Fresh off signing a new four-year contract to stay with the Wings through his 36th year with the franchise, one of Holland's challenges is persuading people the lack of signings is probably not significant for his redeveloping team in the long run.
The NHL has not expanded since the 2000-01 season when the Minnesota Wild and Columbus Blue Jackets became the 29th and 30th franchises in the league.
The Red Wings released their television broadcast schedule for the 2014-15 season Tuesday. They open the season at Joe Louis Arena on Oct. 9 against the Boston Bruins.
Lawyers for Todd Bertuzzi and Steve Moore are reportedly close to a negotiated financial settlement in Moore's suit against Bertuzzi and the Vancouver Canucks.
The team says under the agreement, current owner Charles Wang will continue as majority stockholder for two years. At that point, ownership will transfer to the Ledecky-Malkin group.
About 20 former Spartans and local pros are taking part in a pro hockey camp at Munn Ice Arena this week in preparation for training camp and the upcoming season.
Holland, the Red Wings' executive vice president and general manager, has signed a four-year extension that will keep him with the team through the 2017-18 season, the team announced Thursday.
A restricted free agent, DeKeyser and unrestricted free agent Daniel Alfredsson are the only two players general manager Ken Holland still needs to sign.
DeKeyser, who was born in Macomb and lives in Macomb Township, spends the lion's share of the offseason close to his family in his native state, where he grew up playing for Compuware and later at Western Michigan.
The camp, which runs from Sept. 18-23, kicks off with the annual Charity Golf Classic and charity dinner Sept. 18 at the Grand Traverse Resort.
Young kids were skating all around him, skating and sliding, shooting and chasing the puck, and Sheahan — a Red Wings forward — was smiling. He remembered how about 15 years ago he was one of those pint-sized players.
Rafalski, a Dearborn native, played for the Wings from 2007 through the 2010-11 season before retiring. He also played seven seasons before that with the New Jersey Devils.
The operator of Joe Louis Arena has reached a settlement with the U.S. Attorney's Office to make the home venue of the Detroit Red Wings more accessible to people with disabilities.
The Red Wings will give away five different bobbleheads, including Justin Abdelkader and Red Wings legend Gordie Howe, during game as part of its promotion schedule released Monday.
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