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Mabuhay Red Wings

Member Since 21 Feb 2011
Offline Last Active May 24 2011 02:43 AM

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In Topic: Johan Franzen Watch Thread

03 May 2011 - 02:01 AM

In Topic: Who's the better coach?

03 May 2011 - 01:21 AM

You know, you could have said that to me privately in the Boosters forum.

Oh yeah, wait... you'd need to actually be one to do that.

Could've sent you a PM as well but I figured I'd save the hassle for everyone else who is skeptical. I don't care how much money you pay LGW. It doesn't change the fact that you're a terrible liar. Not that it matters to you but I actually have more respect for the trolls that come on here just to trash the Wings once a month and then leave because at least they're more honest about their intentions.

In Topic: Who's the better coach?

02 May 2011 - 11:18 PM

I'm still unsure why you are even on this forum.

It's just so he can act nice and polite and pretend that the Wings are one of his favorite teams while he gets off to seeing the Wings lose. Once that happens, he won't show up on here ever again until the next time the Wings play the Sharks in a playoff series. Sick bastard.

In Topic: game 3 lineup changes?

01 May 2011 - 09:34 PM

Sigh... I've ragged on Modano big time... But if Babs were to consider the idea, perhaps it might look something like this:


In Topic: Who's the better coach?

01 May 2011 - 09:12 PM

Babs always says that much of their defense is puck possession itself. In other words, offense. We've all heard a million times that if the Wings have the puck, the other team doesn't and that's the best defense of all. Therefore, perhaps whoever is in charge of the offense and designs plays on how to main possession, putting guys in the right spot to support the puck and whatnot should be held accountable. (Currently Walrus Mustache Paul MacLean).

McClellan was in charge of the offense. Thus, he was partially responsible for the Red Wings defense. This could partially explain why the defense was good when McClellan was here. Maybe the details in his offensive playbook helped the Wings play a puck possession style a little better than they do now.