January 22, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Red Wings center Damien Brunner (right) receives congratulations from Pavel Datsyuk (13) and Henrik Zetterberg (40) after scoring against the Dallas Stars in the third period at Joe Louis Arena. Dallas won 2-1. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Wings Links of the Week

Red Wing News


Red Wings hope some line-juggling, return of a few injured players will provide boost – Mlive

The Wings have to try something new because nothing is working right now. Scoring is inconsistent at best and special teams are a disaster.


Damien Brunner a net gain for Red Wings so far - The Detroit News

Damien Brunner has all the skills to be a star for the Wings this season and he is looking forward to producing goals for the team.


Babcock sees “opportunity” in all the Wings’ injuries - ProHockeyTalk

Brian Lashoff and Corey Emmerton are receiving a lot of chances while the Wings are injured and they are making the most of their shot.


Wings’ power play issues same as last season - Red Wings Front

The Red Wings need to fix their zone entry on the power play and create more quality chances because a 0-15 power play is horrendous.


Doing the Unthinkable: Defending the Defense - Third Round Draft Pick

Well everyone except Quincey. By the way the second goal in the Stars game was not Quincey’s fault in the least; just throwing that out there.


Holmstrom News


Goalies rejoice, Holmstrom retires - Detroit Red Wings

Holmstrom leaves them laughing - Detroit Red Wings

Tomas Holmstrom’s Retirement And Legacy - Octopus Thrower

The Red Wings and the fans are going to miss Tomas Holmstrom. Not only because he has been with the Red Wings for 15 years and won 4 Stanley Cups, but because he always gave up his body for the team. Whether it was in his first years where he was hitting everything that moved or later in his career where he went straight to his office on the power play. He never gave up and did everything he could to help the team. We will miss your big butt out there Homer.


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