Found August 29, 2012 on The Majors Detroit:
With the Wings still looking for guys on the blue line, one name out there that still hasn’t found a new home is St. Louis defenseman Carlo Colaiacovo. Reports last week indicated that the Wings offered a two year deal to the free agent however according to Chuck Pleiness of Red Wings Front, both sides seem to have a difference of opinion on how many years each side wants for a deal. Colaiacovo, who reportedly is looking for a three-year deal and was originally offered a one-year deal by the Wings, hasn’t played more than 67 games in any season. After a disappointing offseason in which prime target Ryan Suter got away, Ken Holland seems to be working very conservatively considering the CBA uncertainty heading into the season. believes that three years for a defenseman that will log a ton of minutes and give you quality work seems reasonable. However, Colaiacovo is also a guy that is prone to missing some games due to injury which will leave any team thinking twice....

3rd Time is the Charm for Winterhawks

Ty Rattie (Portland Winterhawks) This is the time of the year when everyone is pulling out their predictions for the 2012-2013 season so allow me to toss in my 0.02 in. Cutting right to the chase I can see a rematch of last year's WHL finals with the Edmonton Oil Kings facing the Portland Winterhawks. Kelly Friesen of Buzzing the Net offers up a strong case for Micheal...

Red Wings mid-day news: a little revision and editing and Swedish Wing talk

Amongst this afternoon's Red Wings news:   The Macomb Daily's Chuck Pleiness offered several contractual updates regarding Wings moves to come early this morning, but Pro Hockey Talk's Joe Yerdon noted that an iteration of Pleiness's article for his blog, Red Wings Front, is worth revisiting as it raises an eyebrow... Last Friday, a source confirmed...
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