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evilzyme

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#2276428 4/1 GDT : Panthers 1 at Red Wings 2 (SO)

Posted by evilzyme on 01 April 2012 - 02:37 PM

Jesus christ, what the hell is the name of the song they keep playing during warmups. I cant think of it for the life of me, its the sax jazzy warmup song. Ughhh


#2276411 Pens vs Flyers

Posted by evilzyme on 01 April 2012 - 02:22 PM

Bulls*** move by Disco Dan to play his 4th line and try running his players.


#2276124 Babcock's after game comments

Posted by evilzyme on 31 March 2012 - 06:22 AM

It's not feeding the drama-hungry fans. It's calling the players out.


He doesnt need to address the players through us fans. Babcock doesnt like cameras or any sneak peek into his team. He will keep the public under one impression and i guarantee he went into that locker room singing a different tone.


#2275604 3/30 GDT : Predators 4 at Red Wings 1

Posted by evilzyme on 30 March 2012 - 10:10 AM

Ahh yeah! Me and 15 of my buddies will be at the game tonight, and Jimmy Howard just got the nod. BOOM baby.


#2274534 The reason The Wings shipped Mike Commodore

Posted by evilzyme on 27 March 2012 - 11:56 AM

I'm happy he decided to stay another year in college. The problem with these youngsters is the drive to play in the NHL right away, when they fail to understand the concept of development. If you honestly think this guy could just come into the NHL and be successful, well congrats, but it most likely wouldn't be that way. The development process of the Red Wings organization doesn't get mimic'ed because it doesn't work.... it's because it makes sense. We're talking a young college D-man who would be prone to make numerous turn overs and bad plays while changing to the pace. The NHL is filled with players at his level, and well beyond his level... the CCHA is not. It would be a joke, and honestly I would be pissed if his parents were talking him into going the easier route and signing with a team that would ALLOW him up that early. Sign with an organization that knows what their doing, earn your spot in the lineup, and trust me, you'll be a better player down the road. His time with the organization and development with the Griffins, would only make him better.


#2274483 JUCK UCKING POTT!

Posted by evilzyme on 27 March 2012 - 09:25 AM

I wouldn't go as far to say that we are playing the way we should, but we are certainly getting back to the lineup that we're used to. Hopefully they can restore some chemistry with the last few games of the season and be ready for round 1.


#2274038 Happy Turtle Day

Posted by evilzyme on 26 March 2012 - 08:10 AM

I was at this game with my dad!


#2273227 Lidstrom still out

Posted by evilzyme on 23 March 2012 - 07:35 PM

Really? And who do you have in mind to take over as Captain? Must be someone the Wings havene't acquired yet. Hand out a few more lifetime contracts and then what? NOBODY wants to play tough and go to the hard areas of thef****** ice to score. This pile of injuries has shown with Zetterberg and Lazyassed Franzen exactly what happens when players get comfy with their retirement package.


You don't think Zetterberg can handle being captain? How can you possibly say something like this... you sir, have lost your mind.


#2272958 So who could the Red Wings get in the offseason?

Posted by evilzyme on 22 March 2012 - 12:37 PM

K well if u wanna see homer sit in the press box he can return. Hes not contributing enough anymore. Cleary is going to have continuing injury issues and should be traded imo. There are players available for less money that are more effective now. Hudler is pathetic. He should be gone.


Whom is going to take a trade for a player that has known horrible medical history with his knee? I mean, the dude can barely get up stairs some days... I just don't see us shipping or someone taking that contract off of our hands. Hudler MAY be traded, depends on the potential seen by the front office and if they're content with his stay. I feel like homer would have a giant impact on Lidstroms return. And honestly, I don't care how much people talk s*** about homer, that boy busts his balls each and every night. The best image last night was straight off the face off homer just charging the crease not giving nay f*** was in his way. The boys a demolition man, and called rightfully so. You don't know how much you miss something until its gone, and how much heart and dedication that man puts in night after night... you'll miss something like that.


#2272946 New Pavel Datsyuk interview from Dmitry Chesnokov

Posted by evilzyme on 22 March 2012 - 11:54 AM

We all know he's getting better with his english, and is being accustomed to America... but this interview was just so emotional to me. This was Pasha really speaking out for one of the first times, it seems like hes opening up more. The whole segment about his camps, and how he suggest to parents if they do come in contact with coaches that would prevent their players to go to a camp that they would benefit from to simply drop them because its a dead end. The whole segment about his parents, his love for hockey and how fresh he feels. I just liked everything about this interview, not like the normal pasha interview, but more.


#2272436 Radulov Returns

Posted by evilzyme on 21 March 2012 - 11:52 AM

I hope Matt Cooke knocks his brain matter into 2014.


Besides the whole Matt Cooke thing getting way out of proportion especially with his recent play, I certainly wouldn't wish injury on any person regardless. Very immature thing to say...


#2272160 Alex Radulov returning nhl playoffs?

Posted by evilzyme on 20 March 2012 - 12:15 PM

Since i've just given updates, i'll tell you how I feel about the Radulov thing. I like it, and actually wanted it to happen. Should he be allowed to play in the playoffs or this season? I don't think so, and I think they're exploiting a loophole that isn't going to exist anymore after this. Anyways, I believe he left the NHL after the 08-09 season? Which means he hasn't been playing on the NHL regulation 85 x 200 ice surface, the pace of the game and passing will be affected. I'm sorry, but no matter what, changing sizes especially after being accustomed there will be a period of adjustment. I don't feel within 10 regular season games + playoffs he will be adjusted by then. What would be funny is if he really was exploiting this to get more money, got Suter and Weber to resign, and then took off for the KHL again.


#2268013 Kronwall Destroys Voracek

Posted by evilzyme on 07 March 2012 - 09:44 AM

Kronner needs to hold a summer camp to teach young wingers how to breakout along the boards.


#2266942 henrik zetterberg

Posted by evilzyme on 05 March 2012 - 07:14 PM

To get it fixed it will require time they don't currently have. On the short scale, it's one of those things were you want to keep playing on it in fears of what it would feel like once given the chance to set in. Maybe it would lock up on him if he were to take a few days off, so he continues to just wear on it.


#2266941 What do you think needs to be done to fix the PP/PK

Posted by evilzyme on 05 March 2012 - 07:12 PM

They need to convert. Everyone is looking to assist someone else, they just need to register to shoot the puck and go for secondary chances. They're dirty, but goals don't care what they're called as long as they count.