Red Wings' Henrik Zetterberg could start skating-Stephen Weiss done for season

The Detroit Red Wings have announced that Henrik Zetterberg may start skating this week and that Stephen Weiss is done for the season.General Manager Ken Holland said that Henrik Zetterberg may be jumping on the ice sometime in the upcoming week after undergoing back surgery in February. Dan4th Nicholas-Wikimedia CommonsWhen questioned about Zetterberg's recovery, Holland...
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Red Wings Saturday practice post: on Weiss, Zetterberg’s surgery, Tatar and #Alfieforever

As Paul noted, the biggest news to come out of Saturday's Red Wings practice involved Stephen Weiss choosing to decline a conditioning stint in Grand Rapids ahead of more practice time. While Yahoo Sports' Nicholas J. Cotsonika and Sportsnet's Jordan Heath-Rawlings penned superb articles about a certain Red Wings coach's battle for Olympic gold against the Wings...
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February 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Trio of Red Wings ready to return from injury; Weiss to AHL on conditioning stint

Coming out of the Olympic break, the Detroit Red Wings are a revolving door - fortunately for them, there are more players on their way in than on their way out.Amid fear that veteran winger Henrik Zetterberg will be lost for the season, the Red Wings have countered with news that forwards Johan Franzen and Stephen Weiss are ready to return from injury, as will defenseman Jakub...
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February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Stephen Weiss, skating with Whalers: 'I've gotta claw my way back into the lineup'

Stephen Weiss will turn back the clock before resuming his future with the Red Wings. On Saturday against the Lightning, Weiss missed his 26th consecutive game because of a sports hernia, but he’s back at practice. “So far so good,” Weiss said. “No major setbacks. That’s all positive.” Weiss signed a five-year deal for just less than $5 million per season. He has two...
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February 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Visitor for first time, Stephen Weiss recalls Panthers career

SUNRISE, Fla. -- Stephen Weiss knows about the effort it takes to start over. Weiss poured his heart into numerous attempts to rebuild the Florida Panthers franchise. Since joining the Detroit Red Wings over the summer, the former Cat has learned to carry on through the transition at a personal level. "When your time comes to an end in the place you've been for a long...
Via Fox Sports Florida
December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Emmerton gets a little weird after Red Wings OT winner

via YouTube Stephen Weiss buried the game-winning goal in overtime of the Red Wings-Hurricanes game Saturday in just his second game as a Wing.  Cory Emmerton (25) celebrated the occasion by getting weird.  Emmerton comes into view at 0:12 and starts gettin’ weird soon after. Uh, welcome to Detroit, Stephen Weiss (I guess?). [Stick tap to Madd Dogg]
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October 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Weiss skates with new teammates

DETROIT -- Many more familiar faces began arriving in Detroit on Tuesday as the Red Wings continue to hold informal practice sessions at Joe Louis Arena. Seventeen Red Wings players from last seasons team were in attendance, but it was another new guy who grabbed all the attention. Former Florida Panthers forward and one-time Plymouth Whalers star Stephen Weiss seemed extremely...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
September 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Red Wings mid-day news: Weiss talks about joining the Wings; scouting the B’s, pro camps and Tatar

Paul duly noted that the National Post's Michael Triakos asked whether Stephen Weiss, who's taking part in the Biosteel Camp in Toronto this week, will live up to expectations with the Red Wings. As Triakos suggests, a 30-year-old center is both coming off wrist surgery and will be returning a hockey-mad atmosphere and high-pressure environment for the first time since...
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August 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Red Wings evening news: Weiss’ number, Holland on the front office changes and prospect talk

Amongst this afternoon and evening's Red Wings-related stories (I read Dmitry Chesnokov's interview with Pavel Datsyuk while waiting for an order of Lone Pine Restaurant onion rings in Grayling; the interview was excellent and the mom is making me save the onion rings for her): The Wings made two things officially official on Tuesday. They announced what number Stephen...
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July 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Stephen Weiss tests free agency, signs with Detroit

Stephen Weiss, the Florida Panthers' longest tenured player, signed a five-year deal with the Detroit Red Wings on Friday. Weiss' deal is worth a 4.9 million per season, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported. The center earned 3.1 million in 2012-13, the final year of a six-year contract worth 18.6 million. Panthers GM Dale Tallon indicated last week he was still working...
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July 05, 2013  |  Discuss

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