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I've been pretty close to comatose for the past two days, so Paul's been doing his best to keep up with the lunacy that surrounds Daniel Cleary's fate and to offer the most pertinent Red Wings-related stories. Here's my attempt to catch up with the past 30-some hours' worth of stuff, on a source-by-source basis: Continue reading "Red Wings catchy-uppy post: all the gnus that’s fit to post, including Alfredsson, Babs, KH, etc."
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After all the talk about wanting more money, Daniel Cleary decided to stay a Detroit Red Wing by signing a one-year deal worth $1.75 million on Thursday, September 12th.
It’s been a long off-season for Cleary. In early July he was offered a three-year contract with the Red Wings but he turned it down asking for more money. The Wings responded by going out and signing Daniel Alfredsson...
New Detroit Red Wings forward Stephen Weiss says the franchise's perpetual contender status was a big reason he decided to come to Detroit.
The Red Wings opened training camp Thursday in Traverse City, Mich.
Detroit signed Daniel Alfredsson and Weiss and extended Pavel Datsyuk's deal, giving the franchise a better chance to have success as it shifts to the Eastern Conference...
With the Red Wings annual Traverse City training camp right around I’m going to sit down take a look at the roster and see what the lines might look like heading in to camp and in the season.The Red Wings made a Hugh splash in the off season with the sign of Daniel Alfredsson as well as the signing of Stephen Weiss. Alfredsson a player many thought would never leave Ottawa...
The Red Wings officially kick off training camp with three practices and a scrimmage today in Traverse City, and the Left Wing Lock's Sarah Lindenau's posted a link to the scrimmage's box score (it looks like all of the Wings' scrimmages and the Red vs. White game will be available on Pointstreak).
This morning, the Free Press's Helene St. James ponders several...
I think that my and other folks' reactions to a wrinklethat transpired regarding Daniel Alfredsson's first official day as a Red Wing may have summarized why Daniel Alfredsson chose to join Detroit, other than the whole wanting to win the Stanley Cup thing:
TSN and the Toronto Sun sent people here just to cover Daniel Alfredsson? All this way?
TSN's Matthew Scianitti...
Aside from Clearygate and the various media availabilities that took place at on Thursday, training camp did get underway at Centre Ice Arena.
The Wings have been split into three teams--teams Lindsay, Delvecchio and Howe--and depending on who figuratively gets the short end of the stick, their days break down as follows:
The first team to practice takes part in a pair of practices...
Per the Left Wing Lock's Sarah Lindenau, here are the Red Wings' training camp "teams": Continue reading "Here are the Red Wings’ training camp teams"
Tire blew up on our way to Traverse City. #painful #uncle pic.twitter.com/pYosJvGyOJ
— Jordin Tootoo (@Jtootoo22) September 10, 2013
@Jtootoo22 how's the bus trip going? pic.twitter.com/WBQFXltV1I
— Cory Emmerton (@cemmer48) September 10, 2013
Maybe it’ll turn out that Helm and Mikael Samuelsson and Todd Bertuzzi are lost for the season and Cleary is back as an insurance policy, a fourth line stabilizer. If that’s the case, then signing him is simply a lateral move. But if his return means guys like Tatar and Nyquist don’t get their shot, it’s hard not to see this as a bad move for the Wings.
-Allan Muir of...