Former Detroit Red Wings forwards Joe Kocur and Bob Probert were two of the most formidable enforcers in hockey history, forming the intimidating 1-2 punch known as the “Bruise Brothers” during their time in the Motor City. They would both eventually go their separate ways, though Kocur would soon find his way back to Detroit … Read more
Detroit, Michigan has been the home of some of the baddest, some of the meanest, and no doubt some of the toughest professional athletes to ever play their respective sports. In honor of Halloween, we take a look at ten of the scariest guys to ever wear a Detroit uniform. I made the list in … Read more
The Detroit Red Wings entered the 1998 Stanley Cup Finals against the Washington Capitals heavily favored to repeat as champions. And while Game 1 of the series wasn’t exactly the greatest game from either team, Detroit was able to squeeze out a narrowly fought 2-1 win thanks to goals from Joe Kocur and Nicklas Lidstrom.
The Detroit Red Wings have a long lineage of tough men, men who you wouldn’t want to meet in a dark alley, men who shave with a rusty knife, you know the type. From Darren McCarty to Bob Probert, all the way back to Ted Lindsay and Gordie Howe. Well with it being the 2nd … Read more
Joe Kocur formed 1/2 of the legendary “Bruise Brothers” with enforcer Bob Probert, and during their heyday there was no more feared duo in all of the National Hockey League. Though they would both eventually leave the Detroit Red Wings, Kocur would find his way back to the Motor City to aid in two straight … Read more
These days, the Red Wings are usually regarded as a team that relies on skill and finesse and not physical prowess. But throughout their history, the Red Wings have boasted some of the most feared players to have ever dropped the gloves, including who most regard as the greatest fighter in hockey history. Here are … Read more