The opening game of the NHL's Western Conference final was no contest.
The Detroit Red Wings continued to roll, winning their seventh straight game, in ripping the Dallas Stars 4-1 Thursday night.
As if they didn't already have enough offensive weapons, the Wings turned what had been an ordinary power play thus far in the post-season into a three-goal flame thrower.
Full story: Red Wings dominant defeating Stars
Can anyone stop the Red Wings this year?
Wings in five
Probert, 2008-05-25 11:40:50
As for the Crosby comments he is the 3rd or 4th best player in the league at a young age and getting better.
Trev, 2008-05-25 09:31:45
Gretz has said several times after watching Crosby play junior hockey he will be the player that breaks his records.
Crosby doesnt compare himself to Gretz because he is humble, he lets his play talk for him.
Good rant about nothing though kid lol.
Wayne, 2008-05-23 11:31:53
Osgood is also a far better goal tender than Fluery and will be less likely to be over awed by the final. Experience counts at this point and Detroit have it.
Having said this i believe we are in for a hell of a final series.
John, 2008-05-23 07:54:10
Gee I wonder if Crosby getting hurt and missing a lot of games affected his point total.
Wayne, 2008-05-22 11:45:08
The Pens have the advantage with there forwards, Red Wings do with there defence, goal tending looks to be pretty even.
Should be a fast paced series with 2 teams with good offences, that is if the refs dont favour 1 team over the other.
Bill, 2008-05-21 14:08:30
you must be on cheap drugs. Crosby won a scoring title in only second second season and a mvp. what other 19 year old have done that recently ? malkin ? zetterberg ? datsyuk ?
get real kid. you havent got a clue what your yapping off about.
it looks like if your the best player in the league and canadian but dont play for pete's oilers you are over rated lol.
wayne, 2008-05-21 12:24:34