Category Archives: NHL

Stories on the National Hockey League

Red Wings Look to End Blackhawks Streak

The Detroit Red Wings are going to try to end a historic streak as the Chicago Blackhawks enter Joe Louis Arena tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. The Red Wings are coming of a hard-fought victory against the San Jose Sharks, 2-1 … Continue reading

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Struggles start with special teams

Gee it sounds like we already wrote this story earlier in the year with the Lions, but issues on special teams have hampered any success the Red Wings have been able to put together this season.  Last night was no … Continue reading

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Not the best start to the season

So it appears our worst fears were realized in game one for the Red Wings last night.  The defense seemed to be nearly nonexistent and Jimmy Howard was hung out to dry most of the night but still didn’t make … Continue reading

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Red Wings season preview

Earlier this month I wrote about hockey coming back when the lockout ended and if the Wings would actually be any good.  Today I was going to write about the Wings looking at the team a bit deeper, but before … Continue reading

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New Red Wings Schedule

We know the Detroit Red Wings will be playing 48 games of hockey this season. What we don’t know quite yet is where or who they will be playing for every game. Reports are that the NHL will released its … Continue reading

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Biggest question now the lockout is over

Hey, hey hockey’s back!  It’s finally over the 2012-13 NHL season is officially on track to begin, eventually.  A tentative deal was worked out between the NHL and the NHLPA early this morning which will bring hockey the NHL back … Continue reading

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Take your time NHL, I’ve moved on

The NHL lockout continues with little signs of progress and the first two weeks of the season already canceled.  But fear not hockey fans, there is a better option to get your hockey fix (and no I’m not talking about … Continue reading

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Can the NHL survive another lockout?

Currently the NHL and the NHLPA (Players Association) are deadlocked when it come to negotiations for the new CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement.)  The current CBA is scheduled to expire on September 15 and it looks like another work stoppage is … Continue reading

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DSB How Hot Seat?

July was a busy month for all four of the major sports teams in Detroit. The managements made their moves, some good moves and some missed chances. Based on a scale, 1-10 with 1 being the coldest and 10 being the hottest. Here … Continue reading

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Bowman and Smith coaching for Red Wings Alumni Game

It only seems fitting that Scotty Bowman and Barry Smith are coming back to coach the Winter Classic alumni game. They won three Stanley Cups together as head coach and assistant coach back in 1997, 1998, and 2002. There is … Continue reading

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