WingsNation Postgame: DeKomeback

Embed from Getty Images Given the nagging habit that this fine network has of teams becoming bad as soon as we begin to cover them, I don’t think we could have had a more fitting game to kick things off with. What started off as a head scratch culminated in one of the most entertaining…

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5 things: Whither Dylan Larkin

Photo Credit: Rick Osentoski/USA TODAY Sports 1. What a start Dylan Larkin came into the NHL playing some very, very impressive hockey. He was highly regarded coming out of the University of Michigan and had gotten an invite to the World Championships from USA Hockey (where he put up one assist in 10 games), but…

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Larkin to Make Appearance at NTDP Game Friday

Embed from Getty Images Just announced today, the USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program (USNTDP) will welcome former forward and Waterford, Michigan native, Dylan Larkin, to the USA Hockey Arena (former Compuware Arena – Plymouth) tomorrow (Friday, January 15th), when the U.S. National U17 Team hosts in-state rival Muskegon.

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WGD: Game 44 For Them, Game 1 For Us

Welcome to WingsNation! You probably saw Wanye’s introductory post yesterday, but now that we’ve finished shaking hands, kissing babies, and arguing with fans of lower-class teams, it’s time to get down to business and talk some hockey! Tonight, the Red Wings head into scenic Glendale to take on the Coyotes. This is one of the…

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When we first launched back in 2007 we intended on watching the Oilers return to the Cup Finals for the 2nd time in 3 years and become a perennial powerhouse of hockey. A model of consistency. A team studied by Coaches for a generation to come for “how to build a winning franchise.”  So when it became…

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Home ice advantage has been a mirage for the Edmonton Oilers so far this season. The Oilers are 3-8-0 at home this year. They’ve been outscored 38-23. They’ve allowed 3+ goals in 9 of the 11 home games and they’ve scored once or been shutout seven times. There is no other way to say it,…

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