Apr 26, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara (33) shakes hands with Detroit Red Wings center Henrik Zetterberg (40) after game five of the first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs at TD Banknorth Garden. The Bruins won 4-2. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Red Wings Weekend Update

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Henrik Zetterberg has a hand in both Red Wings goals in Game 5 loss, reports no back problems – Mlive

Great news for the Detroit Red Wings and Zetteberg, who will be ready once next season begins.

There’s one unrestricted free agent Detroit Red Wings would like to keep, but after that … – Detroit Free Press

If the Red Wings could bring Daniel Alfredsson back into the fold next season it would be a big grab for Detroit, but I do not see Legwand or Quincey returning.

Red Wings determining whether Pavel Datsyuk needs knee surgery or summer of rest – Mlive

It is always a tough call when it come to knees just ask Daniel Cleary, but the Red Wings and Datsyuk should do whatever the doctor prescribes because he will be in Detroit for three more seasons.

In Bruins, Wings saw what they used to be — and must be again – The Detroit News

The Red Wings cannot become the Bruins if they want to succeed, but they need to figure out their special teams and not shoot themselves in the foot.

Young Wings can’t find their way in NHL playoffs – Red Wings Front

Gustav Nyquist, Tomas Tatar, Riley Sheahan, and Tomas Jurco all had chances, but none of them were able to make an impact.

Inexperience, not sticking to strengths dooms Red Wings – The Detroit News

Inexperience is an easy scapegoat, but in the end Detroit could not find a way to score and the defense was not up to snuff.

Griffins dominate Game 2, lead series 2-0 – Detroit Red Wings

Speaking of kids, the Griffins are rolling along in their first round and will receive a couple reinforcements in Riley Sheahan and Tomas Jurco.

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