Boston Bruins defenseman is an NHL draft rarity: he’s only the third player selected with the final pick in a class since 2000 to ever see a single shift in the NHL. 2,983 more words
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The Detroit Red Wings reeled in what they really needed: A productive right-shooting defenseman.
On opening day of free agency, they signed Mike Green to three years and $18 million. 268 more words
Defenseman Victor Hedman need some time to develop into a player worthy of the expectations thrust upon him when he was taken with the second overall pick of the 2009 NHL Entry, but he’s certainly… 332 more words
Are the Detroit Red Wings a team moving up courtesy of a young core led by Tomas Tatar, Gustav Nyquist, Riley Sheahan, Danny DeKeyser, and Petr Mrazek? 414 more words
As if playing without Nicklas Kronwall wasn’t going to be enough of a challenge, it appears the Detroit Red Wings will also be without Marek Zidlicky for Game 7 of their series with the Lightning tonight in Tampa Bay. 115 more words
Jonathan Ericsson still cherishes his first Stanley Cup experience.
With just 27 games of NHL experience under his belt, Ericsson played all four rounds on defence for the Detroit Red Wings in the 2009 playoffs as they rolled all the way to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup final before falling to the Pittsburgh Penguins. 587 more words