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Waiting For 4

Another long day.  I’m officially declaring the Stress Train off limits until, oh, let’s go with 2045.  This should be a day of anticipation, not dread.  Think optimistically and how positive a 3-1 lead in Detroit would be for you and your families. 

Am I “predicting” victory tonite?  Well, I’m not coming right out and saying it because we’ve all seen situations where teams lose their best players and rally around his absence.  So, no, I’m not guaranteeing a Wing victory.  I’m sticking with the same prediction I’ve had for this and every series so far: Detroit in 6.

I do, however, have a fun little game for us to pass the time.  As entertaining as “Name That Idiot”?  Maybe not.  But still nifty.

Today….I give you, “What In The World Is Uncle Mike Saying?”  Ready?  Are you sure?  Ok….here we go.

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I’ll start.  “Look fellas.  See how he tucks his hair under his helmet, behind the strap?  It’s perfect.  It’s Warren Zevon perfect.  Bobby’s got the hair boys. He’s got it. I’ve got good hair.  So does Nicky.  Different hair, but still good.  Pop Tarts in the room, chocolate and blueberry.”

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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