When the puck drops in Winnipeg on Friday night for the Red Wings tilt against the Jets, a key piece of their defense will be back on the blue line.
The towering rookie forward for the Red Wings appears to be dealing with a lower-body injury, so he will be sitting out against the Washington Capitals this afternoon.
A story-line mostly forgotten because of bigger name prospects garnering attention, Patrick Holway has not played a second of hockey this year. A 6th round pick in 2015, Holway left the University of Maine’s ice hockey program back in October due to personal reasons. Reports are now saying he has transferred to Merrimack College.
The AHL’s leading goal scorer and the Grand Rapids Griffins’ top point producer is going to the AHL All-Star Classic. On Thursday, Chris Terry was selected to play for the Central Division All-Star team, the only Griffin to be named.
Filip Larsson isn’t slowing down from his dominant season in the USHL last year. He is off to a roaring start with the Denver Pioneers after returning from injury sustained in the off-season. The Swedish net-minder only played two games in the month of December but it was good enough for him to be named…
Friday night at Little Caesars Arena just got a little better as Anthony Mantha has confirmed that he’ll make his return to the lineup tomorrow night against the Nashville Predators.
This afternoon, the NHL revealed the rosters for the 2019 All-Star Game and Jimmy Howard will be the Detroit Red Wings representative.
Red Wings forward Wade Megan has been placed on waivers today, per CapFriendly on twitter.
The Red Wings announced this morning that they will be recalling Griffins defenceman and AHL veteran Brian Lashoff.
The Detroit Red Wings are calling up Bob Kaser. The longtime Grand Rapids Griffins broadcaster will do radio play-by-play for tonight’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes, subbing in for Ken Kal, who is recovering from a lost voice. Congrats to our latest Detroit call up! Bob Kaser returns to the @DetroitRedWings’ radio booth tonight, sitting…
One right-handed defenceman out and one right-handed defenceman in – Head Coach Blashill announces that Mike Green will be out for 3-5 weeks and therefore 21-year-old defenceman Filip Hronek will take his place in the lineup.
The youngest player on the Red Wings will not be heading to his home province to represent his country in the upcoming World Junior Championship.