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Vanek Injured, Out 2-3 Weeks

Thomas Vanek went to the locker room after getting the worst of a knee-on-knee collision in the first period and would not return. During his post game press conference, Jeff Blashill announced that Thomas Vanek could miss 2-3 weeks.

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GOTTA SEE IT: Vili Saarijarvi Scores His First AHL Goal

Injuries suck. There’s no doubt about that, but the ramifications of an injury in the NHL make waves all the way down the farm system. Because the Wings had four of their six veteran defensemen start the season on the injured reserve, they required the services of four prospects. That left gaps in Grand Rapids,…

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Ericsson To Make Debut, Lashoff To GR

Coming out of preseason the Red Wings were hit hard with the injury bug. Four regular blue-liners were out, which is why four rookies got some action with the big club. Progressively, they are getting healthier, with veteran defensemen Jonathan Ericsson expected to make his season debut Saturday night against the Florida Panthers. This move…

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Propect Update: Joe Veleno Is Tearing It Up In the QMJHL

Leading his team to an 8-4-0 start to their season, Joe Veleno has been outstanding so far for the Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL. In his first ten games of the season, he’s put up a team-leading 9 goals and 17 points, ranking him fourth in the league in total points and third in points-per-game.

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Wings Send Sulak To Grand Rapids

With the news that Trevor Daley is good to go for tomorrow’s game against Tampa, the Wings needed to make a roster move in order to activate Daley from the Injured Reserve. Red Wings have sent Libor Sulak to minors to be able to activate Trevor Daley. — Helene St. James (@HeleneStJames) October 17, 2018…

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Filip Zadina Scores His First Professional Goal

It was only a matter of time for Filip Zadina. Last night, the Red Wings sixth overall draft pick in 2018 netted his first pair of goals at the professional level in the Grand Rapids Griffins home opener against the Hersey Bears.

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Red Wings To Retire Red Kelly’s No. 4

Come February 1, 2019, there will be another number hanging from the rafters of Little Caesars Arena. Chris Illitch announced today that the Red Wings will be retiring number 4 this season, in honor of legendary defenseman Red Kelly.