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#2205769 I could have made it to the NHL!

Posted by stevkrause on 01 September 2011 - 08:02 AM

I'm actually surprised that as many people here have taken it as far as they have... impressive!


#2205642 I could have made it to the NHL!

Posted by Nightfall on 31 August 2011 - 03:26 PM

I could have made it to the NHL if....

I started playing hockey when I was 5 years old instead of waiting until I was 27.


#2205624 I could have made it to the NHL!

Posted by Din758 on 31 August 2011 - 01:42 PM

...if i wouldnt have smoked pot every dingle day in high school


#2205568 Who will get the final bobblehead?

Posted by sleepwalker on 31 August 2011 - 01:10 AM

Not to offend anyone but...


Honestly...why would anyone be offended by something that is posted by another anonymous person on an internet forum? Anyone who is needs to get a life, asap. ;)



Say what you gotta say, don't worry about prefacing it with things like "not to offend". Some people live such sad pathetic lives that they just look for things to be "offended" by. I say, f*** em...




#2205346 Who will get the final bobblehead?

Posted by jett1013 on 27 August 2011 - 09:52 PM

JOIN THE MOVEMENT. VOTE BOBBLETUZZI!!

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#2204508 Bold predictions for the year!

Posted by eva unit zero on 19 August 2011 - 03:20 PM

I doubt it since he's been offered up this past draft, and it appears nobody wants him...Imagine that?


He wasn't offered up as "please take him for anything" he was offered for a 1st round pick, in a year where Holland had plenty of cap space and there were many good free agent forwards. That's a huge difference.



#2204382 Bold predictions for the year!

Posted by eva unit zero on 18 August 2011 - 04:59 PM


Proof that Hudler had a decent year
.


Hudler was tied for 159th in forward scoring, but 233rd in ice time. Defensively, e was equal to or better than most forwards finishing with similar scoring numbers. There are 30 teams, and three forwards per line. Teams generally dress two as scoring lines. So finishing in the top 180 (30 x 6) means the player is a "top-six" forward in the league, 159th being a second line forward. But Hudler's rank of 233rd in ice time would place him as having been a third-line forward. So offensively, he produced above what his ice time suggested he should have. If he had ranked in the same range of scoring as his ice time, he would have scored about 25 points.

It's not the year he had in 2008-09, but it's not the terrible performance that LGW haters make it out to be.



#2204369 Bold predictions for the year!

Posted by Red Wings Addict on 18 August 2011 - 03:39 PM

Brunnstrom's best year by the age of 26, with top-six ice time, was 29 points in 55 games, or pace for 43 points. Hudler scored 37 in 73 last year, which included a huge scoring slump. Brunnstrom played top six in Dallas, Hudler has always been third line or below in Detroit. Brunnstrom is also consistently criticized by every scouting report for failure to backcheck, inconsistency, etc. Hudler's performance last season was, effectively, as good or better than anything Brunnstrom has EVER produced. And it is being called terrible. If you prefer Brunnstrom, that's fine, but you are also welcome to the unfortunate results of such a choice. Of course, the fact that Brunnstrom's ceiling closely matches a year that was very disappointing by Hudler standards, and has people calling for a 'bounce-back' year, tells me all that needs to be said.


Proof that Hudler had a decent year
.


#2204743 Anyone else a little excited

Posted by GMRwings1983 on 21 August 2011 - 08:35 PM

I'll be more excited when we get another player that can do this.




#2204562 Brunnström to try out for Wings

Posted by Motown4013 on 19 August 2011 - 11:28 PM

Meh I woulda rather seen Owen Nolan come and fill a Dallas Drake type role, cant hurt but doubt he get signed

Please tell me that is a joke...Brunnstrom has a future. Nolan has a future nursing home picked out.


#2204634 Should Homer Still Be On the Top Line?

Posted by hooon on 20 August 2011 - 08:03 PM

It's not about the line number, as I expect the third and fourth line to play relatively equal amounts (especially if Homer is on the first line and a thrd liner takes his place a few shifts a game). Abby has scored more in the AHL (per game) and is a better playmaker and shooter. Helm creates chances with his work ethic and speed. Rarely will we see Helm's line control the puck in the zone (outside of the cycle) and set up a pretty goal. Garbage goals are just as valuable, but they aren't the best predictor of offensive talent.

IMO Eaves- Helm- Mursak makes the best fourth line, and Abby's game should mesh well with Cleary and Hudler (making the line defensively sound, and Abby and Cleary have some offensive chemistry). Likely, Cleary would play in Homer's spot frequently, giving the fourth line just as much TOI.


I have always liked the idea of the Eaves-Helm-Mursak line. Fast. :thumbup:


#2204463 Zajac out 8-10 weeks

Posted by Travis on 19 August 2011 - 11:27 AM

Posted Image Oh dear, then sorry Travis but I have to agree with Crymson that was not a horrible joke...


Haha, I know it was.


#2204364 Zajac out 8-10 weeks

Posted by Travis on 18 August 2011 - 03:18 PM

Vanna is going to be so bummed.

Really, though. Tough loss for New Jersey going forward.


#2204391 Zajac out 8-10 weeks

Posted by Guest on 18 August 2011 - 05:39 PM

Vanna is going to be so bummed.


Horrible, horrible joke. -1.


#2203333 Bold predictions for the year!

Posted by RusDRW on 11 August 2011 - 03:44 PM

year full of injuries again