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 […]
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There is some speculation out there that says the Dallas Stars might be willing to part ways with veteran defender Sergei Gonchar, and Sportsnet’s Marty McSorley believes the Detroit Red […]
After a season in which Jimmy Howard was pushed to carry the Detroit Red Wings to the second round of the playoffs, Ken Holland and Mike Babcock may want to […]
“Never interrupt an enemy while he is making a mistake” Napoleon Bonaparte Oh, Napoleon. So wise in the ways of war, but have you any wisdom regarding friendship? […]
With the NHL Entry Draft having come and gone, it is now time to shift gears and focus on Friday’s NHL Free Agent Frenzy. Because of the shortened season, the […]
With Detroit general manager, Ken Holland, set to embark on a summer spending-spree with all of the pending unrestricted and restricted free agents, Red Wings fans will be sitting patiently […]
Jimmy Howard showed this season why he is one of the elite goaltenders in the NHL. In 42 games started this past season, he went 21-13-7, with a .923 SV% […]
Now that the Detroit Red Wings’ season is over, the Pavel Datsyuk-contract saga begins. The Russian forward just finished the sixth season of his 7-year contract worth $6.7 million per […]
When Red Wings general manager, Ken Holland signed Mikael Samuelsson to a 2-year, $6 million contract on July 1st, 2012, he thought he was signing the Swedish, right-winger that helped […]
The Detroit Red Wings have always been a franchise known for their veteran, experienced-saavy players. The historic, Original Six franchise seems to be synonymous with names like Henrik Zetterberg, Pavel […]
In a season that has been marred by injuries to key members of the team—as of March 3rd, the Red Wings led the NHL in man games lost due to injury by a large margin—the team has done a remarkable job of staying afloat in the tough Western Conference, where every game, every point means something in a shortened season.
The Detroit Red Wings have undergone their fair share of turbulence this season. Not only did they lose out on Ryan Suter and Zach Parise in free agency last year, […]