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Financial Breakdown: Kentucky Derby Champ Nyquist vs. Detroit Red Wing Gustav Nyquist

Nyquist, the horse named for Detroit Red Wing Gustav Nyquist, is looking to win back-to-back legs of the Triple Crown at the Preakness Stakes this weekend. How does the horse compare financially with its NHL namesake?

Red Wings' Nyquist rooting for racehorse Nyquist so they can meet at Belmont

Hours after Nyquist won the Kentucky Derby, Niklas Kronwall’s phone buzzed. The Detroit Red Wings defenseman received a text from his (...)

The Detroit Red Wings new home will be called Little Caesars Arena

The Detroit Red Wings confirmed Thursday morning that their new home, currently under construction in the downtown district and set to open (...)

Detroit Red Wings Announce New Rink Named Little Caesars Arena

The Detroit Red Wings and arena officials announced Thursday the organization's new rink, which is scheduled to be opened before the 2017-18 season, will be named Little Caesars Arena, according to John Gallagher of the Detroit FreeShow More Summary

Hypothetical Trades Based on the Latest NHL Speculation

The NHL playoffs are ongoing, but that hasn't stopped the media from speculating about potential trades this summer. Several notable players, including Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara (pictured above) and Detroit Red Wings center Pavel Datsyuk, have recently surfaced in the rumor mill. Show More Summary

NHL Playoffs Roundup: Pavel Datsyuk's Storied Career over as Tampa Bay Advances

Pavel Datsyuk skated down the middle of the ice with the puck, with the clock ticking to less than 10 seconds left and his Detroit Red Wings down by a goal in an elimination game. The 37-year-old Russian, at the end of what could prove...Show More Summary

NHL playoffs Thursday: Blackhawks try to stave off elimination in St. Louis

Chicago and Detroit are playing for their seasons on Thursday. The Tampa Bay Lightning have full control over their series, leading 3-1 with a chance to send the Detroit Red Wings packing in Game 5. Puck drop is scheduled for 7 p.m.Show More Summary

Nashville Predators Fans Reveal How They Sneak Catfish into Arena

Detroit Red Wings fans throw octopi onto the ice. A San Jose Sharks fan tossed a shark onto the ice in recent years. And now the Nashville Predators fans have put their own spin on the act by using catfish. Most hockey fans can at least understand the reasoning behind the celebrations. Show More Summary

Lightning vs. Red Wings 2016 final score: Jonathan Drouin pushes Detroit to the brink

Tampa Bay took a 3-1 series lead in a Game 3 win. The Detroit Red Wings had no answer for Jonathan Drouin in Game 3. The Tampa Bay Lightning youngster led his team to a 3-2 win and a commanding 3-1 series lead on Tuesday. Drouin had three assists, including the helper on the game-winning goal. Show More Summary

Red Wings player called chicken for not fighting, but obscure NHL rule held him back

Justin Abdelkader wanted to stand up for himself, but the NHL, his coach and changing times stood in the way. It had to sting when the Detroit Red Wings forward was mocked by his pursuer, Tampa Bay Lightning center Brian Boyle, who flapped his arms up and down like a bird. Chicken. There was a […]

NHL Playoffs 2016: Updated Schedule, Stanley Cup Odds and Picks

It's still early in the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, but as the activity shifts to Sunday's schedule, there is significant pressure on the Detroit Red Wings and the Anaheim Ducks. The Red Wings dropped the first two games of their series with the Tampa Bay Lightning, and they are carrying a four-game losing streak into Game 3. Show More Summary

Lightning vs. Red Wings 2016 live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch NHL playoffs online

The Detroit Red Wings will try to avoid a 3-0 series deficit when they host the Tampa Bay Lightning at home in Game 3 of the 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs first round Sunday. Puck drop is at 7 p.m. ET on CNBC and the CBC. Scouting the Lightning The biggest key for Tampa Bay might be discipline. Show More Summary

Tampa Bay Lightning vs Detroit Red Wings live stream, start time: Watch NHL Playoffs online

Hoping to extend their lead in the series, the Tampa Bay Lightning host Game 2 of their National Hockey League playoff battle against the Detroit Red Wings.

Red Wings vs. Lightning: Game 2 Live Score, Highlights for 2016 NHL Playoffs

Tampa Bay 1, Detroit 0 (First Intermission) The Tampa Bay Lightning lead the Detroit Red Wings 1-0 after on period of play in Game 2. Nikita Kucherov has the lone marker on the power play from Victor Hedman and Tyler Johnson. Keep it locked right here for live updates. Read more NHL news on

Red Wings vs. Lightning, 2016 NHL playoffs: Game 2 time, TV schedule and live stream

The Tampa Bay Lightning earned a comeback win in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference first-round Stanley Cup Playoffs series on Wednesday night, and look to take a commanding 2-0 series lead over the Detroit Red Wings on Friday nightShow More Summary

Your NHL Playoffs Broadcast Schedule for 4/13 – 4/20

NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs: First Round Announcer Assignments after Game 1 are TBA Wednesday April, 13 G1: Detroit Red Wings at Tampa Bay Lightning, NBCSN 7 pm, Chris Cuthbert, Rat Ferraro G1: New York Rangers at Pittsburgh Penguins, USA 8 pm, John Forslund, Brian Boucher G1: Chicago Blackhawks at St. Show More Summary

Lightning vs. Red Wings: Preview and Prediction for 2016 NHL Playoffs Matchup

For the second straight season, the Atlantic Division's No. 2 seed Tampa Bay Lightning will face off against the No. 3 Detroit Red Wings in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. In 2014-15, Petr Mrazek was brilliant in net for...Show More Summary

Pavel Datsyuk: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation on Red Wings Center's Future

Detroit Red Wings veteran center Pavel Datsyuk still might return to the team next season, his agent Dan Milstein told Ansar Khan of on Sunday. Earlier on Sunday, Datsyuk said that he believed he was done playing in the NHL and wanted to return home to Russia after this season, per Mitch Albom of the Detroit Free Press. Read more NHL news on

NHL Playoffs 2016: Stanley Cup Bracket, Schedule and Predictions

The Philadelphia Flyers saw a wide-open door, and they were happy to burst through it Saturday. Outside of the playoffs at the start of Saturday's action, the Flyers saw the Detroit Red Wings lose their season finale to the New YorkShow More Summary

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