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Jan Mursak waived
According to Helen St. James of the Detroit Free Press, the Wings waived oft-injured forward Jan Mursak.
Ken Holland stated that the move was done to get Mursak more playing time however James points out that if that extra playing time comes with another team the Wings can live with it.
“He needs to play,” general manager Ken Holland told the Free Press. If that ends up being for another organization, the Wings can live with it.
Mursak has had a tough time dealing with injuries throughout his NHL career. After breaking an ankle during the preseason last year Mursak was sidelined once again with injury this season and only appeared in his second game of the year Thursday against Columbus.
If Mursak clears waivers he will be sent to Grand Rapids.
Quincey day-to-day with a leg injury
So what’s the theme of the Red Wings’ 2013 season? You guessed it, INJURIES!
Defenseman Kyle Quincey is listed as day-to-day with a leg injury Ken Holland announced Friday after a colli...
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Slightly strange news from ESPN's Pierre LeBrun regarding Red Wings forward Jan Mursak:
Detroit also places Jan Mursak on waivers today
— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) February 22, 2013
I'm guessing that the Wings want Mursak to get playing time, but potentially losing a warm body given the injury parade of late seems strange.
The Free Press's Helene...
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DETROIT (AP) -- The Detroit Red Wings have put Jan Mursak on waivers, giving teams until noon Saturday to claim the 25-year-old left wing.
Mursak has played in only two games for Detroit this season. He had a goal and two assists in 25 games in 2011-12.
The Yugoslavia-born Mursak has two goals and two assists in 46 NHL games, all with Detroit. The Red Wings drafted him in the sixth...
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