Detroit Red Wings forward Daniel Cleary is looking to make a comeback.
As the March 5th NHL trade deadline approaches it has become apparent that Livonia native Ryan Kesler will be available for the right price.
Apparently Cleary’s deal with the Flyers fell through and Cleary will be back in Detroit.
All summer long Dan Cleary has been sitting around mulling his options with a return to Detroit seeming to be his preference.
The owner says he has no imminent plans to reopen the store, but he is looking for alternatives with his landlord and the Coffee Beanery.
Players and owners are “cautiously optimistic” that a deal may be near.
Dan Cleary returned after missing five games with a sore knee, which needed to be drained twice and required two cortisone shots.
The Red Wings were missing too much size and too much scoring punch on Thursday. They battled hard until the end, but in the end, they didn’t have enough healthy bodies to overcome a huge deficit.
By whatever name you call him these days, Danny Cleary is enjoying a great start to the season.
The notion that star players may need time to get going in the playoffs works fine when that time is allotted. Given the position the Red Wings are in now, however, faced with a Game […]