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
  • Wild officially change goal song to Prince’s ‘Let’s Go Crazy’
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    Wild officially change goal song to Prince’s ‘Let’s Go Crazy’

    In what might be the most Minnesota post you’ll ever see on Buffalo day, the Wild have announced they’ve officially changed their goal song to Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy.” The announcement, made on Monday afternoon, came after the club surveyed season ticket holders to see how they felt about making the move a permanent one. During the playoffs — Game 6 of their opening-round series against Dallas, to be specific — the Wild made the temporary goal song switch to commemorate their beloved hometown artist, who passed away on April 21. “Our in-arena experience is designed for the fans, so it’s great to be able to show them we take their feedback to heart,” said Wild vice president of brand, content

  • 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

  • ‘I feel like my old self’: Carey Price (knee) is ready to go
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    ‘I feel like my old self’: Carey Price (knee) is ready to go

    The Canadiens’ 2015-16 season started with so much promise. The team got off to a 9-0-0 start and everything seemed to be going according to plan. Unfortunately for Montreal, star goaltender Carey Price injured his knee in November and never returned. The Canadiens fell apart while Price watched from the press box. Now, some good news. Price was deemed 100 percent healthy earlier this summer and on Monday, Price admitted to NHL.com that he felt “like my old self on the ice.” Even though he’s feeling good again, Price says that the injury is still in the back of his mind. That’s normal, considering he hasn’t started a game in almost a year. The next time we see the 29-year-old may be at the upcoming