The 2013 NHL draft class saw eight players make their NHL debuts with six of them playing at least 40 games for their teams. The Carolina Hurricanes took center Elias […]
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With all the concern over Olympic injuries, many were questioning whether the NHL should send its players to Pyeongyang for the 2018 games. While that’s still up for debate – […]
John Tavares, torn MCL and torn meniscus; out for season. Patrice Bergeron, hit in the torso with a puck; left game, but would eventually come back. Henrik Zetterberg, injured back; […]
Teemu Selanne apparently accused Sidney Crosby, who has never been called for a diving penalty, of taking a dive in their round robin game. Not happy about a call that […]
Wings’ Management Dropped The Ball The Detroit Red Wings have put their season in peril by sending their two best players to the Sochi Olympics with serious injuries. Instead of demanding that […]
Watching Detroit hasn’t been much fun recently and enjoying writing about the team requires even more effort. But here’s another attempt, nonetheless. Film, T.V. and literature are the finest […]
Much was made over the past offseason about Ken Holland hoarding players, specifically forwards, leading to a claustrophobic forward depth chart. Fast forward two months into the season and it […]
The players who ensured Detroit’s survival in the post-Yzerman era are both injured. Without Datsyuk and Zetterberg the Red Wings are forced to stomach an appetizer for a meal […]
A strong four-line performance is an absolute must for the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday against a Boston Bruins squad who sits atop the NHL’s Eastern Conference. If it wasn’t […]
Don’t look now, but the Detroit Red Wings have won two out of their last three meetings. Although it’s not exactly a winning streak, the team has certainly taken steps […]
It’s been too long for the Red Wings and their fans since they last saw a win. The team hasn’t won in seven consecutive games and have lost eight straight at Joe Louis Arena. Now, it’s not as bad as it could be. During their losing streak, the Wings still notched points in five of the seven games.
Things are a little different for the Buffalo Sabres since the last time I wrote one of these. Darcy Regier was still the general manager and the embattled Ron Rolston […]