The Detroit Red Wings and forward Darren Helm have agreed to a four-year deal worth $8.5 million, the team said.
Red Wings forward Darren Helm underwent successful surgery last night to repair lacerated tendons in his right forearm.
Detroit center Darren Helm sustained an upper-body injury’ in the first period against Nashville on Thursday night, and he will not return in Game 1 of the first-round playoff series.
Detroit coach Mike Babcock says center Darren Helm is playing Wednesday night in Game 1 of the Red Wings’ playoff series against the Nashville Predators.
The injury-riddled Detroit Red Wings learned on Monday that center Darren Helm will be out four to six weeks with a sprained MCL.
Darren Helm, relied on primarily for speed, energy and checking, is picking up the pace offensively.
Doug Karsch arrived to the Karsch and Anderson show yesterday on 90-minutes of sleep that he got on his plane trip from the Sugar Bowl where he was the sideline reporter.
Darren Helm sealed the win with an empty-net goal. After scoring a career-high 12 goals during the regular season, Helm already has three goals in the playoffs.
Mike Modano is not accustomed to being a healthy scratch, especially in the playoffs.
Darren Helm scored his 12th goal, establishing a career-high. Helm has been more dangerous offensively this season, as he’s learned to bury some of the many scoring chances he creates with his speed.
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