RED WINGS RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Detroit Red Wings have recalled center Stephen Weiss from his conditioning loan with Grand Rapids of the AHL.
The 31-year-old Weiss was limited to 26 games for the Red Wings in 2013-14 and did not play after Dec. 10 because of hernia surgery. The Toronto native had two goals and two assists in his first season with Detroit after signing a five-year, $24.5 million contract...
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From the blown call department. Here's the video of Detroit Red Wings forward Drew Miller's disallowed Goal. If you look closely you will see that Washington Capitals goalie Braden Holtby trips all by himself. Red Wings forward Luke Glendening was given a two-minute penalty for goalie interference.
Yeah, I know — you already knew that.
The things he continues to do, though…they should never go unmentioned:
That’ll do it.
It's over…RED WINGS WIN, 4-2!!
— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) October 30, 2014
Hockey players are known for their toughness and Jason Chimera is no exception. About five minutes into the first period, Jason Chimera collided with Brendan Smith by the Red Wings bench. By the looks of it, Chimera’s nose hit the side of Smith’s helmet as they collided. Chimera immediately came of the ice to be tended by trainers for a broken nose. Chimera was back on the ice...
Wednesday night’s Capitals-Red Wings game in Washington provided one of the worst blown calls that we’ve seen so far this NHL season. Detroit was absolutely jobbed of a goal in the first period when Caps goalie Braden Holtby played a puck behind his net, then tripped (on his own accord) while attempting to get back
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Mike Babcock and NBC’s Pierre McGuire often have a contentious relationship with their in-game banter. Whenever McGuire talks to Babcock, his disdain for the process can’t be hidden. However, after a terrible call on his team when Braden Holtby slipped and fell untouched in the first period… enemies united together to become friends.
This is not an exaggeration. The Detroit Red Wings had a goal waived off because of the worst goalie interference call in the history of the NHL. Luke Glendening skated by Braden Holtby when Holtby went to play the puck, as Holtby skated back to the net, he fell and the Red Wings put the […]
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Washington Capitals forward Jason Chimera suffered a nasty broken nose during Wednesday’s game against the Red Wings after attempting to lay a hit on Detroit’s Brendan Smith in the first period. As you can see in the GIF above (courtesy of @myregularface) Chimera’s face smashed off of Smith’s helmet, rearranging his nose in gruesome fashion. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Detroit Red Wings forward Luke Glendening was whistled for — and this is not an exaggeration — one of the worst penalty calls you will ever see.
Capitals goalie Braden Holtby tripped on his own skates coming out from behind the net, allowing Drew Miller to fire the puck home. Except the refs waved it off and pinned Holtby’s trip on Glendening.
… Glendening didn’t...
The Detroit Red Wings have completed roughly 10% of their 2014-15 season and there’s still no telling if Daniel Alfredsson will be joining them. The club is still optimistic, but Alfredsson’s return weighs heavily on the health of his back. The 41-year-old is reportedly improving, but apparently he’s not there quite yet.
As seen in The Detroit News, the Red Wings are holding...
Holy brilliant Batman-inspired sweaters, Batman! As part of a “Heroes Night” event the Toledo Walleyes (a Detroit Red Wings affiliate) are holding Nov. 22, both the home team and the visiting Evansville IceMen (an Ottawa Senators affiliate) will don some pretty fantastic jerseys paying tribute to the 75th anniversary of Batman’s first appearance in a...Read More
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Former Detroit Red Wings prospect Johan Ryno is currently captaining Leksands IF in the Swedish Hockey League (SHL) and he recently crafted an all-time blooper reel moment that he’d love to forget. Ryno had a late-game, empty-net breakaway against Brynäs IF to seal the victory for Leksands but – somehow, some way – he managed
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DETROIT — Hockey great Gordie Howe has lost some function on the right side of his body after having a stroke Sunday in Texas.
Howe’s daughter Cathy says the 86-year-old Detroit Red Wings legend has lost much use of his right arm and right leg. Howe suffered the stroke in Lubbock, Texas, where his daughter lives.
Howe’s daughter said Tuesday night his speech is slurred, but...
The ECHL's Toledo Walleye will be celebrating the 75th anniversary of Batman's first appearance in DC Comics as part of their promotional "Heroes Night" on November 22nd. In honor of the occasion, the Walleye will be wearing special-edition Batman jerseys, with the visiting Evansville IceMen joining the fun by wearing Riddler jerseys.Based on the photo, we would...
The Detroit Red Wings (4-2-2) had a roller-coaster of a week going (1-1-1).
At the forefront has to be the quick-strike 4-3 comeback victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins. But, in the back of everyone’s mind, it’s impossible to forget the two devastating collapses against the Montreal Canadians and Philadelphia Flyers.
Getting things started in my Wings’ weekly is the good and...
The Detroit Red Wings ongoing roster dilemma got put on hold this past week when Johan Franzen was placed on the injured reserve to make room for Pavel Datsyuk’s return.
The severeness of Franzen’s leg injury is unknown, but it’s bad enough that the Mule didn’t travel with the team to Philadelphia for Saturday’s game. What seemed like a rather harmless collision with the...
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The Detroit Red Wings have two often criticized defenseman, Jakub Kindl and Kyle Quincey, and it may surprise some fans then that both players lead the team in “Corsi for %” in all five-on-five situations*.
Now many fans may not have bought into the new “analytics movement” that is happening in hockey. Truth be told I have not either. One thing I do like to use the advanced...