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#2201347 Dry Island: The Flyers of Phildelphia.

Posted by LidstromIsASuperhero on 27 July 2011 - 08:50 PM

Whatever. Whether they liked to drink or not, they were still the best players on the team. I wouldn't want a coach telling me how to live my life either. I bet in time they willl be glad they got traded away. LA will be better than philly next year anyway.


#2192605 Avs Retiring Forsberg's Number

Posted by 55fan on 30 June 2011 - 04:28 PM

It will be hung from the rafters with a bungy cord.

Jersey goes up. Jersey changes its mind. Jersey comes down...


Just think... if he hadn't given Igor that extra shove, and if Igor had not objected...


#2187684 No, No, NO! Jagr interested in Detroit.

Posted by e_prime on 21 June 2011 - 08:09 PM

If Nik Lidstrom told you guys to jump off a bridge...



Uh, yeah... I probably would.


#2187722 No, No, NO! Jagr interested in Detroit.

Posted by Konnan511 on 21 June 2011 - 09:53 PM

If Nik Lidstrom told you guys to jump off a bridge...


I'd do it.


#2187679 No, No, NO! Jagr interested in Detroit.

Posted by Never_Retire_Steve on 21 June 2011 - 08:03 PM

If Nik Lidstrom told you guys to jump off a bridge...


#2187712 No, No, NO! Jagr interested in Detroit.

Posted by Never_Retire_Steve on 21 June 2011 - 09:36 PM

Uh, yeah... I probably would.



I might consider it.

Really, though, Lidstrom is the only player whom I never criticize. I always assume that he knows what he's doing and that if I disagree, then I'm just wrong.


What the f*** is wrong with you people?


#2187647 No, No, NO! Jagr interested in Detroit.

Posted by darkmanx on 21 June 2011 - 05:40 PM

Why does Kenny Holland keep signing over-the-hill geezers. We are becoming a nursing home rather than a hockey team. Say NO to Jagr and NO to any players over 35 (unless they are named Selanne or Lidstrom.


Why take Selanne but not Jagr ? If Selanne could put up over 80 points, im pretty sure Jagr could do close to the same with Pavs feeding him. No one knows what hes capable of doing, but there is no reason to doubt he can still play the game.

Radulov, 80 pts = 20+60, runner up has 66 points, Jags is on 10 place with 53 points.
http://www.khl.ru/st...eaders/185/pts/

Jagr's stat for the last 3 years in khl is right here: http://www.khl.ru/players/13851/
2008-09: 53 pts
2009-10: 42 pts
2010-11: 50 pts

Sure, it is not exactly bad. But this is KHL. As far as I remember Radulov was nowhere near the top scoring title in the NHL. His best was somewhat around 50 points.

If, god forbid, Jagr is signed, do not expect more that 20 points out of him. If he plays with Dats or Zeta, he's going to wear them up and expect their production to go down a little.


last time I checked Hudler was still in a roster. Am I missing something here? who said he's gone once Jagr's signed?

I quit smoking 7 year ago. But there is a danger for me to start drinking heavily if Jarg signs with Red Wings :)


Clearly your smoking has long term effects on your brain. You sound like your going to slit your wrists with every post about Jagr.


#2187628 No, No, NO! Jagr interested in Detroit.

Posted by LeftWinger on 21 June 2011 - 04:04 PM

ARE YOU F-KING KIDDING ME?!!

I was out of town and away from internet for a couple of days. And now I am shocked and terrified when I saw the development on this story. I have almost vomit when I read 'Wings offered 2 mils'...

ARE YOU F-KING KIDDING???!!!

This idiot himself has to pay Wings no less than $2 mils to play for the team and he has to pay for a couple thousand season tickets and give it away for charity and then, and only then Wings may consider him...

Mr. Holland, please PASS ON!!! Please do not ruin Nick's last year and his run for the Cup!!!

:blink: Wow....

...when he scores 25-30 goals and has 60+ points, I wonder if people will still be acting this way?
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#2186232 No, No, NO! Jagr interested in Detroit.

Posted by blueadams on 16 June 2011 - 02:39 PM

Just say NO!

He IS a has-been. and he IS an idiot!

We don't need idiots in this locker room.


Say hello to your new top six forward!! http://www.mlive.com..._red_wings.html

Jagr's coming and there's nothing you pathetic, bitter, whining, moaning, b****ing losers can do about it!!

LINES!!!!!

Jagr-Datsyuk-Holmstrom
Franzen-Zetterberg-Bertuzzi
Hudler-Filppula-Cleary
Abdelkader-Helm-Eaves/Miller
Mursak
Emmerton

Lidstrom-Wisniewski
Kronwall-Stuart
Ericsson/Smith-Kindl
Janik

Howard
Larsson/Nabakov


#2184880 14 Years Ago Today

Posted by superstarsingh on 13 June 2011 - 02:39 PM

Hard to believe that it was 14 years ago today that Vladdy had the accident. What a crying shame. He has made a very solid recovery for the severity of his injuries. Get your Konstaninov jerseys out guys!


#2119920 Bettman threatens Edmonton.

Posted by Carman on 21 February 2011 - 01:13 PM

Carman,
I'm a little confused on "my made up idea"? I'm just stating that Bettman pumps life in these welfare clubs and smacks around the Canadian Clubs as well as the big clubs in the league! Bettman keeps stating how parity in the league has made for great races in the 2 Conferences. It seems his parity is actually taking life away from teams like Edmonton and the Islanders to help pump life into the welfare teams. Sure the Oilers have young talent, but are going to have to release their vets to keep the young talent or let the young talent walk and once again find themselves with lower attendence and crappy "parity" hockey and in a new arena! But hey, we can debate this all day long I suppose.


There is plenty to criticize Bettman on. This instance I feel is a major stretch. He's actually trying to help the Oilers, he's saying the same things he's said about the Islanders situation, he's not being any "harder" on Canadian teams, and to think that as a conspiracy is just, I don't know, not right? His job is to represent the owners, so of course he's going to battle for the "poor", if he wasn't good at his job he wouldn't be in his position for almost 20 years.


#2175240 Congratulations to the Sharks

Posted by Electrophile on 13 May 2011 - 04:58 PM

Rule 1: Never congratulate the team that beat you, whether it look them 4 games or 7. They beat you, they didn't graduate summa cum laude from Harvard.

Rule 2: Never hope for them to continue winning now that they've eliminated you. That would be like asking an ex-girlfriend/boyfriend to send you tapes of themf****** their newest partner while you're still single on the couch eating Haagen-Daaz by the quart.

Rule 3: Don't post that tripe here right after we lose a hard-fought series where we came back from the brink of being swept.


#2175073 Congratulations to the Sharks

Posted by EasyMark on 13 May 2011 - 12:38 PM

Thanks for the freedom. thats awesome of you to do. But it's just not worth the time and effort to make he/she look stupid. I think they already done that themselves. I think personally the ban hammer should come down on them. Posting pictures of babies and running their mouth is just too much after a heart breaker like that.


That's it? That's all you got?

C'mon, you're not trying. Vent away. I feel your pain. I enjoy your pain.

So fire away, it's a win-win for us both.


#2175113 WCSF Game 7 GDT: Red Wings 2 at Sharks 3

Posted by azshark on 13 May 2011 - 01:36 PM

I used to be a fan, but I'm so over Joe Thornton. Especially after hearing the post game interviews of him. Hearing him say how they don't care what people are saying, they knew they could do it. blah blah blah.

Thornton, Heatley, and Marleau account for almost $22 million of cap space.

Marleau had one point. (Who cares if it's the series winner. Had he showed up earlier there wouldn't have been a game 7)
Heatley had a goal and three assists.
Thornton had zero goals and 6 assists. 4 of which came on the power play.

Those guys were carried by players like Couture, Setoguchi and Clowe. (Guys who really stepped up their game in the postseason (If you're keeping score those guys together eat up less than $7 mill cap space). So it was a little hilarious to here Joe going on about how he believed. I guess the part he wasn't saying was he believed "that my teammates would save my ass."

How about throwing some more love to the guys who carried you Joe?


Joe Thornton played his ass off this entire series. Just ask the RW players and coaching staff.

It's not all about the cute stats you looked-up. It's about contributing.

Heatley played a great series in my book. He played responsible with the puck in his end and did a great job containing the neutral zone.

Marleau stepped-up large last night. Not only with his BAM...game winner, but with a great defensive play way late in the game.

Better team won last night.


#2174330 Congratulations to the Sharks

Posted by Aussie_Wing on 12 May 2011 - 10:54 PM

Are you serious? I freaking hate the Sharks, not just because they beat us, but because I actually hate the majority of their players.