From the Freep:
Strike Flint native Brian Rolston off the list of potential Wings – he’s getting offers starting at $4 million and going north, and for far more term, too, than the Wings are willing to consider
I’d rather they get Sundin for one year anyway if they go for a UFA forward. I still like Bertuzzi if it’s for a million or less and only a year. He can always be benched.
If A Red Wing Rookie Makes History Will Anyone Know?: Boobs Take Over Red Wing Social Media Coverage
I was going to write a post today about how great it is to see the youth movement in Detroit coming up big in the playoffs. The new era is shifting well though its growing pains. Gustav Nyquist made NHL history when he became the first rookie to record his first two playoff points both in overtime (goal, assist - two different games for those that were all "huh?")
- May 7, 2013 - 4:52 AM
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Just a few quick links to the news... The Free Press talks about Shanahan's milestone and recaps the game, as does the News. ESPN.com has an interesting piece on how the All-Star rosters would be filled this year if it were still East vs. West. And SLAM! Hockey has full coverage of the sale of the Montreal Canadiens. And let's all not forget to breathe a sign of relief, the MacInnis- and Pronger-less Blues lost.
- January 31, 2001 - 7:30 AM
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First off, if this site still has any big fans, I'd like to apologize for not updating a lot recently, but I'm not gonna make a big deal about it so on with the news... Eric Lindros has added three teams to his list of aceptable destinations: Detroit, Washington and St. Louis. Thankfully, Ken Holland doesn't seem interested. Neither are the Capitals, but the Blues are chomping at the bit for him or the Coyotes' Keith Tkachuk. The Wings win out if Tkachuk goes elsewhere and Lindros goes to St. Louis because Eric the Red (or would it be Blue?) will go down before the end of the season. Nonetheless, the rumor out of Toronto is that Lindros would go to Detroit for Saturday's hero of the day Brendan Shanahan, who would waive his no trade clause because he doesn't like Scotty Bowman. They're over-reacting in Toronto, everyone hates Bowman but he makes people win so the players tolerate it. Holland isn't stupid.
- March 12, 2001 - 3:00 AM
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