Nicklas Lidstrom is walking a fine line, trying to play at a high level for the Detroit Red Wings as long as he can without figuring out too late he played one too many seasons.
“You just never know when it’s going to happen,” he said.
The NHL All-Star game’s first Mr. Irrelevant is Toronto’s Phil Kessel.
Nicklas Lidstrom’s first pick in the inaugural NHL All-Star fantasy draft was his only bad one — choosing the wrong side of a flipped puck with the No. 1 selection on the line.
Red Wings general manager Ken Holland is drawing up plans for next season’s team, but he doesn’t expect to get anything concrete done pending the decision of the team’s biggest building block.
All the hockey people around Nicklas Lidstrom are convinced he’ll stay, that he’ll be back next year to once again lead his Red Wings.
Three biggest reasons the Red Wings’ season is already over:
Does this look familiar? Seeing the Detroit Red Wings on top of the power rankings, we mean. Brian Rafalski and Nicklas Lidstrom lead a strong blueline corps. (US Presswire) It has been more […]