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Detroit Red Wings Players with the Best Chance to Win a League Award in 2014-15

The Detroit Red Wings have been blessed with many memorable regular-season performances. Detroit’s current edition may not have the flashy, league-leading scorers as it has had in the past, but there are certainly some players worthy...Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Most Important Players on the Detroit Red Wings Roster

The 2013-14 NHL season exposed a lot of good and bad throughout the Detroit Red Wings lineup. Most notably, it became clear who the most important players on the team are. Detroit possesses some of the league’s biggest stars, but some...Show More Summary

Ranking the Top 5 Under-the-Radar Prospects for Washington Capitals

One of the keys to long-term success in the NHL is successfully identifying and acquiring prospects that the majority of the league's other 29 clubs have overlooked. It was evident with the Detroit Red Wings, who won four Stanley Cups...Show More Summary

Ranking the Detroit Red Wings' 5 Best Highlight-Makers in the Last Decade

Detroit Red Wings fans are privileged to watch a human highlight reel on any given night with some of the players that have played in Hockeytown over the better part of the last quarter century. But over the last decade, through theShow More Summary

Red Wings Make the Smart Move by Giving Ken Holland a 4-Year Extension

The Detroit Red Wings and Ken Holland put an end to any speculation that this would be the general manager’s final season with the organization, as Holland signed a four-year contract extension Thursday that runs through 2017-18. BREAKING:...Show More Summary

Predicting the Top Candidates for the 2014-15 Norris Trophy

At the dawn of the new millennium, the winner of the NHL's Norris Trophy for best defenseman was a virtually foregone conclusion. From 2001 to 2011, Nicklas Lidstrom of the Detroit Red Wings picked up the award on seven of 10 occasions,...Show More Summary

Breaking Down the Detroit Red Wings' Daniel Alfredsson Problem

Daniel Alfredsson isn ’t a problem, exactly. He tied for the team lead in scoring with 49 points in his first season in Detroit, and the Red Wings clearly like him. The trouble is that in bringing him back for another season, Detroit...Show More Summary

Open Thread: Best Laugh Of The Year (So Far)

My vote for best laugh on YouTube this year (so far): A fan can't even speak he's so giddy as Detroit Red Wings' Jordin Tootoo gifts his hockey stick. Open thread below....

Ranking the 5 Most Surprising Seasons in Detroit Red Wings History

In their storied 88-year history, the Detroit Red Wings have experienced unbridled joy and debilitating defeat. The Red Wings have hoisted 11 Stanley Cups, six Presidents’ Trophies and are in the midst of a historic run of 23 consecutive playoff appearances. Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings Who Must Prove Themselves Early in 2014-15 Season

The Detroit Red Wings' 2014-15 season keys on the ability of the players to prove the media, critics and fans wrong for a whole season. After a lackluster 2013-14 season that saw key players Pavel Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg injured, the Red Wings had to fight to get into the playoffs. Show More Summary

The Biggest Question for Each Los Angeles Kings Line in 2014-15

For the Los Angeles Kings, the biggest question entering next season is whether or not they will become the first team since the Detroit Red Wings in 1997 and 1998 to repeat as Stanley Cup champions. They have the players in place to do so, it's just a matter of executing. Show More Summary

The Biggest Question for Each Detroit Red Wings Line in 2014-15

With training camp right around the corner, the Detroit Red Wings are on the cusp of filling out the roster. With Danny DeKeyser and Daniel Alfredsson the only question marks remaining, Detroit is nearing its annual trip to Centre Ice...Show More Summary

The Biggest Questions for the Remainder of Detroit Red Wings' 2014 Offseason

The dust has finally settled from the early July free-agent frenzy, and the Detroit Red Wings are looking nearly identical to their 2013-14 roster. After striking out in free agency and re-signing nearly all of their restricted freeShow More Summary

The Biggest Missed Opportunities in Detroit Red Wings' 2014 Offseason so Far

Thanks to some missed opportunities during the 2014 offseason, the Detroit Red Wings could be well on their way to a repeat season of last year's disappointing first-round exit in the Stanley Cup playoffs. While the Red Wings didn'tShow More Summary

Predicting Los Angeles Kings' Best Player at Each Position in 5 Years

It's already been two years since the Los Angeles Kings won their first Stanley Cup and five years since the Pittsburgh Penguins and Detroit Red Wings battled for a championship for a second consecutive year. The next few years in the...Show More Summary

Predicting Detroit Red Wings' Best Player at Each Position in 5 Years

The Detroit Red Wings have been stocking up their cupboard of prospects, and some could crack the lineup as soon as the 2014-15 season. Over the next couple of years these prospects will either flourish or fade in an attempt to secure a roster spot. Show More Summary

Power Ranking Detroit Red Wings' Top 6 Forwards for 2014-15

While teams are enjoying the summer sun, it won’t be long until the leaves change color, the temperature drops and hockey season creeps back into everyone’s mind. The Detroit Red Wings have had an uneventful summer, and putting it behind...Show More Summary

Inside the Inaugural The Red Wing Post Newspaper

The famous Detroit bookmaker presents their first venture into print entitled The Red Wing Post. The inaugural issue, “A Return To Craft,” focuses on the brand’s rich history and the places and faces of new and inspiring makers in various fields. From… Inside the Inaugural The Red Wing Post Newspaper is a post by Thomas Welch on Selectism.

Red Wings Generously Agree To Accept Huge Sums Of Money From Public

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Yesterday, the Detroit Red Wings unveiled plans for their brand new publicly subsidized $450 million arena development. The arena, which promises to include $200 million additional investments in mixed-used development, will break ground in September. Show More Summary

Red Wings Unveil New Arena with a Taxpayer Assist

Detroit needs an assist. In exchange for several hundred million dollars, the Red Wings promise to give them one. The Ilitch family owning the Detroit Red Wings and Joe Louis Arena (and Little Caesar's) unveiled plans for a new arena to house the hockey team in Hockeytown. Show More Summary

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