Found November 12, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
I was a little late to the party, but I'm pretty sure that I snagged about 90% of the pre-Monday-evening Hockey Hall of Fame stories in Monday's practice post (no Chelios-P.K. Subban comparisons or Randy Carlyle talking an ex-roommate in Shanahan, but I did an OK job), and if you want to watch their induction speeches...Well, hell, they're worth re-posting... But the Red Wings were there, and I'm pretty sure that when I say that, I mean the entire team, because the Wings took Red Bird III to Toronto to take in the event. Brendan Shanahan spoke for 12 minutes... Continue reading "Red Wings Hockey Hall of Fame wrap-up: Shanahan and Chelios inducted, Wings and Hollywood in tow"

Detroit Red Wings weekly: Hard times at home

The Detroit Red Wings (9-5-4) extended their home losing streak to 5 games as the Tampa Bay Lightning overcame Henrik Zetterberg’s two goal performance by winning 3-2 in overtime. This marks the longest winless streak at Joe Louis Arena since the end of their 1996-97 season. The Red Wings are trapped against the boards searching for win. (Photo Credit: Dave Reginek / Getty Images...

Jaromir Jagr Becomes Eighth Player to Reach 1,700 Points With Fifth Goal of Season (Video)

Jaromir Jagr added yet another bullet point to his impressive resume on Sunday night. The 41-year-old winger didn’t wait long to reach his latest milestone, scoring just 90 seconds into the game against the Predators to record his fifth goal of the season. Although Jagr’s shot marked his team-leading 12th point of the season, it more importantly served as the 1,700th point of...

Brodeur Finds His Game, Saves Devils

So much for Martin Brodeur riding off into the sunset, eh? Brodeur had pretty much said his days as the New Jersey Devils' top goalie were done back on Oct. 19, when his slow start and the presence of Cory Schneider told Brodeur he should expect to spend a lot of time at the end of the Devils' bench. Heck, there were even stories that Brodeur would consider a trade to a...

Martin Brodeur #1 For Twenty Years

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, The Garden can undergo all sorts of transformations, but no matter what, then, now and seemingly for always, there is Martin Brodeur leading the Devils onto the ice from the Zamboni corner entrance at 33rd and Eighth. There’s been more than 20 years of it, from the time as a 19-year-old Brodeur started Game 5 of the 1992 first round...

Overtime modifications on table at GMs meeting

Ken Holland has long been one of the leading proponents of extending overtime to decide more games before the shootout, and the Detroit Red Wings general manager said Tuesday he thinks the support for such an action is growing among his peers. Overtime was one of the popular subjects at the general managers meeting in Toronto. Holland has proposed in the past to have five minutes...

Devils’ Stephen Gionta day-to-day with sore foot

New Jersey Devils forward Stephen Gionta is out day-to-day with a sore foot, as reported by Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record. Gionta got tangled up and fell into the boards feet-first during Friday’s game against the Toronto Maple Leafs. He left the game because he rolled his ankle and didn’t return. He was not on the ice for the Devils’ morning skate Sunday. Through 16 games...

VIDEO: Hall of Fame speeches

Former Red Wings Brendan Shanahan and Chris Chelios -- along with Scott Niedermayer and Geraldine Heaney -- were inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto on Monday night. Watch their speeches below:

Congrats Scott and Brendan

Congratulations to Scott Niedermayer and Brendan Shanahan for their inductions to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Always great to see former Devils make their way into the Hall of Fame. They join Peter Stastny, Viacheslav Fetisov, Herb Brooks, Scott Stevens, Igor Larionov, Mike Emrick, Lou Lamoriello, Doug Gilmour and Joe Nieuwendyk as members that once passed through the doors of the New...

Red Wings prospect news: RWC issues fall top 20…er, 21 prospect list; on the Griffins’ week ahead

I'm going to do this Red Wings prospect-related entry a little backwards. I usually lead whatever entry coincides with the Grand Rapids Griffins' press release with the...Grand Rapids Griffins' press release. On Tuesday evening, however, RedWingsCentral posted its slate of fall prospect rankings, and these rankings tend to be pretty influential, so here's a small...

VIDEO: Regner's take Shanny and Cheli

Art Regner talks Brendan Shanahan and Chris Chelios, who will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame tonight.

Red Wings and Devils dominance evident in recent Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremonies

The true measure of a hockey team’s legacy can be measured by its contributions to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Over the last several years the Detroit Red Wings and New Jersey Devils have been supplying hockey’s most elite club…Read more →The post Red Wings and Devils dominance evident in recent Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremonies appeared first on The Hockey Daily.

Red Wings-Jets pre-game skate: Holland at the GM’s meetings; on fighting, Glendening and Hasek

Ahead of toight's game between the Red Wings and Winnipeg Jets (7:30 PM, FSD/TSN Jets/1270 AM), Red Wings GM Ken Holland made some noise of the non-personnel variety, as noted by the Canadian Press... Overtime was one of many of topics discussed at Tuesday's annual general managers meeting after Hockey Hall of Fame induction night, along with fighting, hybrid icing and...

Devils ready to renew rivalry with Rangers

The Devils will dress the same lineup for tonight’s game against the Rangers at Madison Square Garden as they used in Sunday’s 5-0 win over Nashville with defenseman Mark Fayne as the lone healthy scratch. Left wing Patrik Elias remains out with back spasms and center Stephen Gionta remains out with a sore right ankle. Devils coach Pete DeBoer said he saw Gionta this morning...

Red Wings prospect catchy-uppy post: Griffins win, Walleye up and down, Janmark dodges a bullet

The general rule for a blogger who's missed time is, "Don't play catch-up," but I make an exception in the case of the Wings' prospects. So, on a league by league basis, and very briefly, here's a summation of what took place over the past...five evenings. Continue reading "Red Wings prospect catchy-uppy post: Griffins win, Walleye up and down,...

Red Wings Recap 11.12.13

Wings fall in a shootout to the Jets, 3-2. They played well for the most part, but can’t win. More after the jump: Howard has to be better. He’s making too much money to have a goal per game that he regrets giving up. Defend him if you want, but he has been better before. Still, you’re not going to win many games when you only score 2 goals. The team has to find...
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