Playing in the NHL wasn’t Chris Chelios’ dream.
Of the five new members of the NHL Hall of Fame, two are former Detroit Red Wings – Chris Chelios and Brendan Shanahan.
Continuing a Red Kettle Campaign tradition, Detroit Red Wings alumni and staff will serve as Red Kettle bell ringers at four metro Detroit retail locations, competing against each other to see who can raise the most money to help those in need.
With last Sunday being a bye week for the Lions and the team playing away this week, tailgating has been put on hold. But this does not mean you can’t head to some of the best sports bars and restaurants around this Sunday to watch the game.
Hundreds of metro-Detroit men attended a free health event at Ford Field Saturday.
Chelios is never visible in the video, but shouts are heard throughout saying things like, “”Burn it! Chelios, you’re awesome!”
In the wintertime, the breadbowl provides the perfect combination of crusty bread and warm soup or chili for a hardy meal. Here are a few of the best in Detroit and its surrounding areas.
Chris Chelios led a class of five inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday night.
When the sun is shining in Michigan, stop whatever you are doing and savor the moment. Enjoy a cold beverage on a warm summer day in Detroit at one of these friendly establishments including Cheli’s Chili Bar, Doc’s Sports Retreat or Hockeytown Café.
Chris Chelios played in four different Olympic games and spent 26 seasons in the NHL, including the 2009-10 season where he appeared in seven games with the Atlanta Thrashers at the age of 48.