Found September 17, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
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Of Red Wings-related note this morning: WXYZ's Brad Galli spoke to Niklas Kronwall and Henrik Zetterberg about the post-Nicklas Lidstrom era of Red Wings hockey being placed "on hold" by the lockout, as well as the ramifications thereof, before the players left Joe Louis Arena on Friday, and while most of the interview's light in tone, the pair become very serious very quickly when talking about the lockout, with Kronwall saying, "The last few years, the people in th stands, it's just crazy, the whole state of Michigan just breathes hockey," and both expressing dismay with the current state of affairs Zetterberg also spoke about the lockout during a Q and A with the Detroit News's Ted Kulfan: Continue reading "Red Wings overnight report: Kronwall and Zetterberg on WXYZ, lockout implications and Datsyuk news"
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