Tonight’s will be a battle of falling teams as the Red Wings are 2-6-2 in their last ten and the Ducks are on an eleven game losing streak. Below are the lineups, starting goalies, and how to watch.
With Mike Green back in the lineup, the Wings hit the road to play the Winnipeg Jets. They played a solid game, but just couldn’t come out with the win. They ended up losing the game by a score of 4-2.
The Detroit Red Wings went 1-3-1 on their five game home stand, not giving the fans much to cheer for. Yesterday, they landed in Winnipeg with a key part of their roster ready to play. With Mike Green in the lineup, the Red Wings are 13-8-2. Without him, they are 3-13-5. Needless to say it’s…
Well, if the dream ever existed, it’s now dead. The final players have now been added to the All-Star Game rosters and the Atlantic Division will be playing without Dylan Larkin.
When the puck drops in Winnipeg on Friday night for the Red Wings tilt against the Jets, a key piece of their defense will be back on the blue line.
With the turn of the calendar year comes the second half of the NHL season and with the second half of the NHL season comes the race for a playoff spot. Teams who are in position to do so, will soon start to tweak their lineup for a playoff run. Which means…
The Wings were looking to take advantage of a tired Canadiens team tonight and put themselves back in the ‘W’ column, but the Habs had other plans. They strolled into Little Caesars Arena and stole the game by a score of 3-2.
The Red Wings got some good news this morning: the team is expected to have Mike Green back in the lineup for Saturday’s game against the Minnesota Wild.
After another disappointing loss at the hands of the Washington Capitals on Sunday, the Red Wings are back at it tonight at Little Caesars Arena against the Montreal Canadiens.
After sliding back into the ‘W’ column like (D)bosses against the Nashville Predators, the Wings are hosting the Washington Capitals today in the fifth game of their six game homestand. The record has not been good, going 1-3-0 since hosting the Panthers on New Years Eve, but with some key players back in the lineup,…
The Detroit Red Wings are on the verge of tying their longest losing streak of the season. Having dropped their last six games, a seventh loss tonight would be an unwelcome call back to the start of their season. That shaky start didn’t sink them, but this mid-season losing streak surely will.
Friday night at Little Caesars Arena just got a little better as Anthony Mantha has confirmed that he’ll make his return to the lineup tomorrow night against the Nashville Predators.