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Detroit Red Wings unveil new Hockeytown logo

A couple of weeks back, photos of Little Caesars Arena surfaced but something was clearly missing. As you can see from the photo below, the Hockeytown logo was missing from center ice.

At the time, we did not know if it was a permanent move or if it would be replaced. Now we have our answer as the Red Wings “officially” unveiled the brand new Hockeytown logo on Wednesday that would be used moving forward.

Take a look.

Unfortunately, the new Hockeytown logo will not be used at center ice at LCA.

What do you think, Nation? Do is this an upgrade?

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Dear Detroit Lions players: By quitting on Matt Patricia, you would be quitting on your fans

Detroit Lions players,

Heading into the season, there was plenty of optimism about the team. Sure, that optimism was chopped down a bit after a rough preseason, but as you know, us Lions’ fans (at least your true fans) are loyal to a fault and we always have hope that this will finally be the year.

For many of us, that hope took a big shot to the gut on Monday night when you were blown out by the New York Jets on your home turf. It was not just that you lost the game but that you looked unprepared, unfocused, and at many times, unmotivated.

As a professional myself (as most of your fans are), I would be highly insulted if somebody from the outside looking in accused me of not giving 100% while at my job, so that is not what I am going to do to you. But, I will also tell you that it is extremely hard to lay it all on the line when you do not believe in or respect your leader. Trust me, I’ve been there in the past. Many of us have.

To read the rest of the letter, please click on the link below.

https://detroitsportsnation.com/detroit-lions-news/ddrysdale/dear-detroit-lions-players-quitting-matt-patricia-quitting-fans/09-2018/195892/

Written by Don Drysdale

I am a fan of all Detroit sports and LOVE to write about them!

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