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Detroit Red Wings have loaned Filip Larsson to Almtuna

While the Detroit Red Wings haven’t played a single game since Mar. 10 and probably won’t return to the ice before December, a handful of their top young skaters are planning to travel to Europe for the 2020-21 season and the team’s top goaltending prospect is now expected to join that group of players. Per…

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WGD #71: Three things to watch for against Carolina

Despite already being eliminated from playoff contention, the Red Wings are currently playing some of their best hockey right now. Following a 5-4 shootout victory over Tampa Bay, Detroit has now won back-to-back games for the first time since Jan. 10. This was also just the third time this year that the Wings have scored…

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WGD #66: Three things to watch for against Minnesota

Following a 4-1 loss against New Jersey back on Tuesday, Detroit has now lost three straight games and they’ve allowed exactly four goals in each of those losses. Although, after Mike Green and Andreas Athanasiou were traded to Edmonton before Monday’s trade deadline, Detroit’s dressing room was expected to take a major hit regarding their…

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WGD #62: Three things to watch for against Montreal

Following a 5-1 defeat against Pittsburgh on Sunday afternoon, Detroit has now allowed a combined 13 goals and tallied just three of their own over the past three games. Although, the Red Wings will have an opportunity to end their current four-game losing streak later tonight against the 27-26-8 Canadiens. So far this season, Detroit…

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WGD #60: Three things to watch for against Boston

Following a miserable 4-1 loss against New Jersey, Detroit will look to forget about their third-period collapse this afternoon against Boston. Dating back to last season, the Red Wings currently own a five-game winning streak over the Bruins. In order to continue that streak, Detroit will actually need to hold onto their lead throughout the…

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WGD #59: Three things to watch for against New Jersey

Following a 3-2 loss against the Sabers on Tuesday, the Red Wings are set to continue their four-game road trip later tonight against the Devils. If it feels like forever since Detroit faced off against New Jersey, you’re not alone. It’s been exactly 82 days since the Red Wings lost 5-1 on the road at…

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WGD #56: Three things to watch for against Columbus

For the first time since Jan. 10, Detroit isn’t entering tonight’s game on a losing streak. Following their 4-3 shootout victory over the Sabers, the Red Wings have officially concluded their nine-game winless streak. Now, their squad is looking to win both games of a back-to-back series for the first time since they opened this…

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WGD #52: Three things to watch for against the Rangers

Following their bye week, the Red Wings will look to start fresh against the disappointing 23-21-4 Rangers in the first game of their home-and-home series. For Detroit, their squad will be attempting to end their current six-game losing streak. During that span, the Red Wings have allowed at least four goals or more in five…

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WGD #51: Three things to watch for against Minnesota

Following a 6-3 loss against the Avalanche, the Red Wings will look to close out the unofficial first half of the season against the 22-21-6 Wild. For Detroit, their team will be seeking to head into the All-Star break on a high note, as they’ve lost each of their last five games and have allowed…

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WGD #48: Three things to watch for against Pittsburgh

Following a miserable 8-2 defeat at the hands of the Islanders, the Red Wings have officially established a new low point this season. After allowing eight goals against a team that is averaging just 2.87 goals/game this season, Detroit will be looking to bounce back during tonight’s game against Pittsburgh. To make matters worse for…

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WGD #44: Three things to watch for against Montreal

After a miserable two-game road trip, the Red Wings are set to begin a three-game home-stand starting tonight against the Canadiens. During their recent trip, Detroit allowed a total of eight goals and tallied just three of their own. Following their strong opening period in Chicago where they controlled a two-goal lead, Detroit faltered during…

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WGD #42: Three things to watch for against Dallas

Following a miserable 10-28-3 start to the season, Detroit will happily turn the calendar to 2020. Tonight’s contest marks the Red Wings’ first game of the New Year and it’s also the beginning of their two-game road trip. Prior to the conclusion of 2019, the Red Wings were able to record their first shutout of…