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By Greg Komarnicky
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Nov 23rd, 2016
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Hard to believe that one quarter of the season is already gone. As most teams have now hit or surpassed the 20 game threshold it is time to take a look back at how players and teams have done for the start of the season. Big Events Oct 12th – Austin Matthews Debut Oct 19th […]...
By ZackNevesLITU
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Nov 15th, 2016
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After a short three-game stint, the Detroit Red Wings have sent Tyler Bertuzzi back to the Grand Rapids Griffins of the AHL. In the brief call-up, Bertuzzi had no points and was a minus-1 with the Wings. He had an average of 15 shifts per game, and roughly 10 minutes on average in those contests. [&h...
By Greg Komarnicky
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Nov 2nd, 2016
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The Detroit Red Wings have re-claimed Martin Frk off waivers from the Carolina Hurricanes. Only one month since the Hurricanes claimed him from the Red Wings, Frk returns to the team that drafted him 2nd round, 49th overall in the 2012 entry draft. After recording 44 points in a 67-game season in the...
By David Kataja
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May 28th, 2015
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Dylan Larkin is leaving school to begin his professional hockey career as he was signed to a three-year NHL entry-level deal as well as an amateur try-out contact with the AHL affiliate of the Red Wings, the Grand Rapids Griffins. Larkin is now playing for the Griffins, while the team is still compet...
By ZackNevesLITU
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May 26th, 2015
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Ever since the 2004-05 NHL lockout, the salary cap has completely altered the way NHL management build their teams. A few good contracts can do wonders for a team’s depth, but a few bad contracts can absolutely devastate a team’s ability to grow through change. This, my friends, is the Ul...
By ZackNevesLITU
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May 20th, 2015
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It’s official. The Toronto Maple Leafs have shocked the world by signing generational coach, Mike Babcock. The deal is a Goliath sized eight-year, $50 million contract. Toronto will give Detroit a third round pick as compensation. This all comes one day after TSN’s highly respected analys...
By ZackNevesLITU
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May 19th, 2015
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The most highly coveted free-agent coach in recent history looks like he is finally making up his mind. Mike Babcock has finished all interviews with potential suitors, and will talk the situation over with Red Wings GM Ken Holland once more. TSN’s Bob McKenzie stated on TSN 690 earlier in the ...
By Greg Komarnicky
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May 17th, 2015
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The Detroit Red Wings are blessed with some strong scouting which resulted in a very strong prospect pool. Anthony Mantha leads the very strong pack for the Wings. Jurco just barely makes the list as a prospect sitting at 99 games. 1 more game and he will graduate. Teemu Pulkkinen had a very strong y...
By MATT GRAVES
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May 16th, 2015
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Mr. Hockey is getting a bridge. The Gordie Howe International Bridge is the name of the new international crossing that will eventually connect Windsor, Ont., and Detroit. Howe, was born in Floral, Saskatchewan, became known as Mr. Hockey during his historic career, including his first 25 seasons wit...
By David Kataja
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May 9th, 2015
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Reports are saying that Red Wings goalie Jonas Gustavsson could be heading across the pond to play in the KHL. It was first reported by Swedish news agency, Expressen that the 30-year-old Gustavsson is in talks with Salavat Yulaev of the KHL for next season. Gustavsson is a UFA this offseason and wit...