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Dangling Datsyuk Gets North American Swan Song At World Cup

STEPHEN WHYNO
AP Hockey Writer

TORONTO (AP) — Pavel Datsyuk’s North American magic show had one final act.

Months after deciding to leave the NHL and go home to Russia, the Detroit Red Wings great showed off his fanciful skillset one last time on this side of the ocean at the World Cup of Hockey. 690 more words

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Blashill Challenging Young Wings To Become "Elite, Go-To Players"

By: Will Burchfield
@burchie_kid

Pavel Datsyuk is gone. Henrik Zetterberg is on the decline. The stars are waning in Hockeytown and Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill is looking to the team’s young players to light the sky. 635 more words

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Red Wings Re-Sign Ryan Sproul

DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings today re-signed defenseman Ryan Sproul to a two-year contract.

Sproul, 23, played in 75 games for the American Hockey League’s Grand Rapids Griffins in the 2015-16 season and led all defenseman on the team in goals with 12. 179 more words

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Red Wings Release 2016 Training Camp Roster And Teams

DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings today released their training camp roster, comprised of 62 players who will hit the ice on Friday, Sept. 23 at Centre Ice Arena in Traverse City, Mich., for four days of camp before returning to Detroit to begin preseason play on Tuesday, Sept. 305 more words

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Red Wings To Transform Joe Louis Arena Stairs With "Farewell Season At The Joe" Logo

DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings today announced that the stairs leading up to the East and West Entrances of Joe Louis Arena will be transformed by adding the “Farewell Season at The Joe” logo to celebrate the Red Wings’ final season at Joe Louis Arena. 76 more words

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Petr Mrazek Makes Jaw-Dropping Glove Save In World Cup Of Hockey [VIDEO]

STEPHEN WHYNO, AP Sports Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) — Jonathan Quick’s sublime play in a Team USA jersey outweighed some recent struggles with the Los Angeles Kings as coach John Tortorella named him the starting goaltender going into the World Cup of Hockey. 706 more words

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Report: Red Wings Add Former Oilers Captain To Front Office

By: Will Burchfield
@burchie_kid

The Red Wings made an interesting off-the-ice move on Friday, reportedly hiring long-time Edmonton Oiler Shawn Horcoff to work in their player development department. 187 more words

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