Dylan Larkin ‘probable’ for tonight’s game; Wings recall Tangradi from Griffins

The Detroit Red Wings have recalled another forward to join the team tonight in St. Paul as they take on the Minnesota Wild. Eric Tangradi is the newest call-up. General manager Ken Holland told Mlive.com that the move was made to give the team an extra healthy forward heading into tomorrow night’s game against the Winnipeg Jets in case someone becomes … Read more

Justin Abdelkader receives Business Management degree

Red Wings forward Justin Abdelkader is a tireless worker on the ice. Apparently, his off-ice pursuits are just as tireless. When he began his playing career at Michigan State University, he had a checklist of things he wanted to accomplish. Win a national championship (which he did, and even scored the game winning goal in the final seconds … Read more

Jeff Blashill on “The Huge Show”

Detroit Red Wings head coach Jeff Blashill took some time out of his day yesterday to do an interview with “The Huge Show”. Among their topics of discussion were team scoring, rookie Dylan Larkin, whether Blashill was feeling any pressure in his first year, and plenty more. Here is a full transcript of the interview, and if … Read more

NHL gets it wrong again

As we’ve seen plenty of times in the past, the Detroit Red Wings were robbed of a clear goal by the NHL. The latest victim is Teemu Pulkkinen. Standing in front of the goal, Pulkkinen chipped the puck past the glove of Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby, and immediately signaled to the referee that the … Read more

Special Teams- What’s the issue?

As Red Wings fans collectively sift through the stats so far this season to try and figure out what is different with the team this year, there is one thing that sticks out to this point: special teams. After finishing last season with the second-best power play unit in the league (23.81%), there has been … Read more

Looking Ahead: Red Wings 2015-16 Season Preview

In the 2014-15 season, we saw an improved Detroit Red Wings team who was one year removed from an incredibly injury-riddled season. While they were still eliminated in the first round, they took a very good Tampa Bay Lightning team to a 7th game in the series. If it wasn’t for a suspension to Niklas … Read more

The Red Wings have set their line combinations for training camp, and they are intriguing

The Detroit Red Wings have hit the ice for their 2015-16 training camp. As with every training camp, the Red Wings are split into 3 squads and will feature some tentative line combinations. Here are the lines and defense pairing for Team Delvecchio: Forwards Darren Helm – Brad Richards – Tomas Tatar Johan Franzen – Riley … Read more

NHL gets it right, and wrong, with Kronwall suspension

The Detroit Red Wings will be without their top defenseman Niklas Kronwall for Game 7 on Wednesday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Kronwall was suspended for 1 game for “Charging” after he laid one of his patented “Kronwalled” hits on Tampa F Nikita Kucherov. As hard as it is to admit, the suspension was justified. What’s a little more difficult to admit, is that the NHL is treating this case just like any other questionable hit in the playoffs.

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MUST SEE: Luke Glendening scores beautiful backhand GWG on Bishop

[brid video=”6843″ player=”1841″ width=”720″ height=”404″]   Oh man it was a thing of beauty. While the Detroit Red Wings were shorthanded, Luke Glendening intercepted a pass attempt deep in his zone. After batting the puck out across the blue line, he chased it down himself and won the race to it entering the Tampa Bay Lightning’s … Read more