Found June 19, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
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Amongst this evening's Red Wings-related news stories: Let's just say that the following Tweets make the Red Wings' locking up of Pavel Datsyuk over the long haul seem even more important going forward: Ken Holland says he wants to keep Valtteri Filppula but price has to make sense for both sides. — Craig Custance (@CraigCustance) June 19, 2013 Doesn't feel like the Red Wings are going to get Filppula re-signed — Kevin Allen (@ByKevinAllen) June 20, 2013 If you missed this afternoon's news that Ilitch Holdings will essentially be utilizing all of the vacant land behind the Fox Theatre, as well as a huge chunk of the Cass Corridor, to build a new 18,000-seat rink and another $200 million worth of "mixed-use" development, we'll start at the beginning, with the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation's press release regarding their approval of the Ilitches' plan, per WXYZ: Continue reading "Red Wings evening new...
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