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Member Since 08 Apr 2004
Offline Last Active Mar 19 2014 09:40 PM

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In Topic: Legwand to Detroit for Eaves, Jarnkrok + cond 3rd/2nd

05 March 2014 - 11:43 PM

This season was a waste when we played with ToToo, Samuelsson, Bertuzi and Cleary prior to the season start and didn't address defense. . Holland has been incapable of making trades

or acquiring talent unless the talent was Michigan bred and wanting to play for the winged wheel. The team has been in decline the last few years with no rudder or vision for the long term.

I have no issue with weeding out some of the young talent we don't want or won't need in trade for solid proven players...Ryan, Vanek etc....but this move was desperation and is more of the same.

Holland lost me last year and I stopped watching once the debacle of the opening roster was produced. Sorry Kenny I still hate you as a GM.

In Topic: Trade deadline fast approaching - who should we target?

30 January 2014 - 09:34 PM

I think we should target a GM that can actually make a trade.

In Topic: The Nyquist/Tatar Thread

10 December 2013 - 10:26 PM

Still can't believe a few weeks ago guys were telling me next year would be their year and to give them time. So clear these guys should have been starting from game 1.

In Topic: I'd like to talk about this off-season/next season

26 November 2013 - 10:45 PM

Holland will sign more losers long term and the young kids everyone wants to see will sit in GR. The only way we build a decent team going forward at this point is addition

by subtraction. Get rid of Holland and we can start the change, until then I think this team is rudderless.

In Topic: An honest question about Nyquist

09 November 2013 - 01:41 PM

I'll start watching the Wings again when they get serious about putting the best team on the ice and axe dead weight. Holland and Detroit seem complacent to keep talent down and expect support for

watching the crap they put on the ice. Nyquist 2014?? Really? If this is a business decision they are very poor businessmen.