Detroit Red Wings star Johan Franzen was a scratch before Tuesday's game after feeling ill, and his issues with head injuries have resurfaced, as head coach Jeff Blashill said Monday, per Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press. Continue for updates. Show More Summary
... from the past week of action: • Mike Babcock can walk on frozen water but he can't work miracles coaching the Toronto Maple Leafs. Lured away from Detroit for a reported $50 million over eight years, he is 0-2-1. The Red Wings, whom he left behind, are 2-0-0 under his successor, Jeff Blashill....
No one said it would be easy. Another night, another major NHL storyline. This time, however, the focus was centered off the bench as Mike Babcock returned to Detroit for the first time behind the visiting bench. After ten years, a Stanley...Show More Summary
It has been awhile since the Detroit Red Wings had a rookie like Dylan Larkin. In his first NHL game at Joe Louis Arena Friday night, the Red (...)
And he was nonplussed. Mike Babcock will go down as one of the best coaches in Detroit Red Wings history, which is saying a lot for that storied franchise. His departure from the team after ten seasons this summer for the rebuildingShow More Summary
One of the most successful coaches in Red Wings history returns on Friday for the first time as a Maple Leafs boss. Meanwhile, the Islanders make their home debut in Brooklyn.
Paul Henderson won two Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings of the NHL. In 1968, he went and played with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Shortly following that, Paul Henderson scored the winning goal in the final game of the 1972 Summit Series against the Soviet Union for Canada. Show More Summary
It's the dawn of a new era in Motown. After 10 years, 10 playoff appearances and one Stanley Cup, coach Mike Babcock has moved on to new challenges, leaving the Detroit Red Wings turn a corner in their franchise's long, storied history. High-profile...Show More Summary
It's shaping up to be another interesting season in the NHL's Atlantic Division. In 2014-15, the Montreal Canadiens and Tampa Bay Lightning dueled for the top spot in the standings. The Detroit Red Wings made the playoffs for the 24th...Show More Summary
A Michigan man was found guilty today of 15 counts of mail fraud in a $50 million Ponzi scheme that spanned ten years. The victims of Zada's Ponzi scheme included an internationally hockey player and former Detroit Red Wings Center Sergei...Show More Summary
Green, who left for the Detroit Red Wings last month, sold his Franklin Park home for $2.8 million.
Even though the NHL's trade market has drastically slowed since the beginning of July, there are still plenty of pieces that could be in play in order for teams to help round out their rosters into a contender. For others, financial issues could force their hands into parting with some of their most important players. Show More Summary
On July 11, 2015 the historic Park Avenue Hotel in Detroit, built in 1924, was imploded to make room for the loading dock of the new Detroit Events Center, which will become the new home of the Detroit Red Wings. The vacant hotel was known for its iconic “Zombieland” graffiti written on the top of […]
The Detroit Red Wings enter the 2015-16 season heading in a different direction, but the ultimate goal remains the same. Detroit had a golden opportunity to eliminate the eventual Eastern Conference champion Tampa Bay Lightning but failed to take advantage of its series lead. Show More Summary
Only two days into a thin NHL free-agent market, most of the best available talent is already gone. Among the notables signed were defenseman Mike Green by the Detroit Red Wings, left wing Matt Beleskey by the Boston Bruins and right...Show More Summary
Maybe life won't be so bad in Detroit without coach Mike Babcock. The Red Wings took two steps toward a 25th consecutive playoff appearance on the first day of free agency by signing defenseman Mike Green to a three-year, $18 million...Show More Summary
The Detroit Red Wings announced on Wednesday that they have signed free-agent defenseman Mike Green to a three-year contract. According to Greg Whyshynski of Yahoo Sports, the deal is worth $18 million. Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News reported that the Red Wings were not expected to be one of the more active sides in the NHL's free-agency period. Show More Summary
Detroit might be facing some pretty serious municipal issues, but don’t tell their sports fans when it comes to the under-construction Red Wing arena. However, of the $650 million development for the new currently-nameless arena and its surrounding area, “only” $285 million or so will be borne by the public. In an effort to drum up […]
In 2015-16, the Detroit Red Wings will start their season without the long-familiar face of coach Mike Babcock behind their bench. As Jeff Blashill steps up from the AHL's Grand Rapids Griffins to run the show, expect the new faces in...Show More Summary
Detroit Red Wings center Pavel Datsyuk battled an ankle injury during the regular season and will be in a cast for approximately four to six weeks after undergoing offseason ankle surgery, according to the Detroit Free Press' Helene St. Show More Summary