Found November 30, 2012 on Fox Sports Detroit:
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TROY, Mich. -- The Red Wings who remain in the metro Detroit area appear to be in a holding pattern. At the beginning of the month, the Wings who were skating at the Troy Sports Center said November would be a huge month in terms of labor negotiations. Now that November is coming to an end with no resolution in sight, what will they do now? Niklas Kronwall, one of several Wings who was in Troy Friday, said he hasn't made a decision yet. "Obviously I think it's maybe time to start looking around a little bit and see what options are out there," Kronwall said. "At the same time, obviously, try to stay focused as much as possible on what's going on around here." Darren Helm, who has recovered from an inadvertent puck to the face from a Troy skate session several weeks ago, has made up his mind -- at least for now -- what he plans to do. "I think I kind of decided a couple days ago that I was just going to wait a little bit, wait 'til after...
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