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First Round Targets: RASMUS KUPARI

One of the European prospects that have seen his stock fall in the past few months, Rasmus Kupari, was once seen as one of this draft’s top centers to be taken in the first-round. But recently, his play has been fading from the minds of some scouts for no real reason. He had a strong…

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First Round Targets: JOE VELENO

Being one of the few players that have gotten the CHL’s Exceptional Status, Joe Veleno looks to be not on the same level as his exceptional peers but is still projected to be a very good NHL centerman. Certainly not in the same realm as fellow exceptional centermen McDavid or Tavares, but Veleno can provide…

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First Round Targets: ALEXANDER ALEXEYEV

In his second season in North America, Alexander Alexeyev has proven to be a solid two-way defenseman. The St. Petersburg, Russia native had a productive season while playing, but did face plenty of adversity, missing time due to injury and to travel back to Russia because his mother passed away. He came in at 6’3.75″ and…

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Why the Wings Should Not Re-sign Mike Green

As reports of a meeting between Ken Holland and Mike Green started to circle around, thanks to Craig Custance of the Athletic, rumors started to swirl that the Red Wings are looking on re-signing the 32-year-old defenseman.

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First Round Targets: AKIL THOMAS

Considered good at a lot of things but master of none, Akil Thomas comes up in the first round in many NHL Entry Draft projections. Born in Brandon, Florida, Thomas really grew hockey-wise when his family moved to Toronto and he was able to develop playing in one of the best developmental leagues in the world….

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An Early Look At The 2018-19 Red Wings

Off-seasons during rebuilds are more season-defining than summers while you’re contending. This summer is crucial to our future. I am going to take a look at who could be a part of our team come October. This is obviously subjective to who we draft and any signings or trades Ken Holland & company make. A…

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Wings Nation 2017-18 Player Review: Danny DeKeyser

One of the more polarizing players among Red Wings fans, 28-year-old Danny DeKeyser has just finished his sixth season as a member of the Red Wings organization. How exactly did he perform under the pressure of being the fan-touted “shutdown” defenseman that Detroit desperately needed this season? Let me tell you, it’s not exactly pretty.

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Wings Nation 2017-18 Player Review: Anthony Mantha

This season was all about the future of the Red Wings – looking at players close to the end of their careers, or just the beginning. Anthony Mantha began this season at the 70 NHL games played and 39 points mark. Not only did his numbers grow throughout the season, but Mantha’s game did as…

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Tonight Can Change Everything

The Draft Lottery is known to change the outlook of the modern NHL. If the lottery balls go the way of the Red Wings, this team is looking like a team with a much shorter rebuild.