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herbie, honey

Needler, Needlee: As NHL training camps move today from the medical room to the ice, a throwback to 1935, when Detroit ‘s trainer Honey Walker, right, inoculated left winger Herbie Lewis against — well, who knows. 233 more words


Blackhawks Release 52-Man Training Camp Roster

(CBS) The Blackhawks announced Thursday morning that they will take 52 players to training camp, which opens Friday morning at Notre Dame. It’s comprised of 27 forward, 19 defensemen and six goalies. 133 more words


Detroit Red Wings Release 2014 Training Camp Roster

DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings today revealed their roster for their 2014-15 training camp, which will be held this week at Centre ICE Arena in Traverse City, Mich. 391 more words


"My Last Fight" by Darren McCarty

pro·tect /prəˈtekt/ verb – keep safe from harm or injury.

Darren McCarty is a Detroit Red Wings legend. Part of the famous Grind Lines and an infamous enforcer in the 90’s and early 2000’s NHL, McCarty played in the National Hockey League for parts of 15 seasons. 863 more words


Red Wings Agree To 2-Year Deal With DeKeyser

DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Red Wings agreed to terms with defenseman Danny DeKeyser on Tuesday on a two-year deal, with an average cap hit just under $2.2 million. 91 more words


Dekeyser done deal, Alfredsson no show, Jurco wants to stay up

There’s been a couple of mixed results on the news front for the Detroit Red Wings this week. Training came  opens in a few days and the pre-season match beings Monday 22nd September agains the Pittsburgh Penguins. 383 more words


Detroit Downtown Development Authority Approves Bond Finance Plan for Downtown Events Center

Vote represents significant step towards developing a transformative sports and entertainment district Downtown

Detroit, Mich. — The Detroit Downtown Development Authority (DDA) has approved the financial plan for building the new event center Downtown in partnership with the Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) and Olympia Development of Michigan (ODM). 354 more words

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