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#2369239 ryan miller available?

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 15 March 2013 - 09:33 AM

 
Wasn't the playoffs so I don't care. Bounced by San Jose so I don't care. 


That's pretty ignorant; and quite ridiculous.
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#2358496 Buffalo Fires Ruff

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 20 February 2013 - 10:55 PM

Shortened season, mid season, longest current tenured coach... Show the guy some respect and relieve him of his duties at seasons end. Classless act on behalf of the Buffalo Sabres organization.
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#2347257 Brad Stuart destroys Gabriel Landeskog

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 26 January 2013 - 06:14 PM

Wow! Why didn't he dish pain out like this in Detroit?! He gets his ass kicked after the hit though!




#2315907 Wings hire Tom Renney as Assistant Coach (3-year contract)

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 05 July 2012 - 04:17 PM

I approve of this!

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#2313611 Suter Watch: Decision today, down to Wings/Wild

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 03 July 2012 - 01:15 PM

Can we just sign both Parise and Suter please! I can't take much more of this suspense and waiting. :(


#2313265 Still no decision from Suter. Speculation abounds.

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 02 July 2012 - 08:19 PM

http://www.cbssports...-to-a-third-day




Stop the presses! No really, stop the presses. The NHL's free-agency frenzy has officially ground to a halt.
This year's top free agent, Zach Parise, announced Monday that he wasn't ready to make a decision on where he'll sign. Well you can say the same for the top defenseman available and, for some, the best player out there, Ryan Suter.
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Those tweets come courtesy of Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Why Minnesota? Well because the Wild are one of the teams making a push for Suter and Parise. They have money to spend and a roster that needs some sprucing, so they're going big.
It appeared for a bit Sunday night that the bidding for Suter was over, and he was going to sign with Detroit. But that report appeard premature. Although many have believed for months that the Red Wingswere the favorite to sign Suter away from the Predators, it didn't happen or wasn't all that close to happening. If it were, he would have signed the deal by now.
Once again, like Parise, Suter has every right to take his time on a big career decision. Sure, it might be stopping all of the next-level players from making their decisions, but it's a pretty important call to make in one's life.
It led to Justin Bourne of the Backhand Shelf blog to bring up an interesting idea -- well, expand on an idea brought forth by Elliotte Friedman of the CBC. It's not often that its suggest the NHL emulate the NBA, but the Association might have it right with the way it handles free agency.


With the new CBA being negotiated this summer, something has to change. There's no reason guys shouldn't be allowed to hear everyone out in a manner more thorough than speed dating, and sit down with the people most important to them, and think.

I'm buying it. It makes a ton of sense for a negotiation-only period where players can hear the offers and then mull them over. It might take away from the excitement of Day 1 of free agency, but it might also help GMs save themselves from themselves.
In the NBA, teams can talk to players for a period of time before they can sign. It avoids situations like this and gives players time to consider their options without the pressure or silly criticism that they're taking too long.
Rarely does Day 3 of NHL free agency have the biggest moves, but if decisions from Suter and Parise come down Tuesday, that's what we'll be looking at.





#2313210 From a loving fan/friend

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 02 July 2012 - 07:33 PM

You know Holland, just when I think you couldn't possibly be any dumber you go and sign Tootoo....AND COMPLETELY REDEEM YOURSELF


I see what you did there...


#2312023 Red Wings Sign Mikael Samuelsson to 2-yr, $6m deal (w/full NTC)

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 01 July 2012 - 05:21 PM

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo no no no! Why???


Not a big fan of the guy. Unless Homer is for sure retiring and he's taking his spot then I guess its ALRIGHT, but if this is any indication of not getting a big name forward then I am one sad, angry, and depressed man. I just think Sammy is all over the place. Holland just lovesssssssss bringing players back that didn't really do anything spectacular the first go around. Long as we get Suter and hopefully Parise , or trade for Ryan or something it wont be as bad. I just cringe at the thought of him saying well we added our "missing pieces" cause this dips*** isn't worth anything to complete the puzzle!


#2311994 Red Wings Sign Mikael Samuelsson to 2-yr, $6m deal (w/full NTC)

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 01 July 2012 - 05:16 PM

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! :o


#2311989 Still no decision from Suter. Speculation abounds.

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 01 July 2012 - 05:14 PM

If Pens sign Parise, what are they gonna do when Malkin's contract is up. I for one think Parise is gonna sign here, providing Suter does, I think its gonna be a Kariya/Selanne Avs signing years ago kinda thing.

And if Parise goes to the Pens, then maybe he does wanna be in Crosby's shadow. We'll just steal Malkin when his contract ends, lol


If thats the case hopefully Suter and Parise don't play like Kariya and Selanne did when they were with Colorado! :bag:


#2311813 Red Wings Sign G Jonas Gustavsson to 2-year deal, $1.5M/yr

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 01 July 2012 - 01:31 PM

Both of you need to stop your little bitching-fest. Frankly, its getting quite annoying. This isn't a battle of the cities thread, but a thread about the Monster signing in Detroit. Com'on people!

This isn't the 70's. Every goalie seems to be 6'3 now.


Well I agree with you; that is the reason for his nickname.


#2311323 i hope we dont panic if suter and parise signs elsewhere

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 30 June 2012 - 01:10 AM

CALLING BLUEADAMS, I REPEAT CALLING BLUEADAMS! Some line combinations are in order!


#2311306 i hope we dont panic if suter and parise signs elsewhere

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 29 June 2012 - 11:14 PM

Another Parise and Suter thread?! Good lord!


#2311267 Biron back in New York

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 29 June 2012 - 08:29 PM

Wish Detroit could of landed him for a backup. I've always like him, he's a solid backup! However I knew the Rangers would re-up him. His agent stated he loved working with Henrik and New York city.


#2311266 CRAZZZZYYY Roster Idea

Posted by Hockey13Playa on 29 June 2012 - 08:27 PM

Wow, when you put it that way... what a well thought out, in depth, eloquent thought... you've really shed a whole new light on it... :glare:


Thank you, thank you thank you, you are far to kind!

Just to put a smile on your face I will say this, JB is over payed and over rated I think. I think his spark of greatness is gone. As for Iginla he's awesome but older, and not worth giving up two first rounders to get him. I wouldn't mind him on our team if it only costed us middle tier talent (even lower end draft picks). You are smiling now right...! :D