Detroit Red Wings: 2020-21 Grades for the Young Core Prior to the 2020-21 campaign, I outlined benchmarks for Detroit’s young core – goals that exemplified developmental progress. Now that the season is over, let’s revisit those benchmarks, see how the players fared, and dish out pass/fail grades accordingly. I tried to use three other articles,
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So what happens to Jeff Blashill? Will he join the list of unemployed coaches? Will he be granted a Pandemic Pass and get a 2-year deal? Will the ghost of Ken Holland come back to haunt the DoughJo and sign him to a five year extension? Or something else altogether? What do you WANT to
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Go through the gallery above to view Ted Kulfan’s final grades for the 2020-21 Detroit Red Wings. Click here if you’re having trouble viewing the gallery. Detroit — The record was better, the product on the ice was improved. No, the Red Wings aren’t going to the playoffs. That streak has now reached five seasons. But when you watched the Wings often
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The Red Wings’ 2021 campaign wrapped up on Saturday night in Columbus, a 5-4 overtime loss to the  Blue Jackets. With that, the strangest season on record ended with perhaps the most predictable result.  The Red Wings having slightly improved, still finishing in the bottom third of the league, still missing the playoffs. While the
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This date has provided plenty of big postseason moments throughout the history of the National Hockey League. In addition, two Hall of Famers and all-time greats are celebrating birthdays today. It is time to hop aboard the THW time machine and enjoy a trip through the decades to relive all the best moments May 12
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Way less angry than I expected. 31 Thoughts: What caused the ‘disconnect’ between Eichel, Sabres – Sportsnet I find it hard to believe Eichel isn’t consulting the best of the best, while Buffalo’s reticence comes from artificial disc replacement lacking evidence of its effectiveness on elite-level athletes. It’s a relatively new phenomenon. As far as
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[From the Griffins] CLEVELAND – Kaden Fulcher earned his first AHL shutout behind 22 saves and Joe Veleno and Riley Barber scored first-period power play goals to give the Grand Rapids Griffins a 2-0 victory over the Cleveland Monsters on Tuesday at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. Winners of three straight, the Griffins improved to 6-2
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