Found September 07, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
I dared to take a "nap day" after spending a pair of sixteen-to-eighteen-hour affairs at the Red Wings' prospect camp, and it at least appears that the Red Wings players as well as their prospects decided to take Saturday off, too. For the latter group, there's a slate of two games in two nights coming, and if the prospects don't build upon their win over Dallas by defeating St. Louis tomorrow night at 7 PM, things get complicated for the Howe division-leading Wings: Continue reading "Red Wings evening stuff: on the prospect tournament, an incredibly busy sked to come and Fall Weiss"
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