So this much we know.
One evening, in the not-too-distant future, fans will look to the rafters at Joe Louis Arenaùor wherever the Red Wings will be playing by thenùand see a large red "jersey" with a white No. 5 and the name "LIDSTROM" adorning it, the years played for the Red Wings listed below it, in red on a white band.
That much we know.
But, and I know my timing isn't great here, I submit that those same fans should also be able to crane their necks and see a big red swatch of fabric with a white No. 30 and the name "OSGOOD" sewn onto it.
You heard me.
It's a few weeks into the NHL regular season, and that may turn some people on, but this is the perfect time to be an argument starter, if you ask me. Let these October games drone on in t ...
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