KYLE QUINCEY RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Detroit Red Wings have two often criticized defenseman, Jakub Kindl and Kyle Quincey, and it may surprise some fans then that both players lead the team in “Corsi for %” in all five-on-five situations*.
Now many fans may not have bought into the new “analytics movement” that is happening in hockey. Truth be told I have not either. One thing I do like to use the advanced...
It’s the return of my Detroit Red Wings weeklies!
For the first couple of weeks the weekly is only going to highlight, recall, and provoke my opinion on the current events revolving around the Red Wings organization as they prepare for the 2014-15 season. Once October rolls around then the weekly will return to its original state.
For those that are unfamiliar, the weekly generally...
DETROIT -- It hasn't happened yet, but Danny DeKeyser is confident it will.
DeKeyser, a restricted free agent, does not have a contract in place yet.
In a week, the Red Wings will head up to Traverse City for training camp and DeKeyser expects to be with them.
"I think there's still some time left here before camp so obviously I don't want to miss that, miss anything like that so...
The first week of the NHL free agency period is nearly complete, here’s a glimpse at how the Detroit Red Wings fared.
Kyle Quincey (Defenseman): $8.5 million over two years
Riley Sheahan (Forward): $1.9 million over two years
Kevin Porter (Forward): One year on a two-way contract
David Legwand (Forward) to the Ottawa Senators, $6 million over two years...
On a day that they would just as soon forget, the Detroit Red Wings have agreed to a two-year, $8.5 million deal with defenseman Kyle Quincey, according to several reports.
At the conclusion of last season, the Wings had decided to let Quincey become an unrestricted free agent, but never completely ruled him out of the picture.
The Wings let Quincey know that the only way they would...
The Detroit Red Wings missed out on (at least) their first, second, third and fourth choices on defense during the first day of free agency. So GM Ken Holland wound up crawling back to Kyle Quincey, with a two-year deal worth a reported $8.5 million.
Quincey may have been the best option the Red Wings had left, short of a trade. But going with Plan B — or whatever contingency...
Detroit Red Wings’ defenseman Kyle Quincey has re-signed to a 2-year, $8.5 million contract. Quincey, 28, is entering his 11th season in the League and his 7th with the Red Wings. The Kitchener, Ontario native played in all 82 games last season earning 4 goals, 9 assists and a -5 rating.
The NHL trade deadline arrives next Wednesday, with all signs pointing toward the Detroit Red Wings being relatively quiet. However, especially with Henrik Zetterberg done for the regular season, GM Ken Holland may try to swing a deal or two in the coming days.
One piece of trade bait: Kyle Quincey. ESPN’s Craig Custance lists Quincey No. 23 on his top 25 trade targets list and...
Kyle Quincey was ejected in the first period of Tuesday’s Red Wings-Ducks game in Detroit when he boarded Anaheim center Ryan Getzlaf.
In addition to a game misconduct, Quincey was assessed a five-minute major penalty for boarding.
The Red Wings defenseman may face further discipline from the NHL’s Department of Player Safety because he made contact from behind when the Ducks...
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Kyle Quincey has solidified his spot as a whipping boy for Detroit Red Wings fans with a dismal performance this season. Despite playing heavy minutes in 29 games, Quincey has just three points (all assists) and is minus-9 on the year — and minus-13 in Red Wings’ losses.
And with Danny DeKeyser set to return from injury sometime this month, the Red Wings will find themselves...