Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson skates Thursday for first time since injury

On Tuesday it was Henrik Zetterberg talking about resuming skating, and hopefully returning to the Red Wings’ lineup soon. Wednesday it was defenseman Jonathan Ericsson saying he will go on the ice Thursday for the first time since having surgery in late March to stabilize a fracture in his finger and repair a partially-torn tendon. But like Zetterberg, don’t expect to see...
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Wings' Ericsson plans to skate Thursday

DETROIT -- Red Wings defenseman Jonathan Ericsson is less likely than Henrik Zetterberg to be able to return in the first round, but Ericsson is keeping his options open. He suffered a broken middle finger and a torn tendon March 18 against the Toronto Maple Leafs. "It was a shot that hit me and must have hit me badly, and had a lot of fractures on my fingers," Ericsson...
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Matheson provides updates on Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg and defenseman Jonathan Ericsson

I just posted the Edmonton Journal's Jim Matheson's slate of Hockey World columns in KK Hockey, but I want to steal this very, very significant injury news for TMR: The Detroit Red Wings are hoping to get Henrik Zetterberg from back surgery back by late in Round 1 of the playoffs or, more realistically, the start of Round 2 if they get that far. “He’ll be cleared...
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Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson out 4-6 weeks after finger surgery

The Red Wings won’t have defenseman Jonathan Ericsson until the playoffs — if they get that far. The team announced Wednesday that Ericsson underwent successful surgery on the middle finger of his left hand. Surgery was required to stabilize a fracture in the finger suffered Tuesday against Toronto and repair a partially torn tendon. Ericsson is expected to be out of the Red...
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March 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson out rest of regular season with broken finger

The Detroit Red Wings' season of pain had another chapter written this morning as Defenseman Jonathan Ericsson underwent surgery to stabilize a broken finger and is expected to be out of the lineup for four-to-six weeks.UPDATE: Jonathan Ericsson has undergone successful surgery. He's expected to miss 4-6 weeks #RedWings— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) March 19...
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March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Wings Ericsson out at least two weeks, might need surgery for broken finger

The Detroit Red Wings’ astonishing string of bad luck with injuries continued on Tuesday. Top-pair defenseman Jonathan Ericsson is out with a broken finger that might require surgery on Wednesday. General manager Ken Holland estimated that Ericsson will be out a minimum of two weeks. “We’re talking right now that tomorrow there’s a chance he could have surgery, which would...
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March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Ericsson looks forward to playing with his brother in Sochi

DETROIT -- Playing in the Olympics is a dream come true for Red Wings defenseman Jonathan Ericsson. That dream was doubled for Ericsson when he learned his older brother, Jimmie, also made Team Sweden, the only non-NHL player to do so. "It's going to be an amazing experience overall," Ericsson said. "Just for our families, too, to be able to watch us. It's...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
January 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Wings close to signing Ericsson to extension

DETROIT -- Defenseman Jonathan Ericsson appears to be ready to remain a Red Wing for a while. During Tuesday night's game, TSN's Bob McKenzie tweeted that Ericsson was on the verge of signing an extension for four or five years in the range of 4 million a year. After the 2-0 loss to Nashville, Wings general manager would not confirm a deal, but said the two sides were talking...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
November 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Ericsson helps fill big holes on Wings' defense

DETROIT -- It seems like just yesterday when Jonathan Ericsson was the young defenseman arriving on the scene and making an impact for the Detroit Red Wings. In the Wings' 2009 playoff run, Ericsson stunned everyone with his four goals and four assists in the 22 games, and by playing three days after an emergency appendectomy. He had played just 19 regular-season games. Now...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
May 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings off to rocky start

In this 2013 season that has been condensed down to 48 games, each one has an added feeling of emphasis. Out to a 1-2 start and already laden with injuries, the Detroit Red Wings should be feeling uneasy. After falling to St. Louis on opening night by a whopping 6-0 margin, the Wings were able to regroup and beat Columbus 4-3 in shootout fashion. Tonight, finally playing at Joe Louis...
January 22, 2013  |  Discuss

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