Celebrating history, retro games, and the big top rolling in
It’s the first weekend in November and that means many of the spooky Halloween events have come to an end, but there’s still fun to be had in the D. If you plan to attend one or both of the next two Detroit Red Wings games at Little Caesars Arena, get ready to celebrate. The Wings will celebrate the 1997 Stanley Cup Championship during Thursday’s 7pm game but you’ll want to be in your seats by 6pm to catch the special celebration. Then on Saturday there will be a celebration for the 1998 Stanley Cup Championship. The game is at 1pm, but you’ll want to be seated by noon for the special event. More than 30 players, coaches and staff from that time are coming back to Detroit for the festivities. Commemorative merchandise will be available in the team store. If you can’t make the games, there’s a new exhibit featuring the stories of the 1997 Red Wings opening Saturday November 5 at the Detroit Historical Museum in Midtown.
Stanley Cup Playoffs on May 19 - Lightning vs. Panthers, Blues vs. Avalanche | Faceoff, How to Watch, Preview
EASTERN CONFERENCEAtlantic Division(3) Tampa Bay Lightning vs. (1) Florida Panthers (Lightning lead 1-0)Time: 7 p.m. Despite Anthony Duclair scoring first for the Panthers, that is all Florida would get in game one. Watch the NHL Playoffs on FuboTV (7-day free trial)WESTERN CONFERENCECentral Division(3) St. Louis Blues vs. (1) Colorado Avalanche (Avalanche lead 1-0)Time: 9:30 p.m. ETWhere: Ball Arena (Denver, Colo.)Channel: TNTStream: Sling, DirecTV StreamThe Avs and Blues went at it in game one, well maybe the Avs went more at the Blues. The Blues showed that they can stay in games with the overpowering Avs, albeit if their goaltender plays out his mind.mlive.com