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What Can the Wings Do With Weiss?

You have to give Ken Holland credit. The Red Wings have made 25 straight playoff appearances, and he has been the GM of those playoff teams since 1997, winning 3 […]

by · May 27, 2015 · 0 comments · Detroit Red Wings
Will Teemu Pulkkinen Be Traded?

Will Teemu Pulkkinen Be Traded?

After signing a three-year entry-level deal with the Detroit Red Wings last Thursday, Dylan Larkin scored back-to-back goals with the Grand Rapids Griffins in just his second professional game. The […]

by · May 26, 2015 · 0 comments · Detroit Red Wings
Why the Red Wings Could Use Blake Comeau

Why the Red Wings Could Use Blake Comeau

With the Red Wings having been in offseason mode for a month already, it’s time to look forward to the 2015-2016 season and what it has in store for Detroit’s favourite […]

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3 Red Wings Who Could Thrive Under Jeff Blashill

First, let me preface this by saying that I know Jeff Blashill is not the coach of the Detroit Red Wings – yet. Second, I understand there is a difference […]

by · May 23, 2015 · 0 comments · Detroit Red Wings
Coach Mike Babcock (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Why the Babcock Breakup was My Worst Breakup Ever

If you’ve been lucky enough to have had a significant other in your life, you more than likely have lost one as well. Breakups happen in the strangest ways, sometimes. […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Leafs Hire Babcock

According to TSN the Toronto Maple Leafs have signed Mike Babcock to a $50 million dollar deal to coach the team for the next eight years. The deal comes after more than […]

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No Babcock For Leafs Not That Bad

  Tuesday morning on TSN Radio, Bob McKenzie said that Mike Babcock is “definitely not going to the Leafs.” And so ends another round of dreaming for the Maple Leafs […]

Landon Ferraro at the NHL Entry Draft (Neate Sager / Buzzing the net)

Red Wings Draft Recap: 2009

The 2008-2009 season was a heartbreaking one for Red Wings fans. The Wings looked to be the first team to be back-to-back Stanley Cup champs since…well, themselves, back in 1997-1998. […]

1964-65 Detroit Red Wings

50 Years Ago in Hockey – 1964-65 Post-Mortem: Red Wings

Despite an early playoff exit, the 1964-65 season has to be considered an unqualified success for the Detroit Red Wings.  The Wings compiled a league-leading record of 40-23-7 to finish […]

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Gustav Nyquist: Red Wings’ Most Important Free Agent

The Detroit Red Wings were eliminated in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs by the Tampa Bay Lightning in seven games, and now all attention turns to the […]

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Why Detroit Will Trade Their 2015 1st Round Pick

Another season has passed for the Detroit Red Wings, and while they made the playoffs, the Red Wings find themselves picking in the top 20 for the 3rd straight season. […]

Roger Crozier wins the Calder Trophy.

50 Years Ago in Hockey – Crozier wins Calder

When the Detroit Red Wings allowed Terry Sawchuk to be drafted last summer by the Toronto Maple Leafs, hockey people everywhere scoffed at Sid Abel’s idea that 22-year-old Roger Crozier would […]