I would say yeah maybe not yet at the same level but to see how many times he has slashed,cross checked and slew footed just in the wings games without any kind of retribution it's time for him to get some. He is working himself up to pronger 2.0 =)
hahahaha Im dying here.
Ok so I have to ask this and you probably knew it was coming...What if it were the wings and he 2 handed dats or z the same way and put them out of the playoffs because of a broken hand/wrist. What would be saying right now? "oh the 5 min and the game was good enough" or would it be more like "oh he needs to die" hahaha
Je ne serais pas trop surpris si Subban est devenu une cible pour chaque joueur dans un chandail des Sénateurs.
Subban patine avec la rondelle - beaucoup ... Comme nous l'avons vu dans des séries éliminatoires au cours des années - les arbitres ont tendance à relâcher sur les hits fin un peu ... Donc, si quelqu'un veut clouer Subban dur chacun, et chaque fois qu'il traverse la rondelle - ainsi que l'occasion se présentera ce vendredi soir, et pour le reste de la série.
Just look at this forum. there are or where thousands of members. But most are gone now and maybe 40-50 ever post anymore. Mods feel free to add traffic numbers to this.
I used to look forward to watching the RW's on TV-man I miss gary thorne but that is a side issue, now I fall asleep half of the time. This team is boring as hell to watch. Some of the best games the past few years are when the west coast teams hook up. Kings-Ducks-Sharks. All are big, fast, physical, and have as much skill as anyone does. Which brings me to college hockey. I am a huge Michigan fan and I never watch college hockey. It is boring. Always has been. On the West side of the state, we have/had the same issue with the Griffins. Going to the VA to watch a game can and will involve sleeping. Boring games where no one touches each other, an arena that is overly PC, and a crowd that largely is there for something to do before they hit the bars downtown. Games at LC Walker in Muskegon have always been more fun.
Long story short in the game has lost something. some of it is the fact the RW's are not a dominate team anymore and we are effected by that. But the game itself isn't the same.
Get rid of the points all together. Every game has a winner and loser, so just go back to tracking wins and loses. So simple.......
Years ago I used to look forward to Red Wing games on Sportschannel, and ESPN.
Maybe it was because there were so few games for those living outside of Michigan who could watch when they were on national tv, but maybe I looked forward to these games for the excitement that they brought as well (now I'm spoiled with DirecTV, and the Center Ice package).
I honestly don't have the enthusiasm as I did years ago, and truth be told much of it lies within the fact that I find this team a bit dry...Up until the recent dismantling - the Bruins for the better portion of 3 seasons were 1 of the more entertaining teams to watch since they reminded me of our Wings from years ago...It also helps that I find Jack Edwards an entertaining 'homer'.
GMs couldn't give less of a s***. It's all about winning.
I'd like to think it's both winning, and entertainment.
I'd say the vast majority of Detroit Red Wing fans (including those who don't visit this site) would agree that the Cup winning teams from the 90's were much more entertaining than what we had in 2008.
So the league leader in points this year was Jamie Benn, with a whopping 87 points. Ovechkin led the league in goals with 53. Only two other players even hit 40 goals! Only 15 players hit 30 goals.
I know this is the era of butterfly, oversized pad goaltending, but this can't be what Bettman and company want to see. You'd think all the top players in the league spent the season overseas when you look at these stats atop the leaderboards.
Oh and only 16 players hit 100+ PIM, with only 4 of those players hitting 150+ PIM. I can't imagine that happening any other time in a full season in the modern era.
To sum up, this "new NHL" has no scoring and no fighting. I guess if you're a fan of big goalies swallowing up pucks, you'll love today's game.
Oh I almost forgot. There's parity, so that makes everything more fun to watch, despite the fact that nobody scores, hits or fights. Parity is what really counts here folks.
You forgot the instigator rule.
As barbaric as it may sound - the notion of getting pummeled by an opposing teams enforcer kept some players on their best behavior.
Actually Yzerman always had a sense of humor. He was one of the biggest smartasses on the Wings, but he kept it pretty well out of the public. You didn't really hear stories until later in his career, and especially after he retired.
Though there is the infamous moment of him taunting Domi from the bench with the heavyweight belt gesture after Domi's rematch with Probert.
Toews just seems like he has zero personality.
At the 1:45 mark you see Stevie with the gesture...