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#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.

#2555265 Jonathan Bernier - Nelson Mandela Comments

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 10 December 2014 - 04:05 PM

Someone uploaded the interview to YouTube.

Sooooooo painful to watch.


Before opening his mouth, didn't Bernier's hairstyle give away his general lack of awareness?

#2553754 Alfredsson Set to Sign 1-day Contract with Senators

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 04 December 2014 - 04:27 PM

I have so much respect for Alfie, the guy doesn't hang on like Marty or Jaromir he actually listens to his body.


Jagr scored 24-43-67 last year. I'm pretty sure his body is telling him to put the puck in the net and the check in the bank. Good call, Jaromir.


I have so much respect for players who play as long as they want not how long "fans" think they should play.

#2553681 Contest For Two Nosebleed Tickets for Thursday's Game

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 04 December 2014 - 09:58 AM

Grats, Swayze!

#2551478 Saluting the fans

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 24 November 2014 - 11:20 AM

I'd be pretty disgruntled after not having won a Cup since 1967.

#2551391 Nestrasil Waived / Claimed by Hurricanes

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 23 November 2014 - 08:02 PM

Some people always think the grass is greener. In the NHL, that means blindly assuming every rookie/prospect is better than the devil you know.

#2548581 Ranking Wings Players by Draft Order

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 11 November 2014 - 03:28 PM

The player that stands out to me is Nyquist. We all know Z and Dats were drafted late. Old news (but still incredible finds!). Goose, though, is showing more and more promise. I was initially a skeptic because of his (lack of) size, but he has been consistently scoring in the NHL for a year and some of his moves are downright Datsyuk-ian. Great pick at #121!

#2546437 Very Chris Very, Very Osgood...very

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 03 November 2014 - 03:10 PM

I think Ozzie is trying to hard to be "professional" when he should relax and be more himself. I don't care if he's exceptionally polished; entertain me. Isn't he supposed to be a real character and prankster?

#2545606 Weiss sent down to GR- conditioning assignment

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 30 October 2014 - 05:06 PM

All the more reason to stay away from UFA's.


You going to call Holland and let him know because he keeps trying to sign UFA's?


According to this he is returning to Detroit to get his groin reevaluated, and they will go from there.


What if Weiss retires? Was damaged goods when he signed? What are the long term cap repercussions, anyone know?

#2544764 TANK IT! 2014-2015 Season

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 27 October 2014 - 05:59 PM


Niskanen, like Frank said was offered more by Washington. Erhoff wanted more term which Holland wouldnt give (plus IMO he is hoping to have a career year in Pit and then cash in next year like Niskanen).


When you say players took less, this comes from a report by I believe Ansar Khan regarding the Boyle/NYR. While the Wings did reportedly offer more money in total, they offered less per year. (3 years/12.5million @ 4.16million per, opposed to 2 years/9 million @ 4.5million per. Plus, Boyle reportedly wanted to play with St. Louis again, and he thought NYR had a better chance at a cup this year. Though i'm sure if Holland threw at him 3 years at 15million Boyle would have taken it.....but he didnt. Robidas reportedly signed in TO because it puts him closer to family, but I never heard how much Holland offered him.


Holland did make offers, but I he didnt appear to throw insane amounts at these players like other teams did (again, ala Wsh/Orpik).


Wow, I didn't realize you and Barrie were so important to one another. No need to defend the guy so rigorously. He's a big boy. For the record, here's a collection of Barrie's posts regarding Holland's rebuild plan and signing UFA's.


"I'm still not really sure what Holland could have done since 2009 to make things any better. We're rebuilding through the draft. With the Cap, and how over inflated the UFA market is, it's the way to go. We haven't missed out on a thing by not signing guys like Ehrhoff, Clarkson, and Wisniewski, or Suter or Parise to 13 years."


"I guess I was in the huge minority this offseason thinking we had a very good hockey team. Holland, stayed away from overpaying for UFA's, and built a team with a lot of depth. I'm not surprised we're 4-1-2."


"No worries they'll sign. Holland doesn't sign over priced UFA's for this reason. There's more then enough cap room to sign Tatar and DeKeyser, then Nyquist and Smith next off season."

"I'll take Kenny, who's building the team with the draft, isn't signing any over priced UFA's, and actually knows how the cap works."

"I think it's obvious Holland is building through the draft, and won't overpay for UFA's. Teams that build through the draft win Championships, teams that sign over priced UFA's don't."


Barrie's entire premise is based upon the false notion that Holland has refused to "overpay" UFA's since 2009. But it isn't for a lack of trying. Holland has made big, competitive, sometimes overpayment offers (Suter & Parise) to numerous players that haven't signed. That isn't Holland refusing to overpay. That's players rejecting his offers.



Holland threw just as much money at players as other teams. Those players signed for less or for the same money elsewhere. Barrie is acting as if Holland didn't offer such money. That's my point. Because the players didn't sign here, Barrie claims that Holland didn't try to pay them.

#2544691 Rating the Defense through 6 games

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 26 October 2014 - 05:50 PM

DD has a big shot from the point, is a good skater, and is very responsible. He's fine on the PP. Too many people get stuck on labels like "He's a defensive defenseman" while ignoring what a player actually does on the ice.


I'm not suggesting Smith shouldn't get time on the PP also. Just stating that DD is competent and will improve with experience.

#2541762 Weiss

Posted by Internet.Unknown on 17 October 2014 - 05:24 PM

Still makes sense.
Kenny didn't want XO (Babs guy on the opening roster).
Babs respond with benching Weiss, Kenny's (guy) signature.

Holland and Babs aren't teenaged girls in a fight over a favorite lipstick. Good grief.