Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Detroit Red Wings - NHL (4/23/22) | Faceoff, How to Watch, Preview
Following their quick trip through Florida, the Detroit Red Wings come back home for the last time for the 2021-22 season, hoping to give the hometown crowd something to cheer for as they host the Pittsburgh Penguins Saturday afternoon. However, the loss on Thursday marks the third in the last four for the Wings, and are 4-6-1 here in the month of April. The Wings and Penguins split the first two meetings of the season in the Steel City, with Detroit winning in overtime in January, before Pittsburgh hammered the Red Wings 11-2 last month. Check out more stories about the Detroit Red Wings here on MLiveWhat: NHL HockeyWho: Pittsburgh Penguins (44-23-11) vs. Detroit Red Wings (30-38-10)When: Saturday, April 23Time: 12:30 p.m. ETWhere: Little Caesars Arena (Detroit, Mich.)Channel: Bally Sports Detroit, NHL NetworkStream: FuboTV (7-day free trial), Sling, DirecTV StreamCheck out the NHL standings and results on NHL.commlive.com
Red Wings’ Dylan Larkin says neck injury won’t slow him down
Detroit Red Wings captain Dylan Larkin said he felt “great” Thursday, following his first actual practice since a neck injury late last season left him hospitalized, in a brace and in a lot of pain. “It felt great to be back out there with the guys,” Larkin said. “We’ve been skating for a while with the guys at LCA; it’s the real deal here in Traverse City. “I don’t think I thought about (the injury) much today, which is a great sign and I just think for myself, why take a risk right now?” Larkin said. “Our medical staff has done a great job since the night of the injury to make sure I’m here today and playing and healthy,” Larkin said.mlive.com
Little Caesars will buy naming rights to your hockey viewing room, give you free Crazy Bread
DETROIT – Alright, here’s something weird, but kind of intriguing. Little Caesars said it wants to buy the naming rights to living rooms, basements, and anywhere NHL hockey is watched. In exchange for signing a naming rights contract for your viewing space, you can get paid in Crazy Bread every single week for the remainder of the NHL season. As part of the contract, fans will agree to always refer to their living rooms (or wherever they watch the games) as the “Little Caesars NHL Viewing Room.”As payment, contract signors receive a code for free Crazy Bread in their emails every Wednesday throughout the rest of the NHL season (with any pizza purchase). A copy of the official naming rights contract can be viewed here: pizzanighthockey.com/naming-rightsAdThe first 600 fans to sign a naming rights contract get an even sweeter deal:
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Detroit’s Little Caesars Arena to host regional round of 2024 NCAA Tournament
DETROIT – Detroit will be one of four regional hosts for the 2024 NCAA men’s basketball tournament. It will be the third time Little Caesars Arena has hosted NCAA Tournament action. The arena hosted first- and second-round games in 2018 and will do the same for the 2021 tournament. The NCAA listed the University of Detroit Mercy and Oakland University as official co-hosts of the region. Click here to view the NCAA’s full announcement of host site selections from 2023 to 2026.
Kid Rock lists money he has donated to city after Made in Detroit restaurant closure announcement
DETROIT – Kid Rock took to Facebook on Wednesday, pointing out all he has done for Detroit after news his restaurant at Little Caesars Arena is closing. The singer will not be renewing the lease for his Made in Detroit restaurant when it is up in April. Olympia Development of Michigan released this statement from Chris Granger, the group president of sports and entertainment at Ilitch Holdings:“We have been in contact with Kid Rock. He has voluntarily decided not to renew his licensing agreement for the Kid Rock’s Made in Detroit restaurant which comes up for renewal in April. 250k donated to Eastern Market for the Kid Rock community kitchen250k donated for the Barbara Bush reading innovative in Detroit1m raised to help save The DSO, many, many more 10’s if not 100’s of thousands of dollars raised and donated in Detroit by Kid Rock"
Metro Detroit bands take on 'the best band on the planet' with Radiohead Night at the Loving Touch
Austin Evans EighmeyThom Yorke during Radiohead's 2018 performance at LCA. There are two camps of people: those who like Radiohead and those who live, breathe, and eternally suck the teat of the longstanding pioneers of art-rock until theyre drunk on Thom Yorkes marble-mouthed wisdom. Well, back by popular demand is an evening for those who fall into the latter category. Doors open at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 26, at the Loving Touch; 22634 Woodward Ave., Ferndale; 248-820-5596; thelovingtouchferndale.com. Event is free before 8 p.m., and $5 after.metrotimes.com