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Deja Vu All Over Again: Learning From the Summer of 2012 – Winging it in Motown

A cautionary tale on how the Detroit Red Wings should not spend their money this off-season.

Five questions with Wings GM Ken Holland – The Windsor Star

Bob Duff asked a few tough questions and received some solid answers from Ken Holland.

Red Wings GM Ken Holland says youth movement working – The Detroit News

With the production Detroit has received from DeKeyser, Sheahan, Nyquist, Tatar, Jurco I believe it is safe to say Holland is right about the youth movement.

Gustavsson inks one-year $1.85 million deal to remain with Wings – Red Wings Front

It is official and $1.85M is a decent deal for a back-up.

Daniel Alfredsson wants to return to Detroit Red Wings, but will back hold up? – Detroit Free Press

Alfredsson was a key member of the Red Wings, but back spasms caused him issues all season and could cause him to miss more game next season.

Red Wings would be better off dealing than signing with this free-agent crop - The Detroit News

It is a shallow class of free agents and the prices could skyrocket, then again the trade market will not be much better.

Red Wings Firsts: Tomas Jurco – Detroit Red Wings

It took Jurco a week and a pass from Drew Miller to score his first NHL goal, but it was a great one.

Detroit Red Wings prospect Adam Almquist headed to Russia – Detroit Free Press

Almqvist was tired of being stuck in the AHL with Grand Rapids and a move to the KHL could help his development. The Wings will retain his NHL rights.

Red Wings prospects Tyler Bertuzzi, Zach Nastasiuk invited to Canadian junior camp – Mlive

Both players have a good chance at making the team, but I have to think Tyler Bertuzzi has a guaranteed spot after his play in the OHL Playoffs and Memorial Cup.

Former Detroit Red Wings center Mike Modano calls Hall of Fame election ‘pinnacle’ of career – Mlive

He only played games with the Wings, but I will always remember watch Modano score his first goal in the winged wheel.

Hall of Fame-bound Dominik Hasek has fond memories of star-laden 2001-02 Red Wings – Mlive

Hasek becomes the seventh player from the 2001-02 Detroit Red Wings to make the Hall of Fame.

Modano and Hasek continue another Detroit Red Wings’ tradition, consecutive Hall of Fame nominations and have now extended the Wings’ streak from six to seven years.

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