Posted on: September 21, 2009 12:11 am

Breakout star of 2009/2010

So, with the Pre season upon us, I am curious who you all think will be the breakout star of the year? Detroit has brought up several young talents this year one being Ville Leino who is expected to put out Hudler like numbers (from what I have heard). Also who do you think will be the biggest impact of the season? Hossa with the Hawks? Will Rick Nash lead his Jackets to another playoff appearance? and finally, since Gary bettman finally got what he wanted, do you think he will stop trying to bend the rules to favor Cindy? (for those of you who didnt realize that, it was somewhat a joke, I say somewhat because there is a small part of me that really believes that he actually does that).
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Tags: 2009 season
Posted on: August 15, 2009 11:21 pm

The number 19

With Joe Sakic retireing after an amazing career, and is sure to be a future hall of famer. He joins Steve Yzerman among other NHL greats to wear the number 19. I think that the number 19 should be retired league wide in honor of these two amazing players. If there are any two players in NHL history who deserve this honor it is Steve and Joe.
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Posted on: June 12, 2009 11:06 pm

Second annual Wings fans MVP

Okay, Nominate your pics here. One vote per person and you cannot nod yourself.
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Tags: Wings
Posted on: May 13, 2009 1:24 am

Boreing Hockey game vs and Exciting Baseball game

SO I just watched a very boreing Hockey game. Game 6 WIngs Ducks. It was one of the most boreing games I have ever seen. Neither team showed much urgancy. But something odd, It was still more exciting than a good baseball game. Baseball is such a slow game. I dont know, its just me.
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Tags: Baseball, hockey
Posted on: April 13, 2009 12:51 am


 *the sound of footsteps fills the empty arena*


"They're here"





This by far is the greatest and most exciting time of the year. No shaving, nothing else matters.

What a season eh? Full of ups and downs for just about every team in the NHL.

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Tags: nhl
Posted on: April 5, 2009 2:10 pm

Pierre Mcguire

 He is a moron. He needs to get off NBC and keep out of hockey.

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Tags: moron
Posted on: March 19, 2009 3:56 pm

What do you think?

Okay, so I think this season has been amazing. Fun, exciting, nerveracking, and at times, just downright crazy. So I ask, what do you thing about the 08/09 season? I thuroughly enjoyed the season. IT is a tight race in the West between two superpowers and several teams who gained incredable players at the deadline and Vancovers aquisition of Mats Sundin. I didnt follow the East much but Brodeur's amazing return and Bostons recent lack.



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Posted on: March 12, 2009 10:35 am



 Okay, I did one of these a while back at the beginning of the season, now I am doing it again. Playoffs.

Post your thoughts on the playoffs here.


I think Boston will go for the East. No Eastern team is really playing with them right now.

West, It will be one of three teams.

Sharks. They have lead the for most of the season, but with Nabby out (im not sure how long) will that kill them and their leaauge low goals against?

Red Wings. They have been on the SHarks heels all season and finally broke into the lead of the west and NHL a few weeks ago and are now tied with SJ for top spot in West and the NHL. They did this without Holmstrom for a good chunk of the year and kep it with Hossa and Franzen out. My only questions for them, like the sharks, can their goaltending keep doing well. Will Holmstrom being infront of the net again open up scoring for Zetterberg, Datsyuk, and Hossa?


Blue Jackets. They have finally found that Vital missing spot between the pipes. Can Mason keep his head in the playoffs and can their offence produce the goals needed like they have been?


I am picking the Red wings because of their offence and 30 to 40 shots a game, but If they come across Columbus, that will be a close searies.

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Tags: Playoffs
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