Tag Archive for Detroit Red Wings

Ken Campbell: Best the Wings will ever be?

The link failed to import for some reason, but this is from Ken Campbell’s blog at The Hockey News:  Ask Detroit Red Wings GM Ken Holland about it and you get a terse, “I’m not going there.” Ask Red Wings veteran Kris Draper and you get the death stare.(Trust me, I got it when I…

Coming Down the Pipe!: On the Fence With Ryan Ellis

Really, really exceptionally great blog post on Ryan Ellis. Hat tip to The Copper and Blue. Here’s the beginning of it, but read the whole thing (follow the link below…).  I’ll admit it; I’m not the biggest believer in Ryan Ellis. To put this in perspective though… on The Pipeline Show we talk about everything…

cut-and-paste of my own comment from Inside the Kings, just so I don’t forget I said it and because it’s so hard to find anything in the Inside the Kings archives

The season after next will be interesting cap-wise, as [commenter “src3″ on the Inside the Kings “board” said] said. Not just because of Frolov being a UFA and the cap coming down a bit, but also because both Quincey and Quick will be RFA. Next year, Fro’s hit is 2.9, Quick’s .8, Quincey’s .6, and…

Ducks GM Accused of Cross-Checking Fan

While the players were on the ice exchanging handshakes, high above in an executive suite Ducks General Manager Bob Murray was seething over the controversial goal that ended his team’s quest for the Stanley Cup. A Detroit Police report lead to an assault investigation involving Murray. An upset and angry Murray, the report notes, picked…

Red Wings ‘blown’ away – Puck Daddy – NHL – Yahoo! Sports

The Detroit Red Wings were jobbed, hosed, robbed, disrespected — really, pick your terms of non-endearment — when referee Brad Watson and his intent to blow an early whistle wiped out a Marian Hossa(notes) game-tying goal late in the third period at the Anaheim Ducks in Game 3. The puck’s in the net before the whistle, but Watson…

Red Wings Blog completely agrees with me

With a minute to go the Red Wings scored. Great right? No. The referee lost sight of the puck, even though it was laying right on the goal line, and blew play the play dead. Well, actually he didn’t blow the play dead, but he was thinking about it. The puck was in the back of…