DETROIT – Red Wings legend Ted Lindsay died Monday, but his legacy will live on for generations.
The iconic player was responsible for many hockey traditions. In 1997, WDIV's Roger Weber spoke with Lindsay about his legacy, the then-new success of the Wings under Steve Yzerman and more.
The interview was recorded the day before the Detroit Red Wings' 1997 Stanley Cup victory -- the team's first in 42 years.
You can watch Roger Weber's story above.