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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Drew Miller
The Detroit Red Wings won their 23rd straight home game, setting an NHL multiple-season mark and holding on to beat the San Jose Sharks 3-2 Sunday.
A person familiar with the NHL's plan said the Detroit Red Wings will play the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2013 Winter Classic.
The Detroit Red Wings have agreed to terms with defenseman Jonathan Ericsson and wings Patrick Eaves and Drew Miller.
The Red Wings have agreed to terms with defenseman Jonathan Ericsson and wings Patrick Eaves and Drew Miller, keeping all three players in Detroit.
Quarterback Keith Null and running back Chris Ogbonnaya were among the St. Louis Rams' final cuts to reach the 53-man roster limit.
"I think it's a really unique situation," Detroit's Drew Miller said after the Red Wings' 4-2 victory over Edmonton on Wednesday night.
Miller told The Associated Press he agreed to his deal just before a noon deadline when he would have become a free agent.