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JONATHAN ERICSSON RUMORS

Red Wings morning news, August version: a Swedish Ericsson interview and tidbits

I had a feeling that Norrkopings Tidingar's posting of a 17-minute video interview with Jonathan Ericsson (in Swedish; NT has also posted a "highlight clip") would yield a text article, and this morning, NT's Robin Svensson penned a lengthy article highlighting Ericsson's comments. What follows is roughly translated as Norrkoping Swedish is...unique...And let...
Via Kukla's Korner
21 days ago  |  Discuss

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...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
April 16, 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 are close to deal with Jonathan Ericsson

There was at least one bit of positive news for the Red Wings Tuesday despite a discouraging 2-0 loss to Nashville. Bob McKenzie of TSN in Canada was first to report the Red Wings are close to signing defenseman Jonathan Ericsson to a new contract. Ericsson, 29, can be an unrestricted free agent this summer. A source confirmed the sides are getting close to an agreement. McKenzie...
Via Pro Sports Daily
November 20, 2013  |  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

Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson excited to be a dad, will miss 2-3 weeks with shoulder subluxation

It was quite the long weekend for Detroit Red Wings defenseman Jonathan Ericsson. He felt the pain of a shoulder subluxation and the joys of fatherhood. Ericsson is out two-to-three weeks due to the injury sustained during the third period of Saturday’s 5-2 loss in Phoenix. It will give him more time to spend with his newborn daughter Liv. Ericsson’s fiancé gave birth Monday...
Via Pro Sports Daily
October 22, 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

Jonathan Ericsson’s late third period goal saves linesman’s bladder

The Detroit Red Wings made it interesting Sunday afternoon.  The took a 2-0 lead late in the first period before allowing the Kings to score in the last minute of the first.  The 2-1 lead held up for all of the second period and 19:07 of game time in the third period before Alec Martinez tied it up for Los Angeles. Enter Jonathan Ericsson.  The Wings defenseman buried a shot with...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
February 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Jonathan Ericsson Says He Was Thanked After Scoring Game-Winner by Linesman Who ‘Had to Pee’

The Detroit Red Wings and Los Angeles Kings played one of the most exciting games of the young NHL season Sunday, and it left some hockey fans wishing the game would go to overtime. At least one person on the ice was just fine with the Red Wings winning the game on a Jonathan Ericsson goal with just 4.5 seconds left to play in Detroit. That would be one of the linesmen, who was hoping...
Via NESN.com
February 10, 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...
Via isportsweb.com
January 22, 2013  |  Discuss
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