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Mike Babcock thanks Red Wings fans in full-page ad

Mike Babcock may be on to a new team, but he clearly hasn’t forgotten about his old one.

The former Detroit Red Wings coach who won a Stanley Cup in 2008 and made the postseason in each of his 10 seasons in Detroit took out a full-page ad in Friday’s Detroit Free Press to thank the team’s fans. 133 more words

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Overwhelmingly Positive About His Time In Detroit, Babcock Does Have A Few Regrets

By Ashley Dunkak
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DETROIT – All in all, Mike Babcock characterizes his 10 years with the Detroit Red Wings as fantastic. However, when asked Friday whether he has any regrets about his tenure, the longtime Red Wings head coach – now the head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs – came up with a few. 481 more words

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In Emotional Farewell, Babcock Says He Went Back And Forth A Hundred Times Before Choosing Toronto Over Detroit

By Ashley Dunkak
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DETROIT – As Mike Babcock gave a farewell press conference in the dressing room at Joe Louis Arena, he clutched in his hands a newspaper dated July 20, 2005, and a photo of him, Steve Yzerman and Gordie Howe. 954 more words

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Red Wings Agree To Terms With Dylan Larkin

DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings today announced that they have agreed to terms with center Dylan Larkin on a three-year entry-level contract. In accordance with club policy, additional details will not be disclosed.   316 more words

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Former Red Wings Coach Mike Babcock Says Goodbye To Detroit In Full-Page Newspaper Ad

After leading the Detroit Red Wings for the past decade, Mike Babcock is leaving town and headed to the helm of the Toronto Maple Leafs. 133 more words

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The Leafs Got Babcock... Now What?

Not to rain on the parade (Stanley Cup or otherwise) but the Maple Leafs still have a lot of work to do before we even think about Lord Stanley returning to its rightful home. 678 more words

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NHL On the Ice w/ Yates and Zlot

On today’s podcast we cover the big story of the day as the Toronto Maple Leafs hired coach Mike Babcock away from the Detroit Red Wings and signed him to a massive 8 year contract. 75 more words

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