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Ken Holland Must Pillage The Free Agent Market.  Changes Are Needed.  Soon.

Oh, shut up.  I’m just kidding.  I know as well as you do that we’ve got plenty to celebrate and discuss before we start providing Tick Tock, architect of a Dynasty, with unsolicited and ignored advice.

I know at least three, if not 19, of you are expecting a tremendous, detail-rich, juvenile yet poignant, recap of Game 6 and the entire playoff.  It’s coming, but not until tonite.  I’ve got two months of work to catch up on in one afternoon.  Sound familiar?

Oh hey.  Notice anything different about the banner up above? Thanks Dub.

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And So The Battle Ends

I’ll tell you, one of the most enjoyable aspects of this historic final was the running commentary between the 19 and the seemingly millions of fans who visited The Pens Blog.  We acknowledged from the beginning that we’d met our equals in terms of juveniliciousness and tenacity. 

What I didn’t tell you right off the bat is that the staff at tPB are all class.

Don’t believe me?  Here’s what arrived in my inbox minutes after the game ended tonite.

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Game. Set.  Stanley.



Congratulations Wing fans.

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Yep. That’s The North Wind You’ve Been Feeling…And It’s Blowing In A Game Six Live Blog

Transcript from actual phone call at 1552 today:

Me: Hello?

Wife: Tornado warning.  The kids can’t leave school.  They’re all huddled under their desks.  Trees are falling.

Me: Does the cable work?


It’s a Game 6 Live Blog bitches.

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Highly Intelligent Babble

Looking through the comments of this post today, a few jumped out at me.

First, Captain Dennis Polonich’s high-speed graph showing his work productivity during the playoffs:

G _*
O __*
O ___*
D ____*
B ________*
A __________*
D ____________*

That, my friends, is the kind of technical brilliance that has made A2Y what it is today.

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Dealing With 5

Was that the worst? 

Worse than Bird to DJ?  Worse than Weber’s timeout or Evans getting picked off third in ‘87?  Was it worse than last year’s Game 5 against the poultry?

Yes. Yes.  Yes and yes.

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Thirty Four Point Seven

Posting will be light today. 

And that’s all I have to say about that.

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How About A Game 5 Live Blog?  You’ll See Some Old Friends, Good For The Soul

I’ve already jinxed our Stanley Cup party.  So, now you can just relax.

It’s a Game 5 Cup Clinching Live Blog.

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Countdown To 11

3.5 hours.

6.5 hours.

Six years.

11 Cups. 

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Octo-Sleuth: Reaction

By now you’ve read of the exploits of one Zach Smith, the wack job who bought two tickets to Game 4 so that he could toss a ‘pus, get kicked out and get right the hell back into Mellon Arena. 

“Before the national anthem, we made our way down there and stood there,” he said. “I got it out and just tossed it.”

As the guards took him out, fans screamed obscenities.

“I hate Pittsburgh more than anything,” he said, noting the rivalry between Cleveland and Pittsburgh. “It was great. I loved the rush.”


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About Abel to Yzerman

Welcome to Abel to Yzerman, a Red Wing blog since 1977.  No other site on the internet has better-researched, fact-laden and better prepared discussions than A2Y.  Re-phrase: we do little research, find facts and stats highly overrated and claim little to no preparation.  There are 19 readers of A2Y. No more, no less. All of them, except maybe one, are juvenile in nature.  Reminding them of that in the comment section will only encourage them to prove that. Your suggestions and critiques are welcome: wphoulihan@gmail.com


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