In the next season or two, we will see debate heat up in earnest about the retirement of a Red Wings player who will likely find a place in the Hall of Fame. A player that has been with us for the better part of two decades. A player who has won multiple Stanley Cups, saved our necks a time or two, and been a major reason we have managed to remain contenders since the early 90's.
As this is my first post, allow me a minute to introduce myself. I'm Josh, you all know me as Apocalyptic0n3. I'm 21 and have spent the majority of my life in northern Sterling Heights. I go to MCC and am currently studying graphic design. I've been a Wings fan since I was 4 when I got caught hiding behind a couch watching a game when I was supposed to be in bed, forbidden to watch a violent game like hockey. Favorite player of all time is Federov and I have a darling man-crush on Shea Weber, as I am sure you may have noticed.