There’s no mystery, no drama, no guessing about what will happen when the Edmonton Oilers make the first pick in Friday night’s NHL draft.
The Detroit Red Wings today announced their 2015-16 schedule for the team’s 90th year in the National Hockey League.
The award recognizes the NHL player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community.
Chris Chelios will expand his current role with the team and join the coaching staff, Dave Noel-Bernier has been hired as video coach and Jim Bedard will return for his 19th season as goaltending coach.
Nathan Paetsch’s contract with the Detroit Red Wings’ AHL affiliate, the Grand Rapids Griffins, ends at the end of this year and the two sides are discussing an extension, Red Wings assistant general manager Ryan Martin said.
The Detroit Red Wings on Friday named Todd Nelson as the new head coach of the Grand Rapids Griffins.
Imagine if the Red Wings would have won the Stanley Cup and the paper read the Detroit Lions won the Stanley Cup. Heck, some Detroiters would be overjoyed just that the Lions won something in the post-season.
The deep bowl will also allow the facility to be 20 percent lower than typical arenas, officials said.
Cox reported the Red Wings received interest in Mantha at the trade deadline in 2014 but did not want to move him.
Gordie Howe’s son Murray says the hockey legend is “comfortable and happy” and recently had more stem cell therapy in Mexico.