Archive for the ‘Detroit Red Wings’ Category

The Rumors and Rants Stanley Cup Playoff Roundup

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Has it really been that long since we last met to discuss these fine playoffs? Well I guess so. There was the weekend. And that whole virus thing we had going on here, but other than that things are swell. So, back to the hockey. Lots of great games to go ...

The Rumors and Rants Stanley Cup Playoff Roundup

Friday, April 16th, 2010

Here we are, back again for the Stanley Cup roundup. The best is yet to come for those of us that live around the Chicago area and are ready to see what the Blackhawks are going to do. But seriously, there have been some great...GREAT...opening games in the conference quarterfinals. Odds are ...

The Rumors and Rants Stanley Cup Playoff Roundup

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

Here's the question, if it's not on national television like, say, ESPN, do you even notice the Stanley Cup Playoffs are going on? We're going to go out on a limb and say you do, barely. But just in case you're not paying particularly close attention to what Barry Melrose has ...

Chris Chelios is Having a Brett Favre Moment

Thursday, October 8th, 2009

Chris Chelios just can't give it up. Seriously, the guy is incapable of leaving the ice for good. The Blackhawks and Red Wings face each other for the first time this season tonight. That in itself is big news. Many expect the Hawks to seriously challenge the Wings for Western Conference ...

Ducks-Wings Game 2: That. Was. Epic.

Monday, May 4th, 2009

There's a lot of interesting stuff going on in the NHL playoffs (Blackhawks and Hurricanes have both tied their series with road wins, etc.), but it's hard to imagine a game more epically long and grindy than the three overtime, 4-3 win the Anaheim Ducks snatched up in Detroit on ...

Going 5-Hole: The Bruins, Tim Thomas and the 2010 Winter Classic

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

It kind of sucks for the rest of us, but is there a better time to be a sports fan in the greater Boston metropolitan area? The Celtics are defending NBA champs. The Patriots missed the playoffs but had yet another solid season, even without Tom Brady. The Red Sox are ...

A Classic Blog Post

Monday, January 5th, 2009

Some of you may have spent your New Year's attending or watching a college bowl game. Zzzzzzz. For me, it was Hockey Day in America, and the epicenter was Wrigley Field in Chicago. Or at least as close as I could get to Wrigley without having to pay over $300 for ...