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Detroit Red Wings' Biggest Mistakes in Each of the Last 5 Offseasons

It is starting to become clear that Detroit is no longer the premier destination for high-end free agents. Detroit failed to acquire any of the big-name players available this offseason and will have to find alternatives to improve. As...Show More Summary

Breaking Down the Biggest Rumors Surrounding Detroit Red Wings

After striking out on Day 1 of NHL free agency, the Detroit Red Wings were left scratching their heads in disbelief. Rather than dwelling on what went wrong, the club has gone back to the drawing board in order to reconfigure its priorities. Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings Trade for Mike Green Would Be Desperate and Risky

Various sources including Ansar Khan at Mlive.com and Art Regner at Fox Sports Detroit are reporting that Washington Capitals defenseman Mike Green is now the Detroit Red Wings’ primary trade target. As Khan explains, Green possesses...Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings' Decision to Trade for a Defenseman Should Not Be Made Quickly

The Detroit Red Wings are entering the long end of summer still nursing the sting that came with losing out on every free-agent target they sought to acquire on July 1. While the Red Wings failed to land any big free-agent prizes—such...Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings: Why Dylan Larkin Will Find Success in the NHL

As he sat in the midst of fellow unbearably nervous players and their families and friends in Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center, there was one team in the mind of Dylan Larkin : the Detroit Red Wings. Born in Waterford, Michigan andShow More Summary

What Went Wrong for the Detroit Red Wings in Free Agency?

July 1 was supposed to be the biggest day of the summer for Hockeytown and the Detroit Red Wings. After finally clearing the roster of aging veterans and underachievers, Detroit had close to $14 million in cap space when the clock struck high noon. They desperately wanted a right-handed shooting defenseman and made a push for the best available. Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings Re-Sign Kyle Quincey as Twitter and Social Media Implode

The Detroit Red Wings' management failed to sign any of their right-handed defensemen targets on the first day of unrestricted free agency. But it was the decision to extend Kyle Quincey that left many Red Wings fans angry on Twitter. This...Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings Are Free-Agency Losers, but How Big Are the Losses?

Though 2014 NHL free agency is still just hours old, the winners and losers among the league’s 30 teams have already emerged—the Detroit Red Wings find themselves amongst the latter group. Despite intense interest and pursuit of topShow More Summary

Red Wings Rumors: Latest Free-Agent Updates and Trade Chatter

Few teams in the NHL had a more interesting 2013-14 campaign than the Detroit Red Wings. Pegged as a squad capable of competing with the top teams in the Eastern Conference, a staggering list of injuries prevented Detroit from ever getting...Show More Summary

Playing Fact or Fiction with Detroit Red Wings Free Agency Rumors

On the eve of NHL free agency, rumors are swirling around the hockey universe, and a flurry of late activity is sure to shake up the marketplace. The Detroit Red Wings’ search for a right-handed defenseman is the worst-kept secret in...Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings Should Look to Acquire Both Christian Ehrhoff and Dan Boyle

The Detroit Red Wings are heading into the start of the NHL free-agency period, which begins July 1, in desperate need of improving their defense. As Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports, this is hardly earth-shattering news as the Red Wings have already met with the agents for free-agent defenders Dan Boyle and Matt Niskanen. Show More Summary

NHL Draft 2014: Detroit Red Wings select Dylan Larkin with No. 15 overall pick

The Detroit Red Wings have selected forward prospect Dylan Larkin with the No. 15 overall pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. The Detroit Red Wings have selected forward prospect Dylan Larkin with the No. 15 overall pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. Larkin, 17, is a left-handed shooting forward prospect who has spent time at both center and left wing. Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings 2014 NHL Draft Picks: Grades, Results and Analysis

The 2013-14 NHL season was a tough one for the Detroit Red Wings. They managed to keep their stunning playoff streak alive, but it took just about everything the organization had to get there. Injuries kept the team in shambles throughout...Show More Summary

Re-Grading Detroit Red Wings' Last 5 1st-Round Picks

The NHL draft is here, and each club’s front office is finalizing its strategy with hopes, wants and needs. Each team has certain talent in mind, but will also keep its options and phone lines open. The Detroit Red Wings have the 15th overall pick, their highest since taking Martin Lapointe with the 10th choice in 1991. Show More Summary

Updates on Where the Detroit Red Wings' 2011 Draft Picks Are Now

The 2011 NHL draft produced many young talents who are now making a name for themselves in the league. Seventeen of the first 20 players taken in the first round have made their way into the NHL—and one has already been named captain...Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings Should Consider Daniel Alfredsson an Option, Not a Priority

One of the questions the Detroit Red Wings were facing heading into the offseason was whether or not Daniel Alfredsson would be interested in returning to the team in 2014-15. That question now appears to have been answered. As Ted Kulfan...Show More Summary

Dominik Hasek Caps Off Dominating Career With Hall Of Fame Induction

Dominik Hasek will be inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame, capping off a career that included an unprecedented two Hart Trophies as NHL MVP and a Stanley Cup trophy with the Detroit Red Wings. Inductions were announced on Monday, with a class that also included Peter Forsberg and Rob Blake. Another inductee, Mike Modano,

Signature Sundays - Red Kelly

In today's Signature Sundays post, I'll continue with the 2012-13 Panini Classics Signatures autographs. Just one card today, featuring Hall-of-Famer Red Kelly of the Detroit Red Wings: I really love this card just because of how long ago Kelly played. Show More Summary

5 Free Agents Who Should Be on Detroit Red Wings' Wish List

The Detroit Red Wings are gearing up for NHL free agency, which begins July 1. Despite a weaker crop of unrestricted free-agent defenseman, there are still quite a number of players who should be on the team's wish list. These players will help Detroit going forward. Show More Summary

Detroit Red Wings Coaching Staff Needs to Start Looking Familiar

When it comes to assessing an NHL team’s chances for lasting success, one will have to get pretty deep into the analysis before coming to a discussion about a team’s assistant coaches—if there’s a discussion at all. When a team is dedicated to building a winning culture, the focus is appropriately drawn to which men will be sitting on the bench. Show More Summary

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