September 29 2016 10:29AM
Red Wings players are taking off their gloves to high-five after goals. I love it. pic.twitter.com/ZfWDkcdpVS— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) September 29, 2016
Okay, the title might contain a little hyperbole. But let's not pretend that this celebration isn't loads of fun.
In case you missed it, the Wings won 5-1 last night over the Boston Bruins in a preseason game. That's fun and all, but the best part was by far this celebration, pulled out after Luke Glendenning put the Wings up 3-1.
September 27 2016 07:56PM
Tomas Tatar, man. Tatar continued his hot streak, scoring his third goal in the past two games in the World Cup for team Europe, this one in game one of the WCH final.
It's hard to really fault his performance so far, as he's been unstoppable once the elimination rounds came out.
September 25 2016 02:15PM
I wish I had a better lede, but "OKAY WOW WHAT IS GOING ON" will suffice.
For his second goal of the game, Tomas Tatar sends Team Europe into the World Cup of Hockey Final against Canada, starting Tuesday night.
September 25 2016 01:14PM
WOW! Despite being berated online by many, Team Europe is up 2-1 in the third period of the World Cup of Hockey. WOW! WHAT A SHOCKER! Scoring the 2-1 goal was none other than... Detroit's Tomas Tatar.
September 23 2016 11:44AM
Justin Abdelkader scored a goal at the World Cup of Hockey yesterday, against teammate Petr Mrazek, no less. Here, let's watch it:
"Way to go, Mrazek!" - some dude, probably.
As we know, Abdelkader, like a few other players on wasn't supported by many people to make Team USA. The argument was pretty common:
What's the use in taking him when you could've taken Phil Kessel, Tyler Johnson, or Kyle Okposo? What did Abdelkader bring that a more talented, consistent scorer couldn't?
Yesterday, a sizeable contingent of the Red Wings fanbase popped up defending Abdelkader's performance.
And, despite Abdelkader scoring one of USA's five goals over three games in the tournament, the move still doesn't make any sense, and isn't justifiable, despite the fact that Abdelkader had a respectable enough tournament, when the majority of the rest of his team, well, didn't.