Asking SCOTT STEINER for Wrestling Advice
Join Date: Nov 2008
Re: The NHL: Where people get concussions
So Minnesota just went to a mediocre team, to one of the best in the NHL, they have a lot of young talent, a solid goalie when he's not injured but a equally talented backup, one of the best top lines in the NHL now with Parise-Koivu-Heately if that's how they go or could have top lines of Parise/Koivu & Heatley/Setoguchi and whoever Suter pairs up with will be a solid d-line as well, so they are going to be dangerous if they can avoid injures. I mean it was just last season that the Wild were the best team in the NHL before getting hit hard with the injury bug so interesting to see how they play this season.
Also, what does this do for Nashville and New Jersey, I have to believe now, Shea Weber is either going to be traded or be leaving next season as a UFA himself, and what does Jersey do to keep on plugging without Parise, who will be the next captain for their team and can they do as well without him, they are going to need their younger guys really to step up.
It also leaves Semin as probably the biggest name left, and some are saying he might be going to the KHL so a lot of teams might be looking to trade for Rick Nash, so it should be interesting to see where he goes as now that Parise and Suter are off the market, these two Semin & Nash are the next two people I'm sure are watching to see where they go.
GREAT SEASON BOYS, CAN'T WAIT FOR NEXT YEAR.