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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Red Wings Ready to Bounce Back


So, Hockey fan or not...you have heard of the Red Wings.

After a disappointing playoff run last season, and losing in game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals against Pittsburgh in 2008 you can most definitely expect the Wings to come back in a huge way this season. With the addition of legendary American skater Mike Modano expect to see all of our lines improve as well as our penalty kill. Jiri Hudler will also be returning to the Wings this season after his season long run in the KHL.

So who will be the top points producers? Here are my predictions.

1. Henrik Zetterberg



Not only do I think he feels the cup calling his name, his passion for the game has made him a natural leader for the Wings. I expect him to put up anywhere from 80-90 points this season.

2. Pavel Datsyuk



Expect more shootout wizardry from this man. He can weave himself so well through traffic in the zone it's sickening. Expect him to make anywhere from 80-90 points this season.

3. Johan Franzen



Expect everyone on the ice to be a little afraid of this man. The Mule is back and kicking in full force after coming off of being injured last season. His points surged last season when he came back, expect season long scoring madness. Expect him to make around 80 points.

There are many things to be excited for this season if you are a Wings fan. Expect more updates from me.

21 comments:

  1. lol the cup is so big :O
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  2. I'm Dutch and even I "know" of them. Doctor Cox wears one of their shirts in several episodes of scrubs.

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  3. love the sport but not the chicken wings :)

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  4. not much into ice hokey, its not that big in New Zealand

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  5. i dont think they play it in uk. thanks though. support me.

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  6. As a resident of Michigan, I can say this: The greatest year of hockey, ever, was 2004-2005 season.

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  7. Is there going to be a new update/post anytime soon? Because even tho I'm not a big (ice) hockey fan, it's still interesting enough to read about.

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