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WingedWheel91

Member Since 11 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active Mar 11 2015 08:29 AM
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In Topic: Will Wings Revisit Signing Phaneuf?

10 March 2015 - 10:50 AM

This summer:

 

Trade (all of the rumoured parts) Jurco, Smith, Weiss, 2016 1st and a 2017 Conditional 3rd for Phanuef (-1.5 Mill) and Kessel (-1.0 Mill)

 

Let Cleary walk, Let Monster  walk.

 

Try and trade Quincey knowing that his contract expires at the end of next season and Oulette can slide right in to his spot.

 

Plan the parade

 

ABDELKADER - ZETTERBERG - KESSEL

TATAR - DATSYUK - HELM

NYQUIST - SHEAHAN - PULKINNEN

MILLER - ANDERSSON - GLENDENNING

FRANZEN (LTIR?)

 

KRONWALL - ERICSSON

PHANEUF - DEKEYSER

QUINCEY - MARCHENKO

OULETTE

 

HOWARD

MRAZEK


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

29 January 2015 - 09:04 AM

Nice GDT - But I think you (accidentally) granted Jonathon Bernier's biggest wish...


In Topic: Do we need a trade to get our offence going ?

16 December 2014 - 04:32 PM

I just had a good laugh at all of the experts on here who contributed to the "Fire Ken Holland" thread, but are now reluctant to part with any of our "overripe" prospects because all of the sudden "they like our team" too.  And to everyone who understood that the current NHL landscape doesn't allow for any individual team to compete for the Stanley cup every year, please pat yourself on the back for defending him like I did.

 

As for a trade to "get our offense going" - We currently rank 6th in the NHL in GPG and 8th in PP% (all after scoring only 4 goals in 3 games in 4 nights). I think the question is "should we make a trade for a new goaltender who can make a save in a shootout?"... kidding.


In Topic: What happened to Calle Jarnkrok?

04 November 2014 - 08:44 AM

Who cares about Calle Jarnkrok? I'd Rather have Dylan Larkin


In Topic: Holland Wiki page edited

15 July 2014 - 08:10 AM

I'm very close to one of the players on this team (take it for what its worth) and I can tell you that a lot of free agents get hung up on the city rather than the organization. Based on the roster and the tradition, good free agents will listen and give us a meeting, but when it comes down to picking the right team (as long as they have similar offers) players are picking better places to live instead of to play.