Around the Rink – June 30 Edition

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It’s been a busy week for Ken Holland and the Wings’ management staff; the 2010 NHL Draft was held in L.A. on Friday, and the free agency signing period begins tomorrow. Here’s what websites are saying about the Wings’ draftees and free agency outlook.

Here’s a glance at what some DRW blogs are saying:

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6 Responses to Around the Rink – June 30 Edition

  1. Jim says:

    I think the red wings should pick up a few free agents someone with speed or phyical players I dont think mike modano is a good fit he’s kind of burned out! also I would like to know when you will bring back the ecards so when I send emails I san do it with supporting my team.

  2. Justin O'Gorman says:

    I’d like to see Detroit get Modano, but I think Brendan Morrisson would be a better fit. There’s also a few former Red Wings available that I’d like to see comeback:
    Forwards – Vyacheslav Kozlov, Brendan Shanahan, Robert Lang.
    Defense – Mathieu Schneider, Aaron Ward, Anders Eriksson.
    Goalie – Joey MacDonald, Manny Legacy

  3. I think the wings should let LiLia go and maybe dry and pick up a willie mitchell i no he had a bad concussion but if hes healthy would be rock sold on defence morrison would be a great pick up to madano not sure

  4. allen says:

    The Wings NEED to sign kovy. An amazing scorer.

  5. Justin O'Gorman says:

    Wings just added some depth at the goaltending position by signing free agent goalie Joey MacDonald.

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