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Jeff Marek, John Shannon and Brad May of Sportsnet discuss the future timeline to get a partial NHL season off the ground in mid-January.
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The Detroit Red Wings' year of 2012 will go down in history, but not for something that happened on the ice.
Captain Nick Lidstrom hung up his skates after 20 seasons in the NHL, all of them with the Wings.
The four-time Stanley Cup champion and seven-time Norris Trophy winner did not take too long to decide his future after the Wings lost in the first round of the playoff...
When Ilitch Holdings and Olympia Entertainment chose not to renew Joe Louis Arena's lease with the City of Detroit in 2010, they did so in order to allow Cobo Hall to revert back to the City's management, and that's worked out very well for the City as Cobo's renovation will allow the North American International Auto Show to grow over the next few years.
Detroit's mayor, Dave Bing, pledged last week to get tough on the city's debtors, but not he nor any other mayor have collected on the debts that may be owed to the City of Detroit by the Detroit Red Wings.According to the Detroit News, a little-known provision in Olympia Entertainment's lease of city-owed Joe Louis Arena and Cobo Arena promises Detroit a 25 percent...
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Detroit Red Wings are struggling with the latest NHL lockout, as the two sides are bickering over millions. Detroit Red Wings
The Red Wings are reportedly $70 million in debt to the city of Detroit. According to their lease agreement, the team is supposed to pay the city 25% of their TV rights as...