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WGD: Game 20: Red Wings vs. Devils

Well folks, we’ve got a Saturday morning matinee on our hands today! After a travel day from snowy Ottawa to snowy Newark, the Wings are wrapping up the first quarter of their season this afternoon against the New Jersey Devils. The first twenty games are a good sample size to determine what an NHL team…

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WINGS POST-GAME: Penalty Shanks

The Red Wings were in Canada’s capital Thursday night to take on their division foes, the Ottawa Senators. Detroit was on a four game winning streak heading into this match-up. However, the drive for five came up short with the Wings falling 2-1 to the Senators. The story of the game was two penalty shots…

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WINGS POST-GAME: Coyote Hunting

As the Arizona Coyotes rolled into town tonight, the Red Wings looked to extend their win streak to four games and record to 10-2-0 in their last 12 games. They came out strong and built an early lead, carrying it through the rest of a game to a 6-1 win.

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Why the Red Wings should trade for Daniel Sprong

It’s not even Thanksgiving yet, with the trade deadline months away, and we are already talking about trades. It takes rare circumstances for a trade to make sense mid-season. In this case, the Red Wings have a golden opportunity to improve their hockey team. There just so happens to be a young, skilled European winger…

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Winged Wheel Podcast – Greek Lightning Strikes Again

Greek Lightning is back and the Detroit Red Wings are the largest potato holding conglomerate in the NHL. Tune in as the hosts (and a guest appearance from Mika) talk everything from Larkin to Nylander, and tease some fun future interviews…     Patreon WWP Apparel iTunes Soundcloud RSS Feed Stitcher YouTube Facebook Follow us…

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WINGS POST-GAME: Comeback kids

They’ve done it again! The Red Wings came into this contest winning back-to-back games from two goal deficits. Facing off against the Carolina Hurricanes, who defeated the Wings 3-1 two weeks ago, have been one of the NHL’s surprise teams this season. Trailing 3-1 in the third, a pair of Anthony Mantha goals gave the…

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