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2012 Playoffs, Commentary, Post-Game

Red Wings Defeat Conspiracy, win game two


Despite a secret KGB plot involving an Alex Radulov dive and polonium poisoning not to mention Gary Bettman’s transparent small market favoritism in not suspending Shea Weber the Red Wings gritted out a win in Tennessee.

Todd Bertuzzi opened the game by getting revenge without being named in a court case on Shea Weber whose attempted Zetterberg head dribbling didn’t go unnoticed by this astute blogger.

When they weren’t busy chanting homophobic slurs at Todd Bertuzzi the Nashville crowd took their time to boo the friendly* Swede for being assaulted, apparently. Deplorable.

Game three is in Detroit at noon on Sunday. See you here before then.

* Full disclosure we don’t understand what Henrik Zetterberg says when he talks.

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6 thoughts on “Red Wings Defeat Conspiracy, win game two

  1. I can’t make the Sparklee work.

    Posted by felixpotvin | April 13, 2012, 9:27 pm
  2. boo! the man paid a full fee. take your tongue out of your cheek! lol

    Posted by jordanhr | April 13, 2012, 9:30 pm
  3. Focusing on the sparklee atm

    Posted by felixpotvin | April 13, 2012, 9:37 pm
  4. I love how, the moment we had a couple of guys join in, the main topic of conversation became sparkling :-) Welcome aboard!

    Posted by Kathryn P | April 14, 2012, 9:16 am

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