Examining the Detroit Red Wings’ 2010 draft

Over the next few weeks, we’ll take a look at each of the last 10 drafts for the Detroit Red Wings. We’ll touch on where players were selected, how they performed in Detroit, and where they are now. Our first stop: the 2010 draft. 2010 Detroit Red Wings draft picks Round One, Pick 21: Riley … Read more

JUST IN: Red Wings and Rangers swap AHL players

The Detroit Red Wings already made a move today, sending forward Riley Sheahan to the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for Scott Wilson. Now, they’ve made another move – this time with a fellow Original 6 team. The Red Wings have sent defenseman Ryan Sproul to the New York Rangers in exchange for Matt Puempel. The #RedWings … Read more

5 Moves the Red Wings must make to get back on track

The Detroit Red Wings missed the playoffs for the first time in 25 years this season. They were also sellers at the trade deadline for the first time in a long time when they traded away Thomas Vanek, Steve Ott, Tomas Jurco, and Brendan Smith. The team enters relatively foreign territory as they begin their … Read more

Somebody pinch me! Riley Sheahan scores his first goal of season [Video]

Talk about getting the monkey off your back!

Maligned Detroit Red Wings forward Riley Sheahan went the entire 2016-2017 season without scoring a goal, until this afternoon. In the final game ever at Joe Louis Arena, Sheahan roofed a shot past New Jersey Devils goaltender Cory Schneider to break his goalless drought that dated back to the last game of last year’s regular season.

Earlier this year, Sheahan set the Red Wings record for most games without a goal by a forward. Even though it’s the last game of the year, he’ll certainly feel a little better about himself.

The time has come for Ken Holland to step down as Red Wings GM

The Detroit Red Wings are stuck in their worst season in nearly three decades and are all but mathematically eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Wednesday was the NHL’s trade deadline, and unfortunately, became yet another chapter in the ever-faltering novel authored by Wings general manager Ken Holland. When the dust settled, the Red Wings had sold … Read more

It’s time for the Red Wings to make the difficult choice – let Jeff Blashill go

Editorial: The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of Detroit Sports Nation The Detroit Red Wings enter tonight’s tilt against the New York Islanders tied for last in the Eastern Conference, and we’re already into early February. Head coach Jeff Blashill was promoted to … Read more