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Lightning now Wings' fiercest rival

Like that hotdog commercial, the Detroit Red Wings will always be rivals with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens because it’s tradition.

But there’s a new tradition in Hockeytown when it comes to rivals. 639 more words

Hockey

Jonathan Ericsson Dropped With One Punch By Wayne Simmonds [VIDEO]

AARON BRACY, Associated Press

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Detroit Red Wings ended a couple lengthy skids Tuesday night.

One was nearly 20 years old. That’s not the one that mattered to coach Jeff Blashill, though. 617 more words

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Ericsson going steady for Red Wings

Jonathan Ericsson won’t have to think long about his Halloween costume. The 20-stitch scar that snakes down his forehead between Ericsson’s eyes, coupled with his 6-4, 220-pound frame, makes Frankenstein a natural choice. 715 more words

Hockey

Detroit Red Wings visit their future home

Detroit – Like many of his teammates, Detroit Red Wings defenseman Jonathan Ericsson entered this season with renewed motivation.

The end of last season was rather sour, … 578 more words

Red Wings

Here's a switch - Wings are fighting

Now there’s something you don’t see every day – sticks down, gloves off at a Detroit Red Wings game.

So far this season, though, you’ve seen it almost every day. 715 more words

Detroit Red Wings

Projecting The Detroit Red Wings 2016-17 Season Opening Lineup

The forever historic franchise and hockey identity of the Detroit Red Wings comes into the 2016-17 NHL Season with somewhat of a bittersweet aura. Their cornerstone piece and revolutionary 1998 draft pick steal Pavel Datsyuk, has departed for his motherland Russia and although the team made some transactions in an attempt to replace the ‘Magic Man’, this upcoming season will prove whether or not they accomplish that goal. 956 more words

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Blackhawks' Quenneville receives trade-deadline boost as team attempts to make another Cup run

Like a kid the day after Christmas, Riverside’s Joel Quenneville is ready to play with his new toys.

The coach of the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks, the man with more Stanley Cup titles (three) than any active NHL coach, Quenneville already iced one of the NHL’s best teams. 623 more words

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