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  1. Detroit's Tomas Tatar and Boston's Johnny Boychuk battle for the puck in the first period on April 2. (David Guralnick / Detroit News)

    John Niyo

    For Tomas Tatar, and Red Wings, patience pays off

    Tomas Tatar was here and then he was gone. And while he was there, he couldn't help but wonder. Not just what he was missing. But what the Red Wings were missing, too, with the feisty goal scorer exiled to Grand Rapids a month before the Stanley Cup Playoffs began last spring.

  1. Red Wings, Bruins rekindle playoff rivalry that blazed in 1940s, '50s

    Bruins manager Art Ross is pictured with the 'Kraut Line,' from left: Milt Schmidt, Woody Dumart and Bobby Bauer during practice at Boston Garden in 1945. (Associated Press)It is as if they approach each other in the Stanley Cup Playoffs now as strangers. The first meeting in the playoffs since 1957 between two of the Original Six, the Red Wings and Bruins, begins today after four regular-season games and only sporadic play since 1982.

  2. Vincent Goodwill's Pistons report card

    The 2013-14 Pistons season is mercifully over, weeks before fans expected to see a postmortem on a team that started off with a lot of hype, uncertainty and high expectations.

  3. Spartans pursue smart, athletic Ohio DT Jordan Thompson

    Jordan Thompson is ranked the No. 24 defensive tackle in the nation for the 2015 class by Scout.com (Photo by Scott Reed / SWOF) As the spring evaluation period begins and schools head out to visit top prospects across the country, Michigan State actually received a visit from one of their top targets as Cincinnati La Salle junior defensive tackle Jordan Thompson came to town.

  4. Detroit News predictions: Bruins will bounce Red Wings

    Tuukka Rask won 36 games for the Bruins this season, with a 2.04 goals-against average. (Jared Wickerham / Getty Images)Gregg Krupa, Ted Kulfan, John Niyo and Bob Wojnowski of The Detroit News offer their expert opinions on how the Red Wings will fare in their first-round series against the Bruins.

  1. Michigan health systems seek cure for dearth of doctors

    Michigan's medical schools, doctors offices and health care networks are tackling a shortage of primary care doctors that is expected to worsen under the Affordable Care Act. The state and nation have reported a shortage of primary care physicians for a decade, and the millions of newly insured patients are expected to add more pressure.

  2. New GM's talk is getting old

    General Motors Co.'s campaign to prove it's new is making it look pretty old and using the world's largest media market to do it.

  3. Red Wings, Bruins rekindle playoff rivalry that blazed in 1940s, '50s

    It is as if they approach each other in the Stanley Cup Playoffs now as strangers. The first meeting in the playoffs since 1957 between two of the Original Six, the Red Wings and Bruins, begins today after four regular-season games and only sporadic play since 1982.

  4. Oakland Co. about to see slew of orange barrels

    Prepare yourself, Oakland County; there's road construction in your future. In just a few short weeks, a $12 million project will kick off to reconstruct a one-mile stretch of Evergreen in Southfield.

  5. For Tomas Tatar, and Red Wings, patience pays off

    Tomas Tatar was here and then he was gone. And while he was there, he couldn't help but wonder. Not just what he was missing. But what the Red Wings were missing, too, with the feisty goal scorer exiled to Grand Rapids a month before the Stanley Cup Playoffs began last spring.

  6. Vincent Goodwill's Pistons report card

    The 2013-14 Pistons season is mercifully over, weeks before fans expected to see a postmortem on a team that started off with a lot of hype, uncertainty and high expectations.

  7. ESPN documentary captures emotions of Pistons' Bad Boys reign

    Detroit When you cover a beat, you never really get to experience the sorrow and joy of a team's season. You're too busy writing stories, gathering quotes, hopping on airplanes and going through the daily grind of making deadline. Thursday, I finally felt the emotions of the Bad Boys Pistons years, watching ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary.

  8. Tony Paul's MLB Insider: Tigers, Angels boast rich tradition

    The Tigers and Angels, who play Friday through Sunday in Detroit, combined spend nearly $300 million in salaries, and thus feature some of the highest-paid players in the game.

  9. Spartans pursue smart, athletic Ohio DT Jordan Thompson

    As the spring evaluation period begins and schools head out to visit top prospects across the country, Michigan State actually received a visit from one of their top targets as Cincinnati La Salle junior defensive tackle Jordan Thompson came to town.

  10. Offer of a fresh perspective might help Detroit out of bankruptcy

    It's like 'American Idol' for bankruptcy, without the glamour but plenty of bucks involved. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes is hiring an expert to review the city's plan of adjustment and the auditions are today.

  11. Red Wings vs. Bruins: How they match up

    Who has the edge? Ted Kulfan of The Detroit News breaks down the Red Wings-Bruins series in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.

  12. Review: 'Transcendence' devolves into standard science silliness

    'Transcendence' just can't transcend Hollywood. What starts out as a fairly interesting look at the dangers and temptations of technology eventually devolves into a special effects-driven ridiculous ball of confusion.

  13. Detroit News predictions: Bruins will bounce Red Wings

    Gregg Krupa, Ted Kulfan, John Niyo and Bob Wojnowski of The Detroit News offer their expert opinions on how the Red Wings will fare in their first-round series against the Bruins.

  14. New products offer more ways than ever to create a 'green' nursery

    as sustainably made nursery products become increasingly prevalent and there are more ways than ever to create a 'green' nursery for your bambino, the biggest question may be where to start.

  15. Metro Detroiters come together for worship during Holy Week

    During a Mass on Holy Thursday at Detroit's Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament, Catholic Archbishop Allen Vigneron consecrated the chrism as well as ...

  16. Society confidential

    A must for any fans of Detroit music history is the 'Detroit Motour,' from 2-6:30 p.m. April 26. Our friends John and C.J.Milroy will conduct a bus tour of ...

    • 11:02 PM, Apr. 17, 2014
    • AUTOS
    • GENERAL MOTORS

    GM recall crisis a lesson for auto industry

    New York Automakers around the world are watching General Motors Co.'s ignition-switch recall crisis, and many believe the industry will move faster to respond to ...

    • 10:10 PM, Apr. 17, 2014
    • BUSINESS

    Small-batch jerky-maker Duke's 'scales up' in Macomb Twp.

    Craft beer mania has swept the nation, but the next artisanal food phenomenon craft jerky may not be far behind.

  17. Review: 'Under the Skin' will get under yours

    Seductively eerie and serious, 'Under the Skin' is superb science fiction, yet not for the easily bored or frustrated.

  18. Hardy landscapes bouncing back after bleak winter

    Now that spring has finally arrived, yardeners and gardeners are surveying the damage to their lawns and landscapes. Be sure to keep the trees and shrubs well ...

  19. Review: Disney's 'Bears' is an adorable documentary

    Take a group of hardened criminals, sit them down and show them 'Bears,' and count the number of times they say, 'awww.' It would be impossible not to say it.

  20. Check your home for Polar Vortex Disorder

    This syndrome can cause your home to feel some dramatic after effects from the brutal winter, and it needs you to check it from top to bottom to inventory all ...

  21. Assistant's gruff attitude needs to be smoothed out

    Dear Abby: How do I deal with an assistant who keeps calling me a 'brownnoser'?

  22. Review: 'Dom Hemingway' has a temper and uses it

    'Dom Hemingway' isn't so much a story as it is a portrait of a poetic lunatic thug. Luckily, Jude Law brings just the right mix of swagger, lewdness and ...

  23. Breakfast pie kicks off a great start to day or dinner

    I like this idea of making a hash brown crust, and this breakfast pie has all the things I love. And there's no reason whatsoever to relegate this dish to the ...

  24. Real estate developer builds skills as a knitter

    Professionally, Diane Van Buren leads a very busy life as president of Zachary & Associates Inc. Yet, despite playing a major role in the rebirth of Detroit, ...

  25. 'The Prince of Chintz' offers his take on design

    Some designers are one of a kind. That description fits Mario Buatta, affectionately known as 'The Prince of Chintz,' who is coming to Detroit for a fundraiser. ...

  26. Spring ushers in antiques festival season

    Next week starts the spring antiquing season, which lasts through the fall. Here are a few on tap for the upcoming months, arranged chronologically. See you ...

  27. Golf pro Bubba Watson knows living well trumps any game

    It was with some surprise that I found myself drawn to the Masters Golf Tournament on Sunday. I kept hearing my husband from the other room: 'Amazing!' And ...

  28. A-fib patients have nonmedicine options if needed

    Dear Dr. Roach: In your February column on atrial fibrillation, you did not address a procedure that can be done to cure the condition rather than taking ...

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