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NHL Free Agents 2015: Ranking the Best Players Left at Every Position

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

Mike Green to Detroit Red Wings: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

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 Red Wings' Complete Guide to Free Agency

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

Pavel Datsyuk Injury: Updates on Red Wings Star's Recovery from Ankle Surgery

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

2015 NHL Draft Guide for Detroit Red Wings

The Detroit Red Wings have a history of success when it comes to the NHL draft, and things will be a little different this week when general manager Ken Holland approaches the podium. The Red Wings no longer have Mike Babcock as head coach, but they have a talented replacement in Jeff Blashill who has the potential to be another amazing bench boss. Show More Summary

Best Fits for Detroit Red Wings in the 2015 NHL Draft

The Detroit Red Wings have a history of success when it comes to the NHL draft, and things will be a little different this June. The Red Wings enter this draft with a new head coach in Jeff Blashill, and he's a person with a hockey mind...Show More Summary

Complete Guide to the Chicago Blackhawks' 2015 Offseason

On Monday night, the Chicago Blackhawks won their third Stanley Cup in six years. The victory established the Blackhawks as a legitimate dynasty and the first team since the 1997-2002 Detroit Red Wings to secure so many championships...Show More Summary

For Our Consideration: From “Kilmer” to “kitsch”: One issue of Entertainment Weekly defined “cool” in ‘95

For me, June 1995 was an emotional roller coaster. For the first time since 1966, my esteemed Detroit Red Wings reached the Stanley Cup Finals, only to be swept in four games by the New Jersey Devils. Shortly before coach Jacques Lemaire...Show More Summary

Gordie Howe Undergoes 2nd Stem-Cell Treatment to Help Stroke Rehab

Detroit Red Wings legend and Hockey Hall of Famer Gordie Howe underwent a second round of treatment with stem cells Monday as his family attempts to improve his quality of life following a stroke last October. Ken Campbell of The Hockey News passed along the update from Murray Howe, the longtime winger's son. Show More Summary

Jeff Blashill to Red Wings: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

As widely expected, the Detroit Red Wings will name Jeff Blashill their next head coach at a press conference Tuesday. Ansar Khan of MLive.com reported the news. Blashill's impending appointment has been hockey's worst-kept secret for some time. Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings Must Avoid 'Luongo-Schneider 2.0' Drama with Howard, Mrazek

With all of the conversation regarding the Detroit Red Wings' coaching situation, the Wings' goaltending situation and subsequent problem has somewhat fallen by the wayside. The Wings' attempt to replace Mike Babcock this offseason —Helene St. Show More Summary

15 Highest Paid Coaches by Sport

Last week, the Toronto Maple Leafs made history when they signed Mike Babcock away from the Detroit Red Wings. The historic 8-year, $50 million contract doesn’t just make him one of the highest paid coaches in the NHL. It makes him one of the highest paid coaches in sports, period. Today, in honor of Mike Babcock’s […]

Brian Rafalski headlines U.S. Hockey HOF Class

The United States Hockey Hall of Fame has announced their latest crop of inductees for their Minnesota based institution, and former New Jersey Devil and Detroit Red Wing Defenceman, Brian Rafalski will headline it. Born in Dearborn,...Show More Summary

Dominik Hasek stays retired.

The Czech Goalie, Dominik Hasek has announced that he is forgoing thoughts of returning to the National Hockey League. At the age of 47, Hasek last played in North America for the Detroit Red Wings where he captured the second of his two Stanley Cups. Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings Face Many Questions, Have No Time to Waste in Coaching Search

The Detroit Red Wings face a number of questions in the team's search for a new head coach for next season. The first question, of course, is "who?" After Mike Babcock left for the Toronto Maple Leafs, there is plenty of on going discussion...Show More Summary

A Tearful Mike Babcock Thanks Detroit Red Wings Fans, Organization

To say Mike Babcock was emotional during his farewell press conference on Friday is an understatement. On Wednesday, Babcock agreed to an eight-year, $50-million deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs, bringing his time with the Detroit Red Wings to an end. Show More Summary

Mike Babcock, Toronto Agree To Massive Multiyear Deal

Mike Babcock and Toronto have agreed to a massive deal, to try to fix a massive hole. CBS Sports is reporting that Babcock, now the former head coach of the Detroit Red Wings, has signed a front-loaded, eight-year, $50 million contract...Show More Summary

New Leafs coach Mike Babcock is now the highest paid coach in the NHL

After weeks of speculation, former Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock has finally decided on his NHL future. On Wednesday afternoon, (...)

Mike Babcock to Maple Leafs: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

Mike Babcock did not waste any time finding another head coaching job after leaving the Detroit Red Wings. The 52-year-old will take over the Toronto Maple Leafs after agreeing to a huge contract. The Maple Leafs announced the deal on...Show More Summary

Mike Babcock follows the money from Red Wings to the Maple Leafs

After 10 seasons and one Stanley Cup in 2008, Mike Babcock is out as coach of the Detroit Red Wings. Source say Mike Babcock has decided to leave the Detroit Red Wings. #TSN — Aaron Ward (@TSNAaronWard) May 20, 2015 As for Babcock’s destination? Sources say Mike Babcock has been hired by the Maple Leafs. […]

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