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#2546884 Weiss sent down to GR- conditioning assignment

Posted by e_prime on 05 November 2014 - 08:09 AM

Kenny shouldn't let little things like current contracts stop him from signing people. Come on, man, he's supposed to be the best!

 

The Devils might be willing to trade forward for forward...  and Lamoriello seems to prefer guys over age 30 on his forward corps.

Only 5 of 13 forwards are under 30. 3 of those 5 are nearing 30 -- including Brunner -- and no one on the active roster was born before 1990.

 

Danny Cleary!  Pack your bags!!  You and your walker are headed to th' ROCK!




#2546509 Michael Del Zotto

Posted by e_prime on 04 November 2014 - 08:06 AM

 

theyre free

they require no game no work

they know its just sex and nothing more and theyre okay with that

they know how to f***

 

This is all true and right if you're at home masturbating to a movie.

 

Otherwise, here IRL:

 

They're free?  They get paid to have sex on camera.  Who's to say that like any other woman you might be trying to woo that they don't require a little dinner and movie before?  That's not free. I don't want to call any porn star a prostitute because I'm sure that most aren't, however  they're professional sex workers: Do you think it's that easy to perform for them?  Their expectations are probably a lot higher than some star-struck horny puck-bunny. Pornstars are certainly not going to be happy with some five pump chump even if he is a pro-hockey player.

 

Sure, who cares?

It's nothing more than sex right.

They don't have feelings or the desire to someday settle down with a nice guy who's made his profession as an athlete who's made bank.

It's justf******, right? Yeah, it is. Porn is straight up stunt-*******.

Yup. They certainly know how to do the sex don't they.  "Wait, we're not at the right angle. There's no way the camera is going to catch that penetration. Slide to the right"  "Move my hair out of my eyes."  "Am I groaning loud enough?"

 

MDZ's probably been watching too much porn, and after sexing up Lisa-Ann, he and his sexual expectations are all out of wack.

"Gotta get with the porn starts. They know what they're doing."

He's just doing it wrong. ...and by doing it wrong I mean, by letting all his business hang out... you know, on social media.




#2546409 What happened to Calle Jarnkrok?

Posted by e_prime on 03 November 2014 - 01:21 PM

Jarnkrok is probably going to be just fine. 

In the same way that Jurco will be fine... Sheahan will be fine... Nestrasil will be fine...

Not every player is Nyquist and gets it going and keeps it going.  Hence, Jarnkrok's season start.

 

He was traded away from the Wings and he got ice-time, and he said, "Hey, I'm gonna make the best of this and show them what they traded away."  ...and LGW (not all of you) all went: "There's Holland.f****** up again. Trading away our best prospect for a worthless center isn't worth a s*** and that we won't even re-sign."

 

This year started and he's off to a slow start. Sophomore slump? Flash in the pan?

Remains to be seen.

I personally haven't watched enough of him to make a judgement. TBH, I don't really care.

I wish him all the luck in his career and pray that Holland doesn't have to re-acquire him a few years down the road for a first-round pick.




#2546391 11/2 GDT : Red Wings 2 at Sabres 3 (SO)

Posted by e_prime on 03 November 2014 - 11:10 AM

 

We're talking about the same guy right?  Lord Zemongous?

 

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His name is actually, Humungus -- Warrior of the Wasteland. The original Ayatollah of Rock and Roll-ah!!   (No offense, Chris Jericho.) 

 

...but Zergs also goes by Humungus.




#2546367 11/2 GDT : Red Wings 2 at Sabres 3 (SO)

Posted by e_prime on 02 November 2014 - 09:17 PM

Yeah, I can't really blame Howard for the second goal by Zembuaidonfgous Gergensoaiuhduiadfnins (sp?).  That was a hell of a goal. 

 

I hear that over on LetsGoSabres they just call him Zergs.  ...but also that it's frowned upon.  :bye:




#2546234 11/2 GDT : Red Wings 2 at Sabres 3 (SO)

Posted by e_prime on 02 November 2014 - 07:23 PM

 

For 5 million a year he better be top two on whatever team he's on...and he better produce like it.  He doesn't.  So no thanks on Tyler "Big for Nothing" Myers.

 

So... size DOESN'T matter?!!!  Girls... I tell ya.

 

No really, I'm right there with you on Myers. If he could be had for a song, I'd take 'em... but that's not the case. He'll cost you in cap-space and he'll cost you players/picks. Not worth it.




#2545929 10/31 GDT : Los Angeles Kings (2) at Red Wings (5), 7:30 EST

Posted by e_prime on 01 November 2014 - 07:13 AM

If we play like we have, there's no reason we should lose more than two of those games.

Montreal, maybe.
And Chicago, probably.

I'd like to go undefeated this month, we haven't had one of those streaks in a while, and as long as they play like we know they can they could.
so I'll say 10-2-2, but they should go 14-ohhhhhh.

You have to factor in puck luck and conspiratorial reffing, dude.  Bad bounces, blown calls, and disallowed goals+penalties ADD UP.   :lol: 

 

...but I love your enthusiasm!




#2545706 Weiss sent down to GR- conditioning assignment

Posted by e_prime on 31 October 2014 - 03:57 PM

Actually he played three times as many games in an easier league, and only got twice as many points. Also Weiss has a cap hit of $4.9million not $4million

WHOSE SIDE ARE YOU ON?!???!?!?!




#2545704 Weiss sent down to GR- conditioning assignment

Posted by e_prime on 31 October 2014 - 03:41 PM

Don't you mean fried Weiss?!

:hysterical:




#2545577 Wings great Gordie Howe resting after 'serious stroke'

Posted by e_prime on 30 October 2014 - 01:10 PM

Nothing but prayers and thoughts to the Gordie and the entire Howe family.  Whatever the outcome.




#2545568 10/29 GDT - Red Wings 4 @ Capitals 2

Posted by e_prime on 30 October 2014 - 12:26 PM

Don't tell me how to post, bro.  :ninja:  Lol!




#2545553 10/29 GDT - Red Wings 4 @ Capitals 2

Posted by e_prime on 30 October 2014 - 11:34 AM

Regarding last nights game:  Looked pretty flat for most of the game.  Glad to see that they overcame some horrible officiating and that Babs switched up that top line to get both Z and Dats going.  Z didn't have his best game and honestly, I thought Dats looked invisible for most of it too.  There's no denying that Abby has been great on that top line.  If you're thinking otherwise, you're wrong. Two goals that Echolalia pointed out were not a result of shots being banked off of him by Dats.

 

Moving Nyquist down to the second may get a spark going for them. Ideally having a top line of Z-D-A  second line of Nyquist - Weiss - Mule, and third line centered by Sheahan or Helm would be spectacular.  I don't see a Sheahan or Helm centered second line being all that formidable.

 

And let's all be real boys and girls; Jurco, Tatar, and Nestrasil still have a lot to prove in this league.  While so far they're off to a slow start in the 2014-15 campaign, you really shouldn't be all that surprised.  They're young, unproven, and two of the three are really just seeing their first shot at making the dance. 

So let's let them play while we wait for Mule's return and Weiss' eventual coming out party.

(being highly optimistic on that second one, but I'm not going to give up just yet.)




#2544651 Kindl on the block

Posted by e_prime on 26 October 2014 - 08:31 AM

I hear Eric Staal might be available...

 

Gross. 




#2542603 Franzen to 7-day IR

Posted by e_prime on 20 October 2014 - 12:30 PM

...and sucks.

 

Look at it this way.  You're getting Datsyuk back. You get to mix some lines up. Maybe Weiss gets in.

It's a shame that Franzen is hurt when he's been off to such a good start, but it happens. We know it happens. With this team it ALWAYS happens.




#2542576 Myers close to become a wing?

Posted by e_prime on 20 October 2014 - 09:42 AM

I don't have much interest in Myers.  His size is something to consider, but I think we've got some prospects I'd rather see up with the team before we start trading for a guy who hasn't had much success in the league, barring his rookie year. (I know, I know he plays for Buffalo.)

 

While Carlson, Letang, or Burns would be fabulous additions to the blueline... those guys would cost WAYYYYY too much in a trade and are probably going NOWHERE. (Carlson is signed long-term at a great cap-hit.  Letang is the Penguins d-corp. Only guy signed long-term. Burns has played both F and D for SJ, is very versatile. Have no idea why they'd ever ever ever trade him.)

 

 

Green might be a nice deadline acquisition (RENTAL ONLY)  if Washington is looking to free up some cap-space for a forward, but unless we're somehow getting rid of Kindl and Quincey in the process... I don't think we'd want to re-sign him anyway.

 

Yandle probably isn't going anywhere unless he wants to get out of Arizona and I don't know what a realistic package for him would start at.

He's not the type of player that you can just toss leftover/unwanted pieces at to obtain.  You're also talking complete overhaul of the D-corps if you're bringing Yandle over. 

 

Malik mentioned him earlier today as a player to watch now, but I've had my eye out for him back when he was a pending FA in 2012

 

Dennis Wideman - Calgary - RIGHT HANDED. He has three years left at $5.25 million per season and his name is out there.

There was early concern with him not being on the roster, but 6 games in he has a goal and two assists on a team that may be going in a different direction. Giodano, Smid, Engelland, Russell all signed through next year. T.J. Brodie is all but extended at this point. 

It's quite possible that the Flames may be looking to shed some of that salary that Wideman carries as they rebuild.

Kindl could slot in there nicely, as he's a slightly "cheaper," (but also slightly less effective) version of Wideman. 

 

No, I'm not suggesting a straight up Kindl for Wideman trade. That's silly. It would definitely have to include a pick and prospect.

...and yes, I know, he has a no-trade. They can be waived.