Sunday Jul 13
Detroit Red Wings: Finalizing the roster
After all the moaning and groaning subsides because the Detroit Red Wings re-signed Daniel Cleary to a 1-year contract this past week, the Red Wings are left with two roster spots and a little over $8 million in cap space.
Winging It In Motown
Breathe In, Breathe Out
I hope you have time to read this laundry list I have put together. Don't forget to vote who you think will be a breakout player this year below! The Red Wings have been scrutinized for their lack of talent that their current roster holds, but I think this is purely based off of last season which can not or should not be fair.
Interesting players who didn't file for arbitration
Feel free to share other noteworthy RFAs who didn't file in the comments, but here are a few of the more intriguing players who decided to ignore that process altogether: Sutter, 25, scored 13 goals and 26 points while averaging 15:56 minutes per game in 81 contests last season.
Red Wings GM Ken Holland's wish list: Health, growth
Defenseman Niklas Kronwall will be on a starting line with Jonathan Ericsson. A right-handed defenseman could play early.
Red Wings will have face-to-face meetings with agents for Matt Niskanen, Dan Boyle, others
They focused on their biggest need - a right-handed shooting defenseman. General manager Ken Holland will meet face-to-face with the agents for Matt Niskanen and Dan Boyle, among others, Thursday in Philadelphia, the site of this weekend's entry draft.
The Detroit News
Red Wings drafts: Hits and misses of the past two decades
Detroit -- Some hits, some real big hits, some misses, and a whole lot of players who never made it at all.