Abel to Yzerman
by IwoCPO on 05/20/07 at 05:16 PM ET
1818 EST: Ahhh…Andreas. Man.
1747 EST: Just watched the Franzen attempted clear several times. Hard to tell for sure, it’s obscured, but it sure looks like that puck cleared the zone. Real tough to tell though.
1735 EST: Bertuzzi has played one normal and one short shift in the third. Could be due to the nature of the third, and the Wings obvious defensive emphasis. Draper on the PP now instead of Bertuzzi.
1542 EST: For Paul who’s on a plane somewhere. Teams look fairly even, although Ducks are cycling and grinding better. As Kukla pointed out in a comment below, the Getzlaf line is dangerous, mainly due to the defensive deficiencies of R. Lang and his mates. Wings seems to be picking up steam with 5+ minutes left.
1515 EST and the Stress Train was delayed by NBC execs. Here now. Board if you must. Warm beer on the house.
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