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Red Wings News

Wings' Lidstrom, Fedorov are Hall of Famers | The Detroit News
Two of the greatest players to ever play the game. It is as simple as that. One may be the best defenseman ever, while the other was one of the greatest forwards to ever play.

Red Wings announce 2015 development camp roster | MiHockey
This year's development camp begins on July 3rd.

Sergei Fedorov and the offer sheet that ‘cost’ Carolina Hurricanes Stanley Cup | Puck Daddy
You cannot defeat Mike Ilitch in a game of business. Peter Karmanos tried, and in this case at least, failed.

Preview center for $650M Red Wings arena project open to businesses, investors | MLive.com
Olympia Entertainment has released a lot of new details regarding the Wings' new arena.

Ramsay and Simon Join Griffins' Coaching Staff | Grand Rapids Griffins
New Griffins' coach Todd Nelson now has his complete coaching staff.

NHL News

Ranking the NHL's top UFA defencemen - Sportsnet.ca
Mike Green and Christian Ehrhoff are the only two defensemen who I would consider going after when free agency begins tomorrow.

Trade: Flyers send Rinaldo to Bruins for 2017 third-rounder | ProHockeyTalk
I would have preferred if the Flyers sent Zac Rinaldo out of the Eastern Conference rather than into the Wings' division.

Carolina Hurricanes sign ex-Wing Andrej Nestrasil for 2 years | Detroit Free Press
Congratulations to Nestrasil!

Pierre McGuire indicates Mike Richards contract breach occurred at border crossing | Puck Daddy
It will be interesting to see what exactly Richards is being faulted for.

Agent: Franson has spoken with ‘half a dozen’ teams (Updated) | ProHockeyTalk
The free agent defenseman will be a hot commodity tomorrow, but the Wings do not seem to be interested in him.

Report: Leafs could keep part of Kessel's salary - Sportsnet.ca
The Leafs may be willing to retain up to $2 million of Phil Kessel's salary in an eventual trade.

Glendale ordered to make scheduled $3.75 million payment to Coyotes | ProHockeyTalk
The Coyotes and the City of Glendale will continue to support each other, for now.

Let's Go Red Wings!