It is OK to be angry. It is OK to be disappointed. In a weird way it is OK to feel happy about the future.
If you are a Red Wings fan trying to figure out what happened the day after a disappointing 2-1 overtime Game 7 loss to the hatred Chicago Blackhawks your emotions are probably all over the table. This is one of those different strokes for different folks series. In other words it is one of those rare cases in sports where folks will have different emotions while analyzing the same results.
You are angry if you figured the Red Wings to be shoe ins to advance to the Western Conference Finals against the Los Angeles Kings after your team took a 3-1 lead in the series. The Wings had three chances to advance and failed on each one. That’s a bummer for many fans. You could taste the abolition of the Blackhawks but you were forced to see them celebrate at the United Center.
You are disappointed if you figure the Wings gave everything they had. They were the underdogs and were playing on house money during this series. You are proud of your team and realize they hit the ceiling and gave the Blackhawks all they could.
You are happy if you saw the advancement of younger players that can help in the