Category Archives: Detroit Red Wings

Red Wings Defeat Pens 5-4 In OT Thriller

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It would be hard to overstate the importance of the Detroit Red Wings 5-4 OT win over the Pittsburgh Penguins in terms of Detroit’s psyche in its quest to make the playoffs for a 23rd straight season while-almost literally-half of … Continue reading

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See What I Meant About Franzen?

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Looks like I’m not the only one who thinks Johan Franzen has to be big if the Red Wings are to make a playoff run without Henrik Zetterberg and have a shot at hoisting the Cup again. Haven’t done that … Continue reading

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The Mule Has To Be Huge For Wings To Make Playoffs

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Though I didn’t get to see the game tonight, reports of Detroit’s 2-1 OT victory on the road over Montreal was made even better with the news that Johan “The Mule” Franzen had 2 points. This was a big victory … Continue reading

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The Detroit Red Wings Quest For 23 Straight

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This article originally published on Vavel USA The Detroit Red Wings seek to make the playoffs for the 23rd consecutive season, easily the longest such streak in the NHL and currently also in all the four major North American team … Continue reading

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