Four Time Stanley Cup Champion Nicklas Lidstrom Retires

Detroit Red Wings defensemen Nicklas Lidstrom announced his retirement on Thursday. Lidstrom is a 7-time Norris Trophy winner and was on four Stanley Cup championships winning teams.

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Red Wings Extend Playoff Streak

The Detroit Red Wings clinched a playoff berth for the 21st consecutive season, the longest active run in all of pro sports.

Steve Yzerman Named Excecutive Director For Team Canada

Former Detroit Red Wings player and current Tampa Bay Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman has been named the executive director of Team Canada for 2014 Winter Olympics.

Detroit Red Wings Tie Home Ice Winning Streak

The Detroit Red Wings tied the NHL record with their 20th straight home win. The mark was set by the Boston Bruins (1929-30) and the Philadelphia Flyers (1975-76).

The Big House To Host 2013 Winter Classic

The National Hockey League announced that Michigan Stadium will host the Winter Classic January 1, 2013 featuring the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Red Wings And Maple Leafs To Play In 2013 Winter Classic

The Detroit Red Wings will host the Toronto Maple Leafs at Michigan Stadium the home of the University of Michigan Wolverines in the Winter Classic on January 1, 2013.

Kris Draper Retires

Detroit Red Wings right-winger Kris Draper has retired. Draper was a member of 4 Stanley Cup champions with the Wings, and a Selke Trophy winner in 2004.

Red Wings’ Osgood Retires

Detroit Red Wings goalie Chris Osgood has retired. Osgood ends his career with 401 career wins, 2.49 GA, and a 74-49 record in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Jaromir Jagr May Sign With Pittsburgh Or Detroit

Jaromir Jagr’s agent says the Pittsburgh Penquins and Detroit Red Wings are among three teams that may sign the 5-time NHL scoring champion.

Nicklas Lidstrom Returning To NHL For 20th Season

6-time Norris Trophy winning defensemen Nicklas Lidstrom will return for a 20th season with the Detroit Red Wings.

Senators Hire MacLean As Head Coach

The Ottawa Senators hired Paul MacLean as their new head coach. MacLean was an assistant with the Detroit Red Wings the last six seasons.

2011 NHL Western Semifinals Matchup

The NHL’s Western Conference semifinals: (1) Vancouver Canucks vs. (5) Nashville Predators, (2) San Jose Sharks vs. (3) Detroit Red Wings

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