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Wings sign (G) Adam Berkhoel, (D) Brad Ference

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NAME TEAM BIRTH DATE PLACE OF BIRTH

BERKHOEL, ADAM (G) DET May 16, 1981 St. Paul, MN, USA

CHELIOS, CHRIS (D) DET Jan 25, 1962 Chicago, IL, USA

CLEARY, DANIEL ® DET Dec 18, 1978 Carbonear, NF, CAN

DATSYUK, PAVEL © DET Jul 20, 1978 Sverdlovsk, RUS

DRAPER, KRIS © DET May 24, 1971 Toronto, ON, CAN

ELLIS, MATT (L) DET Aug 31, 1981 Welland, ON, CAN

ERICSSON, JONATHAN (D) DET Mar 2, 1984 Karlskrona, SWE

FERENCE, BRAD (D) DET Apr 2, 1979 Calgary, AB, CAN

FILPPULA, VALTTERI © DET Mar 20, 1984 1Avantaa, FIN

FRANZEN, JOHAN © DET Dec 23, 1979 Vetlanda, SWE

HOLMSTROM, TOMAS (L) DET Jan 23, 1973 Pieta, SWE

HOWARD, JAMES (G) DET Mar 26, 1984 Syracuse, NY, USA

HUDLER, JIRI © DET Jan 4, 1984 Olomouc, CZE

JOHNSON, GREG © DET Mar 16, 1971 Thunder Bay, ON, CAN

KOPECKY, TOMAS ® DET Feb 5, 1982 Ilava, SVK

KRONVALL, NIKLAS (D) DET Jan 12, 1981 Stockholm, SWE

LEBDA, BRETT (D) DET Jan 15, 1982 Buffalo Grove, IL, USA

LIDSTROM, NICKLAS (D) DET Apr 28, 1970 Vasteras, SWE

LILJA, ANDREAS (D) DET Jul 13, 1975 Helsingborg, SWE

MALTBY, KIRK (L) DET Dec 22, 1972 Guelph, ON, CAN

MEECH, DEREK (D) DET Apr 21, 1984 Winnipeg, MB, CAN

OSGOOD, CHRIS (G) DET Nov 26, 1972 Peace River, AB, CAN

QUINCEY, KYLE (D) DET Aug 12, 1985 Kitchener, ON, CAN

RAFALSKI, BRIAN (D) DET Sep 28, 1973 Dearborn, MI, USA

SAMUELSSON, MIKAEL ® DET Dec 23, 1976 Mariefred, SWE

ZETTERBERG, HENRIK (L) DET Oct 9, 1980 Njurunda, SWE

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Guest Crymson

Brad Ference is a minor-leaguer. His brother Andrew is the NHL defenseman.

Edited by Crymson

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Brad Ference is a Wing? Woah!

Now, if this guy could improve his skating, he'd be great here! He's a good physical defenseman, and fights a lot too. He needs to get a lot better if he's going to make the team though. As a former pretty high first round pick back in 1997, he has the ability to do so.

I hope the Wings give this guy a chance. We'll see.

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Ference has played over 250 NHL games. That's pretty decent.

I hope this is true! I'd love to see Babcock fit him in there as a replacement for Markov. He'd be a great fit back on the blueline as a #6 guy.

Edited by Kp-Wings

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Guest Agalloch

I hope they were both signed for cheap. They sound useless, and we need all the space we can get for some forwards.

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Weird , They havent shown up on TSN's FA Tracker.

Brad Ference , Yes Please!

That is because neither Brad Ference or Berkhoel are listed as Free Agents.

(EDIT: Forget about that quote originally in here - need to double check before I post next time >_<)

As for the differences between nhl.com and tsn.ca: Smile and wave, boys... (Let's see what happens)

Edited by German Red Wing

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:rolleyes:

Brad Ference is a minor-leaguer. His brother Andrew is the NHL defenseman.

...you may be right about Andrew, but this IS the Brad Ference that we think it is...

ANDREW Ference played in 250 games. We got his brother, Brad.

http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/teams/players/bio/?i...amp;hubname=nhl

This is the guy everyone is thinking it is. 250 games played...

27-Jul-06: Signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Calgary Flames.

25-Nov-05: New Jersey Devils traded Pascal Rheaume, Ray Schultz and Steven Spencer to the Phoenix Coyotes for Brad Ference.

08-Mar-03: Florida Panthers traded Brad Ference to the Phoenix Coyotes for Darcy Hordichuk and a 2nd round selection (later traded to Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay selected Matt Smaby) in 2003.

17-Jan-99: Vancouver Canucks traded Pavel Bure, Bret Hedican and Brad Ference and a 3rd round selection (Robert Fried) in 2000 to the Florida Panthers for Dave Gagner, Ed Jovanovski, Mike Brown, Kevin Weekes and a 1st round selection (Nathan Smith) in 2000.

21-Jun-97: Drafted by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1st round (10th overall) in 1997.

...doesn't sound too bad if indeed we do have him...

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