Steve Yzerman: Leaving Detroit Organization but Will Forever Be a Red Wing
This hit me harder than I thought it would. Though he's now five years removed from the ice, knowing that Stevie Y was still in the Red Wings organization did provide some comfort that my hockey hero was still a Red Wing.
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#1 May 26, 2010
Good for him and I'm glad he went to a team in the Eastern conference. I'd love to see his team whooping the snot out of Pittsburg.
With the exception of Federoff, former Wings are always cheered when returning to our ice. We are grateful for what they did here. We don't want them to win but we can be grateful unlike the jerks in Chicago who bood Chelios. He was their team for years.
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