Flashback: Red Wings’ Daniel Alfredsson picks up own teeth off the ice (VIDEO)

Hockey players are definitely known for their toughness and willingness to play through injury. Of course, a rather common injury in hockey is the loss of one’s teeth. Former Detroit Red Wings forward Daniel Alfredsson found that out firsthand during a 2013 matchup against the New Jersey Devils at Prudential Center after taking a high … Read more

WATCH: Ottawa Senators retire Daniel Alfredsson’s No. 11

Before the Detroit Red Wings battled the Ottawa Senators on Thursday night, the Senators held a special pregame ceremony for their long-time captain.

Daniel Alfredsson had his No. 11 retired and raised to the rafters at Canadian Tire Centre. The Red Wings took in the ceremony from their team bench, as many on the roster were teammates with Alfredsson during his one season with Detroit. The Red Wings roster also includes several of Alfredsson’s Swedish countrymen.

He thanked the Red Wings for taking in the ceremony and for their one season together.

Babcock’s Stare – Injury Updates on Datsyuk, Zetterberg, Weiss and much more!

This week’s edition of Babcock’s Stare has many important updates on some of the Red Wings top players whether it be injuries or contract status as we push closer to the hockey season. With the prospect tournament starting today and training camp starting next week, I can hardly contain my excitement for the upcoming season.  Here … Read more

Alfredsson Suffers a Setback

Daniel Alfredsson has suffered a setback and is most likely going to head to Red Wing’s training camp without a contract.  It isn’t anything major but it is still a cause for concern for the 41-year old. He wants to be able to contribute on a regular basis for the team and he doesn’t want … Read more

Which team has the easiest NHL schedule in 2014-15? One study says Detroit Red Wings

There’s good news for Detroit Red Wings fans who don’t think the club did much to upgrade the roster since last season. According to a story by The Hockey News, the Red Wings will have the easiest schedule in the NHL next season when it comes to travel. Writer Dirk Hoag of Hockey Gear HQ makes an annual … Read more