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#1995027 Steve Yzerman

Posted by Seraph on 05 June 2010 - 09:21 PM

Here's some news. Steve Yzerman no longer plays hockey. You want him to sit in an office down the hall from Holland for the rest of his working career just so he can have some undying loyalty to this organization?

Sure, the man is an icon, but you have to remember, he is also a man. If he wants to take his family to Florida and pursue other interests, that's up to him. He was a career player for the Wings and helped turn this organization into a contender. He'll always be rememebered as such.


#1991326 New NHL 2010 finals commercial

Posted by Seraph on 29 May 2010 - 10:42 PM

I do like this... Has some old school Wings in it too.




#1989832 Steve Yzerman named TB's new GM

Posted by Seraph on 26 May 2010 - 02:42 AM

And whoever said it above was right. If he's successful in Tampa, there will be no coming back to Detroit. He'll devote himself to them like he did to us and bring them home a cup. That's just what Steve Yzerman does.


#1965304 Ovi's postgame

Posted by Seraph on 29 April 2010 - 03:54 AM

I wouldn't blame Ovie for coming off arrogant, upset, or whatever. He just finished a very successful season, lost a seven game series in the first round against a heavy underdog AND there are about thirty freaking microphones in his face asking him if this is the s***tiest point of his career. I wouldn't be enthralled either.

Truth be told, I don't think the Caps are built for the playoffs. They touted Ovechkin's captaincy as a representation of the attitude and excitement they want their club to bring to the game. I really don't think that whole spirit matches up well in high pressure, playoff situations. The Capitals right now are a highly offensive team with gunners on every line. They play to have fun, toss the puck around, and use raw talent to put the puck in the back of the net. That's not something you can harness, control, and kick up a notch when you're down a goal in a game-seven situation. It's not a system that you can "buy into," "prepare for" and "trust in" like Babcock always talks about. When it comes down to it, their "system" (or lack thereof), turns into a streak of sloppy runs at the net and a series of blocked shots. Montreal's game plan was obvious tonight: stifle whoever gets the puck because they probably aren't going to use their teammates--and it worked. I really think they are going to see some sort of coaching change, or at least they should, before they become successful.


#1953913 Ovechkin snows a child

Posted by Seraph on 22 April 2010 - 12:43 PM

I think what we need to be talking about MORE is why there is weird music and children waving hockey flags in the entry of the Montreal players. That is just creepy. It's like a weird ritual to them. Are they gonna bleed the kids from the neck after and sacrifice them to the hockey gods??

Good on Ovie for breaking down that awkward vibe a little.


#1952799 Jimmy's save without a helmet

Posted by Seraph on 21 April 2010 - 02:15 AM

Kronwall showing the proper way to get away with a cross-check :ph34r:

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Looks like a baby monster hatching... or is it??


#1951089 Samuelsson looking good at 2.5 million

Posted by Seraph on 20 April 2010 - 03:55 AM

Good for Sammy. He looks so cocky too these days when he scores as his Canuck buddies hug him and toss him about. I wonder why he couldn't snipe the corner of the net like he did tonight last year. Funny how these things work.


#1946819 Green Man suits next to the LA sin bin

Posted by Seraph on 17 April 2010 - 03:41 AM

If you're really complaining about a hilarious dude doing a handstand in a green suit next to the visiting penalty box, you may need to loosen up a little.


#1943192 800 posts for a game 2 victory

Posted by Seraph on 15 April 2010 - 04:08 AM

I like the Red Wings and cheer for them when they play.


#1938343 Phoenix Coyotes Forward Lines and Pairings

Posted by Seraph on 12 April 2010 - 03:46 AM

At least J-Ho will be getting his first playoff appearance against a team similarly lacking playoff experience. That way our boys can set the pace while he gets comfortable.


#1938310 Chicago gets Nashville

Posted by Seraph on 12 April 2010 - 01:43 AM

With Chicago's mounting injuries on the backend, their mediocre and inexperienced goaltending all pose for an upset for Chicago.

Don't forget to factor this into the equation too. Yikes. Everything is working against them.
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#1937991 Howard Becomes Yet Another Different Wings Playoff Starter

Posted by Seraph on 11 April 2010 - 07:25 PM

The only thing Osgood will be starting is possibly warm-ups. Howard has earned his playing time. The first few games are going to be a critical period for him to make or break his confidence. I have no doubt Ozzie will be ready if we need to call on him.


#1924961 Fan Fight in the Stands

Posted by Seraph on 26 March 2010 - 12:07 AM

It's the duck fan's fault for starting the fight in that position. You don't start a confrontation when you're on lower ground. The canuck guy isn't gonna just stop and say, "hey this is unfair, let's go find some level ground..." He's just gonna smash his head.


#1918796 Wings Transactions You Loved Which Unfortunately Failed

Posted by Seraph on 19 March 2010 - 03:14 PM

Definitely CuJo. He became my favorite goalie a few years before we got him. I think he single-handedly beat the Avs when he played for Edmonton in a first-round series. Of course, we all hated Colorado then. When we acquired him, I was totally stoked. But then he ended up playing in the minors and completely screwing up in the playoffs.


#1913632 10 Favourite Red Wings

Posted by Seraph on 11 March 2010 - 05:16 AM

1. Yzerman
2. Shanahan
3. Zetterberg
4. Lidstrom
5. Datsyuk
6. McCarty
7. Fedorov
8. Kronwall
9. Konstantinov
10. Helm

For a good number of years, #91 was at the top slot but gradually worked his way down. Can't deny those years watching him as a kid and loving it.