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#2270261 Spencer Abbott Wings next draft steal !

Posted by king_malice on 14 March 2012 - 08:17 PM

Just talked to Abbott's older brother he told me the Wings have contacted Spencers agent along with 19 other teams so far, but nothing until after the season is over, teams just want there interest to be known

#2246277 Brad Stuart to the West Coast?

Posted by king_malice on 17 January 2012 - 01:50 AM

just go BIG,With the Ducks almost 100% out of the playoffs get a deal done for Ryan, Stuart will be out in California which seems like he wants to be back out there and the Ducks get much needed help on D

TO ANA- Stuart,Hudler,1st or 2nd round pick, and a prospect

To DET- Ryan and Brookbank

or something like that....

#2244927 Cammalleri traded

Posted by king_malice on 12 January 2012 - 09:38 PM

Back to LA

my guess is Vancouver

#2244663 Spencer Abbott Wings next draft steal !

Posted by king_malice on 12 January 2012 - 06:12 PM

5'10" 175lbs.

Ya, that is exactly what we need...like another hole in our head.

So what do we need a 6'5 220 that hits/fights and doesnt put up PTS.....?

#2114415 Ilari's turn ?

Posted by king_malice on 10 February 2011 - 07:32 PM

on a side note is it just me or has Ericcson gotten softer this season ? its just everytime i see the guy play he's skating off checks and it drives me INSANE! for his size he should be hammering guys

#2114402 Ilari's turn ?

Posted by king_malice on 10 February 2011 - 07:08 PM

A lot of Kindl's mishaps can be attributed to being a novice in a pro league. Everyone has rookie mistakes and they learn from them. If Holland brings up Smith to replace Kindl, I don't think we're going to see much better hockey. Even if Smith has more athleticism than Kindl, right now he has less pro hockey experience, and that's just as crucial.

As far as bringing up I Flip, if it even happens, he's going to be playing bottom line minutes like Tatar and Mursak did, not getting second line minutes and again its because of lack of pro experience. You don't want a novice out there against top six opponents for 15 minutes/night. Even if they have a great skill set, they're still ignorant to the pace and tendencies of the NHL.

I agree totally im just saying Kindl is playing poor because he is a rookie but I think Smith should get a shot to gain some pro experience even if he doesn't do much better then Kindl.

id be happy with these lines for a couple games



#2114387 Ilari's turn ?

Posted by king_malice on 10 February 2011 - 06:30 PM

The only reason i say Smith is because Kindl isnt playing so good right now anyway and i wouldn't mind sitting Draper,Miller or Eaves for a game or 2...I'm pretty sure Filppula is leading the Griffs in PTS and was the only All-Star if im not mistaken

#2103381 Trade for a new back up?

Posted by king_malice on 22 January 2011 - 03:58 PM

take a risk Ray Emery !!

#2023553 Would You Buy A Modano Jersey?

Posted by king_malice on 07 August 2010 - 01:38 AM

ive got a Helm,Yzerman,Fedorov,Franzen,Datsyuk,Zetterberg,Howe,Shanny,Terrible Ted and a Probert jersey i would probably get a Modano one add it to the collection

#2015887 Red Wings Making Play for Modano

Posted by king_malice on 16 July 2010 - 02:00 PM



#2010996 Red Wings Making Play for Modano

Posted by king_malice on 06 July 2010 - 07:50 AM







Modano #91

While the Detroit Red Wings continue to pursue unrestricted free agent Mike Modano, the NHL's All-Time leading scorer amongst American-born players has yet to make a decision on his future.

"They're selling it pretty hard," Modano told ESNPDallas.com. "Having a team like Detroit really interested in me is flattering. I could have some fun playing with some great players and a great organization. There's a lot of upside to it. But for me, I need to figure out in my head what I want to do."

A native of nearby Livonia, Michigan, the 40-year old Modano has spent his entire 20 year NHL career with the Stars organization, helping the team capture the lone Stanley Cup title in franchise history in 1999. He was informed by the Stars last week that he would not be offered a contract for the upcoming season, however Stars general manager Joe Nieuwendyk kept the door open to a possible return to the organization for Modano in an executive level.

Modano had 14 goals and 16 assists in 59 games with the Stars last season. In 1459 career games he has 557 and 802 assists.

"He's a local boy, a Hall of Famer, yeah, I'm interested," Detroit general manager Ken Holland told the Detroit Free Press last week. "We've had good success through the years in getting the most out of players that are nearing the end."

#2010433 the wings may be big free agency players

Posted by king_malice on 05 July 2010 - 02:07 PM

Chirelli and Chara met today for the 2nd time to talk about a ext. Chirelli said there going to talk again soon.

I dont think its going to be bad, well losing Lids is going to be but 100% Holland has to go out and bring someone in to fill his spot.....well i sure hope he does anyway

#2010425 the wings may be big free agency players

Posted by king_malice on 05 July 2010 - 01:57 PM

D in 2011 UFA just to name a few


RFA is STACKED.....Id pay the price of draft picks for the bolded guys for sure if Lidstrom retires......but i highly doubt there teams let them go, hopefully CHI is still in cap trouble




Gagne(if he can stay healthy this year maybe)
David Backes could be solid, right handed shot

#2009692 Simon Gagne waives no trade clause

Posted by king_malice on 03 July 2010 - 02:18 PM


Did either of you notice that Bobby Ryan already got offered $5m? Any sheet that he'd be willing to sign would almost certainly exceed $6m. The Flyers would be on the hook for several high draft picks. Do you really think they'd do that? Do you honestly think the Ducks wouldn't match it?

They're wanting to move Gagne because he's horribly injury-prone and he costs a lot of money and cap space. He has missed an inordinate amount of time since the lockout.

actually smart guy who thinks he knows everything, if you did you would know that Ryan got offered 5yrs and that was the problem the 5-6mill is fine he and his agent have said he wants a 2-3 yr deal with the Ducks not a long term one.

#2009688 Simon Gagne waives no trade clause

Posted by king_malice on 03 July 2010 - 02:01 PM

Surprisingly, the Gagne stuff does not appear to be about a goalie....Not Thomas, and Not Nabokov (who I now feel is heading to Russia) I don't think it's about Kovalchuk (could always be) ...I believe, this is all about Bobby Ryan...that would be my guess.

The Flyers rarely ask players to waive NTC. This is only the second time I can remember them doing so (They asked JR to waive when they signed Forsberg). Ed Snider is old school and very loyal. He would only go to Gagne if he had something definitive that he couldn't pass up.