April 30, 2013

Jim Nill Not Ready To Address Dallas Stars Coaching Situation

New Dallas Stars general manager Jim Nill talked a lot about culture change Monday. He wasn’t ready to discuss a coaching change. Nill was formally introduced by the team after spending the past 15 years as an assistant GM with the Detroit Red Wings, who just extended the longest playoff streak in North American pro sports to 22 […]

Read More..>>
April 29, 2013

Dallas Stars Fire Joe Nieuwendyk, Hire Jim Nill As Replacement

The Dallas Stars have fired Joe Nieuwendyk as general manager, the team said Sunday. Two sources told ESPN.com’s Pierre LeBrun the Stars have hired Detroit Red Wings assistant GM Jim Nill to replace Nieuwendyk. “I believe it is time to take this organization in a different direction with our intentions set on returning to the elite of […]

Read More..>>
April 22, 2013

Quick Hits: Damien Brunner, Joey MacDonald, Stefan Matteau

Re-signing forward Damien Brunner is believed to be a priority for the Detroit Red Wings this summer. Ansar Khan of MLive.com suggests there’s “no question” the Red Wings will try to extend the unrestricted free agent-to-be, but proposed money and term is more difficult to predict.”Given that he doesn’t have a proven track record in the NHL, they might look to […]

Read More..>>
April 18, 2013

NHL Signing:Detroit Red Wings, Jimmy Howard Agree To Six-Year Contract Extension

The Detroit Red Wings and goalie Jimmy Howard agreed to a $31.8 million, six-year contract Tuesday, keeping him off the market as a free agent this summer. The 29-year-old Howard is in his fourth season as the Red Wings top goalie. “We’re extremely pleased to have Jimmy under contract for the next six seasons,” general manager Ken Holland said. […]

Read More..>>
April 12, 2013

Detroit Red Wings, Jimmy Howard Close To Six-Year Contract Extension

Jimmy Howard and the Detroit Red Wings are finalizing the last details on a new contract that would keep the goalie in Detroit long term. “It’s close,” he told ESPN.com. Howard confirmed with reporters that it’s a six-year deal, with TSN reporting that it’s worth about $5.3 million per season. As the Red Wings have battled to stay in […]

Read More..>>
April 10, 2013

Injury Notes: Marc Staal, Darren Helm, Sidney Crosby

New York Rangers defenseman Marc Staal resumed skating this week. It is the first time Staal has returned to the ice since sustaining an eye injury against the Philadelphia Flyers on March 5. Staal was struck in the face with a deflected shot, which resulted in an orbital fracture. Detroit Red Wings center Darren Helm is expected to miss the remainder […]

Read More..>>
April 8, 2013

NHL Discussing Having Multiple Outdoor Games

The NHL officially announced the 2014 Winter Classic between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings to be played on New Year’s Day but it’s sounding like it won’t be the lone outdoor game next season. NHL COO John Collins said the league is in high level discussions with the NHL’s Board of Governors, interested teams and the […]

Read More..>>
April 7, 2013

Detroit Red Wings And Toronto Maple Leafs To Play In 2014 Winter Classic

In an announcement Sunday morning at Joe Louis Arena, Commissioner Gary Bettman formally confirmed that the 2014 Bridgetone NHL Winter Classic will be played at Michigan Stadium between the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs on Jan. 1, 2014. If that sounds familiar, it’s because that was the plan for the 2013 Winter Classic […]

Read More..>>
April 5, 2013

Detroit Red Wings Tried To Make Moves At Trade Deadline

Red Wings GM Ken Holland was active leading up to the trade deadline, but wasn’t able to finalize a deal with another team, the Detroit News reports. Holland made competitive offers for several players in the final week prior to the deadline, but nothing materialized. “When you look at what transpired, you can figure out […]

Read More..>>
April 3, 2013

NHL Trade Rumors: Detroit Red Wings, Vancouver Canucks

The Detroit Red Wings aren’t looking to add depth players as the NHL trade deadline approaches, and the players they were most interested in already have been dealt to other teams. That list includes defenseman Jay Bouwmeester and forwards Jaromir Jagr and Jarome Iginla. Bob McKenzie tweeted that after the Vancouver Canucks acquired Derek Roy, they let the Leafs […]

Read More..>>


© 2011 - 2017 | NHL Trade Report is not affiliated with the National Hockey League, NHL, or NHL.com

Sitemap | News Sitemap | Entries RSS