Red Wings Rumors & News

  • Florida Panthers continue offensive onslaught against Detroit Red Wings

    Miami Herald "The Florida Panthers have never scored this many goals and it feels like they’ve never beaten so many good teams. Yes, they keep setting them up and knocking them down these days. Detroit is the latest Eastern Conference challenger to get run over by the Panthers’ as Florida jumped to a..." February 05

  • Bolts’ winning ways continue as season’s second half begins

    Tampa Tribune "The climb up the Eastern Conference ladder continued for the Lightning. And not even a week-long break in the action was enough to slow down the rise up the standings. Tampa Bay opened the post All-Star break scheduled with a 3-1 victory against Detroit in front of an announced sellout crowd..." February 04

  • Report: Majority of GMs would approve of play-in game for final playoff seeds

    The Score "First the coach's challenge, now a wild-card play-in game? Bob McKenzie reported Wednesday on NBC that 16-of-28 general managers polled would be in favor of the NHL borrowing another idea, and adopting an MLB-style single elimination play-in game to determine the final wild-card seed in each..." February 04

  • Red Wings recall defenseman Jakub Kindl from Grand Rapids

    Michigan Live "The Detroit Red Wings today recalled defenseman Jakub Kindl from the Grand Rapids Griffins. He will join the team in Florida and is available for tonight's game against the Panthers (7:30 p.m.). There is no word yet on whether Kindl will be in the lineup or whether one of the club's other..." February 04

  • Wings focus on scoring to make their move in East

    Detroit News "Looking tanned and rested, the Red Wings returned to practice Monday ready for the rest of what should be an interesting second half of the season. The Red Wings are five points behind division-leading Florida — yet only three points ahead of New Jersey and Pittsburgh, which are tied for the..." February 02

  • Red Wings place Niklas Kronwall on LTIR, hope for Feb. 14 return

    Pro Hockey Talk "The Detroit Red Wings announced some dismal injury news on Monday, although there’s at least a glimmer of hope buried in it. The undeniably bad: Niklas Kronwall‘s knee issues are at least bad enough to land him on LTIR. The hope: Head coach Jeff Blashill places Kronwall’s target for return..." February 01

  • John Scott, NHL All-Star Game set ratings record for NBCSN

    Yahoo! Sports "There was no doubt that the perfect storm of The John Scott Phenomenon and the NHL’s reinvigorated 3-on-3 All-Star Game format had provided an uptick in attention for the midseason classic. The only question was if that would actually translate into a spike in viewership as well, or if the..." February 01

  • MVP John Scott and new format win praise at NHL All-Star game

    Los Angeles Times "The least likely All-Star was voted the most valuable player of the NHL's first venture into three-on-three play at its midseason showcase, proving that the worst intentions can sometimes have an unimaginably good outcome. A ride that began when enforcer John Scott was jokingly promoted as the..." February 01

  • St. James: Wings’ PP needs juice to make playoffs again

    Detroit Free Press "The race to the NHL playoffs promises to be a barn burner. A look at the standings at the All-Star break shows the Detroit Red Wings nestled next to Tampa Bay in the Atlantic Division, each team at 58 points after 49 games, the Lightning with two more victories. The Wings are five points out of..." January 31

  • Dylan Larkin wins Fastest Skater challenge, sets record at All-Star Skills Competition

    The Score "Dylan Larkin is officially the fastest skater in the NHL. The Detroit Red Wings forward recorded a time of 12.894 seconds to win the Fastest Skater challenge at the All-Star Skills Competition on Saturday. With the victory, the 19-year-old rookie was given an opportunity to defeat Mike..." January 31

  • NHL players excited for 3-on-3 All-Star Game

    Tennessean "Few cities fully understand and embody the concept of entertainment like Nashville, which is evident by the flair that exudes from every event that it holds. That inherent flavor is why the Predators, who are hosting their first NHL All-Star Game on Sunday at Bridgestone Arena, wanted to make..." January 30

  • There are barely any good NHL teams and it sucks

    New York Post "Parity? Yes. Good hockey? No. The prevalent idea that permeates down from the NHL offices on Sixth Avenue states having so many teams so closely bunched makes for good entertainment. As the All-Star break has begun, let us clarify that idea: The more teams that have a chance to make the..." January 30

  • Self-aware NHL all-star John Scott has many in his corner

    Toronto Sun "Midway through the second period, John Scott began to grow antsy. The hulking enforcer, who had been sitting for nearly 15 minutes in a 2-2 game, stood up, shook loose his legs, and looked pleadingly in the direction of the head coach. But it was no use. It was clear Scott’s place was on the..." January 28

  • Majority of coaches remain in favour of challenge concept

    TSN "It's not that NHL coaches don't appreciate having the coach's challenge at their disposal this season for the first time ever... Well, actually, that's not entirely true as six of 27 NHL head coaches polled by TSN don't like the coach's challenge at all and would just as soon see it..." January 27

  • Red Wings' Mrazek 'as cool as they come' in net

    Detroit Free Press "Petr Mrazek wrapped up his 18th victory of the season in typical fashion. He allowed two goals or fewer for the eighth straight time, which is the kind of performance the Detroit Red Wings have grown used to seeing from the 23-year-old. "He's as cool as they come back there in net, playing..." January 27

  • Wings' mastery of road continues with win over Isles

    Detroit News "Back on the road, back in the win column. Joe Louis Arena hasn’t been all that friendly recently to the Red Wings, but once they go on the road, the victories have been piling up. Closing out the pre-All-Star break portion of the schedule Monday, the Red Wings visited Brooklyn’s Barclays..." January 26

  • How to Fix the NHL’s Coach’s Challenge

    The Hockey Writers "It’s no secret. The NHL’s coach’s challenge has not gone as smoothly as hoped in its inaugural season. It was put into place in order to give teams an option to challenge goals which they thought were not ‘good goals’ as deemed by the NHL rulebook. However, the two times when a coach can..." January 25

  • Canada’s falling dollar could be raising hopes for a Seattle NHL expansion team

    Seattle Times "It turns out the prediction of a January vote by Seattle City Council on a Sodo District arena was not only optimistic, but downright delusional. City Hall sources now indicate a vote to cede Occidental Avenue South for Chris Hansen’s project won’t happen before late March, early April at best...." January 25

  • Escrow went up…again

    Pro Hockey Talk "Escrow has risen from 16 percent to 18 percent, according to multiple reports. No surprise there, given the Canadian dollar’s plunge. With seven of the NHL’s 30 teams in Canada, there was no way league revenues weren’t going to be affected. Some had predicted escrow would go up even..." January 25

  • Red Wings recall Eric Tangradi, Nick Jensen, send Joakim Andersson to Griffins

    Michigan Live "The Detroit Red Wings have recalled forward Eric Tangradi and defenseman Nick Jensen from Grand Rapids of the AHL while assigning forward Joakim Andersson to the Griffins. Jensen was recalled in the event Brendan Smith is unable to play Monday in New York against the Islanders. Smith missed..." January 24

  • Kesler, Perry put on a show as Ducks beat Red Wings

    Orange County Register "Ryan Kesler attended Ohio State, but he is a Michigan man at heart and when a large group of family and friends came to see him in action at Joe Louis Arena, the Ducks’ center gave them quite a show on Saturday night. Kesler scored twice to match Corey Perry’s pair of goals and the two Ducks..." January 24

  • 13d
    The Wheel Deal @Bill_Roose

    Brad Richards, who missed Friday's game in Buffalo, will draw into lineup at JLA tonight. Howard will start in goal for the #RedWings.

  • Stick to face fires up Larkin, Wings prevail over Sabres

    Detroit News "Standing in the visitor’s dressing room with gauze in his left nostril, having checked his teeth in the big mirrors outside the shower room — and noting that all seemed to have remained in place — Dylan Larkin suggested the high-stick to his face might have been helpful. “Maybe it woke me up,”..." January 23

  • Red Wings' Joakim Andersson clears waivers, won't be sent to AHL yet

    The Score "There were no takers for Detroit Red Wings forward Joakim Andersson. Andersson cleared waivers but will not be assigned to the AHL's Grand Rapids Griffins on Saturday, Red Wings general manager Ken Holland told Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press." January 23

  • Blues pull one out in Detroit

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch "The Red Wings are moving into a new building for the 2017-18 season, making this the Blues’ next-to-last trip into Joe Louis Arena, barring some postseason play. Which is fine with the Blues, since the closest thing the NHL still has to an old barn is a place where the weird seems to happen...." January 21

  • 16d
    The Wheel Deal @Bill_Roose

    Tomas Tatar is late scratch tonight for the #RedWings. The #Blues only have five defensemen tonight. Gunnarsson not available; Parayko ill.

  • Wings’ Larkin joins Datsyuk-Tatar scoring line

    Detroit Free Press "Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill had a little chat with forward Dylan Larkin to prepare the rookie for an even larger role. In his search for more offense as the Wings prepared to host St. Louis tonight at Joe Louis Arena, Blashill tweaked his lines, putting 19-year-old Larkin with Pavel Datsyuk..." January 20

  • 16d
    Renaud Lavoie @renlavoietva

    The NHL executive committee meeting on expansion is today in NY. No announcement should be made after. #tvasports

  • Red Wings' Miller out 4-6 months, Kronwall 2-4 weeks "Detroit Red Wings forward Drew Miller had surgery to reconstruct his left ACL and will miss 4-6 months and defenseman Niklas Kronwall is out 2-4 weeks after arthroscopic knee surgery, according to the Red Wings website. Miller, who hasn't played since Jan. 10, has one goal and one assist in 28..." January 19

  • Red Wings’ Datsyuk regains his form

    Detroit News "Several weeks ago, when Pavel Datsyuk was getting on the scoresheet infrequently and still getting over offseason ankle surgery, there was concern. Was Datsyuk, at age 37, finally beginning to show his age? Was this beginning of the end of a Hall of Fame career? Not so quick. All the..." January 19

  • This time, Flyers steal a win in shootout to beat Red Wings

    CSN Philly "The Flyers couldn’t seem to catch a break Sunday night, so they kept extending the game until luck wasn’t a factor. Jakub Voracek scored the team's second shootout goal and Michal Neuvirth made 29 saves — and two more during the shootout — to help the Flyers escape Detroit with a 2-1 win over..." January 18

  • 19d
    Detroit Red Wings @DetroitRedWings

    Coach Blashill confirms Pulkkinen is ready to go. Will play with Jurco and Glendening. Andersson out. #PHIvsDET #RedWings

  • 20d
    Ansar Khan @AnsarKhanMLive

    No roster move was needed to activate Pulkkinen.

  • NHL instates mandatory domestic violence and sexual assault prevention training for teams and players

    SB Nation "The NHL has finally begun to implement domestic violence, sexual harassment and sexual assault prevention training for its players and teams, per a report from the Associated Press. The NHL and NHL Players' Association partnered to ensure all 30 teams would go through "hour-long educational..." January 16

  • Wings storm back in third, beat Coyotes in OT

    Detroit News "Down by two goals to the upstart Coyotes with less than six minutes remaining in regulation, perhaps not much was expected from the Red Wings in their last game of an extended road trip. And the likelihood of the determining boost coming from a power play ranked 25th in the NHL seemed..." January 15

  • Red Wings trade prospect Nedomlel to Blues

    Detroit Free Press "The Detroit Red Wings today traded defenseman Richard Nedomlel to the St. Louis Blues for future considerations. Nedomlel, 22, appeared in a pair of games for the Grand Rapids Griffins this season and recorded a plus-1 rating and 20 penalty minutes. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound defenseman also..." January 15

  • Defenseman Marchenko falls back out of Red Wings lineup

    Detroit News "After the Red Wings decided to waive Jakub Kindl, effectively declaring Alexey Marchenko one of the seven defensemen on their roster, they played all of them in the game against the Los Angeles Kings on Monday. When coach Jeff Blashill decided to go with six defensemen and 12 forwards against..." January 15

  • Kings score three unanswered goals to defeat Red Wings

    Los Angeles Times "Those who have listened to Kings Coach Darryl Sutter recognize that the man doesn't engage in exaggeration. Not often, at least. He said the other day that Kings center Anze Kopitar has been displaying a certain attitude this season: “If you want to beat us, come through me.” The Detroit..." January 12

  • Sheahan, Mrazek lift Wings over Ducks

    Detroit News "He didn’t get credit for one he may have scored earlier, but there weren’t any issues Sunday with the goal Riley Sheahan scored later on. Sheahan, whose apparent goal in the first period was erased because of inconclusive video, broke a tie at 16:16 of the third period giving the Red Wings a..." January 11

  • Red Wings' Kindl clears waivers; what's next?

    Detroit Free Press "Waivers didn't help the Detroit Red Wings as much as they needed. Defenseman Jakub Kindl cleared waivers at noon today, as no other NHL team put in a claim for the 28-year-old. That enables the Wings to send Kindl to the minors, but only offers $950,000 in salary cap relief from Kindl's $2.4..." January 10

  • Red Wings place Kindl on waivers

    The Score "The Detroit Red Wings placed defenseman Jakub Kindl on waivers Saturday, TSN's Bob McKenzie reports. Kindl has been a healthy scratch in each of the past four games. He has two goals and three assists in 23 contests this season." January 09

  • Red Wings prospect Hirschfeld suffers seizure on bench

    Detroit Free Press "Grand Rapids Griffins forward Alden Hirschfeld suffered a seizure during the second period of Friday night's American Hockey League game against Milwaukee at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, according to a team statement released this evening. The Griffins, the affiliate to the Detroit Red..." January 09

  • Wings send Nosek to GR; Quincey creates logjam on 'D'

    Detroit News "The Red Wings sent forward Tomas Nosek back to Grand Rapids on Tuesday to make room for Drew Miller on the roster, and general manager Ken Holland talked about the looming logjam of defensemen. Miller (broken jaw, surgery) is cleared to play, and coach Jeff Blashill will make a determination on..." January 08

  • Red Wings win behind Abdelkader’s late goal

    Detroit News "Petr Mrazek continues to make timely saves when his team needs them — and the Red Wings are taking advantage. The Red Wings defeated San Jose 2-1 Thursday on Justin Abdelkader’s third-period, tie-breaking goal — just moments after Mrazek made a spectacular save on Joel Ward in close keeping the..." January 08

  • Blackhawks' Toews tops list of 2015 jersey sales

    The Score "There are a lot of people walking around with Toews on their backs. The Chicago Blackhawks forward had the prestige honor of having the top-selling jersey of 2015. The NHL announced the top sales from the NHL Shop, also revealing teammate Patrick Kane finishing second in sales. Here is the..." January 08

  • Star-studded Central roster highlights All-Star reveal "The NHL announced the remaining players for the 2016 Honda NHL All-Star Game, and several familiar and high-scoring stars will descend upon Bridgestone Arena in Nashville for All-Star Weekend. The host Nashville Predators have three players among the 40 named Wednesday by the NHL's Hockey..." January 06

  • Larkin nets brilliant goal, Mrazek shuts out Devils

    Detroit News "The Red Wings competitive edge is re-emerging. Sparked by a brilliant, highlight-reel play from Dylan Larkin, Brad Richards and Riley Sheahan for the only goal of the game, the Wings beat the Devils Monday, 1-0, for their second consecutive win. Petr Mrazek, starting his third consecutive..." January 05

  • Is The NHL’s Winter Classic Dying?

    Uproxx "This year’s NHL Winter Classic saw the Boston Bruins play host to the Montreal Canadiens in front of nearly 70,000 fans at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Like each of its predecessors, this year’s outdoor game on New Year’s Day was a spectacle to behold for hockey fans around the..." January 04

  • Mrazek makes big stop to seal 4-3 win at Buffalo

    Detroit Free Press "Red Wings goaltender Petr Mrazek made a big stop on a Zach Bogosian breakaway with less than two minutes left in the third period to preserve a 4-3 victory for the Red Wings over the Sabres on Saturday. Mrazek made 11 saves in the first period and finished with 32 for the game. “What Petr..." January 03

  • IIHF held Hicketts for an hour due to dope test

    Sportsnet "Rarely has Joe Hicketts been under this kind of pressure. The Canadian defenceman was randomly selected for a doping test by the International Ice Hockey Federation on Tuesday following Canada’s 3-2 shootout win over Switzerland in the preliminary round of the world junior hockey..." January 02