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#2392127 Money on the Board - playoff style!

Posted by Jersey Wing on 30 April 2013 - 01:47 PM

5$ for every Wings win.

1$ for every goal by Z or Datsyuk.

1$ for every LOSS by both Pittsburgh and Chicago.




#2392013 WCQF Game 1 GDT : Red Wings 1, at Ducks 3. (Anaheim leads, 1-0)

Posted by Jersey Wing on 30 April 2013 - 09:15 AM

Doesn't a #7 seed always manage to beat a #2 seed? It's like the 12 vs 5 matchup in the NCAA hoops tourney. Why not us? 

 

WHY NOT US I SAY!!!!!!!!!!!




#2391499 2013 Round 1 Photoshop War: Anaheim Ducks

Posted by Jersey Wing on 28 April 2013 - 06:46 PM

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#2390454 4/27 GDT - Red Wings 3 @ Stars 0

Posted by Jersey Wing on 27 April 2013 - 01:08 AM

There's a REASON the Wings haven't missed the playoffs since 89-90. There's a REASON they're going to go to Dallas and get a point or two and keep the streak alive. The REASON is they're the Detroit Red Wings. There's a pride inside the sweater you don't always see elsewhere. I'd be stunned if they didn't win tonight. 

 

Get the Photoshop thread ready, I wanna destroy Patrick Kane




#2390005 4/25 GDT: Predators 2 @ Red Wings 5

Posted by Jersey Wing on 25 April 2013 - 10:34 PM

One thing that cannot be overlooked. This team really started hitting on all cylinders and doing the little things right after they got rid of Larry Murphy.




#2378479 Official NHL Trade Deadline thread

Posted by Jersey Wing on 02 April 2013 - 07:46 AM

I'd be interested in picking up Pominville. Past that there's not a lot out there being dangled I'd want to give up too much for. He could add some pop to the right side and when and if everyone is healthy it'll keep guys hopping to get in the lineup. I agree with Holland that they have plenty of depth on defense, enough for whatever playoff run may happen. 

 

That being said I'd almost stand pat with this roster and this farm system. Things are going to open up BIG TIME this offseason with the allowed buyouts. Perhaps more teams from the west with players who would fit would be more likely to trade with the Wings when they have gone east. 

 

I love my Red Wings and it is because of this I'll give them a reset on this abortion of a 48 game season if they lose in the first round or even miss the playoffs. The heavy lifting where this franchise will be built starts in July.




#2370336 3/16 GDT : Red Wings 5 at Canucks 2

Posted by Jersey Wing on 16 March 2013 - 11:15 PM

Luongo is having Nam flashbacks if by Nam you mean Chicago.




#2370104 3/16 GDT : Red Wings 5 at Canucks 2

Posted by Jersey Wing on 16 March 2013 - 09:18 PM

Does the ref get a secondary assist on the goal at 6 seconds for dropping the puck to start the game?




#2356230 2/15 GDT : Anaheim Ducks 5 at Red Wings 2

Posted by Jersey Wing on 15 February 2013 - 10:21 PM

It's games like this that make me wish I could write the headline for either the News or the Free Press for tomorrow: "Wings Play Like Ass, Fall to Ducks 5-2"




#2345370 Tomas Holmstrom Retires

Posted by Jersey Wing on 23 January 2013 - 10:04 AM

When Homer arrived I heard he called himself the 'Demolition Man' and I was quite skeptical. You're gonna have to PROVE that I thought to myself. Well here we are all these years later and boy did he ever prove it. Holmstrom's legacy will be that whenever someone plays close to his style or takes abuse out front of the net to score a goal they'll be called a "Holmstrom type player" and that is high praise indeed having your own style. Rest your body Homer, it's too bad the fans couldn't have bought you a nice La-Z-Boy as a going away present.

 

I think it'd be hilarious if not against fire codes if they put a big bronze Homer statue blocking one of the doors at the Gordie Howe entrance at JLA.




#2335689 Sheahan arrested for "superdrunk" driving

Posted by Jersey Wing on 08 December 2012 - 07:41 PM

Wow, I'm just catching up on this now. A bad situation for this young man. Time to get right. The saddest part is he'll never live down being arrested in that Avalanche sweater.


#2330989 Z basically says Bettman should be fired

Posted by Jersey Wing on 08 October 2012 - 05:59 PM

Gary Bettman admitted he'd never been to an NHL game in his life before becoming commissioner and has run the NHL like a guy who had never been to an NHL game before becoming Commissioner.

Any time Bettman says he feels for the fans or mentions the fans being the real losers in his lockout how would he know? He's not an NHL fan.


#2320219 Flyers sign Weber to offer sheet: 14y/$110m ($56m 1st 4yrs)

Posted by Jersey Wing on 19 July 2012 - 09:03 AM

A couple points. I know the first one comes off as arrogant but whatever. I think Nashville fans have been shown their place in the NHL pecking order over the last month. It's not a destination for players. It is a place where guys go until they are ready to go make serious money elsewhere. Nashville may well match Philly's offer but once Weber signed it it was clear he too wanted out of Smashville.

Next point, where does the Preds franchise go from here? Their two top players courted, one gone already and another perhaps days away from leaving. Their fan favorite and energy guy signs with a rival. Not a lot to draw the locals. An NHL franchise has always been iffy in Nashville, they collect mounds of revenue sharing cash, Bettman had to overstep the bounds of decency to keep them in Nashville. I just can't see where this offseason does anything but "retards" (And don't get up in arms over that word it is being used properly here) their growth, growth they felt was putting them up there with the NHL big boys. Alas, the Preds get to stay at the kids table for the next few Thanksgivings.


#2316566 What happens if the new CBA lowers the Cap?

Posted by Jersey Wing on 06 July 2012 - 07:52 PM

An excellent point made here by Pierre Lebrun at ESPN which should give Wings fans much hope some good players could show up yet:

In the end, Detroit has another avenue: wait it out until the new collective bargaining agreement is signed, sealed and delivered. Several teams I’ve spoken with over the past few weeks believe there will be bargains to be had on good players come September, October or November -- whenever there’s a new CBA -- because some overspending teams will have miscalculated and will need to get rid of players to get under the new cap. At least a half-dozen teams I know of are waiting for this. Detroit could benefit from that as well.

Much more on the Wings and a good read in general:
http://espn.go.com/b...-and-rick-nash?


#2314393 Ryan Suter agrees to 13-year, $98-mil deal with Wild

Posted by Jersey Wing on 04 July 2012 - 11:14 AM

Well he's now free to play in front of family and friends and get quick escapes to his farm in Madison without the pressure of ever having to win. What a great deal for Suter, one that says "I'm not the warrior everyone thought I was."