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Red Wings' Drew Miller suffers gruesome injury after taking skate to face

Warning: This post contains graphic images. Who knows how Drew Miller avoided a serious eye injury, but fortunately, he did. The Red Wings forward was struck by a skate near his right eye during Tuesday's game against the Senators. He didn't look like he was in good shape after getting stitched up, but Miller somehow came away with only with two deep cuts. Despite the nasty injury...
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Bruins-Red Wings Preview

After another thrilling victory, the Boston Bruins are close to overtaking Detroit in the Atlantic Division and potentially putting the Red Wings on the Eastern Conference's hot seat. The Bruins can take a significant step by earning their fourth consecutive win over their slumping Original Six rivals Thursday night. A pair of third-period goals, including Milan Lucic's tiebreaker...
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The Shutdown Pair Podcast: Hall of Famer Pat LaFontaine on Toast to the Coliseum, plus author Mark Rosenman

In episode 13 of The Shutdown Pair Podcast, hosts Scott Charles (@ScottmCharles) and Christian Arnold (@CA_NYhockey) discuss Henrik Lundqvist’s first win since returning to action and the Islanders come-from-behind victory against the Detroit Red Wings. Scott and Christian are joined by Hockey Hall of Famer Pat LaFontaine (3:34) to recap his special night at the […] The post...
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Drew Miller left with ghastly injury after being cut near eye by skate (pic/vid)

Detroit Red Wings left winger Drew Miller arguably is lucky not to be left more severely injured — or even blinded in his right eye — after a terrifying incident during the team’s game on Tuesday against the Ottawa Senators. In a disturbing scene that shockingly could have been much worse, Miller was caught on...Read More The post Drew Miller left with ghastly injury after...
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Drew Miller’s eye is the luckiest eye in hockey

It’s amazing today Drew Miller didn’t lose his right eye last night after taking a skate blade to the face from Ottawa’s Mark Stone in a 2-1 shootout loss to the Senators. Thank God, Miller’s eye was not damaged. pic.twitter.com/0oKR3YO2YF — Red Wings Memes (@RedWingsMemes) April 1, 2015 Obviously Miller was taken to the locker room for treatment and didn’t return...
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Drew Miller Takes Skate To Face, Left With Nasty Gash Across Face (Video)

Drew Miller took a razor-sharp hockey skate to the face Tuesday night, and he got lucky. He got lucky because it could have been a whole lot worse. The Detroit Red Wings forward left early in the first period after having his face gashed by the skate of Ottawa forward Mark Stone. As the two players battled for a puck following a faceoff, Stone fell forward and kicked up his leg...
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16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Brutalized: Red Wings’ forward Drew Miller took a skate to the face, cheek, eye, nose & forehead

Detroit Red Wings’ forward Drew Miller took a Mark Stone skate to the face, cheek, eye, nose and forehead.Eye is not damaged. Thank God, Miller's eye was not damaged. pic.twitter.com/0oKR3YO2YF— Red Wings Memes (@RedWingsMemes) April 1, 2015Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
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Red Wings Drew Miller Takes Skate To Face, Gruesome Scar Upcoming

Detroit Red Wings forward Drew Miller had a real rough night on Tuesday night and it is going to stay with him for quite some time. Ottawa Senators forward Matt Stone fell forward off the faceoff and his skate came up and clipped Miller right up around his eye. Miller got quite a few stitches […] The post Red Wings Drew Miller Takes Skate To Face, Gruesome Scar Upcoming appeared...
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Season-Low For Most Recent NHL on NBC Telecast

The NHL on NBC earned its smallest audience of the season opposite the NCAA Tournament. The March 22 Blues/Red Wings NHL regular season game earned a 0.6 final rating and 878,000 viewers on NBC, the network’s lowest rated and least-watched NHL telecast of the season. The previous lows were a 0.7 and 1.0 million for [...]
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Red Wings Fall To Senators, Lead Bruins By Two Points In Playoff Race

DETROIT — Mark Stone scored the final goal in the shootout, and the Ottawa Senators beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Tuesday night. Mika Zibanejad and Kyle Turris also had shootout goals for the Senators. Clarke MacArthur scored in the third period, and Andrew Hammond, who missed the previous two games because of a lower-body injury, returned and made...
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Red Wings’ Drew Miller Takes A Skate To The Face

Detroit Red Wings forward Drew Miller had a horrifying run-in with a skate blade of Ottawa’s Mark Stone just a few minutes into the first period of Tuesday night’s Wings game against the Senators. Stone’s skate came up and caught Miller just under the right eye as the Senators forward fell to the ice trying Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Stone's shootout-winning goal lifts Senators over Red Wings

  Mark Stone scored the final goal in the shootout, and the Ottawa Senators beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Tuesday night. Mika Zibanejad and Kyle Turris also had shootout goals for the Senators. Clarke MacArthur scored in the third period, and Andrew Hammond, who missed the previous two games because of a lower-body injury, returned and made 16 saves. Petr Mrazek stopped 33 shots...
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Stone's shootout goal lifts Senators over Red Wings 2-1

DETROIT (AP) Mark Stone scored the final goal in the shootout, and the Ottawa Senators beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Tuesday night. Mika Zibanejad and Kyle Turris also had shootout goals for the Senators. Clarke MacArthur scored in the third period, and Andrew Hammond, who missed the previous two games because of a lower-body injury, returned and made 16 saves. Petr Mrazek stopped...
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Red Wings’ Drew Miller took skate to the face Tuesday (GIF)

cbssports.com Red Wings winger Drew Miller left Tuesday’s game against Ottawa with two “deep lacerations” after taking a skate to the face.  Early in the first period, Senators’ Mark Stone’s skate hit Miller above the right eye during a scramble after a face-off. It’s as unpleasant as it sounds.  However, it didn’t have the horror movie effect with blood spurting...
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Stone's shootout goal lifts Senators over Red Wings

DETROIT (AP) -- Mark Stone scored the final goal in the shootout, and the Ottawa Senators beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Tuesday night. Mika Zibanejad and Kyle Turris also had shootout goals for the Senators. Clarke MacArthur scored in the third period, and Andrew Hammond, who missed the previous two games because of a lower-body injury, returned and made 16 saves. Petr Mrazek...
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GIF: Drew Miller takes a skate to the face

Sometimes a visor just isn’t enough in the sport of hockey. Drew Miller learned that the hard way after taking Mark Stone’s skate to the face during a faceoff. Warning: This GIF will make you cringe. GIF i LITERALLY SCREAMED WHEN I SAW THIS Drew Miller skate to the face pic.twitter.com/VqFMkm8dWV — Steph (@myregularface) April 1, 2015 The GIF doesn’t show that Miller...
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WATCH: Drew Miller takes skate to the face

Sometimes a visor just isn’t enough in the sport of hockey. Drew Miller learned that the hard way after taking Mark Stone’s skate to the face during a faceoff. Warning: This GIF will make you cringe. GIF i LITERALLY SCREAMED WHEN I SAW THIS Drew Miller skate to the face pic.twitter.com/VqFMkm8dWV — Steph (@myregularface) April 1, 2015   The GIF doesn’t show that...
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Detroit Red Wings: March madness causing inconsistency in the net

After Sunday’s disappointing loss to the Islanders, the Detroit Red Wings have had enough of March’s madness in their crease. The Wings entered the month as one of the hottest teams in the league, having an electrifying January and strong February to start 2015. It looked as if things were going to stay strong, too. Jonas Gustavsson was looking like he did last year and backing...
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Wings look to extend Senators' losing streak Tuesday

Neither the Detroit Red Wings nor the Ottawa Senators are winding down the regular season in particularly strong form. The difference between the two clubs is one has a playoff cushion to work with while the other's margin for error is closing. The Senators are the more desperate team, and will try to halt a three-game skid Tuesday night in Detroit while also closing the gap with...
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Senators-Red Wings Preview

Neither the Detroit Red Wings nor the Ottawa Senators are winding down the regular season in particularly strong form. The difference between the two clubs is one has a playoff cushion to work with while the other's margin for error is closing. The Senators are the more desperate team, and will try to halt a three-game skid Tuesday night in Detroit while also closing the gap with...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Wings' Babcock coaches only hours after father dies

Red Wings coach Mike Babcock coached the team Sunday in New York only hours after learning that his father, Mike Babcock Sr., died Saturday night in Saskatoon, Canada. He was 78. The coach said his father was sick for some time and had congestive heart failure and bad lungs. "In the end, we were praying for him to join my mom and those prayers were answered," Babcock said after Sunday...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings weekly: Playoff spot far from being clinched

The Detroit Red Wings (40-23-12) are playing with fire and if they aren’t careful they are going to get burned out of the playoffs. This week the Red Wings claimed three out of eight points available to them, while their Atlantic division rivals Boston Bruins embraced the opportunity to close down the gap on the Wings by getting five out of six points. Luckily, the Ottawa Senators...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Mrazek gets the shutout as Wings shutout Tampa Bay 4-0

Petr Mrazek made 23 saves and Justin Abdelkader scored in his 4th consecutive game as the Red Wings defeated Tampa Bay 4-0 Saturday afternoon. Luke Glendening, Joakim Andersson and Gustav Nyquist tallied the other Red Wing goals as Detroit has now earned at least a point in three of their last four games. Saturday also marked the return of Pavel Datsyuk to the Red Wing lineup. The...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings: Time to let the goose loose

Everyone can calm down now. Take a deep breath. Hockeytown, the sky isn’t falling. After a couple weeks of uninspiring play, the Detroit Red Wings (40-22-12) defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning in convincing fashion, 4-0, Saturday afternoon at Joe Louis Arena. If the season ended right now the Red Wings would face the Lightning in the first round of the playoffs. Petr Mrazek recorded...
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Red Wings G Mrazek starts over Howard, shuts out Lightning

DETROIT -- Petr Mrazek made 23 saves for his fourth career shutout, and the Detroit Red Wings beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-0 on Saturday. Mrazek replaced Jimmy Howard in the middle of Thursday's 6-4 loss to San Jose, and coach Mike Babcock gave him the start against Tampa Bay. Mrazek kept the league's highest-scoring team at bay, and the Lightning were blanked for the first time...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss
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