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The Detroit Sports Site:
The 2008-09 Detroit Red Wings were in the midst of one of their longest win streaks of the season when they ventured into Chicago on Oct. 25, 2008. Continue reading →
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via Craig Custance of ESPN (must be an ESPN Insider to read on),
There's no doubt seasoning in the American Hockey League is crucial to the growth of most young hockey players. When citing the virtues of the league, scouts and team executives often say the same thing: They've seen players hurt because they were rushed to the NHL but never because they spent too much...
Well things are starting to get real around the NHL. Today via his Twitter account, Blackhawks star Patrick Kane announced today that he will be playing with a Swiss team, the EHC Biel: Kane is the first Blackhawks player of significance to head oversees during the lockout. He leaves on Sunday for Switzerland and The post Chicago Blackhawks Star Patrick Kane Signs With Team in...
from Ansar Khan of Mlive,
When the NHL season begins – if it begins at all in 2012-13 – Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock might be inclined to put rookie Damien Brunner on a line with Henrik Zetterberg.
Zetterberg has formed good chemistry with the 26-year-old Brunner while playing for EV Zug of Switzerland's Series A League.
Zetterberg has 10 points (six...
With the NHL lockout dragging on, we’ll take a daily look back at some games from the Detroit Red Wings’ storied history… For Red Wings’ fans, the end of the 2008 season was one to remember. Detroit captured the Stanley … Continue reading →
A week ago, there was light at the end of narrow and close-minded tunnel that was the NHL lockout. There has been no movement since then. Stagnant-ville. Go ahead and add Chicago Blackhawks star forward Patrick Kane to the growing … Continue reading →
Tomorrow night, a group of current and former Chicago Blackhawks will host a charity game – Champs for Charity – at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Their goal is to raise $25,000. For … Continue reading →
from Bob Duff of the Windsor Star,
With news arriving Friday that NHL commissioner Gary Bettman had announced the cancellation of all regular-season games through the end of November, members of the locked-out Detroit Red Wings made no effort to hide their distaste for the leader of their league.
“To me, it seems like everything Gary Bettman does is in spite,” Detroit...
It’s here. The Apocalypse. Forget the Mayans and December. Nope, the end of the world came yesterday October 23rd, when Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane signed with an EHC team in the Swiss league. I get you like blondes Kaner but not you. Anyone but you. You’re the drunken frat boy little brother we as The post Diary of a Mad NHL Fan: The Apocalypse appeared first on No Coast Bias.