Most crushing losses by Detroit Red Wings in past 3 decades (VIDEO)

Throughout the near 95 year history of the Detroit Red Wings, generations of fans have been treated to some of the greatest moments and players in sports history. Detroit’s is among the most passionate fan bases in the country, and are the driving force behind the area affectionately being known as “Hockeytown”. And while we’ve … Read more

Proposed new NHL divisional format would revive Red Wings rivalries

The Detroit Red Wings moved to the NHL’s Eastern Conference in 2013, reducing the amount of times a season they’d see traditional rivals such as the likes of the Chicago Blackhawks, St. Louis Blues and Nashville Predators. Could that soon change? Embed from Getty Images According to a reported NHL divisional changeup for next season, … Read more

Minnesota Wild’s Matt Dumba becomes first NHL player to kneel during anthem

During the NHL’s restart on Saturday, Minnesota Wild defenseman Matt Dumba became the first NHL player to kneel during the national anthem as a silent protest against racial injustice. The opening of the first game in Edmonton included a salute to social justice activists and healthcare workers and a speech from @mnwild defenseman Matt Dumba … Read more

Chicago Blackhawks to prohibit fans from wearing Native American headdress at future home games

The NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks have decided that despite there having been some calls to change their team name, they’ll be moving forward with the same branding they’ve been known by since their early history as one of the sport’s most historic franchises. However, there will be one aspect of fanfare no longer allowed at home … Read more

Game of the Day: Red Wings have their way with Blackhawks in Game 1 of 2009 WCF (VIDEO)

Our Game of the Day series continues by throwing it back to the playoff run of 2009, and the first playoff matchup between the two Original 6 rivals since 1995! The Detroit Red Wings, fresh off their thrilling seven-game series win over the Anaheim Ducks, found themselves facing a young Chicago Blackhawks team that had … Read more

DSN’s countdown of the most random Detroit Red Wings: No. 3 (VIDEO)

The Detroit Red Wings have featured not only some of the National Hockey League’s greatest teams in history, but also some of the greatest players to ever lace up the skates. From Gordie Howe to Steve Yzerman, Ted Lindsay to Nicklas Lidstrom, Sid Abel to Sergei Fedorov, and plenty of others in between, Detroit’s is … Read more

Chicago Blackhawks provide update regarding team name

The sports world is undergoing a series of changes in the past few weeks, with the NFL’s Washington Redskins as well as MLB’s Cleveland Indians officially reviewing their team names. Additionally, the Atlanta Braves are discussing the use of the fan “Tomahawk Chop” celebration. And while there was recently a suggestion that it’s time to … Read more

The Athletic: Is it time for a logo change for the Chicago Blackhawks?

The NFL’s Washington Redskins could find themselves with a new franchise name after FedEx officially requested a change, followed by owner Dan Snyder’s announcement that the consideration was underway. But prior to this news, one major athletic publication wondered if one of the NHL’s Original 6 franchises should make a major change themselves. Take a … Read more

Flashback: Todd Bertuzzi absolutely destroys Ryan Johnson (VIDEO)

Former Detroit Red Wings forward Todd Bertuzzi was known for throwing his weight around in addition to scoring some pretty big goals throughout his career. Let’s throw it back to March of 2011 when Detroit hosted the Chicago Blackhawks at Joe Louis Arena. Chicago forward Ryan Johnson was the unfortunate recipient of some physical punishment … Read more

Ex-Detroit Red Wings GM Ken Holland’s Best Trades: No. 1

We’re now into our countdown of former Detroit Red Wings GM Ken Holland‘s best trades during his time in the Motor City. For those of you who missed number five on the list, check out the details of the first three moves on the list: No. 5: Acquiring 2nd round pick from Carolina (Jiri Hudler) … Read more

Michael Jordan supported Red Wings D Chris Chelios against wrath of Chicago fans

The Detroit Red Wings pulled off a bold trade at the 1999 NHL Trade Deadline, bringing aboard former hated rival Chris Chelios from the Chicago Blackhawks. Chelios would go on to play a decade for the Red Wings, and was a part of two Stanley Cup winning squads. But for the longest time, Chicago fans … Read more

Red Wings’ Bob Probert TKO’s Chicago’s Bob McGill

As one of the most feared fighters in National Hockey League history, Bob Probert had his way with just about everyone who was unwise enough to drop the gloves against him. And as Bob McGill of the Chicago Blackhawks quickly found out, taking on Probert was not a wise decision for him to make. Probert … Read more

Chicago Blackhawks announce shocking front-office shakeup with firing of team president John McDonough

The Chicago Blackhawks, a noted rival of the Detroit Red Wings, announced a major shakeup to their front office this afternoon with the relieving team President and CEO John McDonough of his duties. The move is especially surprising, considering that McDonough had been team president for the past 13 years and was instrumental in such … Read more

Former Red Wing Chris Chelios shares hilarious story about Pavel Datsyuk (VIDEO)

Former Detroit Red Wings defenseman Chris Chelios played in 1,651 NHL regular season games, one of the highest marks in NHL history for a player. Of course, he spent a decade with Detroit after playing for two other original six franchises in Montreal and Chicago. Fox Sports Detroit host Trevor Thompson caught up with Chelios … Read more

Red Wings’ Dino Ciccarelli sucker punches Enrico Ciccone [Video]

During the 1995-1996 season, the Detroit Red Wings broke the NHL record by winning 62 regular-season games, a mark that is still intact. On April 12th of that season, the Red Wings picked up their 61st win of the season by defeating the Chicago Blackhawks 5-3. During the game, a bit of a skirmish broke … Read more

Ex-Detroit Red Wings GM Ken Holland’s best free-agent signings – No. 4

Our list of former Detroit Red Wings GM Ken Holland‘s top free-agent signings continues with number four on our list. For those of you who may have missed it, here’s number five: No. 5 – Luc Robitaille Number four could be considered one of the easiest examples of the cliche phrase, “The rich get richer”. … Read more