Found August 09, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
This entry's essentially brought to you by RedWingsFeed as I wasn't on Twitter when's Bill Roose offered a trio of "teasers" for an upcoming conversation with Nicklas Lidstrom... Spoke to Nicklas Lidstrom on several topics today, including Alfredsson, the '14 Winter Classic, and his jersey retirement night on March 6. — The Wheel Deal (@Bill_Roose) August 9, 2013 Continue reading "A RedWingsFeed-sponsored slate of Red Wings evening gnus about Lidstrom and Samuelsson"

Red Wings afternoon news: on Ian White and points of ‘exciting’ emphasis

I spend a significant amount of time reading foreign-language news websites in the summer, and finding's Kenneth Fahlberg's interview with Henrik Zetterberg was the start of a two-parter of sorts: At the other end of the "importance to the Red Wings going forward" spectrum: Sportbox points us toward a report from which states that Avangard Omsk...

Detroit’s sports teams will help lift its city

  In a time where it’s city needs them the most, I will tell you why the Detroit sports teams can be the difference from lifting the place they call home. With its finances ravaged and its neighborhoods hollowed out by a long, slow decline in population and auto manufacturing, Detroit became the largest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy last month. So now, with their backs against...

Red Wings overnight report: wading into the Alfredsson mess and a middling Paterson appearance

Paul noted that Daniel Alfredsson told the Ottawa Sun's Bruce Garrioch that he will in fact hold some sort of press conference this week, but the balance of Garrioch's article involves Senators owner Eugene Melnyk repeating his talking points from his Friday conversation with the Ottawa Citizen's James Gordon, though Garrioch paraphrases much of it. By now, it's...

Red Wings mid-day quickies: a baffling ‘either-or,’ curious preseason scheduling and prospect gnus

Very briefly, or nearly so: Paul already posted this, but my reaction to ESPN's Paul Grant's suggestion that, "If you could pick one player in their prime, would you pick Zdeno Chara over Nicklas Lidstrom?" has some basis in reality...Well, it goes something like this: Continue reading "Red Wings mid-day quickies: a baffling ‘either-or,’...

JJ from Kansas offers the Red Wings’ version of Puck Daddy’s “National Hockey League of Nations”

Winging it in Motown's JJ from Kansas posited the Detroit Red Wings version of Puck Daddy's "National Hockey League of Nations" article, attempting to pick the best Red Wings player from each and every one of the countries which have produced Red Wings players, and if we're going with "most naturally talented," I can't disagree with his pick for...

Red Wings overnight report: on roster ‘questions,’ an interview with Zetterberg and outdoor overload

This morning's crop of Red Wings news begins with a slate of, well, questions about personnel issues which will only be answered with time. In a slate of "News and Views," the Detroit News's Ted Kulfan wonders why neither ex-Wing Damien Brunner or in-limbo-status free agent Daniel Cleary haven't found gainful employment... Continue reading "Red Wings...

Chara Or Lidstrom?

from Paul Grant of ESPN, For our fourth and final installment, how about two of the best defensemen of the modern era in Zdeno Chara and Nicklas Lidstrom? Sure, different styles, different physical builds, but roll with us on this one. There's no questioning each was the No. 1 defenseman on a highly successful team. The case for Zdeno Chara: One Stanley Cup. One Norris...
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