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The Detroit Red Wings were founded in 1926 by Charles A. Hughes as one of the NHL’s Original Six franchises and were known as the Detroit Cougars until 1930. For the 1930–31 and 1931–32 seasons, the team was called the Detroit Falcons, and in 1932 changed its name to the Red Wings. They played their first game on Nov. 18, 1926, against the Boston Bruins, which they lost 2-0. They’ve won 11 Stanley Cups, ranking them third behind the Montreal Canadiens (24) and Toronto Maple Leafs (13), with their last Cup occurring in 2008. The Red Wings qualified for the playoffs in 25 consecutive seasons from 1990-91 through 2015-16, which is tied for the third-longest streak in NHL history.

Red Wings NCAA Prospects Report: Postseason Weeks 2-3 Recap

Detroit Red Wings prospects continue to shine on the big stage. With division tournaments coming to a close, a lot is still at stake for a lot of these young collegiate players. The start of the NCAA Tournament is just around the corner, and there will be many familiar faces in the race to the Frozen Four. The NCAA Tournament begins today, March 23rd, and it’s time to get excited for what is to come. Here is a recap of the last two weeks of the collegiate postseason, and a look at what Red Wings prospects still have their postseason…

4 Red Wings Who Won’t Be Back Next Season

The Detroit Red Wings have had a year of mixed results in 2022-23. As a result of this, they traded Tyler Bertuzzi, Filip Hronek, Oskar Sundqvist, and Jakub Vrana before the deadline passed. Yet, when it comes to this summer, we should expect more changes to their group made. As a result, let’s discuss four Red Wings who are not expected to be back next season. Adam Erne One pending UFA who the Red Wings are likely to part ways with this summer is Adam Erne. After recording a 20-point campaign in 45 games for Detroit in 2020-21, the 2013…

3 Things That Doomed the Red Wings’ 2022-23 Season

The Detroit Red Wings currently have a slim chance of making the playoffs this season, but that chance should completely evaporate in the next week or so. It is unfortunate given how much chatter there was in the offseason about the team taking the next step and becoming a legitimate playoff threat. Despite a number of quality wins and some promising play leading up to the trade deadline, Detroit’s hockey club will once again be draft lottery bound as the another season goes by and another year is added to their playoff drought. So what happened? How did the Red…

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