The Detroit Red Wings are on an unbelievable streak. So is David Booth. The Vancouver Canuck winger plans to end both tonight.
Booth, who grew up a Red Wings' fan in the Detroit suburb of Shelby, has been in the National Hockey League for nearly six years. He has played 343 games, 167 of them on the road. And until now, the 27-year-old has never played in Detroit at Joe Louis Arena, where as a boy he sat in the first row behind the glass, next to the Zamboni entrance.
Canucks' David Booth going home — to play
Vancouver Sun | Feb 23