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#2425527 Kindl-Kronwall on the PP

Posted by superstarsingh on 03 July 2013 - 04:21 PM

Kindl seems to have the gift of often getting his shots through traffic which is absolutely essential to any powerplay unit. I would like to see Kronner QB one unit and Kindl QB the other. I suppose watching and learning from Lidstrom has its benefits.




#2184880 14 Years Ago Today

Posted by superstarsingh on 13 June 2011 - 02:39 PM

Hard to believe that it was 14 years ago today that Vladdy had the accident. What a crying shame. He has made a very solid recovery for the severity of his injuries. Get your Konstaninov jerseys out guys!


#2172049 Where is the best place to watch game 7 in Detroit?

Posted by superstarsingh on 10 May 2011 - 10:04 PM

Wherever you watched the previous three. Change nothing.


#2044722 Kirk Maltby to announce he is retiring

Posted by superstarsingh on 12 October 2010 - 11:29 AM

This is a shame but all things considered, it is probably the best thing that could happen for the Wings and Maltby as well. He probably did not want to play elsehwere and now I believe he will join the front office in some capacity (scout). Dude was outstanding in his prime and has taken far too much abuse on these boards. Makes me depressed to see him retire on a day wherein the Wings and Avs will be locking horns.


#1988417 Whats the record in the NHL

Posted by superstarsingh on 23 May 2010 - 11:35 AM

There is hate for Hossa because supporting any Blackhawk player is unethical.


#1971718 WCSF Game 2 GDT: Red Wings 3 at Sharks 4

Posted by superstarsingh on 02 May 2010 - 10:09 PM

Think we did few years back... Not sure though.

2002, Round 1, Vancouver...and we won games 3, 4 and 6 on the road.


#1971583 WCSF Game 2 GDT: Red Wings 3 at Sharks 4

Posted by superstarsingh on 02 May 2010 - 09:54 PM

Complete and utter bulls***. A couple of the calls against the Wings were penalties but most of them were terrible. The thing that makes this worse is that on SJ's second goal there were TWO instances of cross checking while the Wings cycled in the Sharks zone, they go uncalled and SJ scores. That is just one time they failed to call penalties on SJ.

Now that I have said that, we cannot cry over this terribly spilled milk. We have to hope that the Wings put these two games behind them and focus on tying the series up at two.


#1927208 Winter Classic 2011

Posted by superstarsingh on 28 March 2010 - 02:38 PM

Would everyone be complaining if the Wings got another Winter Classic?

The Wings have been showcased. Winter Classic, Sweden and they always have 4 slots on NBC. Yes, I would like them to play in another Winter Classic but I think other teams should have a shot at being in one before we see repeating teams.


#1921588 Puck Daddy: Why nobody wants the Red Wings in Rd 1

Posted by superstarsingh on 22 March 2010 - 11:44 AM

I for one want them in Round One. :blush:


#1921534 Free Agents

Posted by superstarsingh on 22 March 2010 - 10:42 AM

At the end of the day, regardless of his size, Hudler's production (last year) was right on par with Frolov's. Hudler was not logging the same amount of minutes as Frolov as well. So IF Hudler comes back, at $2.85 million, he is a better (and more realistic) option than Frolov.


#1921127 History Will Be Made

Posted by superstarsingh on 21 March 2010 - 03:53 PM

I am sure some of you guys saw the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs commercials last night on HNIC. One with Stevie is coming!!!

There will be six moments featured in the commercials: Bobby Orr's Cup-winning goal in 1970, Mark Messier and his guarantee, Mario Lemieux splitting the Minnesota North Stars defense during the 1991 Cup, Ray Bourque finally capturing the Cup, Patrick Roy leading the Montreal Canadiens to the Cup in 1986 during his rookie season, and Steve Yzerman's double-overtime goal against the St. Louis Blues in 1996.


Video: 'History Will Be Made' campaign debuts with Lemieux, Orr


#1919679 Free Agents

Posted by superstarsingh on 20 March 2010 - 08:36 AM

I would rather have Hudler and Stuart for a bit more money than Frolov. I will never understand this love for him on these boards. Frolov had 59 points in 77 games last year while consistently playing in the top 6. Hudler has 57 in 82 while playing in limited minutes. Given the same ice time over a season, I feel Hudler's numbers would trump Frolov's. If Hudler comes back, he is at $2.85, Frolov will cost more. Stuart has played well. Yes, lets look at plus minus on the PK and blame solely Brad Stuart. That does not make sense. Stuart has logged a lot of minutes this year and as I have said, he has played well. It should also be noted that Stuart is an enabler for Kronwall to do what he does (jump up for big hits, pinch, join a rush). At the end of the day, Hudler over Frolov in my opinion but is Frolov wants to play for 2.8 million? Why not.


#1917778 On this St. Patrick's Day, who is your favorite Patrick currently

Posted by superstarsingh on 17 March 2010 - 07:40 PM

Eaves is the man and he wears the right jersey.


#1917277 Red Wings GM Ken Holland hasn't given up on wandering Jiri Hudler

Posted by superstarsingh on 16 March 2010 - 02:52 PM

Huds will be back and at $2.85 million he is a steal! He will help the PP for sure.


#1915826 Franzen

Posted by superstarsingh on 14 March 2010 - 04:40 PM

35-40 seems to be a reasonable expectation for a healthy Franzen although he can be a threat to enter the 40-50 range in the coming years if he and the team stay healthy. This chemistry with Datsyuk is quite exciting and with that new found chemistry we have a great setup man and a solid goal scorer so yeah, 50 goals could happen for Franzen but a lot has to go right.