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#2593391 S'matter Yzerman, afraid of the jersey you wore for so long?

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 15 April 2015 - 10:49 AM

Somethings are so frigging stupid it makes your blood boil. This is one of them. Isn't this a frigging free country. That's discrimination. Can you withhold service or selling something to someone because you're black or because you're ***? No! How come you have to have a FL postal code to buy tix?


Actually, in a "free country" one should be able to discriminate ... and suffer the economic consequences of bad PR.

#2588876 Is A First Round Exit Imminent?

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 04 April 2015 - 03:01 PM

Manny Legace stood on was dropped on his head.



#2583724 Losing Streak affecting Babcock's Decision?

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 21 March 2015 - 07:34 PM

Blashill vs. Babcock? People can't be serious! Without any NHL head coaching experience, Blashill is the consolation prize to Babcock's proven winner.

#2579222 Vaya con dios Damien Brunner

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 06 March 2015 - 10:42 AM

Gah, seeing those uniforms is like being forced to stare at the advertisements placed above urinals in the a men's bathroom.

#2578084 What's with the "giving players hamster names" obsession?

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 03 March 2015 - 09:02 PM


#2577887 Red Wings acquire Marek Zidlicky from NJ for Cond. 2016 3rd Round Pick

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 03 March 2015 - 09:15 AM

Did you say he was serviceable when not injured?


I never serviced him injured or otherwise. :tounge:

#2577747 Red Wings acquire Marek Zidlicky from NJ for Cond. 2016 3rd Round Pick

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 02 March 2015 - 04:49 PM

Yep, we've got our two 35+ year olds. We're good.


From the guy who started the "TANK IT" thread. Your sarcasm is high praise when paired with your track record of prognostication.

#2576382 Once again blowing a lead and giving up 3 goals

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 28 February 2015 - 08:29 PM

Final score.

#2573881 Zetterberg leaves after 2nd Period; "upper body injury"

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 23 February 2015 - 09:15 PM


I think you're a reasonable guy.  I've talked to you before and have no reason to think you're a fool.  I do, however, think that you (and other pro-fighting types) keep struggling to find reasons to validate fighting because if you don't find one sooner or later, you'll be forced to come to terms with the fact that something you find really enjoyable A) doesn't have any impact on the sport whatsoever, and B) is really, REALLY,f****** people's lives up. 


Fighting doesn't have any impact on the sport? March 26, 1997 called to disagree.


"This is a game that brought the Red Wings together," said Vernon, who picked up his 300th career win. "Whether it was the first-period fighting or the overtime goal, a game like this only helps give you confidence to go into the playoffs. When you go to the playoffs, everybody has to be ready to do the job and stay together. Tonight showed the guys were willing to pay the price."



"Certainly, I think that was the turning point as far as the Red Wings' success went. Up until that point, the Red Wings were close, but never tasted victory, and by that I mean Stanley Cup victory."



"After postseason heartbreaks in 1994, '95 and '96, the Red Wings finally developed a swagger on March 26, 1997, one that would carry them to three championships in six seasons."


#2572697 TANK IT! 2014-2015 Season

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 20 February 2015 - 08:14 PM

To me this is exactly the problem.  Holland appears to be briliant because a few of the talking heads identify that "this is the year the Wings don't make the play offs" and his teams continue to make the playoffs. 


That said he builds the best teams and better than anybody else that relies virtually entirely on the draft.  He builds a skilled, determined team with guys that have character.  Holland has always gotten the most of the draft.  But just making the playoffs every year is bad when it becomes obvious that your team is not built for the playoffs & when you autopsy the season and look at everything the forwards have to do defensively because the D us under served it is not favorable.  This is where we are at.  FA's think we are too far away so guys that Holland is willing to overpay a bit go to Washington; or they take less than Holland was going to pay to go to pitsburg or with the exception of Danny who is from the area and played with Nill's kid and was brought to the Joe his whole adult life to meet Nick & walk through the dressing room they choose to go to Edmonton (Shultz, whome the Wings wanted).... when  your number 2 D (is number 2), and you don't address this players take note.  When you are unsuccessful in over 6 years to bring in a guy to help the team & to steward the tallented guys coming up it is a failure. 


Who cares about making the playoffs every year if it handcufs your ability to assume risk where it is meaningful.  Legwand was not meaningful.  I don't see anything meaningful this year & I don't hold him accountable for that.  What I hold him accountable for is failing 6 years in a row to supliment his skilled drafting and player development. 



Guess you missed the memo about retooling instead of a rebuild. And the retool finally seems to paying off.


Guess he also missed the memo on the Wings management caring about making the playoffs. Clearly it's a priority to them.

#2572694 Jurco to GR

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 20 February 2015 - 08:09 PM

Hopefully it doesn't mess with his confidence, the skill is clearly there.


Is it? Other than size, what are people seeing in game from him?

#2564143 1/17 GDT : Predators 2 at Red Wings 5

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 17 January 2015 - 11:02 PM

Smith has been so good lately



Brendan smith isf****** terrible. Is anyone watching this knucklehead?



Rough shift for Smith. 


Late to the party, I know, but I'm still amused at how differently different people watch the same game.

#2563300 Brodeur retires. Named Sr. Advisor to Blues GM

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 14 January 2015 - 11:20 PM

Guy should play for as long as someone is willing to pay him. It's his life and career. Five years after he retires, 10 years, no one will remember that he "held on too long." He'll be remembered for a brilliant career.

#2558271 12/21 GDT : Avalanche 2 at Red Wings 1 (SO)

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 21 December 2014 - 07:53 PM

We're totally a contender guys.


Another fat guy maltby sighting

#2558088 12/19 GDT : Islanders 2 at Red Wings 1

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 20 December 2014 - 02:01 PM

1 5on5 goal in 4 games and counting.


You've turned into Fat Guy in a Maltby Jersey.