The Detroit Red Wings don't have an analytics person yet, but Red Wings coach Mike Babcock thinks that will change soon.
Detroit Red Wings GM Ken Holland sees no reason to change his philosophy of taking a slow and steady approach with the development of prospects.
Red Wings coach Mike Babcock countered the notion that free agents aren't signing with Detroit because they don't want to play for him.
Mike Babcock, who only has a year left on his contract, isn't willing to negotiate during the 2014-15 campaign.
The Detroit Red Wings were ultimately unable to add a top-four defenseman on the free agent market on July 1.
The Detroit Red Wings would like to sign a top-four defenseman over the summer.
The Detroit Red Wings took centers with five of their seven picks in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.
Although the Detroit Red Wings likely have interest in many of the big trade targets like Ryan Kesler and Keith Yandle floating around going into the draft, they aren't likely to make a major splash.
In their second season in the Eastern Conference, the Detroit Red Wings will host the Boston Bruins in their home opener.
The 16th annual NHL Prospects Tournament at Traverse City will take place from Sept. 12-16.
Both Pittsburgh newspapers are reporting that the Penguins are extremely interested in Detroit coach Mike Babcock.
The AHL Grand Rapids Griffins have given head coach Jeff Blashill a three-year extension.
Look for Mike Babcock and Red Wing GM Ken Holland to begin contract negotiations shortly.
The Red Wings, who select 15th overall in this June's amateur entry draft, will likely be looking to choose a forward.