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WGD: GAME 8: RED WINGS vs. CAPITALS

What’s up Wings Nation! I’m in a massive time crunch, so I will not be able to dive too deep into tonight’s game, but here’s a quick look at how these two squads stack up as well as a peek at their lineups and starting goalies: Record 4-3-0 (4th in ATL) 3-3-1 (6th in MET)…

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Wings Post-Game: You Need Saves To Win

The Red Wings were in Toronto tonight, taking on a young Maple Leafs team that led the NHL in scoring coming into the game. The Rundown Detroit got off to a strong start, making the Maple Leafs look like a team that played in Washington last night, outshooting them 4-0 in the first five minutes…

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WGD: GAME 7: RED WINGS @ MAPLE LEAFS

The Red Wings had a slow-start against Tampa Bay, but settled in nicely and had a shot to win but ended up losing 3-2—thanks to a terrible turnover from everyone’s favourite defenseman Jonathan Ericsson. Turnover by Ericsson/Nielsen results in another goal from Kucherov pic.twitter.com/t1MVbnivii — Prashanth Iyer (@iyer_prashanth) October 17, 2017 The Red Wings now…

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WGD: GAME 6: RED WINGS VS. LIGHTNING

The Red Wings went into Vegas on Friday and handed the Golden Knights their first loss in franchise history and wrapped up their four-game road-trip at 3-1-0. It has been an excellent start to the season for the Red Wings, who return home to face a familiar foe tonight. However just as easily as the…

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WGD: GAME 5: FIRST EVER IN VEGAS

The Red Wings had a rough first period in Arizona last night, but were able to settle in in the second period and went on to beat the Coyotes 4-2—moving to 3-1-0 on the young season.

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WGD: GAME 4: RED WINGS @ COYOTES

After starting the season 2-0-0, the Red Wings looked a lot more like the team many expected them to be on Tuesday. The Red Wings got off to a slow start and never really got on their feet in Dallas and ended up dropping the game 4-2. Their road-trip continues with a back-to-back set tonight…

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WGD: GAME 3: EVERYTHING IS BIGGER IN TEXAS

The Red Wings opened the season with a victory in their debut at Little Caesars Arena and promptly went on the road this weekend and took care of the Ottawa Senators. Detroit’s four-game road-trip continues tonight in Dallas, where they will meet a Stars team that has started the season 0-2-0. The Red Wings played…

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WGD: GAME 1: A Wild Opening of LCA

Buckle up Red Wings fans. The puck has dropped on the 2017-18 NHL season and it’s like we are entering parallel universe compared to what we have become accustom to over the last two decades. The Red Wings are bad, the Oilers and Maple Leafs are Stanley Cup contenders and Super Nintendos are on sale.

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Report: Zetterberg to retire after the 2018-19 season

Henrik Zetterberg plans to play just two more NHL seasons according to an interview he did with a Swedish radio station a week ago. The Red Wings’ captain is signed through the 2020-21 season but it looks like he will retire with two years left on that deal. Zetterberg’s actual salary for 2017-18 is $7.0M…

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Red Wings expected to take a run at college FA Will Butcher

Will Butcher became an unrestricted free agent on Monday after not signing with the Colorado Avalanche, who drafted him in the fifth-round (123rd overall) in 2013, and will have no shortage of suitors. The 22-year-old defenseman won the Hobey Baker Award in his senior year at the University of Denver, posting seven goals and 30…

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Projecting the 2017-18 Red Wings Forward Lines

According to NHLNumbers.com the Red Wings have $2.225M in cap space and Andreas Athanasiou and Tomas Tatar remain without contracts, so I don’t think they’re going to be adding any extra contracts any time soon. With the Red Wings’ roster all but finalized in early July, we might as well take a look at what…