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Roster moves: Goloubef claimed, Lashoff recalled and Hronek to IR

Steve Yzerman is an enigma. The veteran GM is known to be notoriously tight lipped and that hasn’t changed since taking over the Detroit operation. His most polarizing move to date: Claiming Cody Goloubef off waivers from the Ottawa Senators. Friday afternoon reports came in that the club did indeed nab the 30-year-old defenseman.

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Capitals could have interest in Mike Green

The trade deadline is less than a week away. From the amount of activity we’ve seen from the Red Wings as of late, you’d have never known. It’s been a stale past few months, with little to no discussion involving the Red Wings in the national media. As one would expect for a team this…

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It’s time for the Red Wings to recall Moritz Seider

Back in September there was a legitimate discussion to be had about Moritz Seider returning to Germany. Before training camp kicked off, Seider was a bit of an unknown coming out of the DEL, the top pro league in Germany. No player had ever made the DEL to AHL jump as an 18-year-old. Whatever question…

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WINGS POSTGAME: Blown out in the Burgh

For some time now, the Red Wings have been keeping games relatively close. Through the long losing streaks 5-spots were normal for this team. Today’s matchup with the Pittsburgh Penguins had a lot of those vibes, handing Detroit a 5-1 loss. And, once again, the second period proved to be the Red Wings demise. So,…

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WINGS POSTGAME: Bid for back-to-back wins in Buffalo comes up short

The Red Wings enjoyed a 4-3 week against the Sabres last week. That was not the case today, as the Red Wings dropped tonight’s contest 3-2. It’s unfortunate too because the team put together a valiant effort. Detroit out shot Buffalo 29-25, many of which came from high-danger areas in the slot. Carter Hutton played…

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WGD #58: Three things to watch for against Buffalo

Less than a week removed from their 4-3 shootout victory, the Red Wings are back in Buffalo again. This time kicking off a four game road trip that will venture them into New Jersey, Boston, Pittsburgh, and then back home on Tuesday. But the contest at hand, Buffalo, as many know, are in a major…

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WINGS POSTGAME: Pasta for lunch

How about that for a little Sunday afternoon action?! Seemingly pulling off the impossible, the Red Wings snapped Boston’s seven game winning streak in a 3-1 decision. Not only did Detroit take down a heavy weight, but they did so with a very deserving effort. They matched up physically, turning this into a heated affair…..

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WGD #57: Three things to watch for against Boston

Who’s ready for some matinee action?! Detroit and Boston will face off at 12:30 ET this afternoon, kicking off three straight Sunday’s of Red Wings hockey. The game will also be nationally televised on NBC, showcasing the top talent on both teams. Dylan Larkin leads the Red Wings in scoring this season with 39 points,…

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WINGS POSTGAME: Way Down (the standings)

For the third time in four games, the Red Wings have been shutout. Tonight’s outing being the worst of them. Detroit was out-shot 44-16, wasting Jimmy Howard’s best performance of the season. Elvis Merzlikins of the Blue Jackets picks up his fifth shutout in eight games — becoming the first rookie goaltender to do so…

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WGD #55: Three things to watch for against Buffalo

As tough as this season has been for the Red Wings, nothing can compare to the meltdown ongoing in Buffalo right now. An ugly midseason stretch appears to have cost the Sabres a chance at the playoffs. No postseason hockey would extend the NHL’s longest active playoff drought to nine seasons. In fact, they are…

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What do the Red Wings have in Gustav Lindstrom?

Gustav Lindstrom is on his way to Detroit. The Swedish defender got the call to the big leagues Wednesday morning alongside Taro Hirose. The timing of the recall comes subsequently with Mike Green being moved to injury reserve. Lindstrom, who the Red Wings drafted 38th overall in 2017, is expected to make his NHL debut…