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Red Wings outlook: Niklas Kronwall will continue to be team's workhorse on defense | MLive.com
Kronwall is only behind Datsyuk and Zetterberg in my book of the Wings' most valuable players. He brings a whole other dimension to our questionable defense.

Do the Detroit Red Wings Need Daniel Alfredsson? | The Detroit Sports Site
From my point of view, as long as his contract is not outrageous, re-signing Alfredsson is only a positive. He brings a lot to the team, and he is still good enough to play, based off of what we saw last season. If he wants to play another season, sign him.

Babcock is convinced healthy Cleary could be impact player for Wings | FOX Sports
This may be one of those moments where Babcock and Holland outsmart all of us. Or, maybe not.

Howard Adds "Ghost Stripes" to Classic Red Wings Design - The Goalie Magazine - InGoalMag.com
Here's a preview of Jimmy Howard's new goalie mask. Personally, I think it looks slick.

Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg healthy, excited to get on ice again | The Detroit News
Our captain. Our best player. Our most valuable player. Our leader.

NHL News

Settlement finally reached on Bertuzzi-Moore civil suit | TSN
Finally, we can close the book on this long, painful, and controversial chapter of NHL history.

Martin Brodeur wants to play for Stanley Cup contender | USA Today
Brodeur said that multiple teams have reached out to him, but none of them have been "interesting enough" for him to sign with. He wants to play for the Canadiens, although they have not contacted Marty yet. If he really wants to play for another season, he may have to settle for a non-contender.

Tyson Barrie re-signs with Colorado, unaffected by Schultz’s riches | Puck Daddy
Barrie has signed a two-year, $5.2 million deal with the Avalanche. A good bridge contract for both sides.

Rick DiPietro has a new career on sports talk radio | ProHockeyTalk

It's a shame that DiPietro's career never worked out they way that he planned. I mean, he was the first overall pick back in 2000. His new occupation is a little less injury-prone. Although, sore throats are far from fun.

Sedins' rebound depends on staying healthy - Sportsnet.ca
Both Sedin's had below-average season's last year for the Canucks. They are not getting any younger, and their glory days may be behind them. But, I have a feeling that the Canucks' new head coach Willie Desjardins will use the Sedin's skill sets better than the way Tortorella used them.

What’s new in NHL 15? It’s a matter of physics | The Hockey News
NHL 15 is coming out in a few days. Here are some of the game's new features.

Hockey’s Green Bay Packers? ECHL Elmira Jackals become ‘community owned’ | Puck Daddy
One of the greatest differences between European sports and North American sports is that many of the European teams are community owned (actually, they really aren't "owned", they're mostly organizations), while nearly all North American franchises are privately owned. There are benefits and disadvantages to both systems, but this difference has always intrigued me.

Pens sign Carcillo to pro tryout contract | ProHockeyTalk

Carcillo is back with the team that drafted him with the 73rd pick in the 2003 draft.

Let's Go Red Wings!