After an inconsistent 2021–22 season, the Detroit Red Wings have many questions to answer as they head into the summer. In particular, the team has much to do to bolster its group of left-handed defensemen.
Late last week, the Detroit Red Wings were officially eliminated from playoff contention for the sixth consecutive season. As fans of the Red Wings, one of the only logical things to do at this point is to turn our attention to the team’s prospects.
After spending the majority of the last two seasons in the American Hockey League, Taro Hirose is back with the Detroit Red Wings.
With the trade deadline in the rearview mirror, the 2021–22 season is all but complete for the Detroit Red Wings.
If the last few weeks have told us anything about the Detroit Red Wings, it’s that they clearly aren’t ready to compete against the top teams in the NHL.
Jakub Vrana has finally returned to the Detroit Red Wings’ lineup — and it looks like the wait was worth it.
Although the Detroit Red Wings are still technically in the hunt to make the post-season, it looks like the Washington Capitals are out of their reach for the eighth and final playoff spot.
It’s no secret that Steve Yzerman is one of the National Hockey League’s top general managers.
Evaluating four Red Wings prospects in the SHL who could follow Raymond and Berggren to North America
Swedish players have excelled with the Detroit Red Wings for decades — here’s looking at you, Nicklas Lidstrom and Henrik Zetterberg — and it looks as though that trend will continue into the immediate future. Rookie winger Lucas Raymond is currently third on the Red Wings in scoring and is among the favorites for the…
In the midst of their encouraging 2021–22 season, it’s easy to forget that the Detroit Red Wings have been without one of their most talented offensive forwards the entire way. Jakub Vrana only recently returned to practice in a blue non-contact jersey as part of his recovery from shoulder surgery. While there remains no definitive…
It already looks like Detroit Red Wings general manager Steve Yzerman may have found another gem in Simon Edvinsson. Detroit selected Edvinsson sixth overall at the 2021 NHL Draft. The 18-year-old defenseman has everything you could look for in a prospect at his position: size, skating ability, scoring, and more. Edvinsson stands 6’4″ and weighs…
Pius Suter is a quintessential “late bloomer.”