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Detroit Fans Going Wild After Watching Loss to Minnesota

It is safe to say that the Wings are playing terrible. There is no way to put it besides tonight's game was unbelievably frustrating to watch. It is hard to imagine Minnesota was the team the Wings killed just three weeks ago, winning 5 to 3 with a hat trick from Henrik Zetterberg. Remember that? Tonight was definitely a different story. The Detroit Red Wings lost their third game in a row to the Minnesota Wild.

Free Agency 2012: Wild add depth, wait on Parise, Suter

While Zach Parise and Ryan Suter remain unsigned, the Minnesota Wild added needed depth as free agency began Sunday. Here's what fans can expect from center Zenon Konopka and right winger Torrey Mitchell.
 

Zenon Konopka- Konopka's role is simple: protect stars Dany Heatley and Mikko Koivu.

Via Mike Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune:

"Koivu is a superstar that maybe doesn’t get enough respect around the league and he should," Konopka said. "Heatley is a world-class player and we have to make sure those guys are taken care of and they feel very comfortable and nice. If they want to sit down at center ice and read the paper, ...

San Jose Sharks Line Profiles - Bottom Six

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In the first part of this blog series I profiled the Sharks' top six forwards. Optimistically, those six players should all have very good seasons and San Jose will once again have one of the best top six in the league. This time I will be profiling the less-spectacular bottom six.

 

Line Three: McGinn-Handzus-Mitchell

Last season, one of the Sharks' biggest strengths was their ability to run three potent scor...

If Lombardi is Healthy, it's Time to Cut Bozak Loose

Early yesterday morning Leaf fans were informed of the positive news that Matthew Lombardi is planning on attending training camp. Seeing as I've been excited since his acquisition, I quickly posted on Twitter that this meant there would be no place for Tyler Bozak.

If Lombardi is healthy, he will slide into the third line centre position between Armstrong and Kadri. That line will be able to provide the Leafs with plenty of offensive support, as well as checking strength (mostly through Armstrong and Lombardi). Depth at the centre ice position, something that the Leafs have been glaringly lacking, will be a welcome strength now that Lombardi seems to be on the mend....