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Pain Train & Mule

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#2018183 Henrik Zetterberg

Posted by Guest on 22 July 2010 - 05:31 PM

It crazy what kind of broads these guys pull in, especially the ugly ones.

Money, Money Money :siren:


#2018005 Henrik Zetterberg

Posted by Guest on 22 July 2010 - 11:00 AM

And tomorrow he will marry his Emma :P hopefully he will get a boost from that on the ice as well


#2018015 Wings should sign Paul Kariya

Posted by esteef on 22 July 2010 - 11:22 AM

Because we already have Hudler.

esteef


#2017999 Wings should sign Paul Kariya

Posted by cjm502 on 22 July 2010 - 10:35 AM

If fighting doesn't equal toughness,then I guess Probert and Kocur weren't tough?And nice example,too bad that 7 years ago.Dips***.

Fighting makes you tough, but a lot of other things do as well. You dont have to fight to be tough, but it helps.


#2017998 Wings should sign Paul Kariya

Posted by Bring Back The Bruise Bros on 22 July 2010 - 10:22 AM

Fighting =/= toughness. Remember when he got destroyed by Stevens, came back minutes later and scored a goal in 2003? That's toughness. Now shut the f*** up.

If fighting doesn't equal toughness,then I guess Probert and Kocur weren't tough?And nice example,too bad that 7 years ago.Dips***.


#2017991 Wings should sign Paul Kariya

Posted by Tr!PoD#19 on 22 July 2010 - 09:52 AM

We don't need him.He provides nothing we already have plenty of.He wants too much money.He provides no toughness,whatsoever.He hasn't had a fight in his career.End of Discussion.


Fighting =/= toughness. Remember when he got destroyed by Stevens, came back minutes later and scored a goal in 2003? That's toughness. Now shut the f*** up.


#2017923 Wings should sign Paul Kariya

Posted by Zion on 22 July 2010 - 02:10 AM

The guy scores at-will on shootouts. High glove, every time...

I'd be for it. He provides toughness that the Wings lack, also.


#2017703 Henrik Zetterberg

Posted by HankthaTank on 21 July 2010 - 01:05 PM

Then I re-read it and saw that it said he HAS a will tank.

Where do you think I got my name from? ;)


#2017740 NHL Rejects Kovalchuk's Contract

Posted by Yzerman191 on 21 July 2010 - 02:37 PM

It's not really a valid comparison to compare UFAs and RFAs. Crosby never touched unrestricted free agency (and likely never will), and nor did Ovechkin. Had either one of them been UFAs, they likely would have been offered contracts for the league maximum from multiple teams. Also, they both signed a couple of years ago and contracts have been on the rise.

One could make the argument that Kovalchuk is the best player to reach unrestricted free agency in the modern era, and certainly post-lockout. When was the last time a player of Kovalchuk's talents, having just turned 27 years old, hit the open market, available to the highest bidder? I can't remember such an occasion.


#2017650 NHL Rejects Kovalchuk's Contract

Posted by Guest on 21 July 2010 - 08:40 AM

Then he made a mistake by choosing the Devils.



Correct. It's $4.5M throughout.

http://capgeek.com/p...lay.php?id=1101

Well he wanna get paid, cash in, it's his job, you can't choose the biggest contract and also best chance for cup, you get your dreamcontract and aim to have a decent chance of winning, NJ is a decent team but most likely won't win any time soon.. he couldn't sign with vancouver, detroit, chicago, pittsburgh, boston, washington and the powerhouse teams because they have no cap room for the money he wanted

Either you take:

1. Best chance for cup & s***ty salary
2. Bad/Decent chance for cup & maximum salary

I think all pro players pick #2 unless they are in latter stages of their career, already cashed in and is desperate for cup


#2016894 Hawkeytown? ...barf.

Posted by HankthaTank on 19 July 2010 - 03:05 PM

So what happens if they still sell out?

They will still continue to copy the Detroit Red Wings until the end of time.


#2016775 Hawkeytown? ...barf.

Posted by Hockeytown0001 on 19 July 2010 - 12:36 PM

I wonder what Hawk fans are thinking.



LULZ WERE TEH BEST N DETROIT SUCKZ WHAT'S A CELERY CAP HEY WHERE'D EVERYBODY GO

Not saying they are trying to be like Detroit, though the Bowman's obviously brought their fondness for Swedes over to Chicago.

I disagree with you on the cup thing. The Hawks are stacked with prospects and the core is set. While this upcoming season very well could be rough. In 2-3 years when these guys all come up it will be fun. There's a lot of top 4 defense and top 6 forward prsospects in the pipeline, and all of them will only need to fill bottom pair or 3rd or 4th line roles. The Hawks will be ridiculous in a few years IMO.


Ridiculous like they were a few years ago?