Red Wing forward Drew Miller narrowly escaped a devastating eye injury Tuesday night against the Ottawa Senators, when he caught a stray skate to the upper part of his face right by the eye socket. Miller was in position for the face-off just minutes into the game when the incident occurred. Show More Summary
Detroit Red Wings forward Drew Miller avoided disfigurement by the slimmest of margins Tuesday night when a wild, high skate cut across his cheek and eye socket. The scary incident occurred after a faceoff early in the first period of Detroit's 2-1 loss to the Ottawa Senators. Show More Summary
Detroit Red Wings forward Drew Miller is an extremely lucky man. That probably sounds strange to you, seeing as how his face was slashed open by a hockey skate on Tuesday night. But when you consider the fact that the skate whacked him right across the right eye, and when you see the grisly photo […]
DETROIT – Red Wings forward Drew Miller rushed off the ice minutes into Tuesday’s game after being struck in the face by a (...)
The accepted view around the NHL is the Detroit Red Wings are heading to the NHL playoffs for the 24th consecutive season. But the Ottawa (...)
What happens in the Detroit Red Wings’ game Sunday against the New York Islanders might have a profound impact on how coach Mike (...)
The struggling Arizona Coyotes will try to break their winless streak as they face the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena in the NHL. The puck drops on March 24, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Gustav Nyquist and the Detroit Red Wings are in a weird spot after 70 games in their 2014-15 NHL season. After going 64 games without back-to-back regulation losses this season, the Red Wings have not so quietly lost six of their last...Show More Summary
Friday's contest between Detroit and Tampa Bay will have a lot of playoff implications. Although less than 20 percent of the NHL regular season remains, the Detroit Red Wings could reasonably finish anywhere from third in the Eastern Conference to seventh, where they currently reside. Show More Summary
Pavel Datsyuk will miss at least two games for the Detroit Red Wings as the team looks to maintain position in the Eastern Conference playoff race. Continue for updates. Datsyuk to Miss Multiple Games Wednesday, March 18 "[Red Wings head coach Mike] Babcock said Datsyuk has lower-body injury. Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Penguins have a discipline problem. Sunday’s blowout loss to the Detroit Red Wings was accompanied by 12 Penguins penalties, according to NHL.com’s box score. Seven of those penalties were related to unsportsmanlike conduct—two-minute minors, 10-minute misconducts or game misconducts. Show More Summary
If there is one thing that the Detroit Red Wings players, fans and management have learned this season, it is that when healthy, the Red Wings have the deepest goaltending trio in the NHL. But as big of a blessing as that could appear,...Show More Summary
The Red Wings rebounded nicely, while the Predators fell to 2-8-0 in their last 10. The Detroit Red Wings believe they hit rock bottom on Saturday when they lost, 7-2, to the Philadelphia Flyers. It's easy to understand why. The Wings hadn't lost back-to-back in their first 64 games, then they did so twice in eight days. Show More Summary
The current statuses of the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings prove that it only takes about 10 days to alter a team’s fortunes (...)
Both the Penguins and Wings want to forget what happened on Saturday. The Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Penguins will each get a chance at redemption on national television on Sunday. The kicker is that only one of them will actually achieve it. Detroit visits the Steel City hoping to put their loss on Saturday as far behind them as possible. Show More Summary
On March 14, 2015, the Detroit Red Wings travel to the Wells Fargo Center to meet the Philadelphia Flyers in the NHL. The match starts at 1:00 PM ET.
This might be the best goal of 2015. Considering their enduring success and ability to draft and develop wicked skilled players over the last two decades, it's probably safe to assume the Detroit Red Wings are blessed by the hockey gods or something. And if you don't believe that, you clearly haven't seen what one of their prospects did on Tuesday. Show More Summary
The Detroit Red Wings made a pair of moves at the 2015 NHL trade deadline, picking up Erik Cole and Marek Zidlicky while not giving up anyone on their active roster. But the Wings have won just once in three games since then, losingShow More Summary
Eastern Conference giants collide as the Boston Bruins host the Detroit Red Wings at the TD Garden in the National Hockey League.
The Red Wings' power play is not faring well this afternoon. The Boston Bruins entered Sunday's contest against the Detroit Red Wings three short-handed goals behind the NHL lead. In less than two periods, they moved within a singleShow More Summary