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#1950372 How will this series end predictions

Posted by RusDRW on 19 April 2010 - 05:17 AM

we'll lose in six games.

These two teams have different reasons to play in the play-off. Phoenix just want to go deep. Detroit plays for the Cup. However, our players understand that they cannot win it all this year. That's mental thing. We are much better at playing hockey anyway, we just do not have reasons to put all the efforts and beat them...

#1950359 How will this series end predictions

Posted by 10 Minute Misconduct on 19 April 2010 - 03:29 AM

Coyotes in 7.

Hope i'm wrong, Wings can win 3 in a row but if it gets to game 7 i'm afraid Phoenix wins at home.

#1950352 How will this series end predictions

Posted by Guest on 19 April 2010 - 02:25 AM

LOL at people saying Wings in 6. There is absolutely no reason to think the Wings will rip off three straight wins. NONE.

It sounds as if you've got a personal problem.

#1950308 How will this series end predictions

Posted by Rice on 19 April 2010 - 12:24 AM

Hopefully I'm wrong, but the Wings just look out of gas to me. Lots of hockey over the past few years. I think they're a better team than Phoenix but they just don't have the drive necessary this year.

Coyotes in 7.

#1949814 Ozzy for game 4?

Posted by Carman on 18 April 2010 - 05:31 PM

Not really a "fan" of any player on the team. But I have seen your replies. You will stop at anything to give a quick jab towards Osgood. You would think he would have shut up people like you after all these years. Guess not, though. Shoot 'em while their down. I guess you may have forgotten that Osgood played, cold...and rusty...agaist a hot Philly team. Not to mention they are playing desperate to make the play-offs and also are a high scoring team. He only let in 3 goals. So I think he could get it done once he gets warmed up. All he needs is 1 period.

Seriously though, I believe you, and like a few others, would rather see the Wings fail in the 1st round to get Howard some experience than the possiblity Osgood taking this team to another possible cup run. And nobody here knows if he can do it or not...Christ I just wish the fans would just root for the team than an individual.

Osgood sucks. :ph34r:

#1947959 Report: Hudler released from Moscow Dynamo

Posted by NBCnothingbutcrosby on 17 April 2010 - 11:07 PM

Get rid of the slow skating, traitor, money hungry midget. He turned his back on the organization for money... trade his ass, he isn't worth nearly 3mill a year anyway.

#1936384 Future stud for the Wings D?

Posted by Carman on 10 April 2010 - 12:36 PM

Hopefully he can develop his defensive play a little smoother than Kindl.

But Brendan has all the physical tools to be a great NHLer definitely have high hopes for him.

#1927033 Winter Classic 2011

Posted by Carman on 28 March 2010 - 09:38 AM

Wouldn't be a bad idea. The two best players in the game, two very good playoff teams, and conference rivals.

Seems like a given to me?

The Winter Classic is about making money, and this match-up would more than likely have the most draw than any other match up.

#1915737 Franzen

Posted by NotTooAbby on 14 March 2010 - 01:46 PM

I don't think he would have scored 50, not that he's not capable but because when we are healthy we roll 4 lines more than any other team. I think thats why we never see a 50 goal scorer and i'll take the depth over one superstar any day.

Agreed. There is no way Mule would have scored 50. Does he have the ability, Yes. But with our philosophy of rolling 4 lines it makes us more dangerous so that we dont have to rely on one player scoring 50. Depth will take us further in the playoffs than 1 superstar. Besides if that 1 superstar cools off, then you're screwed. At least this way you've got 9+ other guys who have potential to score.