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Wings prospects discover there's a lot to learn in becoming an NHL player; Mastrosimone scores; Gylander unbeaten and more in the October prospects report

by Bob Duff @asktheduffer / Special to DetroitRedWings.com

The team bus of the Windsor Spitfires was winding its way home along the highway following a game in Kingston. As some of the players moved around the bus shirtless, they flexed, obviously proud of their athletic physiques.

Tom Webster, Windsor's coach at the time, could only chuckle at their misplaced pride.

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Trending: Red Wings stymied by Maple Leafs, 5-2

Toronto's tenacity bottles up Detroit

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner / DetroitRedWings.com

DETROIT -- It was a tight checking hockey game where time and space were at a premium.

The Wings and the Leafs battled toe-to-toe for most of the night, but in the end, it was Toronto's aggressive checking at both ends of the rink which proved to be the difference in the Maple Leafs' 5-2 victory over the Red Wings Saturday night at Little Caesars Arena.

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Notes: Being disciplined essential for Detroit against Toronto

Hronek a game time decision; Biega ready to go if needed

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner / DetroitRedWings.com

DETROIT -- It was a leisurely morning skate for the Red Wings on Saturday at Little Caesars Arena, with several of the Wings opting to stay off the ice.

But despite the laid-back atmosphere, Detroit is well aware tonight's game against Toronto will be anything but a stroll in the park.

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Notes: Red Wings' identity begins to take shape

A relentless attitude is key for Detroit to be successful

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner / DetroitRedWings.com

DETROIT -- After they dispatched the Canadiens, 4-2, on Thursday night in Montreal, the Red Wings were pumped, but not overly euphoric about beating a team that had dominated them in recent years.

Most of the Wings attributed their victory to Detroit's attitude of playing a relentless style of hockey regardless of the situation.

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#MyHockeytown Speed Sale: get your $20 tickets from now through Monday!

Limited quantities of $20 tickets now available for all Red Wings home games until 11:59 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 14

by Brett McWethy / DetroitRedWings.com

Hey Red Wings fans! We just released a limited quantity of $20 tickets for ALL remaining home games at Little Caesars Arena! From now until Monday, Oct. 14 at 11:59 p.m., take advantage of our #MyHockeytown "Speed Sale" presented by XFINITY. But don't wait - we expect these tickets to go fast!

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Trending: Red Wings' complete effort tames Canadiens, 4-2

Detroit's regulation win is its first in Montreal since Dec. 4, 2007

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner / DetroitRedWings.com

MONTREAL -- Perhaps the Red Wings were just sick of losing -- they were certainly tired of talking about the Canadiens' dominance over them for what seemed like an eternity.

So the Wings did what was needed to reverse their fortunes against a team they must beat if they're going to compete for a playoff spot --playing near flawless hockey for a full 60 minutes.

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Notes: Red Wings must solve Canadiens hex

Detroit has lost nine in a row to Montreal

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner / DetroitRedWings.com

MONTREAL -- Halloween may be three weeks away, but for the Red Wings, they're about to enter their own private house of horror known as Bell Centre, the home of the Montreal Canadiens.

When the Wings take the ice against the Canadiens on Thursday night, they'll be trying to achieve something they haven't accomplished since Dec. 4, 2007 -- beat the Canadiens in regulation in Montreal.

 

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Notes: Hronek feeling more comfortable this season

Nielsen and Daley could play in Vancouver next week

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji / DetroitRedWings.com

DETROIT -- Young players' development can show up in a lot of ways, on and off the ice.

Last year during the preseason, Red Wings defenseman Filip Hronek admitted that he just wasn't feeling comfortable.

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Detroit Red Wings bring back "Hockeytown College Nights"

Fans of 20 colleges and universities across state of Michigan and region will have Red Wings home game at Little Caesars Arena dedicated to their favorite school during 2019-20 season

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Hey Red Wings fans! You'll once again have the opportunity to proudly wear the iconic Winged Wheel while simultaneously boasting pride for your favorite school with the return of "Hockeytown College Nights," presented by Michigan First Credit Union. Fans of 20 colleges and universities across the state of Michigan and the region will have a Red Wings home game at Little Caesars Arena dedicated to their beloved school during the 2019-20 season.

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Trending: Red Wings drop first game of the season, 3-1, to the Ducks

Disallowed goal and turnovers lead to Red Wings' demise

by Arthur J. Regner and Dana Wakiji @ArthurJRegner and @Dwakiji / DetroitRedWings.com

DETROIT -- It appeared to the 18,209 paying customers at Little Caesars Arena that the Red Wings had taken a 2-1 lead at 8:06 of the third period when Dylan Larkin picked the top corner, beating Anaheim goalie John Gibson.

But Ducks coach Dallas Eakins challenged the goal and replay showed Anthony Mantha was ever so slightly offside and the goal was wiped off the board.

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