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Training camp alumni game roster announced

19 August 2013 - 01:31 PM

Holland in net? The return of YFMB? Ladies and gentlemen, your alumni roster for training camp is as follows;


TEAM 1 (Coach Bruce Haralson)

Goalies:
Ken Holland
Chris Osgood

Skaters:
Hakan Andersson
Mike Babcock
Todd Beam
Kevin Clark
Ken Daniels
Andrew Dickson
Dallas Drake
Jeff Finley
Mark Howe
Sam Lites
Keith McKittrick
Glenn Merkosky
Marty Stein
Piet Van Zant
Tyler Wright
TEAM 2 (Coach Tom Renney)

Goalies:
Jim Bedard
Jeff Blashill

Skaters:
Eddie Ascione
Spiros Anastas
Russ Baumann
Chris Chelios
Kris Draper
Jiri Fischer
Kelly Harper
Ken Kal
Kirk Maltby
Ryan Martin
Jim Paek
Bill Peters
Len Quesnelle
Mickey Redmond
Ari Vuori

The game is featuring alumni and celebrities to raise money. It will take place on sept. 14th at 7pm.

Wings buy out Colaiacovo, will keep Bertuzzi

02 July 2013 - 07:14 PM

#RedWings will buy out D Carlo Colaiacovo. F Todd Bertuzzi will not be bought out. -- Helene St. James (@HeleneStJames)

Tatar frustrated; says he will only play in NHL when contract done

18 April 2013 - 11:18 AM

http://sport.sme.sk/...z-nepojdem.html

 

Tatar is speaking about his frustrations in his latest interview

 

Google translate:

 


 

 


"In February and March I was in the first team in Detroit played eighteen matches. I am convinced that I have it, so I got on a regular basis in the NHL. Well I had to go back to Grand Rapids. It's disappointing, "admitted Tatar.

 

 

"I grabbed the chance, I did well. I had the great pleasure of hockey, "said the native of Dubnice five weeks in the NHL. In the eighteen matches scoring four goals and three assists. Detroit maintained a progressive place to play off.

 

"I am convinced that weighed up my two-way contract," explained why in March ended in the NHL.

 

"To not have to move to Grand Rapids player with one-way contract, which would then have to pay the full amount at the farm, showed me. It's business. "

 

 

"I want to play for Detroit, which has overall pick, but if they will not want me, then for any other club," added advised of this season.

"I'm not going to farm it. And when in my contract expires in 2014, for a further period will sign only a one-way contract. "

 


Jim Nill's future

17 April 2013 - 08:26 PM

ESPN Insider has a new article up

 

http://insider.espn....ecome-gm-summer

 

 

Top 10 GM candidates for this offseason

 

 

1. Jim Nill, Red Wings
In February, colleague Pierre LeBrun reported that Nill's contract includes a six-week out window in which he can leave the Red Wings starting this offseason. The bit of flexibility in his personal services contract with the Ilitch family is something rebuilding teams should take advantage of in the summer. There's not an NHL executive more prepared and ready to run his own team than Nill. He has encyclopedia-like knowledge of every young player already in the NHL or on the way in the next few seasons and the Red Wings' ability to stay competitive without the assistance of first-round picks near the top of the draft is a credit to his ability to identify and develop talent.

 

"He's got tremendous gut instincts based upon his playing day career and 20ish years of player assessment," wrote Red Wings GM Ken Holland in an email. And there's not a more quality individual in the league than Nill. "He treats people and the game with respect," Holland said. Detroit's CBA expert and salary-cap manager Ryan Martin is another strong mind who deserves consideration, especially with his background on the other side of the table when he worked as an agent with Kurt Overhardt.

 

If someone has insider, can you tell us if that's the most they have about Nill? If you don't mind, you can share the other 9 also!

 

What do you guys think? Would Nill leave the organization, or would he wait it out for the GM position in Detroit?


4/17 GDT: Red Wings 2 @ Flames 3

17 April 2013 - 01:12 PM

Well boys, another night to look forward to. We play tonight, and most importantly, so does Columbus. 

 

Columbus vs. Ahaheim 10:00est

Buffalo vs. Boston 7:30est -- NBCSportsNetwork Rivalry Wednesday

Montreal vs. Pittsburgh 7:00est

 

If Anaheim comes through tonight, we gain a 2 point lead over Columbus, while maintaining a game at hand. We would place Dallas 4 points behind us, with them having a game at hand.

 

Dallas plays Vancouver tomorrow, and then St.Louis on Friday.

St.Louis plays Phoenix tomorrow, and then Dallas on Friday.

Columbus plays tonight and tomorrow against the Kings.