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few bright spots..

-Detroit ,Michigan


Everyone knew it would be a long and painful season in Detroit with the rebuild going on but there's a few bright spots on our squad so far....Sean Monahan has been playing lights out this year with terrible linemates...He's on pace for a career year and that's playing without Marleau and Kessel who both goth traded for 1st round picks....Monahan never scored 40 goals in a season but looks like he could make it this year...He's sitting at 25 goals in 42 games played...he his shooting the puck way more this year as he's currently 3rd for shots taken in the league..His assists are lower then usual but that's to be expected playing with Hudon and Lucic... He's the face of the franchise so hopefully we can bring in some rookies this draft to help Monahan....Hudon on the other hand is another one that's quietly having a good season playing in the top 6 in his first full season....He's got 12 goals and 25 points in 42 games played...We see him as a 45-50 point winger in the NEFHL in the futur...Letang is still almost ppg since joining our squad in ocotber but will likely get traded before the trade deadline has talks have been heating up to acquire his services...Luongo who his likely playing his last season with the Wings is also rocking a cool ,910 save pourcentage good for 6th in the league on a rebuilding squad...we're pretty sure a team that's lacking experience and leadership will try and acquire Luongo and his 85 overall before the trade deadline