Detroit Red Wings

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  • Goals For
    209 GF
  • Goals Against
    219 GA
  • Power Play %
    18.8 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    81.5 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    724 PIM
  • Red Wings approach training camp with an expensive goalie situation
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    Red Wings approach training camp with an expensive goalie situation

    This post is part of Detroit Red Wings day at PHT… There was a stretch in January when Petr Mrazek wasn’t unbeatable, but it may have felt that way. He allowed only 12 goals during a nine-game stretch. Subsequently, he posted a 7-1-1 record that month. Then, there was a stretch in February and into March when he gave up 24 goals in eight appearances, including a trio of five-spots and that got people talking. His coach, Jeff Blashill, said at the time that such a run in January — citing a .956 save percentage — simply wasn’t sustainable and that Mrazek’s struggles a short time later were part of the ebb and flow of a season. When the playoffs began, Jimmy Howard started the first-round series

  • Las Vegas NHL team hires former Habs scout Karpan as director of player personnel
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    Las Vegas NHL team hires former Habs scout Karpan as director of player personnel

    Another day, another hire for the Las Vegas NHL franchise. On Tuesday, the team named Vaughn Karpan as its new director of player personnel. He most recently held the title of director of professional scouting with the Montreal Canadiens. Karpan joined the Habs in 2005, after spending 13 years with the Coyotes franchise, including five years as director of amateur scouting. This latest move comes after the Vegas franchise named Murray Craven as a senior vice president. Craven had been an advisor to owner Bill Foley during the process of getting an NHL team in Las Vegas and hiring a general manager. Craven will be responsible for establishing the club’s top minor-league affiliate in the American

  • A healthy Robin Lehner in net would boost Sabres playoff hopes
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    A healthy Robin Lehner in net would boost Sabres playoff hopes

    This post is part of Buffalo Sabres day at PHT… It seemed Robin Lehner‘s 2015-16 season was defined by two things. — A) A skirmish involving him and Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Jack Johnson. And judging by the replays, Lehner, the Buffalo Sabres goalie, was more than willing to have a go. — B) A high-ankle sprain — a far more pressing issue than getting into a scrum and grabbing an opposing player — suffered in the first game of last season with his new team. OK. Option ‘A’ is a bit of a spoof. However, option ‘B’ is not. The ankle issue, which included a setback before he was able to finally return to the lineup, reached a pinnacle when the Sabres announced Lehner had undergone surgery