Feb 23, 2014; Sochi, RUSSIA; Canada head coach Mike Babcock (middle) with assistant coaches Lindy Ruff (left) and Claude Julien in the men's ice hockey gold medal game against Sweden during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games at Bolshoy Ice Dome. Mandatory Credit: Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Red Wings Weekend Update


Red Wing News

Detroit Red Wings’ Mike Babcock adds another line to amazing résumé with second gold medal for Team Canada - Detroit Free Press

Once again proving that he is the best hockey coach in the World.

In praise of Mike Babcock, who doesn’t want you to be confused - ProHockeyTalk

His focus is already back on the Detroit Red Wings.

Stephen Weiss might skip trip to Grand Rapids, stick with Red Wings - The Detroit News

Surprised about this because playing in a love game before returning to action would be the best course of action for him, unless he is not ready to return yet.

Red Wings prepared for tough post-Olympic playoff push without leader and catalyst Henrik Zetterberg - Mlive

Prepared or not, they have a lot of work ahead of them if they want to make the playoffs.

Niklas Kronwall: Swedish Detroit Red Wings’ loss to Mike Babcock’s Canada ‘doesn’t feel great’ - Detroit Free Press

A player can win Bronze, but they lose Gold.

Tatar, Jurco reflect on Olympic experience - Detroit Red Wings

I am sure it was an exciting experience for the young players in their first Olympic experience and unfortunately it could be the last if the NHL gets their way.

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