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Loui Eriksson: Red Wing Killer

By: josh q. public on: Friday, February 25, 2011 @12:06 pm

Loui Eriksson: Red Wing KillerI can’t sleep ’cause my bed’s on fire.  Don’t touch me I’m a real live wire.  Psycho killer.  Qu’est que c’est.  -Talking Heads

Gloves off, stick down, no warning, he challenged the Chiefs!   Called us names!  Called us names!  But Dave was there.  Dave’s a killer!  Dave’s a killer!  Dave’s a mess.  Dave may be a mess but Loui Eriksson ain’t.  Loui Eriksson’s a killer.  Loui Eriksson is a Red Wing killer.  Last night, Loui Eriksson scored a shorthanded goal in the last minute of the first period in what proved to the winner winner chicken dinner in the Stars in 4-1 victory at Detroit.  Hooray Stars!  Hooray Loui Eriksson!  For those of you keeping score at home, you know Eriksson has now scored three goals in four games against the Red Wings this season.  For those of you keeping score at home, you also know that all three of those goals were game-winners.  But did you know he’s only the third player in the NHL’s expansion era to score three game-winning goals versus the Red Wings in one season?  Did you know the the others were Montreal’s Guy Lafleur in 1977-78 and Toronto’s John Anderson in 1983-84.  Huh?  Did ya?  I thought not.  Now don’t say I never gave you nothin’.  And y’all come back now, ya hear?

Peace out homies. Six two and even!

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    foledyagoalie Says:

    Entertaining, but I think you overreacted a little.
    Besides, Rick Nash is probably the biggest Wings killer. Look up his stats.

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    joshqpublic Says:

    i do tend to overreact but only the third player in the NHL’s expansion era to score three game-winning goals versus the Red Wings in one season is still only the third player in the NHL’s expansion era to score three game-winning goals versus the Red Wings in one season.

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    john q doe Says:

    The third player in the NHL’s expansion era to score three game-winning goals versus the Red Wings in one season in only 4 games too. How many tries did the others get?