Vote Nyquist for Play of the Year

Because if you don’t, Patrick Kane wins, and that means we all lose. TSN is having a showdown bracket for its play of the year and today our newest Swede, Gustav is up with his amazing play against Tampa where he survived a mugging and kept on chugging. As TSN put it: The young […]


Guest Post: A Momentum Shifting Play

Chris Note: We are trying to get things going around here.  On that note, we’re looking at a new writer who is going to cover the finer details of the sport, statistical and otherwise.  So welcome a guest post from Wings fan, Ari Zucker. By Ari Zucker The first goal Jimmy Howard gave up in […]

Datsyuk a Maybe For Tomorrow’s Game

“We’ll see tomorrow how I feel,” Datsyuk said. “It was (my) first full practice with team. I’m happy to be back with the team. I need a little more time to pick up the pace, pick up everything.”

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Wings Ink Cleary to 3 Year Extension

Breaking news out of Hockeytown today. Despite what some fans would want, Ken Holland and the rest of the Red Wings’ management has decided to sign Dan Cleary to a 3 year contract extension. As per team policy, the financial details have not been disclosed at this time, though it is expected to carry a […]

Red Wings in the Olympics

The Red Wings are sending 10 players to Sochi, which ties them with Chicago and St. Louis for the most in the NHL. Yikes, the Central was badass. Still is, I hear. Anyways, after the jump you’ll find a rundown of who got in. Read More: Sweden: Zetterberg, Alfredsson, Franzen, Ericsson, Kronwall, and Gustavsson. No […]