Still searching for their first win of the season, the Red Wings are in Tampa Bay to face the Lightning in a very heavily favored one-sided matchup.
With Head Coach Jeff Blashill shuffling around the lines in recent games, there is now going to be a newcomer entering the fray.
The Red Wings are still looking for their first win of the season and tonight might be the best chance they will have so far.
The Red Wings are in Boston this afternoon to take on the red-hot Bruins. With a record of 3-1 so far this season, the Bruins are building on a relatively successful previous season.
The first game of this season that the Wings are playing a team within the division, they’re coming in hot with some solid play against two Californian teams, but the Leafs are coming in hotter.
With the Wings coming back from their West coast trip and having a big practice day before they play the Leafs tomorrow night, the Red Wings twitter account had some fun this afternoon.
All good things eventually become a little worse, as the Red Wings announced earlier today that young gun blueliner Dennis Cholowski will be out with an undisclosed injury day-to-day.
The historic red seats of the Detroit Red Wings will now be replaced by black ones in Little Caesars Arena. Announced by Chris Granger, Group President, Sports & Entertainment, Ilitch Holdings, Inc., the LCA will now have black seats.
Yet another strong, but failing, showcase of this Wings team against a highly-competitive team in Southern California. The Red Wings lost to the Anaheim Ducks 3-2 in a shootout on Monday night.
Coming off a strong and impressive showing against the Kings last night, the Wings are now looking for more of the same tonight against the Ducks. Hopefully a better result for this team, but after last night, you can’t be anything but hopeful for the future.
The Red Wings are getting part of their California roadtrip out of the way early this year and appears to not work out that well for them. The Wings lose this one, but with some dignity.
Not a much better way to start your season than to get some of the dreaded California roadtrip out of the way. Starting today, the Wings will be playing the Ducks and Kings back-to-back.