Dominik Kubalik highly motivated to resurrect career with Red Wings
Two years ago, Dominik Kubalik was coming off a 30-goal season as a 24-year-old rookie, earning a Calder Trophy nomination. “I know what he has done in the past with Tampa and right now what he is doing with the Red Wings,” Kubalik said. I know it’s in me and I’m going to do everything I can do prove it. Kubalik offered his impressions of the Red Wings. It’s great to be a part of it and I’m very excited to start.”More:Projecting Red Wings’ season-opening linesBen Chiarot brings size, edge to Detroit’s defenseDavid Perron can help Red Wings in this key areamlive.com
Steve Yzerman’s signing spree sends clear message to Red Wings
The Detroit Red Wings general manager used $20 million of his roughly $30 million in cap space for a signing spree that addressed many needs and changed the look of the team to some degree. The big move was signing Ann Arbor native and University of Michigan product Andrew Copp for five years at $5.625 million per season. The Red Wings should score more, be tighter defensively and improve in special teams. The Red Wings are deeper and more skilled. Copp, Perron and Chiarot spoke with the media, and all said the same thing – this team is ready for the next step.mlive.com
Red Wings sign left wing Dominik Kubalik for two years
Detroit Red Wings general manager Steve Yzerman continued his signing spree on the first day of free agency Wednesday, inking left wing Dominik Kubalik to a two-year contract worth $2.5 million a season. Kubalik, 26, had 15 goals and 17 assists in 78 games this past season for the Chicago Blackhawks. He became an unrestricted free agent after the Blackhawks declined to make him a qualifying offer. The Red Wings earlier in the day signed center Andrew Copp for five years ($5.65 million average salary) and defensemen Ben Chiarot (four years at $4.75 million a season) and Olli Maatta (one year at $2.25 million). They also have reportedly signed left wing David Perron to a two-year deal.mlive.com
Kane scores 400th goal as Blackhawks beat Red Wings 7-2
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - FEBRUARY 28: Patrick Kane #88 of the Chicago Blackhawks celebrates his 400th career goal in the third period against the Detroit Red Wings at the United Center on February 28, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. Kane scored his 400th career goal, Kevin Lankinen made a career-high 44 saves and the Chicago Blackhawks closed out a successful February with a 7-2 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night. Bouncing back nicely from a 5-3 loss to the Red Wings on Saturday night, the Blackhawks closed out a 9-3-1 February with their third win in four games. The Red Wings played without captain Dylan Larkin for the second straight game because of an upper-body injury. The Red Wings, who put 21 shots on net in the first, got one back when Gagner redirected Jon Merrill's shot past Lankinen with 2:09 to go.
Red Wings beat Blackhawks, 5-3, win second straight
The Red Wings defeated the Blackhawks 5-3. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)CHICAGO – Frans Nielsen had a goal and an assist and the Detroit Red Wings beat the Chicago Blackhawks 5-3 on Saturday night for their second straight victory. AdThe Red Wings made it 3-1 with their first power-play goal in 15 games with 1:33 left in the second. The Red Wings’ Svechnikov beat Subban from the doorstep for a 4-1 lead 2:33 into the third. UP NEXTThe Red Wings and Blackhawks meet again at United Center on Sunday night.
Red Wings lose to Blackhawks, 3-2, in overtime
DETROIT, MICHIGAN - FEBRUARY 15: Thomas Greiss #29 of the Detroit Red Wings watches a first period goal get past him while playing the Chicago Blackhawks at Little Caesars Arena on February 15, 2021 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)DETROIT – Dominik Kubalik scored his second goal of the game 4:43 into overtime, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 on Monday night. After a scoreless second, Christian Djoos pulled the Red Wings into a tie early in the third. Greiss made 21 saves for the Red Wings, who failed to follow up a win with another victory for the fourth time this season. COLD BEERThe Red Wings opened some concessions stands for the first time this season, allowing about 200 people attending the game to buy food and drink.
Blackhawks Need OT To Beat Wings 3-2
Dominik Kubalik scored his second goal of the game 4:43 into overtime, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Detroit Red Wings 3-2 on Monday night. “It wasn’t our best, but we still found a way to win it and that’s huge,” Kubalik said. After a scoreless second, Christian Djoos pulled the Red Wings into a tie early in the third. Greiss made 21 saves for the Red Wings, who failed to follow up a win with another victory for the fourth time this season. COLD BEERThe Red Wings opened some concession stands for the first time this season, allowing about 200 people attending the game to buy food and drink.detroit.cbslocal.com
Red Wings’ strong effort spoiled by Blackhawks in overtime
DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings once again played good enough to win Monday but could not find a way to win. The Red Wings (4-10-3) were trying to win back-to-back games for the first time this season. The surprising Blackhawks (8-5-4) are 8-2-4 in their past 14, which includes three victories over the Red Wings. The Red Wings failed to score on a pair of power-play opportunities. The Red Wings started strong and had a good opening period but dug themselves a hole.mlive.com
Red Wings Give Up 2 Goal Lead
Ever since he made his NHL debut almost two years ago, Dylan Sikura has been asked about when he might score his first goal for the Chicago Blackhawks. Sikura, Dylan Strome and Adam Boqvist scored, helping Chicago rally for a 4-2 victory over the lowly Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night. Filip Zadina and Luke Glendening scored for the NHL-worst Red Wings (10-30-3), and Jimmy Howard made 23 stops. It was the fourth goal of the season for the 20-year-old Zadina, who was selected by the Red Wings with the No. The Red Wings host the Blackhawks on March 6.detroit.cbslocal.com