Mar 29, 2014; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Detroit Red Wings defenseman Kyle Quincey (27) warms up before playing against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports

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Kyle Quincey quietly has been one of Red Wings’ most-improved players second half of season – Mlive

Everyone continues to rag on Quincey, but he has been solid for Detroit in the second half of the season.

The kids – and Daniel Alfredsson – are all right as Detroit Red Wings gear up for playoff run – Detroit Free Press

Alfredsson has been a steady force on the Wings’ third line and the Kid Line is growing up in front of our eyes.

Kids helped Wings reach playoffs a 23rd consecutive season. “They’re not going anywhere,” Babcock says. – Red Wings Front

The only kid who might see his time taken away would be Jurco when Zetterberg returns, but each and every one of them have been important for Detroit and will not be back in Grand Rapids.

Red Wings will head into playoffs with confidence, whether it’s Boston or Pittsburgh in first round – Mlive

The Red Wings have  played well down the stretch and will be ready once the playoffs start.

Sheahan makes his point with late goal – Detroit Red Wings

Sheahan is sixth among rookies with at least 30 games in points per game.

Promise for the future: Goaltender Petr Mrazek among Griffins earning AHL honors – Detroit Free Press

Petr Mrazek and Adam Alquist were named to the second AHL All-Star team and Ryan Sproul and Teemu Pulkkinen were named to the All-Rookie team.

Red Wings’ Henrik Zetterberg skating again; G Jared Coreau recalled – The Detroit News

Zetterberg is skating, but not practicing and Coreau will back-up Howard.

Zetterberg, Ericsson most likely won’t be ready for start of playoffs – Red Wings Front

Zetterberg should be back before Ericsson, but only time will tell when either player can return to the ice.

Two Dueling opinions about Brendan Smith from Winging it in Motown

Evaluating Brendan Smith - Good Smith.

A Different Look at the Brendan Smith Numbers - Not so good Smith

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