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Red Wings will not be quick to make major changes
The Detroit Red Wings are off to a 1-5-2 start in 2018-19, the worst record in the NHL. They have yet to win one game in regulation but already have two losses of four or more goals. The team is among the worst in the league in goals for and goals against, with rookie forwardChristoffer Ehnas the on
Former Detroit Red Wings Osgood thinks it is “inevitable” Yzerman returns
Detroit Red Wings analyst and former teammate to Steve Yzerman, Chris Osgood spoke on 97.1 The Ticket and made a statement that many Wings fans are hoping for. “Me guessing, yeah, I think it’s inevitable at some point in time he will be here.”
Carolina Hurricanes at Detroit Red Wings: Lineups and Game Discussion
Petr Mrazek(3.07 GAA, .874 SV) will start against his former franchise, which he led to the playoffs twice in his five full seasons there. This may be one of Mrazek’s few remaining starts as the Canes’ No. 1 with the news ofScott Darling’sconditioning stint in Charlotte.
WGD: Game 9: Red Wings vs. Hurricanes
Despite going down 2-0, the Red Wings were able to take a 3-2 lead deep into the third period beforeMike HoffmanbeatJimmy Howardwith a softy from the right boards. After trading chances early in overtime,Gustav Nyqvistwas sprung on a breakaway and he made no mistake, scoring his first of the season
Detroit Red Wings vs. Carolina Hurricanes - 10/22/18 NHL Pick, Odds, and Prediction
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Florida Panthers Fail to Make it Two in a Row; Fall to DET, 4-3 in O.T.
After defeating the Stanley Cup champs, the Florida Panthers were heading home to host the Red Wings, looking to string two consecutive wins together.
The Grind Line: Detroit Red Wings Leadership Under the Microscope
What’s The Grind Line? Apart from the once-famous line of Kris Draper, Kirk Maltby, and either Joe Kocur or Darren McCarty, The Grind Line is also The Hockey Writers’ weekly column about the Detroit Red Wings.Jacob Messing,andRachel Andersonare the muckers who makeup THW’s forechecking unit and soun
Detroit Red Wings: Justin Abdelkader needs to improve
On November 12, 2015, theDetroit Red Wingsmade an investment on power-forward Justin Abdelkader by signing him to a seven-year deal worth $29.75 million. When the Wings signed the Michigan native, Abdelkader showed signs of offensive ability, physicality, and leadership. However, since signing that
Carolina vs. Detroit Prediction, Preview, and Odds - 10-22-2018
The drought is over as the Red Wings have finally broken through with a win. They had lost their first seven games of the year and their last ten dating back to last year until beating the Florida Panthers on the road by a score of 4-3 in OT on Saturday. It also marked the first time this year that
Red Wings' decision on Michael Rasmussen looming
The Detroit Red Wings are tied for the fewest points in the NHL and have the worst goal differential, but they're no longer the league's lone winless team, after defeating Florida 4-3 in overtime Saturday.Here are five things to watch this week:
Detroit Red Wings: Gustav Nyquist Continues to Produce
Often playing alongsideTomas Tatarand Henrik Zetterberg, the goose was counted on to be the shooter. Z would place the puck right on Gus’ tape expecting the puck to find twine. With Hank’s career now completed, Detroit needed a new leader and playmaker.
Red Wings search for ways to jump-start Anthony Mantha
"Probably been skating. That's the main key," Mantha said. "I haven't been battling as hard as I wanted, so that's the biggest thing right now."
Atlantic Division Update: The Red Wings win one
Another week of hockey has come to a close and I’m here to keep you updated on how our enemies are doing. To make a long story short, theMontreal Canadienspassed theBruinsup in the standings this week, so we’re all angry. Here’s how it all went down.
Detroit Red Wings: Mantha has found himself in Blashill’s Doghouse Again
Before the Florida Panthers game, Mantha was unable to eclipse 15 minutes of ice-time in three straight contests. Last night in Florida Mantha played a whopping8:24 minutes. That is unacceptable. I understand the team won, but how does Mantha year after year end up in Blashill’s doghouse?
NHL Mixed Bag: Slow-starting Panthers burdened by unmet expectations
And, probably unfair to them, but hot finishes tend to fuel unrealistic expectations or too much hype heading into the next season.
Red Wings show poise in 3-1 loss to Lightning
TAMPA, Fla. — When their opponent scored, the Detroit Red Wings responded with poise. Instead of getting run over in the second period, they surged and attacked.
Red Wings GM Holland isn’t ‘looking over his shoulder’ regarding Yzerman
One way or another, Steve Yzerman’s future as an NHL GM is on delay for a season, as he’s technically still working for the Tampa Bay Lightning. If another team publicly acknowledged pursuing the Hall of Fame player and top-notch executive, they’d likely be guilty of tampering.
How to watch NHL games online (without cable)
In the U.S., NHL games for the 2018-19 will be broadcast nationally on NBC, NBC Sports, ESPN, ESPN+, andNHL Network, and locally on NBCSN, MSG (that’s the Madison Square Garden channel), and NESN (New England Sports Networks). But if you’ve cut the cord, it can be confusing figuring out how to watch
'I've won three Cups, five Presidents' Trophies. I don't look over my shoulder.' 10 minutes with: Red Wings GM Ken Holland - TheHockeyNews
The bar was set extremely low for the Detroit Red Wings this season and with an 0-4-2 record, they haven’t done anything to prove the skeptics wrong. But if you think the bottom of the standings is foreign territory for GM Ken Holland, well, you probably haven’t been following his career long enough
NHL Injuries: Predators, Coyotes, Habs, Kings, Senators, Devils, Islanders, Stars and Red Wings - MyNHLTradeRumors.com NHL Injuries: Coyotes, Habs, Kings, Senators, Devils, Islanders, Stars and Red Wings
“Christian was making good progress when he injured his pectoral muscle during practice,” said Chayka. “It’s unfortunate and unlucky, but the surgery went well today and we expect him to make a full recovery.”