It’s not like he’s dominating on the ice. With a Corsi-percentage of just 26.1% through the Detroit Red Wings’ first two games (per Natural Stat Trick) the play has often been at the wrong end of the ice while Filip Zadina is on the ice. Currently skating on Detroit’s second line, the goal for him
Let’s start off this week’s news column with a quick recap of the Red Wings’ season opener. They faced-off against the Carolina Hurricanes, a new division rival under the newly formed Central Division, and the results weren’t pretty. The Wings lost 3-0, with the third goal coming from an empty net tally. They were outshot
We are now a week into training camp as the Detroit Red Wings prepare themselves for a shortened 2020-21 season. With the promise of a clean slate, both the players and coaches seem eager to put their best foot forward to begin this season – and who can blame them? If you don’t know the
The road to the Detroit Red Wings has been a long, winding one for Bobby Ryan. Though his career has had its ups and downs, a surprise move by the Ottawa Senators in late September to buy out the remaining two years of his contract immediately caught the eye of Detroit general manager Steve Yzerman.
In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the Edmonton Oilers and their blue line situation. In Calgary, it appears the team is ready to trade for a goaltender and give up a solid defender in the process. One recent pending unrestricted free agent notes he’d like to become a Philadelphia Flyers forward and
In an Edmonton Oilers news and rumors update, there are reports the Oilers have decided not to exercise any buyouts on players this offseason which means contracts like James Neal’s will stay on the books. Meanwhile, around the league, teams are signing players and releasing players in decisions that could affect what the Oilers had
This is going to be an offseason like no other in NHL history. With the salary cap expected to stay flat for at least another season, many teams are going to have to make tough decisions on players they wouldn’t usually have to. One team that has set itself up nicely, though, is the Detroit