Cody: Whoooaa, it’s the Code-Man, ready to break down some pucks with the always righteous Game Misconduct. I watched Game 1 out in my van with a gallon of Tang and some Bugles. And, dude, did the ‘Wings look good….
Game Misconduct: Right you are…bro…I hate to say it but after watching Game 1 it's probably got to be Detroit.
With Johan “The Mule” Franzen the hottest forward in the league to go with Selke finalists Datsyuk and Zetterberg, as well as Tomas Holmstrom, I think the Wings are too deep up front. What’s scary is that while extremely talented they are also very disciplined, and they have been for quite some time. Coach Mike Babcock has to be given credit and has proved himself to be a fantastic NHL coach already having led the Mighty Ducks to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2003. One interesting point regarding
Cody: Speaking of Captains…I went hunting with Frank and JT the other day and…
As painful as it is,
Net Crasher: Huh? What…What are we talking about?
Stuart Minkus: In 1993, the Minnesota North Stars moved south to
Crasher: Shut Up, Minkus!
Man, do I want to take the Stars. They had some great momentum from the
Feeney: But alas, game one will prove costly for
Crasher: Yes, thank you, Mr. Feeney
You can’t look past the unreal offensive prowess of the Red Wings who lit up Turco for 4 last night. Datsyuk, Zetterberg, Holmstrom and of course the playoff’s hottest player in Johan Franzen. I am with Game Misconduct here, it doesn’t get much deeper than the
Feeney: Who, as you know, is the son-in law of Canadians Coach Guy Carbonneau.
Crasher: Mr. F…F…F…FEENAY!!! What are you talking about?
Feeney: Maybe if you spend less time working on your Feeney Call with Mr. Hunter and more time doing your reading you would know that.
Crasher: Sorry, Mr. Feeney
But yea, Brendan Morrow is really good. Beyond scoring the clincher against the Sharks, Morrow has 12 points in the 13 games including 8 goals. Look for him to continue his great play.
Of course, if
This will definitely be the best series of the playoffs so far.
Feeney: and your prediction?