In Red Wings Land
It’s this guy’s fault/credit (I dunno, I wrote this before the game started)
Around the League
The defenseman, who turns 40 on Oct. 30, had 264 points (52 goals, 212 assists) in 1,057 games for the Devils and New York Islanders, and 14 points (five goals, nine assists) in 90 Stanley Cup Playoff games, when he was plus-3. The native of Trenton, Michigan, will be honored by the Devils when he and his family participate in the ceremonial puck drop before the home opener against the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday.
So no hurry to get settled in by 7 tomorrow.
25. Detroit Red Wings (0-0-0) The veteran reinforcements — Andrew Copp, David Perron, Ben Chiarot — will raise the floor. Mortiz Seider and Lucas Raymond will keep pushing the ceiling.
They have us in front of the undefeated Anaheim Ducks.