Gordie Howe’s family presents Patrick Marleau with special gift

San Jose Sharks forward Patrick Marleau passed the legendary Gordie Howe in the NHL record books earlier this season, overtaking Howe for the most games played in NHL history. Marleau now has skated in 1,779 NHL games, compared to Howe’s 1,767. And to commemorate history being made, the Howe family presented Marleau with a special … Read more

Patrick Marleau on verge of breaking Gordie Howe’s games played record

One of the greatest to ever lace up the skates, Detroit Red Wings legend Gordie Howe set multiple NHL records over the course of his legendary career. And as of right now, one of those records still stands – the most games played. However, that record is in serious danger of being broken by San … Read more

Brendan Shanahan’s hat trick sinks Sharks in 2001-02 season opener (VIDEO)

The Detroit Red Wings regular season is just around the corner. And while this season will be a completely different experience for everyone involved, we’re looking forward to kicking off the 95th chapter of the historic franchise. Each day as the season draws closer, we’ll be posting a tribute piece to a player who wore … Read more

Flashback: Marc Staal wrecks Kyle Wellwood with massive body check (VIDEO)

The Detroit Red Wings traded for veteran defenseman Marc Staal from the New York Rangers earlier today, along with a second round draft pick in exchange for future considerations. Embed from Getty Images The 33 year old veteran of Thunder Bay, Ontario comes to Detroit having played 892 regular season games with the Rangers. At … Read more

Ex-Red Wings GM Ken Holland reveals the one trade he wouldn’t have done today

Former Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland was honored yesterday by being elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame class of 2020 for his numerous accomplishments during his time in the Motor City, having his name on the Stanley Cup a whopping four times, and three as GM. But prior to Steve Yzerman’s return … Read more

Flashback: Red Wings’ Tomas Holmstrom shatters net camera (VIDEO)

Former Detroit Red Wings forward Tomas Holmstrom made life a living nightmare for opposition goaltenders throughout his career, making a living in front of the net. Plenty of his goals were deflections near the goal mouth – and on one occasion, the camera mounted inside of the net paid the ultimate price. Let’s throw it … Read more

Flashback: Red Wings’ Johan Franzen goes beast-mode, scores four goals vs. Sharks (VIDEO)

May 6, 2010 was a day in Detroit Red Wings playoff history that will rank among the great games in postseason history – not just for Detroit, but in the entire National Hockey League. Forward Johan Franzen added to his reputation of being a playoff menace by scoring four goals in Game 4 of the … Read more

Columbus Blue Jackets to begin closing home games to public

As the outbreak of COVID-19, otherwise known as coronavirus continues to spread, sports leagues across North America and the world have been making adjustments in fan attendance policy as well as outright cancellations of matches in order to keep the public safe. The San Jose Sharks have announced that their home games have been included … Read more

Report: San Jose Sharks home games included in coronavirus ban in Santa Clara County

The coronavirus, otherwise known as COVID-19, is already having an effect on the National Hockey League. Santa Clary County has put a temporary ban on all gatherings that involve over 1,000 people, which affects the San Jose Sharks. This means that the following home games at SAP Center will be affected: March 19 vs. the … Read more

NHL memo to players: Limit interactions with fans due to coronavirus fears

As the fallout from the coronavirus continues to captivate the public, sports leagues across the world have implemented plans to help avoid its spread. The NHL has now joined the fray with a memo to the players to limit interaction with fans, confirmed by deputy commissioner Bill Daly. Meanwhile, the San Jose Sharks played yesterday’s … Read more

Mickey Redmond calls heavyweight fight between Bob Probert and Link Gaetz [Video]

Let’s flashback to 11/14/1991 when Detroit Red Wings bruiser Bob Probert dropped the gloves against Link Gaetz of the San Jose Sharks in a huge heavyweight battle. As you will see below, there were some haymakers thrown in this fight and it was all called by Red Wings’ announcers Mickey Redmond and Dave Strader, which … Read more

Red Wings close out 2019 with 2-0 victory over San Jose Sharks

2019 may not have been kind to the Detroit Red Wings in more ways than one, but they were able to finish the season on a high note. Goaltender Jonathan Bernier made 34 saves for his first shutout of the season, while goals from Tyler Bertuzzi and Filip Hronek (empty net) powered Detroit (10-28-3) to … Read more

Detroit Red Wings honor Gus Nyquist in his return to Little Caesars Arena

The Detroit Red Wings welcomed back an old friend to Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday night. Forward Gus Nyqvist, who was drafted 121st overall in the 2008 Draft by the Red Wings, played in Hockeytown from 2011 to 2019 until his trade to the San Jose Sharks at least season’s trade deadline. He signed a … Read more

Five NHL coaches have been fired since the Detroit Red Wings last won a game

As if fans of the Detroit Red Wings needed anything else to add to their misery, this might just be the icing on the cake of despair that has been the 2019-20 season so far. The San Jose Sharks fired head coach Peter DeBoer last night, which means that five – count them – FIVE … Read more