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#2592572 2015 Round 1 Photoshop War: Tampa Bay Lightning

Posted by Jersey Wing on 11 April 2015 - 11:15 PM

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#2585451 3/26 GDT: Sharks 6 at Red Wings 4

Posted by PenaltyShot 96 on 26 March 2015 - 07:21 PM

Put JD Martinez in to hit some home runs for us




#2585256 3/26 GDT: Sharks 6 at Red Wings 4

Posted by Smite on 26 March 2015 - 04:02 PM

One on my favorite GIFS. #TBT

 

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#2584828 3/24 GDT : Coyotes 5 at Red Wings 4 (OT)

Posted by PenaltyShot 96 on 24 March 2015 - 09:05 PM

Doan's a total Maple Leaf.

Sick burn! Can't believe the censors let that through


Guess Sheahan hit the post. That's a drink




#2584795 3/24 GDT : Coyotes 5 at Red Wings 4 (OT)

Posted by Franzine on 24 March 2015 - 08:57 PM

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#2584715 3/24 GDT : Coyotes 5 at Red Wings 4 (OT)

Posted by rick zombo on 24 March 2015 - 08:46 PM

Mike Smith lost his kid in a freak train accident.

 

Did he get the whistle?




#2584707 3/24 GDT : Coyotes 5 at Red Wings 4 (OT)

Posted by rick zombo on 24 March 2015 - 08:43 PM

Mike Smith would throw his own baby in front of a train if he thought it would get him a whistle or draw a penalty. 




#2584415 3/24 GDT : Coyotes 5 at Red Wings 4 (OT)

Posted by wings87 on 24 March 2015 - 07:14 PM

All I heard was lower body injury.


Lower body is so vague, it may as well mean he has crabs.


#2584406 3/24 GDT : Coyotes 5 at Red Wings 4 (OT)

Posted by jimmyemeryhunter on 24 March 2015 - 07:10 PM

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#2584222 The Futures of Tatar & Nyquist

Posted by Buppy on 23 March 2015 - 03:43 PM

congrats on being the only one to actually answer the question.

Hey, I answered it too, and much more succinctly. :)




#2583690 The Futures of Tatar & Nyquist

Posted by LeftWinger on 21 March 2015 - 12:06 PM

I would say that I think Detroit will not be in that same situation is because Ken Holland will not let his salary cap get out of control again.  Hudler left them once before for more money (to the KHL(which really soured me on him)) and then he was looking for top dollar again when he signed in Calgary. (by this time everyone wanted him gone so it was no big loss) So he was just looking for the biggest payday he could find.  When Filppula left, the going rate for a 2nd line center was through the roof and Holland's plan for the rest of the team (I believe that was the same year he went balls out for Suter) didn't have any room left under the cap for that going rate.  Holland will not let the cap control him again, he will contiue to grow his own talent, pay them accordingly and if the time comes where they are just looking for the payday and they no longer fit in the team cap structure, that is when he will lose them.

 

BUT, by the time Nyquist, Tatar, Mantha and Larkin are all in their primes here, we will no longer have to contracts of Dats, Z, Weiss and Franzen. Plus the hopes that the Cap increases slightly every year will also help.  By the time Ouellet, Sproul, Marchenko, Dekeyser are all in their prime, Kronner, Ericsson will be gone off the books or on their last small career contracts.  Same goes for Mrazek, by the time he is ready for that elilte contract, s*** stain's contract will be off the books.  I know Mrazek is a RFA soon, but I think he still has that one bridge contract he'll sign before his big one.

 

Holland has enough young talent spread apart from each other to where he probably won't have to worry too much about having 5-6 stars making top dollar all at the same time.

 

IMO, there are only two scenarios where he may lose ANY of his "kids." 1. They just don't want to be here, or 2. He trades them.  Like I said, the reason's Hudler and Fil left were more to do with wanting (some say deserving) more money than Holland had available without crippling his team.  Kenny will not let his cap get that close again.




#2582585 Lines Thread

Posted by Son of a Wing on 17 March 2015 - 12:24 PM

Datsyuk Vs Lovjoy round 2.

 

 

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#2582501 3/15 GDT : Red Wings 5 at Penguins 1

Posted by P. Marlowe on 16 March 2015 - 01:49 PM

Kerry Fraser's take on the game (TSN.ca):

 

Wes McCauley is a patient referee with very sound judgment. He is not one to overreact. I can guarantee that there was way too much being said from the penalty box, the players' bench and on the ice by the Penguin players that resulted in the unsportsmanlike conduct and misconduct penalty that was assessed to Kunitz at the end of the period. There was absolutely no need for Kunitz to go out of his way to slide the puck in the direction of referee McCauley who was standing at the Zamboni entrance waiting to exit the ice. When players engage in excessive whining and complaining, as it appeared the Penguins did in the first period, the referee will stop the 'drip' and shut off the tap by imposing a penalty. Teams can develop a reputation for whining no differently than players do for diving and embellishment.

 

The Penguins have earned the undesirable reputation with several of the referees for having too much to say. As a team, they need to turn off the tap on their own as they move toward the playoffs. The referees' patience has already worn thin.

 




#2580776 Helm injury update and a very good one too

Posted by FireCaptain on 12 March 2015 - 01:22 PM

Quit blaming the line combos on Babcock's perceived insanity. Pavel ASKED for Glendening.

 

Can we all just trust that the PROFESSIONALS usually have a really good idea what they're doing?

 

Edit: forgot the link: http://redwings.nhl....vid=DL|DET|home

 

 

DETROIT – Pavel Datsyuk has done it before, taking replaceable fourth liners and making them into valuable additions to the Red Wings’ top scoring line.

His latest reclamation project is Luke Glendening, the gritty fourth-line center who has arguably been the team’s most trustworthy penalty killer this season.

 

Pav wanted someone to work,” coach Mike Babcock said when asked about Glendening’s ascent. "He’s the guy who said ‘Put Glennie with me.’ So I put Glennie with him.”

Glendening is the latest bottom-six forward to join Datsyuk on the Wings’ top line, following Justin Abdelkader and Darren Helm, amongst others, who in the past worked as reliable puck retrievers for the Magic Man.




#2580648 All Purpose Grand Rapids Griffins Thread

Posted by Smite on 11 March 2015 - 08:00 AM

Another big win 13-0-3-0 in the last 16 games. They are rolling

 

Athanasiou had a beauty.