Detroit Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock joined Stoney & Bill with Sara this morning
Thursday afternoon was a big day for news as far as the Detroit Red Wings are concerned.
Wings fans should consider themselves lucky, because for the first time in a long time they get to enjoy the regular season — that is before the real fun in April begins.
Mike Babcock always is focused on the next day, practice and game.
As the Wings skated at the Joe on Monday afternoon, every player knew what the talk would be post practice; would Sidney Crosby play and does the team want the NHL’s poster boy to be […]
The Detroit Red Wings will compete for bragging rights this Friday, December 9, to see which duo can raise the most money for The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign, as four teams bell ring between 4-6 p.m. at different Metro Detroit retail locations.
The Detroit Red Wings start the regular season Friday night at the Joe against the Ottawa Senators and both teams seem ecstatic about it.
The Wings’ 23-man roster for the start of the 2010-11 season is set. They are not looking to sign any more free agents to NHL contracts and don’t expect to make a trade in the off-season.
The Red Wings considered plenty of higher-profile candidates with years of NHL experience when looking to fill their two assistant coaching positions. But head coach Mike Babcock opted to go in a different direction.
The Detroit Red Wings have completed their coaching staff. Assistant coaches Bill Peters and Jeff Blashill were hired Friday and signed three-year contracts.