Sure we read it here first, and I'll be (one of) the first to disregard your comments. I don't really care what division you play in, the name of the game is to win, and thats what the Wings did. A total of 124 points, depending on the outcome of tonight, should automatically show you that this is a good team.Hkyfn said:Not so fast with the early gloating, after all, that's why they play the game. I'm not really such a huge Detroit fan, inspite of their regular season record. Remember, they played 24 games this year against such stellar opponents as the Blue Jackets, Blackhawks and Blues. I think they ended up only losing 3 games combined, but I do stand to be corrected on this.
Nonetheless, it's no wonder they had such a high point total, but with the playoffs now poised to begin, we'll see how good of a team they really are. I think Edmonton will give them a big time scare in round 1, although I do think the Wings will prevail. I don't think Detroit will go to the finals, in fact, I don't think they will get past the second round. You read it here first!
Well done, upside down with the feet still attached, and a cigarette hanging out of it's mouth.Hkyfn said:OK, I now see the error of my ways. Is my face ever red! Almost as red as watching the Wings getting thumped by Nashville, 6-1 as I write this. We'll see more of this in the next couple of weeks, I reckon!
Not to nickpick FCP, but the Stanley Cup goes through Tampa this year, after all, they are the defending cup champs!
Sweet revenge....., just remember, how do you like your crow cooked?:laugh:
When your playing without 4 of your best players, its going to be hard to beat anyone. All these players will be back for the playoffs, and they will do better.Administrator said:6 to 2 loss against the preds, they will need more than that to win the cup :laugh: