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From the Vault: Roger Weber interviews Ted Lindsay day before Red Wings' 1997 Stanley Cup win

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DETROIT – Red Wings legend Ted Lindsay died Monday, but his legacy will live on for generations.

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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. 

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The interview was recorded the day before the Detroit Red Wings' 1997 Stanley Cup victory -- the team's first in 42 years.

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You can watch Roger Weber's story above.