PLYMOUTH, Mich. -- It was nearly impossible to get Nick Lidstrom angry.
Henrik Zetterberg, on the other hand, could be a different story as the new Red Wings captain, which was officially announced at a press conference before Tuesday's Red-White scrimmage game at Compuware Arena.
Nothing ever bothered Lidstrom. He wasn't upset when Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby didn't shake his hand after beating the Wings in Game 7 of the 2009 Stanley Cup Finals.
When asked, Lidstrom said he didn't care that people routinely mispronounced or misspelled his name as "Lindstrom" -- even after 20 years in the NHL.
No one could ever come close to Lidstrom's consistent level of calm, not even a fellow Swede.
Zetterberg is hardly a hothead. He's a fairly even-keeled guy, as most Swedes are. But he's got more of an edge to him than Lidstrom ever had.
If you recall the Crosby incident -- although Kris Draper was the most furious about it at the time -- Zetterberg spoke out, saying Crosby w...