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The t-shirts from the 2013 Winter Classic that never happened may have been leaked according to icethetics.info.
From the website:
The images were posted Wednesday on the SportsLogos.net message boards by Pizzaman7294. They were downloaded from FansEdge.com, an online retailer of sports merchandise. And while the T-shirts don’t appear to be listed as available products on the public area of the website, the images still exist in the site’s database.
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Those t-shirts look pretty sick, it’s hard to imagine how sick the actual jerseys would have been. It’s dissapointing that the one year the Leafs got a chance to participate in an outdoor game, there was an NHL lockout.
EA Sports did make their best attempt to simulate the Winter Classic that never happened though. Enjoy.
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When Red Wings sniper Pavel Datsyuk returns to Detroit, he’ll be in midseason form after tearing up the Kontinental Hockey League in Russia the past few months. As a parting gift, he left Russia with some sick dangles on a shootout goal from Saturday. Whether you’re on the “Boycott the NHL” bandwagon or not, it’ll be nice to have Pavel’s handywork back in the States...
Pavel Datsyuk is leaving his KHL stint, as Puck Daddy puts it, “in the most Pavel Datsyuk way” possible. Datsyuk played his final game with CSKA Moscow, who he has been with since September, of the KHL on Sunday and delivered an absolutely nasty behind-the-back shootout goal in CSKA’s 3-2 SO win.
Watch the beauty below, and be thankful that talent like this is (FINALLY) returning stateside.
Yesterday you saw a Henrik Zetterberg one-handed shoot out goal for his Swiss League team EV Zug.
Here we see another remarkable shoot-out goal, this time by his Red Wing teammate (I refuse to call them the Euro Twins… so lame) Pavel Datsyuk while playing for his KHL team CSKA Moscow.
That goal ended up being the game winner as CSKA went on to beat Traktor 3-2. Datsyuk ended up...
With the NHL lockout ending today, this shootout goal will be the last goal that Pavel Datsyuk scores in the KHL, and was it an absolute beauty. I can’t wait to see him back playing for the Detroit Red Wings, because he is utterly incredible. There are a few details left to hammer out before the new CBA is signed, but hockey fans everywhere can rejoice, and get ready to see...
Detroit Red Wing alternate captain Pavel Datsyuk wrapped up his KHL tour today with this behind-his-back shootout goal for CSKA Moscow against Traktor. Behind-the-back like he shot it from...
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
According to Ansar Khan of Mlive.com, the Red Wings will soon announce that Henrik Zetterberg will become the new Red Wings captain replacing Nicklas Lidstrom who retired during this past offseason.
Since the 2006-07 season, Zetterberg has served as an alternate captain and has during that time been groomed to take the reigns when his time came.
It looks as though that time for Zetterberg...
from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,
Players will seek the situations best for themselves and their families, and in particular, Boston and Toronto are great cities in which to live and work, but wouldn’t it be grand if not a single NHL-caliber goaltender would agree to sign with the Bruins next summer, and wouldn’t it be grand if upper-echelon players continue the recent tradition...
There's finally peace in the NHL.
After 113 long days, the NHL and the NHLPA (players' union) came to an agreement in the wee hours Sunday morning after more than 16 hours of negotiation.
According to TSN's Aaron Ward, a former Wing, Darren Dreger and Pierre LeBrun, the new collective bargaining agreement, will include the following elements:
The CBA is for 10 years...
Hockeytown looks to be open for business once again as late night negotiations between the NHL and NHLPA ended with an early Sunday morning agreement on a 10-year CBA ending the 113 day lockout.
NHL lockout is over, as league and players union reach tentative deal on new CBA | MLive.com mlive.com/redwings/index…
— Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) January 6, 2013
NHL lockout is over...
Finally, the NHL lockout has come to its conclusion and a 48 game hockey season is expected to begin before the end of January, providing hardcore hockey watchers with some much-needed relief.
This also means the Detroit Red Wings will have a chance to repeat some semi-recent history. During the 1994-95 season shortened by a similar lockout, which resumed on January 20 1995, Detroit...
from Gregg Krupa of the Detroit News,
Amid a few months of fairly intense, self-directed workouts at local rinks, several of the Red Wings leave Sunday for Arizona, where they will work out with some of the Phoenix Coyotes and other players from around the NHL.
As they hope for an end to the owners' lockout and a settlement on a collective bargaining agreement, the Red...
Aloha *******. This post will evolve over the next little bit, but I wanted to give you this ditty to start with. Khan(!)'s got himself a scoop and, in typical Digger fashion, attributes it to no one but his immense knowledge of the organ-I-zation.
Ever since Nicklas Lidstrom announced his retirement on May 31, it was fairly obvious would who replace him as Detroit Red...
Not a whole lot of new news to report this morning.
But we're gearing up for this short season that could start next week. We could be watching Red Wings hockey in 7 days. I know this has been painful. I know that it has been frustrating. But let's put our fan hats (made of tin foil) back on and think about not what we've lost...but what we are NOT losing...