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Why is Luke Glendening Valuable?

Hockey statistics favor offense, this is no surprise really, they are the easiest to quantify. Goals are what drives the game and they are the clearest and easiest events to track. However, how do you measure a player when they don’t score goals? If a player has a low offensive output does that automatically make them a bad NHL player? No. Every player on a team has a role. Just...
Via Nightmare on Helm Street
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings: Why 2013-14 fell short of expectations

The curtain has come down on another Detroit Red Wings’ season. The Boston Bruins had no problems in powering past the Wings in the 1st round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, taking the series 4-1. Even though the 23 consecutive playoff appearance streak lives on, this season still fell drastically short of Hockeytown’s initial expectations when the season started. As the season...
Via isportsweb.com
April 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Luke Glendening Scores First NHL Goal After Signing Contract Extension

The Detroit Red Wings handed Luke Glendening a three-year contract extension before their game in Montreal. Glendening then began repaying the franchise’s commitment by finally netting his first career NHL goal, in his 52nd game with the Wings. Glendening’s marker was part of a three-goal surge by the Wings to erase a 3-0 Montreal lead. But the Canadiens managed to put up two...
Via The Detroit Sports Site
April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

I NOW Consider Luke Glendening A Hall of Famer

Multi-year deal. About 660 per year. No career goals. A fourth liner with no offensive ability. A mucker, grinder, whatever you want to call him. And exactly the kind of player this team has signed for years to provide tough minutes against certain players. Like who? Continue reading "I NOW Consider Luke Glendening A Hall of Famer"
Via Kukla's Korner
April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Wings sign center Glendening to 3-year contract extension

DETROIT -- The Detroit Red Wings have signed center Luke Glendening to a three-year contract extension. The Red Wings announced the move Saturday, a day after beating Buffalo to strengthen their position as a wild-card team in the playoffs. Glendenning has no goals and six assists in 51 games this season as a rookie. With 78 hits and 32 blocked shots, he has earned ice time this...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Wings pre-morning-skate news: on Glendening, Legwand, Datsyuk, ‘the kids’ and Nyquist

Amongst this morning's pre-morning-skate Red Wings news stories (the Wings will take to the ice in Montreal to prepare for tonight's tilt against the Canadiens shortly [7 PM on FSD, the CBC, NHL Network U.S. and RDS, as well as 1270 AM; Montreal rallied from a 3-0 deficit to defeat Ottawa 7-4 last night, and they're 7-1-and-1 in the back half of back-to-back games]):...
Via Kukla's Korner
April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Wings' Glendening talks to Griffins' Callahan after gruesome Twitter photo

DETROIT -- By now, many people have seen the gruesome selfie that Mitch Callahan posted on Twitter Wednesday night. Callahan, the Grand Rapids Griffins forward who played in one game with the Red Wings this season, took a puck to the mouth in the first period of the Griffins' game against Iowa. The worst part was the shot came from one of his teammates, defenseman Ryan Sproul...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
April 03, 2014  |  Discuss

James Neal Gets Away with his Head Crosscheck ☆

Somehow James Neal will not have a hearing for his crosscheck to Luke Glendening’s head. We’re going to assume that it’s because Glendening wasn’t injured on the play and then we’re going to stop thinking about the NHL’s logic when it comes to suspending people because it hurts our brains to do so. Hopefully Neal stops with the dangerous plays before he really hurts someone...
Via The Pensblog
March 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Wings prospect Luke Glendening reflects on rookie campaign, Olympic break in Fox 17 interview

Red Wings prospect Luke Glendening is in Grand Rapids, and it was assumed that Glendening could at least practice with the Grand Rapids Griffins until he's allowed to play for the Griffins after the Olympic break, but that's not the case: Glendening playing over 75% of the Wings' pre-Olympic games = he and every other Wing can't skate with NHL or AHL peers until...
Via Kukla's Korner
February 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Luke Glendening plays well in his Red Wings' debut

Luke Glendening was in grade school the first time he set foot in Joe Louis Arena sitting in the stands idolizing Steve Yzerman. Glendening was there as a player Saturday looking especially good on a third-period penalty kill that helped the Wings past the Philadelphia Flyers 5-2. Glendening and Drew Miller twice skated the puck into Philly’s zone during that power play eating...
Via Pro Sports Daily
October 13, 2013  |  Discuss
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