Wings GM Ken Holland said on Thursday after trading for defenseman Kyle Quincey that he would be fine with his team if another deal was not made before today’s 3PM deadline.
Newly-acquired defenseman Mike Commodore considered wearing uniform No. 64 to pay homage to the iconic Commodore 64 personal computer, but ultimately decided it would be too gimmicky and decided to wear No. 22.
For those hoping to see Commodore 64 on the ice this season, it looks like your 80s flashback won’t happen.
Mike Commodore got an unexpected call just a few hours after clearing waivers on the first day of the NHL’s free agency period.