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Some better pressure there, but this sloppy passing is going to come back and bite them hard if they don't tighten it up. Also, they need to hit a bit more, the Rangers seem to be much harder on the puck.
Great GDT as always. I have a feeling the new acquisitions will gel nicely. Goose on the third line should get him a bit more space since the top enemy D will likely be focused elsewhere. Talbot is due for a stinker. Hopefully the Wings pylon Yandle like they did in the playoffs a while back. Let's Go Wings!
Edit: wow, somehow it quad posted, sorry about that.
lol I just noticed your sig. Whoever typed that must have been drunk as f***. Or huffing gas.
That was one of the all-time best drunk posts on the forum.
On topic: I like the Zidlicky signing. Not too costly, and, more importantly, we keep our high end prospects. I agree that it is a band-aid fix, not a long-term solution. I think he will help the PP more than a lot of people think.
I was surprised by this, as I thought Dallas would resign him since he had good chemistry with Spezza. I liked Janmark as a prospect, but I think he is a C+/B- level prospect with upside. Backman, as others have said, likely burned his bridges and isn't much of a loss as he wasn't going to make the big show in Detroit. I think it was a fair trade with a big early advantage for the Wings if he stays healthy. I also agree with the Dallas Drake analogy. Kenny has done well with this one.