Interesting thing that you should bring that up. For ONCE, I saw a play that could have been called on us - a penalty on Draper - for holding toward the end of the first period. When they did not call it, I ran out and checked the skies. Lotsa luck there, because I couldn't see s***.
I realize that free speech is the general rule around here, but I'm going to ask you guys to keep the police hate to a more mature level of discussion.
If you don't like the police, that's fine. If you hate cops, good for you, that's your constitutional right. But if you're going to voice your displeasure over the enforcement of this rule by the members of the Detroit Police Department, at least be courteous enough to be civil about it. That said, If you REALLY want to discuss your hatred/distrust of police, the Political Discussion subforum would be the appropriate place to do so.
Long story short, feel free to voice your displeasure, but please keep the "f*** police" comments to yourself.
Found it! And I was right, it's the exact same loser who posted it this year too.
in·san·i·ty / inˈsanitē / Noun 1. Doing the same thing over and over again, expecting a different result.
Dan Bickley Stay Away, Red Wings fans
A WhiteOut shouldn't be stained with pockets of red. The interior of Jobing.com Arena should not resemble Santa Claus with a bloody nose.
In other words: Stay away, Red Wings fans.
With the Coyotes hoping to win the franchise's first playoff series since 1987, this is an appeal to all hockey fans in the Valley.
If you're a Coyotes fan, resist the urge to sell your tickets for profit, even if you're leaving good money on the table. Already in Nashville, the marketplace has been overwhelmed by Chicagoans hoping to cheer their Blackhawks on the road. The Predators see their home-ice advantage slipping away, and they haven't even played a game yet.
If you are a transplant from Michigan, hockey is in your DNA. But you live in Arizona, and chances are, you've grown to love what the Valley has to offer. Well, part of the landscape is a hockey team struggling for survival. So do the right thing. Keep the Red Wings sweater in the closet, and cheer for the home team. Just this once.
Under normal circumstances, a former Coyotes executive said there could be up to 5,000 Red Wings fans in the building for Games 1 and 2. But this year has been anything but normal. And to abandon the Coyotes now would be shirking your civic duty.