Detroit Red Wings vs. Edmonton Oilers - NHL (3/15/22) | Faceoff, How to Watch, Preview
After suffering another loss on Saturday night, the Detroit Red Wings continue on their Western Canada road trip, hoping to end their five-game losing streak when they take on the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. The Red Wings had a tough time in their first game of the road trip against the Calgary Flames. Watch the Detroit Red Wings on DirecTV StreamDespite the Wings losing their fourth-straight games, Thomas Greiss had himself a solid outing, doing everything he could to keep the Wings in the game, stopping 40 shots in the losing effort. Check out more stories about the Detroit Red Wings here on MLiveWhat: NHL HockeyWho: Detroit Red Wings (24-28-7) vs. Edmonton Oilers (32-23-4)When: Tuesday, March 15Time: 9:00 p.m. ETWhere: Rogers Place (Edmonton, Alberta)Channel: Bally Sports DetroitStream: DirecTV StreamCheck out the NHL standings and results on NHL.commlive.com
Red Wings fall to Flames despite strong effort from Thomas Greiss
Thomas Greiss kept the Detroit Red Wings in the game Saturday when they could have been blown out in the first period. But the Red Wings couldn’t muster any offense in a 3-0 loss to the Calgary Flames at the Saddledome, wasting a strong 40-save performance from Greiss. Calgary scored twice on the power play, sending the Red Wings (24-28-7) to their season-high fifth consecutive loss (0-4-1). The Red Wings have allowed nine power-play goals on 14 opportunities over the past six games. Filip Hronek registered the Red Wings’ lone shot in the period, at 4:18.mlive.com
Detroit Red Wings vs. Montreal Canadiens - NHL (10/23/21) | How to Watch, Start Time
The Wings are now 2-1-1 this season, but were shutout in their last game when they hosted the Calgary Flames. Despite outshooting the Flames 33-29, Detroit could not get one by Flames’ netminder Jacob Markstrom, losing 3-0. It marked the first time this season the Wings have been shutout after going scoreless in seven games in the abbreviated 56-game regular season last year. Watch the Detroit Red Wings on DirecTV StreamMontreal is coming off its first Stanley Cup Finals appearance since 1993. Check out more stories about the Detroit Red Wings here on MLiveWhat: NHL HockeyWho: Detroit Red Wings vs. Montreal CanadiensWhen: Saturday, October 23Time: 7:00 p.m.mlive.com
Calgary Flames vs. Detroit Red Wings - NHL (10/21/21) | How to Watch, Start Time
The Detroit Red Wings are having a solid start to their 2020-21 season. The Red Wings have won back-to-back games since dropping their season opener in overtime to the defending Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lightning. Watch the Detroit Red Wings on DirecTV StreamThe Flames are trying to bounce back after a disappointing 2020-21 season, but have not had the most ideal starts to this season. What: NHL HockeyWho: Calgary Flames vs. Detroit Red WingsWhen: Thursday, October 21Time: 7:30 p.m. ETWhere: Little Caesars Arena (Detroit, Mich.)Channel: Bally Sports DetroitStream: DirecTV StreamCheck out the NHL standings and results on NHL.commlive.com
Lundqvist to Caps, goalie carousel spins in NHL free agency
Lundqvist signed with the Capitals when free agency opened Friday, Oct. 9, 2020. (AP Photo/Nick Wass, File)Nets around the NHL will look very different next season after a flurry of musical goaltenders in free agency. "You saw the goalie carousel take place," said San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson, who traded for goalie Devan Dubnyk this week. 1 goalies.”After trading Dubnyk to San Jose, the Minnesota Wild signed former Flames goalie Cam Talbot to an $11 million, three-year deal. After losing series to them in 2009 and 2011, Lundqvist eliminated the Capitals three times: 2012, 2013 and 2015.
NHL free agency opens today: Follow Red Wings updates
The NHL free agency signing period is scheduled to begin at 12 p.m. The Detroit Red Wings could be quite active after offloading several contracts over the past month, most notably buying out forward Justin Abdelkader’s costly salary. The Red Wings currently have $27 million in free cap space, according to CapFriendly. I really can’t stop looking at that page -- it’s a wonderful sight for Red Wings fans. Related: Red Wings agree to 1-year extensions with Erne, HiroseFollow NHL free agency updates here:
Red Wings in 2020 NHL Draft: Follow updates here
The 2020 NHL Draft got started Tuesday night with the first round. The Detroit Red Wings selected Swedish forward Lucas Raymond at 4th overall, then Swedish defenseman William Wallinder at 32nd overall. Here’s another look at Detroit Red Wings GM Steve Yzerman’s list of picks in this draft -- he started with 10 picks but added another in a trade with the Los Angeles Kings, and then another in a trade with the Minnesota Wild. He did trade away the 125th pick for a future pick:Read more: Red Wings' Kris Draper drafts his son, Kienan Draper, in 7th roundFull first-round draft order:Sign up here for the latest news on the team and from around the league, and some jokes (good ones). Follow live draft updates here:
2020 NHL draft this week: Red Wings have 4th overall pick
Here’s another look at Detroit Red Wings GM Steve Yzerman’s list of picks in this draft:That’s 10 draft picks altogether for the Red Wings this year. Mock drafts have Red Wings picking forwardYzerman is going to pick the best player available. That likely means the Red Wings will select a forward at 4th overall, barring any crazy trades. I fully expect the Red Wings to be extremely busy in free agency. Here are some of the names attached to the Red Wings right now:Goalie of the Vancouver Canucks -- With Jimmy Howard moving on, the Red Wings need another goalie.
Canucks cruise to 5-2 win over Vegas, even series 1-1
Tanner Pearson also scored for Vancouver, and Jacob Markstrom stopped 38 shots including 21 in the second period. It was the first game back for Toffoli since the first game of the qualifying round against Minnesota on Aug. 2. Toffoli, standing behind the net, delivered a tape-to-tape pass to an incoming Horvat, who blasted it past Lehner. Horvat scored his second goal by taking Brock Boeser's backhanded pass in front and tucking it past Lehner for his eighth playoff goal. Pearson added the final Vancouver goal into an empty net.