The Red Wings Lost

>> Friday, June 12, 2009

The Red Wings lost a chance to win the Stanley Cup Friday when the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated them. Thanks to the officials, the Pens scored there first goal when they made a two line pass and the officials failed to call it, as a result the the Pens scored a goal. Then Brad Stuart of the Red Wings made a bad pass that hit a Penguins skate which resulted in a giveaway and another goal. The wings scored one goal but could never find the Pens net again. Thanks to the officials and Brad Stuart, The Red Wings lost. Congratulations to the Pittsburgh Penguins on winning the Stanley Cup.


askcherlock June 14, 2009 at 7:20 AM  

Since we are from Pittsburgh, it was a sweet victory! Last year the Red Wings skated with the Stanley Cup on our ice. This year we skated on their's. So we have the Steelers and the Pens. The whole city is celebrating. We will see you next year. :)

FishHawk June 15, 2009 at 12:31 PM  

How would like to spend some time in Marian Hossa's head right now? For he was with Pittsburgh when the Red Wings won last year, and then he switched to Red Wings for this year.

Bob June 15, 2009 at 4:21 PM  

True, maybe that was a plan by Pittsburgh to plant one of their own players on the Red Wings team to make them lose this year. But seriously why did Marian Hossa give up a lucrutive long term contract with the Penguins? Did he really think the Red Wings could repeat this year?

FishHawk June 15, 2009 at 7:12 PM  

There might have been more to it, but it makes sense to me that Hossa believed that the Red Wings had a better shot of repeating than the Penguins did of finally breaking through anytime soon. Considering the history of the Red Wings reloading every year, can anyone call him crazy?

Bob June 16, 2009 at 4:27 PM  

I can't call him crazy, he already has made enough money, whats a few more more million when you got 10 or 20 million or more sitting in bank already? One thing he hasn't got is his name on the Stanley Cup. But for someone like me who lives from paycheck to paycheck, I'd rather have a million dollars than my name on the Stanley Cup.

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