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#1979779 Tomas Kopecky

Posted by Mors on 08 May 2010 - 09:01 AM

Kopecky is a joke, I like how no one mentioned Chicago has been throwing him on a line with his girlfriend Hossa which is where he generated the majority of his playoff points. Jesus, can't believe we're back to talking about this clown...especially after he did NOTHING for the Wings EVER.

#1979766 Tomas Kopecky

Posted by VM1138 on 08 May 2010 - 08:19 AM

Wow, so much for all the false hatertude that this man has gotten on this very forum all year, eh? He has been dominant for the hated Chicago Blackhawks, eh? He is a large contributer to Chicago's success against the Canucks in Canada. How much do Wing fans wish they still had Kopekcy or, at least, that he wasn't a Chicago Blackhawk? Man, those Blackhawks are good.

Kopecky, is that you?

#1979720 Tomas Kopecky

Posted by Heroes of Hockeytown on 08 May 2010 - 02:27 AM

Whoa, this guy's got more goals in the playoffs than Hossa! Must be a real stud. :D

#1979715 Tomas Kopecky

Posted by Detroit # 1 Fan on 08 May 2010 - 02:08 AM

f*** Kopecky. Abdelkader>Kopecky forever and always babyyy, he's still a big oaf who cant do more then stand in front and wait for passes from his butt buddy Hossa.

#1979665 Tomas Kopecky

Posted by Broken 16 on 07 May 2010 - 11:59 PM

Kopecky is overpaid by 1 million dollars a year.

Yeah, but what was his actual stat line from this year? If I did the same thing with Howard I could argue he should have broken the NHL's win record. :rolleyes:

Lol... I love the little windows Eva shows us from a players career when he wants to prove how he would be the most dominant player. Did you realize that if you snapshot Franzen's game from last night that he is on pace to average 6 points a night for the remainder of the playoffs?

#1979650 Tomas Kopecky

Posted by FlintGangster on 07 May 2010 - 11:42 PM

Wow, that guy must really like Vanilla Ice. He must want to be his boyfriend. You wish you still had Kopecky.


You would have been so cool if you chose Snow Informer as your avatar. Choosing Vanilla Ice just shows a lack of creativity on your end. Long live Kopecky!!

#1978786 Stanley Cup Winner?

Posted by Carman on 06 May 2010 - 09:29 PM

Well, they aren't up there because the polls would be 90% detroit, 10% other teams. Just wanting to see what other teams, wings fans like!

What kind of Wing fan would want another team but the Wings to win the cup?

I like the Pens but no way am I cheering for them to beat Detroit.

#1978536 Stanley Cup Winner?

Posted by Carman on 06 May 2010 - 08:45 PM

Did carmen go and vote for Pittsburgh lol....

Yep. Why not?

#1979445 Detroit is old and one win wont change that.

Posted by Finnish Wing on 07 May 2010 - 04:18 PM

Detroit is experienced and three losses won't change that.

#1979402 Detroit is old and one win wont change that.

Posted by John Marvin Murphy on 07 May 2010 - 03:05 PM

heh, we get whats coming to us playing columbus so many times a year and well... making the playoffs every year while they go golfing every May.

See ya next REGULAR season Columbus!

Old Wings > Young Blue Jackets.

#1979189 .BELIEVE / Have faith, etc.

Posted by redWINgzIT on 07 May 2010 - 10:50 AM

Posted this on my facebook yesterday afternoon...... What would I say was the thought.

This is it, you've got 60 minutes to tell the world a story. I don't know the title of this story nor do I know what it's gonna be about or how it's going to end. You are not going to be the author, but through your actions you will illustrate this story. Through your actions you will inspire the thoughts and the words of this story, In these 60 minutes, you will give everything, and take nothing. After these 60 minutes, there will be no what ifs, no should haves, no nothing. LET'S GO WINGS, HELL OR HIGH WATER

#1979218 Detroit is old and one win wont change that.

Posted by Drake_Marcus on 07 May 2010 - 11:25 AM

man journalism sucks these days... pretty awful article.

That's what happens when people stop paying for print media.

#1979215 Detroit is old and one win wont change that.

Posted by StormJH1 on 07 May 2010 - 11:18 AM

When the Wings won their first modern cup in 1997, Yzerman had just turned 32 years old, and Fedorov was 27. They were in the same points of their career as Datsyuk and Zetterberg are now. Yes, in the pre-salary cap era, the Wings had the ability to go buy or trade for star players, irrespective of salary, but:

(a) So did Colorado and any other serious contender at that time;
(b) The players the Wings "bought" were almost always OLDER players (Larionov, Murphy, Sandstrom). Shanahan was the same age as Fedorov.

Obviously, there's nothing wrong with having a core of players in the prime of their career, supplemented by younger energy players (Draper, Maltby, McCarty in '97; Helm, Abdelkader, Miller, etc. 2008-10). And "old" is not the same as "slow". Derian Hatcher wasn't necessarily old, but he sucked. Lidstrom is 40 years old but still effective. Chelios was very effective in 2002, and passable in 2008, but it's not like we don't have younger quality players too.

Oh, and our goalie is a Calder nominee, by the way.

#1979205 Detroit is old and one win wont change that.

Posted by Octopus's Garden on 07 May 2010 - 11:05 AM

Ahh yes, Columbus ... first place I go for hard-hitting and insightful hockey commentary.

#1979188 Detroit is old and one win wont change that.

Posted by Red Wings 2010 on 07 May 2010 - 10:49 AM

Someone is mad they got swept.