The Detroit Red Wings played their Red and White game in front of a sold out crowd at Center Ice Arena in Traverse City. Here were the rosters, noting that Dylan Larkin, Jonatan Berggren and Marc Staal were absent.
Predicting where the Prospect Camp players start their season. The Prospect Tournament has come and gone. Featuring flash, flair, and some of the funniest names in hockey (T-Bone Codd, anyone?), the tournament gave Detroit Red Wings fans a closer look at how the team’s prospects stack up.
After protecting Givani Smith in the expansion draft and signing him to a two-year extension in the off-season, it’s clear that Steve Yzerman and the Detroit Red Wings believe there is a possible future for him in the organization.
Training camp has begun and there are already a ton of storylines to follow if you’re a fan of the Detroit Red Wings. While one story seems to be soaking up most of spotlight, there are other developments worth noting as we make our way through the early days of training camp.
Nick Leddy is an important part of a Detroit Red Wings defense that is deeper than fans have seen in quite some time. Leddy not only has a shot to improve the team’s offense with his unique skillset, he also has one of the most important jobs on the team this year: mentoring Moritz Seider.
With training camp about to begin, media day is a significant landmark. Players and general managers will face the media to address the moves made over the summer, prospect camps, and other things surrounding the respective clubs.
The Detroit Red Wings acquired winger Jakub Vrana ahead of the trade deadline in April and have now locked the 25-year-old down on a new agreement that allowed the parties to avoid a salary arbitration hearing scheduled for Wednesday.