Dylan McIlrath

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Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 236
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Birth Place: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Draft: 2010 1st round (10th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Detroit Lions denounce use of their logo in alt-right Charlottesville protest
    Detroit Free Press

    Detroit Lions denounce use of their logo in alt-right Charlottesville protest

    The Detroit Lions became the second professional sports team in Detroit to have a facsimile of their logo displayed in the violent and deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend. A Getty Images photo published Saturday showed a man at the rally holding a shield with a logo that appears similar to the leaping lion logo used by Detroit’s NFL team. Unlike the Lions’ official logo, which is only light blue in color, the lion in the Getty Images photo is half red and half blue and includes some stars. The shield includes the Swedish phrase "Nog Ar Nog," which means "enough is enough." The Lions issued a statement through spokesman Bill Keenist on Tuesday, but had no further

  • The Charlotte Observer

    Pistons open at new arena Oct. 18 against Charlotte

    The Detroit Pistons are set to play their first game at Little Caesars Arena on Oct. 18 against the Charlotte Hornets. The Pistons released their 2017-18 schedule on Monday, and they'll begin their season with the game against the Hornets. The Pistons are moving to the downtown arena after nearly three decades in suburban Auburn Hills. The Detroit Red Wings will also play at the new arena. They will open their season at home Oct. 5 against Minnesota.

  • Detroit Red Wings analysis: How much more can defenseman Niklas Kronwall give?
    Detroit Free Press4 hours ago

    Detroit Red Wings analysis: How much more can defenseman Niklas Kronwall give?

    August is the quietest month in hockey, perfect for deeper looks at Detroit Red Wings players. Today’s focal point: Defenseman Niklas Kronwall. Looking back: 2 goals, 11 assists, minus-7 in 57 games. Kronwall missed the first month of the season because of a knee problem. He has said the issue is not something that can be bettered via surgery, but really only can be addressed with therapy and workouts. Kronwall missed eight games mid-season, and often sat out practices. He seemed better later in the season, playing in 27 of the last 28 games, and while he clearly is hampered in his skating, his hockey smarts are intact. Looking at money: Signed through 2018-19 with an annual average value of