May 23rd, 2016 In Column, Detroit Red Wings, Editor's Choice 0 comments

There are several question marks regarding the Detroit Red Wings’ roster heading into the 2016-17 season. Of course, the central focus is the status of Pavel Datsyuk, but Ken Holland also has to make decisions on forwards Darren Helm and Drew Miller. He will also have to determine whether Andreas Athanasiou and Anthony Mantha will start the...

May 17th, 2016 In Detroit Red Wings, News 0 comments

The Detroit Red Wings took another step in the remaking of their coaching staff under head coach Jeff Blashill. After losing assistant coach Tony Granato to the University of Wisconsin, and moving his colleague Pat Ferschweiler to the press box, they have promoted Jeff Salajko to replace longtime goalie coach Jimmy Bedard. After 18 seasons with...

May 11th, 2016 In Detroit Red Wings, Red Wings Management 0 comments

This has been a big week for the Detroit Red Wings. On Tuesday, the Detroit Red Wings announced that they’ve hired former defenseman Doug Houda as an assistant coach to oversee the defense for the upcoming season. UPDATE: #RedWings Name Doug Houda Assistant Coach. Story: https://t.co/YaYhNdaSX4 pic.twitter.com/vHAMGMlRu4 — Detroit...

May 3rd, 2016 In Detroit Red Wings, Red Wings History 0 comments

Now that the beloved Detroit Red Wings are out of the playoffs, fans in Detroit and across the world still have three rounds of playoff hockey to watch and no horse in the race—unless you’re rooting for Nyquist to win the Kentucky Derby this weekend. So who do you cheer for? You cheer for Red Wings success. How? By rooting for past Red...

May 2nd, 2016 In Detroit Red Wings, International Hockey, News 0 comments

USA Hockey has sent home Detroit Red Wings forward Luke Glendening, the team announced Monday. They are set to start exhibition games in advance of the 2016 World Championships and, according to Julie Robenhymer, Glendening is unable to participate due to a lingering injury. Details on the injury are not available at the moment, and USA Hockey...

May 2nd, 2016 In Column, Detroit Red Wings 0 comments

Like most things this year for the Detroit Red Wings, it just didn’t seem to click for the speedy Darren Helm. Detroit’s utility forward played on the second, third, and fourth lines at times throughout the season and spent time on both the power play and penalty kill units. Related: Detroit Red Wings Playoff Guide: Who to Root For Now,...

April 30th, 2016 In Red Wings Prospects 0 comments

In his third season with the Detroit Red Wings’ AHL affiliate the Grand Rapids Griffins, Martin Frk evolved from a former second-round pick to a legitimate scoring winger. Originally drafted 49th overall back in 2012, the 22 year-old Frk has taken the long road to show NHL potential. Frk finished his third professional season with 27 goals...

April 30th, 2016 In Detroit Red Wings, International Hockey, News 0 comments

Detroit Red Wings center and pending unrestricted free agent Joakim Andersson is leaving the NHL. The 27-year-old center has signed a contract with Örebro in his native Sweden, the team has announced. After getting consist time in the NHL over the last two seasons, with no time spent in the American League, Andersson played just 29 games...

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