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Oct 5, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Detroit Red Wings center Joakim Andersson and Boston Bruins center David Krejci line up for a face-off during the first period at TD Banknorth Garden.
Deep into the NHL off-season, Helene St. James takes an analytical look at individual Red Wings and assesses expectations for the coming season.
Because the Pulitzer committee didn't accept my request to open a category for "Observations," we'll try to honor some of the "great work" of the past here.
MLive.com The Red Wings have 11 players back from the team that won the prospects tournament for the first time last year and more than half of their top 25 prospects will be in Traverse City for the event beginning Sept.
Detroit's current edition may not have the flashy, league-leading scorers as it has had in the past, but there are certainly some players worthy of material recognition.
I'm a little fuzzy on what exactly the criteria is for being eligible to play in the tournament, but I think a player is ineligible after he's played a certain number of pro games.
Here at Gawker Media, we talk a lot about the Ilitch family, the Detroit powerhouses who are financing a hockey stadium on a bankrupt city's dime and make cheap pizza for the masses.
Sep 19, 2013; Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN; Minnesota Wild defenseman Mathew Dumba tries to get by Winnipeg Jets forward Devin Setoguchi during the third period at MTS Centre.
Ah, the Detroit Red Wings . The steadiest of the Eddies. There are multiple draft classes who literally have never lived in a world where the Red Wings have missed the playoffs.
Forwards Anthony Mantha, Andreas Athanasiou and Tomas Nosek as well as defensemen Ryan Sproul and Mattias Backman are among the players the Detroit Red Wings will take to Traverse City next month in defense of their prospects tournament championship at Centre ICE Arena.
It's Thursday morning, and the hockey world remains abuzz with talk of NHL expansion.
Mar 22, 2014; Saint Paul, MN, USA; Detroit Red Wings center Landon Ferraro skates with the puck against the Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center.
A performance where the goaltender put up a .917 or better save percentage or, if the opponent failed to get more than 20 total shots, a game where he stopped 88.5% or better.
Assuming a contract like that would even fit under the cap. ProHockeyTalk Former Quebec league sniper is gunning for a gig in Detroit.
The AHL released their season schedule this morning, and that's exciting because now I can start firmly planning which games I can attend.
NHLPA You want to see a bunch of players celebrating National Dog Day with their pet pooches? Of course you do.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 01:33 pm
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