The Rest Is Red Wings History: Osgood Replaces Hasek and Wins 2008 Stanley Cup
Remember the last seconds of the Detroit Red Wings’ Cup-clinching win against the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2008? The puck waffles near an open goalmouth. Penguins forward Marian Hossa makes a push for the net. Doc Emrick’s “Save, Osgood!” narrates the final gasp of a championship effort as the final horn sounds, a moment of pure […]
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Grading the Red Wings’ Rumored Alternate Jersey Design
Any time the Detroit Red Wings are rumored to have a specialty uniform in the works, the response is more or less the same: just don’t add any black. The team’s jersey has been roughly the same since 1961, and the design they wore for nearly 30 years before that wasn’t much different, either. When […]
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Rest Is History: Red Wings Crush Avs in 2002 Cup Conference Final
A few weeks back, the Detroit Red Wings hosted a ’90s-centric theme night during a visit from the Colorado Avalanche. It was the perfect way to sprinkle some delightful nostalgia into a presumed run-of-the-mill loss at the beginning of March. For those cognizant of those years, the throwback clips on the broadcast and in-game video […]
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Red Wings’ Final Test is NHL’s Toughest Schedule
The Detroit Red Wings have had the top odds in this year’s draft lottery locked up for some time now. There’s no sense in rooting for losses. There’s no reason to root for other bottom-dwelling teams to pick up wins. The Wings are in a comically bad league of their own, and following a 7-1 […]
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Red Wings’ Svechnikov Shines as His Time Runs Out
A little over 20 games remain for both the Detroit Red Wings and Grand Rapids Griffins. As the Red Wings screech toward the finish line as one of the worst teams — if not the worst team — in the salary cap era, one of the only arguments for actually watching them at this point […]
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Red Wings & Blashill Like What They See From Lindstrom
It’s a small sample size, sure, but that won’t stop Detroit Red Wings head coach Jeff Blashill from being optimistic about the early returns on 21-year-old Swedish defenseman Gustav Lindstrom. The 38th-overall pick in 2017, Lindstrom kicked off his North American career this season with a 45-game stint with the American Hockey League’s Grand Rapids […]
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Red Wings’ Filip Larsson Honing Skills in ECHL
Last Saturday the Detroit Red Wings got a boost from the return of goaltender Jonathan Bernier. He was terrific, stopping 30 of 31 shots in his first game action since Jan. 10. And it didn’t even matter. None of it has, lately. Detroit, on Friday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets, were shut out for […]
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