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DID YOU KNOW ? (first posted OCTOBER 2008)

      Igor Larianov’s 2008 election to
the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto
made the “Russian Professor“ the
60th Red Wing to be enshrined in
the Hall.
      Perhaps the most anonymous of
all those first five dozen Detroit
HoFamers is John Phillip “Jack” Walker.
      DID YOU KNOW that Jack Walker
was the “Original Six” of the Red
      Actually, Walker never was a Red
Wing. He skated for the Detroit
Cougars (who were later renamed
the Falcons then the Red Wings) during the team’s first two seasons in the
National Hockey League.
      Walker was a left winger who played for the Cougars in 1926-27 at Border
Cities Arena (now Windsor Arena), then moved with the team into new Olympia
Stadium for the 1927-28 campaign. Those two years concluded an 18 season
major pro career for Walker, who had starred elsewhere.
      Walker was Detroit’s “Original Six.” He was the first NHL player to wear sweater #6
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Tuesday, October 21st, 2014
  • RED WINGS @ Montreal

  • Fan Fact

    OCTOBER 20, 2007:     The Red Wings won for their fifth consecutive trip to Phoenix, defeating the Coyotes 5-2. The Wings rallied from a 2-1/End-1st defecit to score four unanswered goals. Kirk Maltby's first two goals of the season tied the contest and put Detroit ahead 3-2 in the 2nd-Per. Jiri Hudler (#1),  Brett Lebda (#1) and Henrik Zetterberg (#7) also scored for the Red Wings. Steven Reinprecht (#1) and Derek Morris (#2) had Coyotes goals. The Red Wings completed a 3-&-1 western road trip to go to 6-2-&-1 on the season. Phoenix lost its third in a row.

    POW Award

    Rebounding from what he called perhaps his "worst game as a Red Wing" in an OCT 15TH home shootout loss to Boston, the Detroit Captain keyed a weekend home-&-home sweep vs the Maple Leafs. In the 4-1 OCT 17TH win at Toronto Zetterberg tied his career-high by assisting on all four goals including the primary helpers on the first three. In the OCT 18TH rematch at the Joe, Z scored the only goal of the game with just 9.9-sec left in overtime. Zetterberg is our Player-Of-the-Week Award winner for the period of October 13th--20th, 2014. It's his first POW Award this year and 17th overall.

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