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#2426991 Wings sign Stephen Weiss, 5-years, $24.5m

Posted by TheOwl on 05 July 2013 - 01:22 PM

BRUNNER, I LOVE YOU, PLEASE SIGN, PLEEEEASE




#2426150 Brunner Contract Talks

Posted by dirtydangles on 04 July 2013 - 08:13 PM

I went to the movies and came out hoping I would see that Brunner had been signed. :(

This sucks.

Were you watching Great Expectations?




#2425808 Brunner Contract Talks

Posted by AtomicPunk on 04 July 2013 - 11:57 AM

The fact that he is even discussing Cleary burns my bum.




#2426060 Brunner Contract Talks

Posted by The Axe on 04 July 2013 - 06:04 PM

The moment Brunner fields his first call from another team he is gone IMO


July 5

Dallas signs Brunner 5 years/15 million.

July 6

Columbus signs Filppula 5 years/22.5 million.

July 6

Holland signs Cleary 4 years 12 million.

October 5

Holland says we like our team.

April 2

Holland says that if Bertuzzi, Sammy, Helm, Eaves, and Franzen can all get healthy, it will be like landing 5 UFA's.

May 14

The Red Wings get bounced by the Maple Leafs.

May 19

Holland announces his intentions to begin talks with Samuelsson and Ericsson.

July 5

Ericsson signs 5 year/25 million deal with San Jose.

July 6

Holland resigns Samuelsson 2 years/5 million.


#2420805 Brunner Contract Talks

Posted by BottleOfSmoke on 19 June 2013 - 12:15 PM

So...Brunner has the same agent as Ryan Suter? FML

He's probably gonna sign with the Paris DoucheCanoes with Raphael Diaz for 18 billion dollars and 23 years so they can be the new Euro Thunderbuddies.

At least the Paris DoucheCanoes' farm team won the Calder Cup. Oh wait...

Is it wrong to be drunk at 10am on a Wednesday morning?


#2303064 Report: Alain Vigneault confirms Roberto Luongo wants to leave Canucks

Posted by VM1138 on 24 May 2012 - 04:53 PM

I'll be happy when I don't have to hear that anymore


Until he goes to Columbus and we have to hear it 6 times a year.


#2301857 Iginla

Posted by Johnz96 on 17 May 2012 - 02:38 PM

Iginla is exactly what we need. He is a sniper and would provide some much needed toughness. Nash would be good too but more expensive salary wise and for compensation in a trade. There is a lot of speculation that both will be available for a trade and that the Flames will go into rebuild mode.
I would part with Nyquist, Kindl and a first for Iginla but unfortunately it will probably take more than that for a 34 yr old who is in the last year on his contract for a team that probably won't make the playoffs next yr and will probably move on after that. He could probably score 50 goals again playing with the Wings and brings a lot more of what the Wings need than either Prise or Semin


#2301050 Babcock and Holland want to keep Homer.

Posted by Manoir on 13 May 2012 - 05:21 PM

The only positive of bringing back Holmstrom is that my Red Wing lineup in my Sega Genesis games will remain somewhat relevant.


#2296980 Detroit has inside track on Parise

Posted by hooon on 25 April 2012 - 02:02 PM

Could you imagine if they kept Suter and signed Parise?


Scary thing is they could afford it. LGW would implode.

If I'm Nashville, I'm making it my priority to give Weber and Suter ANYTHING they want. Nashville can afford to match what even the most desperate teams would pay for them. I'll be curious to see what they do with Radulov though. Given the limited amount of NHL time he's had, I can't really predict the range that his salary will be in.


#2289926 2012 Photoshop War: Predators vs. Red Wings

Posted by WingsFanInBeanLand on 17 April 2012 - 03:48 PM

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#2286741 Repercussions of Weber headslam

Posted by GSBrooks13 on 15 April 2012 - 09:25 AM

I think the NHL is stuck right now trying to have it both ways. They want to eliminate headshots with suspensions, but clearly believe that teams/players should have to police the game themselves (even if they won't say it). But I don't believe you can have it both ways, if you want players to police the game then you need to get rid of the instigator rule. The Wings kind of lucked out with Weber because he manned up and knew he had to fight Bertuzzi, but if you look at the Sens game Boyle didn't want to fight Carkner and ended up getting blasted a couple of times. That brings a dangerous area in where if you want retribution, but can't get it by fighting the guy face to face then chances are you're gonna try to hurt that guy in some other way (likely with a cheapshot of your own).


#2284570 2012 Photoshop War: Predators vs. Red Wings

Posted by King Crane on 13 April 2012 - 01:16 PM

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#2283680 Shea Weber fined for Zetterberg "headslam"

Posted by pondrocket on 12 April 2012 - 02:54 PM

And there Hank knelt to collect himself. Alone! This is a Kenny team. Sorry it is hockey. Webber should have been picking himself up off the ice. We don't have that dimension. That's part of why my favorite team will be golfing in 5.


#2283640 Shea Weber fined for Zetterberg "headslam"

Posted by wolverine1817 on 12 April 2012 - 02:19 PM

Weber smashes Zetterberg's head into the glass = $2,500. John Tortorella calls the Penguins arrogant and whiners = $20,000.


#2283637 Shea Weber fined for Zetterberg "headslam"

Posted by Salviaman on 12 April 2012 - 02:15 PM

This is why they don't deserve a hockey team in Nashville.