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TWO NEW WINGS AT NHL TRADE DEADLINE.....M, 3/2/15

>>caption:  NEW RED WING
ERIK COLE IN ACTION AGAINST
DETROIT EARLIER THIS SEASON<<

@ JOE LOUIS ARENA:

    With FWD Darren Helm and
DEF Alexey Marchenko both
sidelined a week to 10 days with
oblique strains, Red Wings GM
Ken Holland secured a pair of
replacements prior to Monday's
3pm/ET NHL trade deadline.  

    The Red Wings acquired 38-year old , RHand-shooting DEF Marek Zidlicky
from the New Jersey Devils for a conditional draft choice Monday.

    Zidlicky waived the no-trade clause in his contract, which will expire at
the end of the season and make Zidlicky an unrestricted free agent July 1ST.

    The Devils will receive a third-round draft pick in 2016, but they will
also get a second rounder this year if Detroit reaches the Eastern
Conference finals. However, if the Red Wings reach the Stanley Cup Finals,
the third rounder next year becomes a second-round pick, but the second-
round c...   [ Read More... ]


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Over a 10 consecutive year period from the 1947-48 through 1956-57 seasons three different Red Wing Hockey Hall-of-Fame goalies led the NHL in regular season victories: Harry Lumley (3 times), Terry Sawchuk (5 times) and Glenn Hall (twice). In four of these seasons Detroit went on to win the Stanley Cup. Seven other times Detroit Red Wings goaltenders have led the NHL in regular season wins. One of them did it twice. Of the Detroit netminders listed below, who DID NOT lead the league in wins?
Tim Cheveldae
Roger Crozier
Dominik Hasek
Johnny Mowers
Chris Osgood
Normie Smith
Mike Vernon
 


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    Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015
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  • Fan Fact

    MARCH 3, 2007:     Tayshaun Prince personally out-scored the entire home team over the final 5-mins. With the Grizzlies ahead 82-79, Prince scored ten of Detroit's final 13-P in a 92-89 Pistons win at Memphis. Chauncey Billups topped Detroit with 19-P, Prince had 17-P, Chris Webber 13-P and Rip Hamilton 12-P. Mike Miller of Memphis was game-high with 24-P. Pau Gasol had 22-P and a game-high 15-RB. Hakim Warrick scored 13-P and Rudy Gay 12 for the Grizzlies. The decision earned the Pistons a 1-1 split of a 2-game southern road trip.


    POW Award

    MATHEW CAMPAGNA
    The Plymouth Whalers made a late February move to reach the playoffs in their final OHL season by earning standings points in all three games in a three night stretch from February 26th--28th. In the first and third of those games the Whalers scored home ice wins over Sarnia and Ottawa. In between, Plymouth managed to go to overtime in a FEB 27TH loss at Sarnia. In all three of those games the Whalers got single goals from CEN Mathew Campagna, extending his goal scoring streak to four games. Acquired in a trade from Sudbury last August, Campagna leads all current Whalers with 22 goals on the season. The "overage" junior hockey player is just days shy of his 21st birthday on March 9TH. Campagna is our Player-Of-the-Week Award winner for the period of February 23rd--March 1st, 2015, his first POW Award.  



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