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Blues coach Ken Hitchcock was an assistant on Mike Babcock's
staff when the Detroit Red Wings coached Team Canada to the gold
medal in the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. Babcock even talked to
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Counting tonight, DET (9-6-1, 9th in WC) have 4 games remaining prior to Thanksgiving (US). As has previously been mentioned, the rule of thumb is that a team must be within 3 points of a playoff spot at Thanksgiving to have any realistic chance of making the post-season. 8th seed in the WC is, ironically, held by SJS (9-5-1) with 19 points (same as DET, the Wings having played...
I would like to apologize to all my readers for the lack of content over the last week, I promise that I will be back to normal in the next few days. I work in sports and have been swamped with extra work getting ready for and starting the college basketball season. I will have […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry...Detroit Red Wings vs St. Louis Blues: An apology to my readers...
Detroit Red Wings owner Mike Illitch reiterated his belief Monday night that his club will likely be taken care of in the NHL's realignment for next season.
DETROIT – On the surface it looked like another hockey player doing what’s necessary to help his team win. But what Ian White did Saturday was a true testament to the man and the type of team-player the Red Wings have in their 27-year-...
from Gregg Krupa of the Detroit News, The Vladinator is performing once again, and in a whole new way.
This time, Vladimir Konstantinov’s talent is on display in a medium other than hockey. He’s an artist, and his work will be on display in a gallery exhibit opening Thursday in Royal Oak.
The show is titled “Animals and Inspiration.”
While that also describes the way the...
It was Red Wings Day in downtown Toronto today -- at least at the Hall of Fame and a nearby restaurant.
Red Wings defenseman Niklas Kronwall is on the All-Star Game ballot this season for the first time in his career. (Photo by Dave Sandford)
ST. LOUIS – Even th...
An exhibition of art by ex-Detroit Red Wings defenseman Vladimir Konstantinov (kahn-stan-TEE'-nahv) is going on display.
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Former Red Wings defenseman Vladimir Konstantinov - who was seriously injured in a limousine crash six days after the Wings won the Stanley Cup in 1997 - will display 42 pieces of his artwork tonight in Royal Oak.
SHARKS VS. DETROITFaceoff: 7:30 p.m. at HP PavilionTV/Radio: CSNCA, 98.5, 102.1, 92.1Red Wings update: Detroit has been a streaky team all season, winning its first five games, losing its next six and winning the next four before dropping a 2-1 decision in St.
Alex Steen scored unassisted for the go-ahead goal in the second period, and the St. Louis Blues held the Detroit Red Wings to single-digit shots in all three periods of a 2-1 victory on Tuesday night.