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Topic - Ken Holland
Daniel Alfredsson is joining the Detroit Red Wings to make perhaps his final run at an elusive championship, and Stephen Weiss is in it for the long haul in the Motor City.
The Detroit Red Wings accomplished their No. 1 goal of this offseason by agreeing to a new deal with Pavel Datsyuk.
The Detroit Red Wings accomplished their No. 1 goal of the offseason Tuesday by agreeing to a $22.5 million, three-year deal with Pavel Datsyuk.
The New York Rangers made a big push in trading for Rick Nash to improve their chances of winning a championship for the first time since 1994.
Budd Lynch, a veteran radio broadcaster who spent more than 60 years working for the Detroit Red Wings and became the team's public voice, died Tuesday. He was 95.
Ryan Suter and Zach Parise chose to take some time to sort through offers from a slew of suitors on the first day of NHL free agency.
Nicklas Lidstrom is so used to being great that the star defenseman refused to settle for just being good.
Todd Bertuzzi has revitalized his career with the Detroit Red Wings, finding a good fit on the ice and perhaps restoring his reputation, too.
Jimmy Howard wasn't handed a spot in the All-Star game.
This might be the last thing fans and critics on one side of the longest-running debate in hockey want to hear, especially in light of the rising number of concussions:
The Detroit Red Wings agreed to terms with defenseman Ian White on a two-year, $5.75 million contract on Saturday.
The Red Wings have agreed to terms with defenseman Jonathan Ericsson and wings Patrick Eaves and Drew Miller, keeping all three players in Detroit.
How's this for a change of pace? While the NFL and NBA are embroiled in labor disputes that threaten their upcoming seasons, NHL clubs are gearing up to spend more money on salaries than they have since a lockout canceled a full campaign six years ago.
Jaromir Jagr is ready make an NHL comeback.
Nicklas Lidstrom proved to himself he is still one of the NHL's best defenseman last season and that is good news for Detroit fans.
"It's an extremely exciting day in Detroit and for our team," Red Wings general manager Ken Holland said.
"This deal ensures that Pavel will be in Detroit for the next four years," he said.