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Duffer’s Dabbles: Red Wings’ Larkin Might Want To Reconsider; Penguins’ Crosby out six weeks
On the one hand, you have to admire Dylan Larkin’s honesty. Then again, perhaps he should remember where his bread is buttered – or in this case, where he gets his pizza dough.
Detroit Red Wings captain Larkin did one of those social media experiments in which he answered a bunch of either/or questions for the NHLPA website. He choose Netflix over HBOMax, coffee over tea and a suit over sweats. Larkin also picked the Mighty Ducks over Slap Shot as his favorite hockey movie. Hmmm.
However, the answer that might leave him with some explaining to do was when he chose burgers over pizza. Evidently, he’s forgetting who it is that signs his paychecks.
That would be the Ilitch family, owners of Little Caesars Pizza. You know, the company who’s slogan is “Pizza, Pizza.”
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— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) September 8, 2021
Come on, Dylan. The name’s right there on the arena you walk into each morning during the NHL season.
Crosby Undergoes Wrist Surgery
Pittsburgh: There’s more to worry about in Pittsburgh. Penguins captain Sidney Crosby underwent wrist surgery on Wednesday. He went under the knife to correct on ongoing ailment that rehab simply wasn’t helping to heal. The favorite NHL player of every Red Wings fan will be out for six weeks.
Detroit: If you were planning on attending Wings games this season, or are in fact a season ticket holder, pay attention. The team is changing the start time for two games. The December 18 game with the New Jersey Devils will begin at 8 p.m. On January 31, the Red Wings-Anaheim Ducks game is now going to start at 7:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh: Former Red Wings tough guy Stu Grimson talked about the role of fighting in hockey and the unique problem that Tom Wilson of the Washington Capitals presents for opponents.
Philadelphia: Mark Recchi is in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Now, perhaps he can earn induction into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame.