Red Wings Ink Filppula To 2 Year DealIn Detroit, the Red Wings have signed center Valtteri Filppula to a two-year contract, reuniting him for a third time with Steve Yzerman.
Yzerman Starts 1st Detroit Draft With Unexpected PickBack home in Detroit, it took Steve Yzerman only a matter of minutes Friday in the NHL draft to put his imprint on the future of the Red Wings.
Datsyuk Ends Speculation Of Return To Red Wings, Signs With Avtomoblist YekaterinburgPavel Datysuk has signed for his hometown Russian club in the Kontinental Hockey League, ending speculation of a possible return to the NHL.
NHL Execs Flock Back To Familiar FranchisesYzerman, Davidson, and Modano don't have to avoid statues but do have to balance being beloved by their respective fan bases with the new pressure of succeeding in the front office.
Ken Holland Strikes Oil, Heads West To EdmontonHolland takes over the struggling team from interim GM Keith Gretzky and one of his first tasks will be finding a new coach. Veteran Ken Hitchcock will not be back next season after taking over in November for the fired Todd McLellan.
Yzerman Shuffles Front Office, Hires Pat VerbeekVerbeek joins Yzerman, the longtime Red Wings captain who was recently named GM, after working for him with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Yzerman stepped down as Lightning GM before the season.
Holland Moves Up, Yzerman Moves In As GM Of Red WingsYzerman spent his entire playing career trying with the Red Wings, and his No. 19 jersey is retired along with some of the game's greats such as Gordie Howe. He is regarded as one of the best leaders in NHL history.
Can Yzerman & Young Stars Revive Wings?The Detroit Red Wings will hold a press conference Friday, April 19th at 3pm with Christopher Illitch, Steve Yzerman and Ken Holland.
Wings Blashill To Lead US Men's Hockey Team In SlovakiaDetroit Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill will lead the U.S. at the men's world hockey championship next month in Slovakia.
Larkin, Mantha & Bertuzzi The Future For Red WingsThe Detroit Red Wings ended a third straight season without a postseason bid, counting on a core of players 24 years old and younger to end the postseason drought next year.
U.S. Hockey Center Jack Hughes Expected To Be Top PickExpected to be the top pick at June's NHL draft, the 17-year-old center with the U.S. national development team will be on hand when the lottery results are revealed in Toronto.
Detroit Ends Season With 7-1 Loss To BuffaloAnthony Mantha scored for Detroit, which finished with 74 points. Jimmy Howard stopped shots 21 shots before being pulled in favor of Kaden Fulcher in the second period. Fulcher made nine saves in his NHL debut.
Wings Fall To Playoff Bound Penguins 4-1"It's not easy," said Crosby, who finished with a goal and two assists. "You can see it comes down to Game 81. There are a lot of things that happened over the course of the year. It's difficult. It's a tight league and you have to earn it."
Pistons Drop Rematch To Pacers 108-89Blake Griffin made it through almost the whole season without a significant injury. Now, as the Detroit Pistons try to hold on to a playoff spot, their star's health is a concern again.
Detroit Downs Pittsburgh. Bertuzzi Sets Red Wing RecordThe 24-year-old Bertuzzi became the first player in franchise history with four consecutive three-point games. He has five goals and eight assists during a five-game point streak.