Detroit Red Wing Henrik Zetterberg is hoping his latest business venture will make your mouth water.
The NHL’s decision to not suspend Nashville’s Shea Weber might have led to a rash of violence in the playoffs, according to Detroit’s Henrik Zetterberg.
As everyone knows Shae Weber was fined $2,500 for his hit on Henrik Zetterberg after the final horn sounded on Wednesday night.
So, let me get this straight. The NHL has decided that grabbing a player’s head and ramming it into the boards like Stone Cold Steve Austin would use the turnbuckle for The Rock, is now acceptable behavior?
I know that’s not a newsflash to most, but it sure has Red Wings fans riled up.
The NHL has fined Nashville defenseman Shea Weber $2,500 for slamming Detroit forward Henrik Zetterberg’s head against the glass at the end of Game 1.
If you missed the final minutes of last night Wings game you may have missed Nashville’s Shea Weber slamming Henrik Zetterberg’s head into the glass. With 2 seconds left to go in the game you […]
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