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The Detroit Red Wings returned to Metro Detroit a little earlier this afternoon to get some rest and prepare to play the Edmonton Oilers tomorrow, and “tomorrow” is the operative word regarding goaltender Jimmy Howard’s status being reevaluated by the team’s doctors, per the Detroit News’s Ted Kulfan...
Looks like Jimmy Howard won’t be seeing hand specialist until tomorrow.
Quick update: MLive’s Ansar Khan confirms via Twitter:
Wings’ GM Ken Holland said no updates on Jimmy Howard (finger) or Danny Cleary (knee), as neither saw the doctor today.
A pair of pundits weighed in on Detroit’s goaltending already, and the CBC’s Elliotte Friedman mentioned Howard’s broken finger as a major reason why the Nashville Predators and St. Louis Blues have reason to hope that they can catch Detroit in the Central Division (via his “30 Thoughts” column)...
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from Ansar Khan of Mlive, Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland said today that goaltender Jimmy Howard and forward Danny Cleary are both out for the weekend and will be re-evaluated next week.
Howard (broken right finger on Feb. 2) has been on the ice before and after practices but hasn’t faced any shots yet because of the vibration he would feel from his stick.
Detroit Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard, who broke his index finger Feb. 2, visited a doctor Wednesday morning for an update.
After a long west coast road trip that spanned seven days and four games, the Detroit Red Wings will finally fly home tonight. Their next game, to be played on Wednesday, will give the Red Wings an opportunity to extend their franchise-record 17 game home winning streak.
However, the Wings will have to do it without their star goaltender Jimmy Howard. The long road trip cost...
The Red Wings arrived home Tuesday from Phoenix, ready to make a few doctor's appointments.
Mostly the Red Wings played it cool this morning, clearly unwilling to speak freely about hosting next year's Winter Classic at Michigan Stadium, but some didn't hide their excitement.
In the wake of the Red Wings’ 3-1 loss to the Phoenix Coyotes and 5-4 loss to tomorrow’s opponent, the Ryan Nugent-Hopkins-less Oilers, a pair of pundits are weighing in as to what the Red Wings might want to do given Jimmy Howard’s status as on the shelf until he can handle the pain of taking shots while playing with a broken index finger grasping his goal stick.
from Elliotte Friedman of CBC, Look, the stars are aligning very nicely in Nashville. They’ve got arguably the best goalie in the West. After some 46-time Norris Trophy winner in Detroit, they’ve got the two best defenceman. And, with Jimmy Howard out of the lineup, a shot at catching the Red Wings for first place in both the division and conference. (As of Feb. 7, they are four...
The Red Wings were flying until goalie Jimmy Howard went down. Now Detroit faces a big trade deadline question, says Darren Eliot, unless their backups step up for a key homestand.
With Jimmy Howard out with a fractured finger, who will be in goal tonight when the Red Wings face host Phoenix at 8 (NBCSN)? Check out if it will by Ty Conklin or Joey MacDonald, who was brought up from the Grand Rapid Griffins. On Sunday, coach Mike Babcock would not disclose who the starter would be.
The Detroit Red Wings continued their amazing run at home even without their No. 1 goaltender.
They will likely be without Jimmy Howard again Friday night when they try to extend their home win streak to 19 games as they meet the Anaheim Ducks.
Detroit (36-17-2) opened a six-game homestand with Wednesday's 4-2 win over Edmonton. The Red Wings' last loss at Joe Louis Arena...
The Red Wings have several sparkling personalities -- Jimmy Howard, Danny Cleary, Tomas Holmstrom and the inimitable Pavel Datsyuk -- but will they be too elusive for HBO to catch next autumn?