The Detroit Red Wings expect to be shorthanded when they travel to Montreal to battle the Canadiens on Oct. 23. GM Steve Yzerman told reporters including Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press that Tyler Bertuzzi, the Red Wings’ third-highest paid forward, has declined the COVID-19 vaccine, and the team anticipates that he will not travel with the club to Canada this season.
DETROIT -- In addition to training some of the world's best hockey players for optimum performance, the Detroit Red Wings are also focused on fueling youth and families in Hockeytown to help build a hunger-free community. Throughout last week, the Red Wings and Kroger teamed up to provide 2,000 breakfast...
Detroit opens training camp fueled by youth, new faces. DETROIT -- The Detroit Red Wings open training camp on Thursday in Traverse City, marking the beginning of the NHL season, and a chance for a young Red Wings team to take steps forward. After a 2020-21 season in which the Wings finished seventh in their division, the front office spent the offseason taking steps to further accelerate the rebuild. That meant adding center Pius Suter, defenseman Nick Leddy and goaltender Alex Nedeljkovic, among others, in addition to building via the draft. In the sort of process the Red Wings are in, though, the passage of time is just as valuable as anything else.
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The Islanders have come close to the Stanley Cup final the past two seasons. So close that recovering from the emotionally draining experience of falling short — for a second time — was likely just as important this offseason as was physical recuperation. General manager Lou Lamoriello vowed to do...
What's to say about the Joe Louis Arena that already hasn't been said? One of the most iconic arenas in sports history saw some of the most memorable sports events in Detroit's storied history.Two of the Red Wings four Stanley Cup championships were clinched at Joe Louis Arena in 1997 and 2002. But in April 2017, the Red Wings hosted their final game at Joe Louis Arena, then began playing in the new Little Caesars Arena the following year. The arena closed on July 29, 2017. A few years later, demolition started in the spring of 2019 and was completed by late summer 2020.
Tyler Bertuzzi is the only Detroit Red Wings player not vaccinated against COVID-19, General Manager Steve Yzerman announced Wednesday. This means Bertuzzi won’t be able to play games in Canada. The Red Wings play eight games in Canada this season. NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly estimated earlier this month that...
Training Camp for the Detroit Red Wings starts on Thursday, Sept. 23 at Centre ICE Arena in Traverse City. The camp will run until Tuesday September 28. The Red Wings will play eight exhibition games in 10 days beginning Wednesday, Sept. 29 at the United Center in Chicago against the Black Hawks.
With training camp practices set to begin Thursday in Traverse City, the Red Wings released the training camp roster and schedule early Wednesday. The team will bring 35 forwards, 20 defensemen, and seven goalies:. An interesting tidbit: Kirill Tyutyayev will suit up for the Grand Rapids Griffins this season, so...
The Detroit Red Wings play nine games in Canada this season, and as of now, they will be without one of their best players for all of them. That is because Tyler Bertuzzi is the lone Red Wing who has opted not to get vaccinated for COVID-19, general manager Steve Yzerman said Wednesday on the eve of training camp.
Who else replays those 1990s and 2000s Detroit Red Wings moments whenever you see the front office staff either step to the podium, take in a hockey game from the stands or a suite, take questions from the media, or talk about scouting?. These days, with Steve Yzerman as general...
The Florida Panthers are back in the building as they report to the newly named FLA Live Arena for the start of training camp in preparation for the 2021-22 NHL season. The players won’t be on the ice today. No, today is about players getting physicals, talking to the local...
With the return of the Penguins to training camp also comes the return of Pens Points, your morning links to the news to know around Pittsburgh and across the NHL. The on-ice portion begins tomorrow, and the team has released a full schedule of practices and scrimmages. [Penguins.com]. Wrap up...
Tyler Bertuzzi is the only player on the Detroit Red Wings who has refused to take the COVID-19 vaccine. As a result, Bertuzzi will only be allowed to play games in the United States until he decides to get vaccinated. General Manager Steve Yzerman held a press conference today indicating...
Every team has a handful of players that could significantly alter the course of their season. Not necessarily the best player, or even a new player, but somebody that could make-or-break how things go based largely on their own individual performance. Maybe they are taking on a new role, or an increased role, or trying to fill a spot vacated by a departing player. Or maybe it is just somebody that is ready to take a significant leap forward in their development or career.
The Detroit Red Wings are ramping things up as training camp begins later this week. The team announced Tuesday that they would be extending a professional tryout offer to forward Bobby Ryan, who became a fan favorite during the 2020-21 season. As the Detroit Red Wings head towards the start...
The Detroit Red Wings transitioned a bit to youth last season, expanding roles for Filip Hronek, Filip Zadina and Michael Rasmussen. That trend will continue this season with top defense prospect Moritz Seider and gritty winger Givani Smith starting the season on the roster and, possibly, skilled forwards Joe Veleno, Lucas Raymond and Jonatan Berggren joining the mix at some point.
Detroit — The Red Wings will be ready to hit the ice Thursday for the first day of training camp and in this new world are all vaccinated — except for Tyler Bertuzzi. General manager Steve Yzerman, in his pre-training camp Zoom session Wednesday, said Bertuzzi is the lone player to choose to not be vaccinated heading into the season.