Found July 14, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
I’ve got to lug myself 233 miles downstate to South Lyon later this morning (with a stop in Grayling to snag onion rings from the Lone Pine restaurant per the mom’s request), so I’m theoretically not allowed to be typing at this hour, but, “Wenn die Katze aus dem Haus ist, tanzen die Mäuse.” These Red Wings prospect stories popped up a little too late to fit into the evening report, but there’s no point in sitting on ‘em until morning, so: The Detroit Free Press’s George Sipple took note of the fact that Trevor Parkes scored a hat trick in Friday’s final scrimmage at the Wings’ summer development camp, and as Sipple notes, the up-and-down power winger had a very bumpy outing during Tuesday’s affair, so he literally and figuratively rebounded in a big way: Continue reading "Red Wings early overnight report: summer development camp tailings and fighting the lockout’s power"
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