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Alfredsson should retire as an Ottawa Senator - here
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Alfredsson should retire as an Ottawa Senator - here's how
Chris Savard
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Stoney Point - Nov. 24, 2014: There has been plenty of speculation that Right Winger Daniel Alfredsson may announce his retirement tonight in Detroit as the Red Wings play host to the Ottawa Senators. There is no question that Alfie is the best ever to wear a Senators jersey and I believe that the team needs to step up and allow him to retire as a Sen. FULL STORY



The Leafs
The Leafs' salute their fans with victory over the Red Wings
Rob McPhee
HometownHockey.ca

Toronto - Nov. 23, 2014: The Toronto Maple Leafs played a gritty game against the Detroit Red Wings, in which the blue and white prevailed 4-1. Leo Komarov, Tyler Bozak and Peter Holland all had goals for the Leafs as they continue to rebound from their 9-2 thrashing by the Nashville Predators. It was an impressive team victory for the Leafs, who did in fact salute their fans after the game. FULL STORY



The Leafs
The Leafs' Suffer Heartbreak in the Motor City
Rob McPhee
HometownHockey.ca

Toronto - Oct. 19, 2014: On Saturday night the Toronto Maple Leafs lost a heartbreaker to the Detroit Red Wings 0-1. Despite the loss the Leafs continue to improve and look poised to start winning some games. FULL STORY



Maple Leafs fall to Red Wings, Kozun Injured
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Maple Leafs fall to Red Wings, Kozun Injured
Tim Cornett
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Windsor - Oct. 18, 2014: If you’re a Toronto Maple Leafs or Detroit Red Wings fan, you had Friday’s game circled on your calendar. The first of a home and home weekend series between two old rivals was sure to be an entertaining affair. The Leafs came out with all cylinders firing, and for a good part of the first period the play was in the Detroit zone. FULL STORY



Red Wings Prospect Report - Alexey Marchenko
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Detroit - Aug. 8, 2014: Alexey Marchenko became the fifth Red Wings’ rookie – and the first with the nickname ‘Killer’ – to make his NHL debut last season when he appeared in Detroit’s 5-1 victory over the Dallas Stars on Jan. 4. At 6-foot-2 and 212 pounds, Marchenko is already an imposing figure on the ice, but it was during a more relaxing sport that the Moscow native earned the moniker. FULL STORY



Last time Red Wings missed playoffs, Bush Sr. and Mulroney were in office
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Last time Red Wings missed playoffs, Bush Sr. and Mulroney were in office
Chris Savard
HometownHockey.ca

Stoney Point - Mar. 22, 2014: The Detroit Red Wings are in tough to keep their streak alive. If the playoffs started this morning Mike Babcock’s team would have been on the outside looking in for the first time since the 1989-90 season. At the time of this writing, they are sitting in the second wild card spot. To put into perspective how long the streak has been, Ronald Reagan and George Bush Sr. were the American Presidents during that season, Brian Mulroney was the Canadian Prime Minister and Sergei Makarov was the NHL Rookie of the Year. FULL STORY



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Oilers: Time to start worrying
Oilers: Time to start worrying
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Edmonton - Mar. 15, 2014: The Edmonton Oilers 2-1 shootout loss to the Detroit Red Wings marked the 45th time in 68 outings in which the team in Orange and Blue were on the wrong side of the scoreboard. While they may currently be on their best streak of the season, posting an 8-4-3 mark in their last fifteen, Dallas Eakins crew continues to look less and less like the team many had envisioned this group ultimately becoming. FULL STORY



Red Wings: On Legwand, Jarnkrok and Hope
Red Wings: On Legwand, Jarnkrok and Hope
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Grand Rapids - Mar. 14, 2014: The Detroit Red Wings addressed to some degree the injury-induced hole at center recently by acquiring David Legwand from Nashville. Legwand has 41 career points against the Wings in 69 games and so is a bit of a Wings killer (though his 61 in 70 against Chicago make him more of a Blackhawks killer). Here’s hoping he can convert some of that magic to the right side. He had an NTC with Nashville, so he wants to be here, but the fact his contract ends this summer makes him a rental. FULL STORY



Winter Classic Alumni game brings back childhood memories
Winter Classic Alumni game brings back childhood memories
Detroit - Jan. 5, 2014: When I was a kid my friends and I played ice hockey outside. For hours. In the cold and snow. We were soaked to the skin and freezing, but we didn’t care. It was hockey. And we loved playing it. We played outside because we didn’t know anything different. The memories of those outdoor rink days came flooding back (no pun intended) to me at Comerica Park last week during the Hockeytown Winter Festival. FULL STORY



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