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Red Wings-Penguins: Game Seven Might Require a “Special” Tool

Published by on June 12, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

Mike Babcock is running out of things to do or say.

He can’t spank Marian Hossa and send him to the corner.

He can’t make Jiri Hudler and Mikael Samuelsson write, “I promise not to disappear in the Finals again” a hundred times on the chalkboard.

Maybe he can bring a sickle into Joe Louis Arena.

It’s a legendary story in Detroit, though more of the cult-like variety.

The Pistons were set to play the Boston Celtics. It was Game Six of the 1988 Eastern Conference Finals. The Pistons, trying to eliminate their longtime playoff nemesis, had won a stunning Game Five victory in the venerable Boston Garden to move ahead in the series, 3-2.


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