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In Topic: 1/29 GDT - Red Wings 1 at Lightning 5

29 January 2015 - 10:10 PM

We're being outplayed, but would still be in it if it weren't for a handful of softies let in by Mrazek.

Hull and Brodeur standing by each other is too much douchebaggery for my brain to comprehend.

I think Hull is needing the husky pants these days.  Step away from the doughnuts.


In Topic: 1/29 GDT - Red Wings 1 at Lightning 5

29 January 2015 - 09:28 PM

Well who thought that?people who are only looking at the standings I've always thought they are a behind the pack team and if they make the playoffs a first round exit if the defense doesn't improve. Which is still not bad but by Redwings standards disappointing given that this team hasn't seen the third round since 2009

Glad the doom and gloom twins are present and accounted for.


In Topic: 1/29 GDT - Red Wings 1 at Lightning 5

29 January 2015 - 08:03 PM

Mickey with the Ernie Harwell reference...stood there like the house by the side of the road


In Topic: crazy hockey dad

23 January 2015 - 09:04 PM

 

"Overreacting" is an interesting choice of words to use while defending a guy who was yelling, screaming, breaking glass because the refs at a midget hockey game screwed up a penalty call. 

 

Lets put it this way, if you find yourself getting angry over a midget hockey game...you're a douchebag. 

I get what he's saying.  While it may be douchey, it's hardly unusual behavior at a youth hockey game.  A parent slapping the glass is barely a blip in the radar.  The hockey moms are the worst.  My favorite is when they harass the "refs", who are usually 12 year old boys.  Or the ones that that are three bills shrieking at their five year old to skate harder and faster.  Good Times.


In Topic: Franzen on IR

23 January 2015 - 02:02 PM

I think it's splitting hairs by whether you call it a mental health issue or an "emotional issue"  But if a guy says that thoughts of trying NOT scoring a goal have crossed through his mind while playing, it's something that can't be totally ignored.  I'm definitely not a Franzen basher, but at times, he has literally looked like a guy who is afraid to be out there.  I don't think it's any more of a character assassination than it is to speculate about a player with a history of a physical injury who has been struggling on the ice might be having a recurrence of the injury.