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#1977449 Lebda out; Lilja in

Posted by Third Man In on 06 May 2010 - 12:00 PM

Lilja's in for Lebda because Brett Lebda sucks.

Ericcson has shown promise in the past, and it takes time for a defenceman to learn the game. This is great experience either way. Same for Howie.

#1977427 Lebda out; Lilja in

Posted by esteef on 06 May 2010 - 11:43 AM

Big E is in to kick Thortnton's ass when the score gets lopsided.


#1977385 2010 Round 2 Photoshop War: San Jose Sharks

Posted by DLD on 06 May 2010 - 11:05 AM

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#1977153 put ozzy in, now?

Posted by HockeyCoach13 on 05 May 2010 - 11:28 PM

Well, we are in a 3-0 hole now, so why not give him a game? He deserved it after last year, and the previous play offs years.

cuz he sucks..

#1977282 My point of view of Round Two.

Posted by Wings4Life19 on 06 May 2010 - 07:20 AM

maybe the first 3 games being 4-3 is an indicator of how the series is going to end

My 100th post :banana:

#1977191 My point of view of Round Two.

Posted by aydubb on 06 May 2010 - 12:40 AM

you guy have an excuse for everything don't you.

#1976833 Caption this photo

Posted by YzermanLives on 05 May 2010 - 04:45 PM

Checking from behind
2 minutes in the box.


#1977134 maybe, just maybe

Posted by Hossa4Life on 05 May 2010 - 11:04 PM

Jesus i dont think anyone reads topics they just create there own first. There are like 4 or 5 threads already about this. I do like what your saying though.

plus it is so obvious we are going to take back this series.

#1976840 There are 7 games in a series

Posted by RedWingsRox on 05 May 2010 - 04:53 PM

On the difficulty of coming back from 3-0 in the NHL, love this quote from Babs:

The Toronto Maple Leafs, in the 1942 finals against Detroit, and the New York Islanders, in the 1975 quarterfinals against Pittsburgh, are the only teams in NHL history to win a series after trailing 0-3.

“That’s how hard it is to do,” Red Wings coach Mike Babcock said. “And yet, I figure every 33 years or so you’ve got to be due. It must be our turn.”

Source: Yahoo NHL

#1977190 "I don't even want to think about it"

Posted by Heroes of Hockeytown on 06 May 2010 - 12:36 AM

Doom and Gloom... People thought when Yzerman left the wings were done, well we were not.

This isn't really a good analogy. Steve's role on the team had been diminishing rapidly for two or three seasons before he retired; he was still a good player when he left (you might remember he went on a great run from December of the '06 season and into the playoffs where he certainly didn't look like 40 year old with a bum knee) but was already well on his way to being replaced, and very adequately so, but Datsyuk and Zetterberg.

No other defenseman on the team is as good as Lidstrom; few defensemen in the league, even today, are as good as Lidstrom. He is the motor that powers the big red machine, and he does it on all fronts. I don't believe his departure will be the end of the Wings -- far from it -- but it will be unlike anything most Wings fans have yet experienced.

#1977124 Ritola in for Williams in game 4?

Posted by FireCaptain on 05 May 2010 - 10:35 PM

Can't. She's out having a tonsillectomy.. Dad had a coupon for buy one surgery, get one free.


Ritola, Meech, May, Larsson, Heck put in Ella Maltby...

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(She's the one in the middle.)

#1976986 Why is Howard still in the net?

Posted by SouthernWingsFan on 05 May 2010 - 07:56 PM

Screw this, we need Demon Goalie from Mutant League Hockey!!!

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And in all seriousness, how many of these threads are we going to have? Jesus cripes.

Howard is still in the net because Osgood has barely played in the past 3-4 months and Howard did little/nothing to suggest getting yanked over that period on a consistent basis. Whether you think it is right/wrong is entirely subjective, but this is Howard's team now. He's either going to be the one to miraculously bring this team out of 50 feet of rubble, or he's going to go down in flames like the rest of the team quickly.

Why is Howard still in the net?

Cuz he's the goalie. Duh.

I knew there was a reason you are so smart! LOL! :D

IM SUPER SEREAL... Carey Price would look mighty fine in a red wing uniform, the day he leaves montreal a huge bag full of stone will fall off his back and he will once again play lights out... I've never been more convinced.

I've never been more convinced you will not be a goalie coach.

#1976960 Why is Howard still in the net?

Posted by Wing_Nut on 05 May 2010 - 07:18 PM

.......and I didn't disagree with you, did I? Does someone need Hooked on Phonics? Pavs is awesome, I've always thought he was awesome. But the WINGS are down 0-3, not just the players who aren't producing this series.

Hooked on Phonics is a reading program. Instead of having any type of valid points all you have don't it take shots at me. Its funny and pathetic, take your time try to form a reasonable argument. Or are you going to talk about my mother next?
Oh and F-you dude Pavel is awesome!

#1977154 Why The Wings can win this series

Posted by FabHckyBbe on 05 May 2010 - 11:29 PM

the red wings going to the conference finals AGAIN this year is not in the NHL's script. San Jose needs a deep playoff run before you see another one of gary bettman's deep south "gems" enter the realm of financial trouble. though with the garbage economy and the turmoil that the city of Detroit has been through in the past couple years, it would be a nice story if they came back and won this series and the cup. but once again, bettman's heart only bleeds for SoCal and the deep south.

Geeze, too bad for the Sharks that San Jose is neither in SoCal nor the deep south.

1) Buy an atlas (San Jose/the Bay Area is considered Northern California)
2) Take off the tin foil hat.

There is no "NHL script" -- if there were, you'd think the NHL would have scripted a Stanley Cup for the team they placed in the US's 6th largest television market instead of allowing their fans to keep waiting through the first 19 years of the team's exisitence. Instead, in it's infinite wisdom, the NHL has granted the Red Wings, sitting in the 11th largest Metropolitan Market Region the right to win the Cup 4 times in the last 13 years. Where's the logic in that? Wouldn't you think the NHL would be more interested in coddling the bigger markets? Yet it's been the Wings who've won the majority of recents Cups.

Oh, and Pittsburgh's TV market? 23rd in the US. Yeah, the NHL is making bank off promoting them so much. :rolleyes:

This kind of conspiracy talk makes everyone a little bit dumber.

#1976872 Why The Wings can win this series

Posted by OldMan333 on 05 May 2010 - 05:29 PM

If the team that played Game 7 against Phoenix showed up, we would win the series no problem.
They gotta wanna - for 3600 seconds - every player - no exceptions!
pffft - these guys are highly paid professionals - piece o-cake - we got this in the bag.