1. Wings' Tomas Tatar Feeling Good About Himself Again

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  2. Ericsson Takes Exception to Dangerous Hit, Glad to Stand Up for Teammates

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  3. Red Wings' Datsyuk Fast on His Feet After Injury

    BUFFALO, N.Y. – When he steps on a sheet of ice, Pavel Datsyuk to this day thinks about his childhood in Russia...

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  4. Sabres Top Red Wings in Shootout

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  5. Datsyuk Quickly Regaining Top Form

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  6. Franzen Will Return to Ice Sunday for Red Wings

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  7. Datsyuk, Nyquist Lead Red Wings over Kings 5-2

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  8. Video: Nolan Runs Helm from Behind, Massive Melee Ensues

    Things got a tad nasty between the Detroit Red Wings and L.A. Kings in the third period of Friday's game...

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  9. Video: Red Wings' Fans Show Support for Gordie Howe

    Detroit Red Wings fans at Joe Louis Arena stood up, and cheered their support for the legendary Gordie Howe, who is recovering from a recent stroke...

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  10. Video: Tatar Buries Nifty Nyquist Pass, Red Wings Lighting Up Kings

    Gustav Nyquist showed balance and deft passing ability. Tomas Tatar went to the net with his stick on the ice. Just like that, 4-0 for the Detroit Red Wings over the L.A. Kings ...

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  11. Red Wings' Quincey Suffers Lower-Body Injury vs. Kings

    Detroit Red Wings defenseman Kyle Quincey will not return to Friday's game against the Los Angeles Kings after suffering a lower-body injury in the first period...

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  12. Wings Said Kyle Quincey Won't Return to the Game Due to Lower-Body Injury.

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  13. Wings Prepared for 'Human Eraser' Jonathan Quick and Kings

    The Los Angeles Kings will be without key injured forwards Anze Kopitar and Marian Gaborik tonight when they face the Detroit .....

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  14. Red Wings Will Place Stephen Weiss on Short-Term Injured Reserve

    DETROIT - The Detroit Red Wings will place center Stephen Weiss on short-term injured reserve this week to clear a roster spot for Johan Franzen, who is expected to return for Sunday's game in Buffalo ...

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  15. Red Wings' Next Foe: Kings Are 'Heavy Down Low'

    Big and heavy are some of the adjectives offered up when the Detroit Red Wings are asked about the Los Angeles Kings . Also, gifted...

    Jack Dale Written by Jack Dale about 1 month ago 37 reads 0 comments

  16. What Detroit Red Wings Must Do to Slow Down Los Angeles Kings' 'That 70s Line'

    Through the first couple weeks of the 2014-15 season, the Los Angeles Kings ' "That '70s Line" has picked up from where it left off in the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs...

    Tom Urtz Jr. Written by Tom Urtz Jr. about 1 month ago 1,549 reads 8 comments

  17. Weiss Injured on Conditioning Assignment

    Few moves in free agency have backfired as much as the Detroit Red Wings ' decision to sign Stephen Weiss to a five-year, $24.9 million contract prior to the 2013-14 season...

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  18. Why the Red Wings Beat the Capitals

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  19. Red Wings Down Capitals with Gordie Howe in Thoughts

    Wednesday's events began with well-wishes to Gordie Howe, whose picture graced the Verizon Center Jumbotron as fans responded with a standing ovation...

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  20. Detroit Red Wings Will Be Dangerous in 2014-15 as Long as Everyone Stays Healthy

    They are 11 percent into their 82-game schedule, but there's reason to believe the Detroit Red Wings won't need a mix of prayers, luck and a furious two-month goal-scoring pace from Gustav Nyquist to get into the playoffs like they did last season...

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  21. Detroit Red Wings' Justin Abdelkader Well on His Way to Having Breakout Season

    The Detroit Red Wings picked up their fifth win of the season during a 4-2 decision over the Washington Capitals on NBCSN's "Wednesday Night Rivalry" game, and a trend continued in the process...

    Tom Urtz Jr. Written by Tom Urtz Jr. about 2 months ago 1,238 reads 3 comments

  22. Red Wings Rally to Beat Capitals 4-2 Win

    Justin Abdelkader scored twice in the third period to help the Detroit Red Wings rally for a 4-2 victory over the Washington Capitals on Wednesday night...

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  23. WATCH: Referees Cost Red Wings Goal with Phantom Penalty Call

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  24. VIDEO: Red Wings Goal Waved off After Phantom Goaltender Interference Call

    Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby fell backwards and saved his team a goal against during Wednesday's game against the Detroit Red Wings ...

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  25. Detroit Red Wings vs. Washington Capitals: Live Blog and Analysis

    After falling behind 2-1 in the second period, the Detroit Red Wings came roaring back in the third, scoring three times to win 4-2 over the Washington Capitals on Wednesday night...

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