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The Detroit Red Wings have recalled defenseman Brendan Smith from Grand Rapids of the American Hockey League.
Smith is currently serving a five-game suspension for a hit to the head of Chicago's Ben Smith during the preseason.
Smith missed the last three games of the preseason in addition to Thursday's contest against Calgary. He will sit out one more game before being able to return to the lineup.
The 22-year-old has notched a pair of assists with 20 penalty minutes in seven games with Grand Rapids.
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DETROIT -- The Red Wings got some much-needed good news Wednesday -- defenseman Niklas Kronwall is fine.
Kronwall appeared a little dazed after taking a hit from Minnesota's Mikko Koivu at the end of Tuesday night's game. Kronwall fell to the ice and Koivu was able to pass to Devin Setoguchi for the overtime game-winning goal.
But Wednesday, Kronwall participated in full...
The Detroit Red Wings have recalled defenseman Brendan Smith from Grand Rapids of the AHL. Detroit announced the move before Thursday night's game against the Calgary Flames. The 22-year-old Smith, a first-round draft pick in 2007, has two assists and 20 penalty minutes in seven games with Grand Rapids this season.
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Win or lose, you still have to support the home team. If you can't get to Joe Louis Arena tonight, check out the Red Wings-Ducks game on Fox Sports Detroit at 7. And, of course, it's "Hockey Night in Canada." The Bruins take on the Maple Leafs in Toronto at 7 on (CBC, Channel 9), and the red-hot Oilers host Phoenix at 10.