Dylan Larkin Named Red Wings Rookie Of The Year By The Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association“It was an exciting year for me personally, being able to wear the winged wheel and skate alongside great players who I grew up watching,” said Larkin.
Fan Gets Back Autographed Cards From Former Red Wing Robert Lang 17-Years Later [PHOTO]If you collect autographs you know that some are tougher than others to obtain.
Dylan Larkin To Serve As Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix Grand Marshal“Growing up in the Detroit area, I know the tradition of the Grand Prix and the excitement it brings to the city,” said Larkin.
Report: Red Wings Won't Re-Sign Kyle Quincey, Brad RichardsIf you are looking for a shakeup with the Detroit Red Wings, you may very well have gotten your wish.
Michigan First Credit Union Joins Swell of Corporate Support As First Cornerstone Partner For Little Caesars Arena“The gondola seating is such a unique way to experience an event or game, and it’s just captivating,” says Tom Wilson, president and CEO of Olympia Entertainment.
Red Wings Hire Jeff Salajko As Goaltending CoachSalajko, 41, has served as goaltending development coach for the American Hockey League’s Grand Rapids Griffins since the 2013-14 campaign.
Street Hockey Planned For 10 Meijer Parking Lots This SummerMeijer will turn 10 Michigan parking lots into destinations for summer street hockey for kids.
Five Summer Storylines To Look For With The Red WingsA bevy of offseason questions await GM Ken Holland and Co. as they gear up for the 2016-17 campaign.
Red Wings Name Doug Houda Assistant CoachDuring Houda’s 10 seasons with the club, the Bruins compiled a 428-264-94 record, seventh-best in the NHL over that span.
Goalie Coach Jim Bedard Ousted By Red WingsThe Detroit Red Wings are in need for a new goaltender coach.
Stanley Cup To Visit Kentucky Derby Contender NyquistThe Stanley Cup is coming to the Kentucky Derby.
Kentucky Derby Favorite 'Nyquist' Named After Red Wings' Gustav NyquistThis year, fans of the Detroit Red Wings might want to watch a little more intently.