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Wings Nation 2017-18 Player Review: Mike Green

The only offensive defenseman the Detroit Red Wings had last season was Mike Green, but despite having an incredibly hot start to the season, things really trailed off for him. This player review is going to be looking into Mike Green’s season start to finish, offensively to defensively, and everything in between.   PET CHART…

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Red Wings Not Signing Jordan Sambrook

During Wednesday afternoon, news from Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press announced that Detroit will not being offering 2016 fifth round pick Jordan Sambrook an NHL contract. More often than not, the decision of not re-signing a former fifth round pick wouldn’t be news worthy. However, Sambrook made a bit of a name for himself…

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Wings Nation 2017-18 Player Review: Darren Helm

Darren Helm had a sneaky good season, in fact, one of the best in his NHL career. The nine-year veteran served as a useful utility player in Detroit’s bottom-6, as well as on the penalty kill. It was easy to miss out on his silent contributions because he is often linked to his contract. Like…

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Winged Wheel Podcast – Hughes Pick is it Anyway?

Somehow, some way, Vegas keeps doing it. The hosts of the Winged Wheel Podcast dive into what it would mean for each team to reach the Stanley Cup Final, some contentious topics regarding Red Wings draft prospects, and the usual league-wide banter that makes this the best show on Earth. Tune in and enjoy!  …

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Wings Nation 2017-18 Player Review: Luke Glendening

It’s no secret that the Detroit Red Wings organization rewards grit, determination, and hard work. Luke Glendening is the epitome of those three things. The undrafted U of M grad has carved himself a nice little spot on the Red Wings’ fourth line. Trusted for his strong defensive game, Glendening gets the majority of his…

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