Red Wings News
Red Wings' 2015-16 schedule: Heavy in home dates first half of season, a lot of weekend games | MLive.com
The Wings' 2015-2016 schedule is out!
Red Wings scout excited about deep draft | The Detroit News
There is a lot of talent in this year's draft, and with it, a lot of excitement!
Detroit Red Wings keeping options open with 19th pick in entry draft: Defenseman, forward or trade | MLive.com
The Wings have a lot of options at tonight's draft, but I have a feeling that we trade down and pick up a second-round draft pick.
Report: Canes shopping Skinner, working on extensions for Eric Staal and Cam Ward | ProHockeyTalk
Jeff Skinner is a player who I would love to have in Detroit. Darren Helm, our first-round draft pick, and another prospect (either Teemu Pulkkinen or Xavier Ouellet) would probably do the trick.
Avs acquire rights to Carl Soderberg; bye-bye Ryan O'Reilly? | Puck Daddy
The Avalanche and Ryan O'Reilly have not always had the best relationship between them, and I would not be surprised to see him moved this summer.
MacLean on the verge of joining Ducks | TSN
The former Wings' assistant may have a new job.
Report: San Jose interested in acquiring Bieksa | ProHockeyTalk
Canucks' defenseman Kevin Bieksa is on the trade block. Should the Wings be interested?
Offers coming in as Coyotes contemplate what to do with No. 3 pick | Puck Daddy
The Coyotes hold a prized possession in the form of the third overall pick in tonight's draft. If they can get a sizable return for it, I believe that they will move the pick.
Statistically Speaking: Expected value of NHL Draft picks | TSN
Taking a look at the historical worth of draft picks.
The day before the draft, Eichel still won’t say if he’s going pro | ProHockeyTalk
There is something to be said about allowing the Sabres to rebuild next year, with Jack Eichel improving at Boston University, before joining the team in 2016-2017.
2015 NHL Draft Results Tracker | SBNation
When the picks begin to trickle in tonight, SBNation will have them all for you.
Let's Go Red Wings!