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Fans invited to inaugural Hockeytown Winterfest on Sunday, January 20

Events include open skating on Little Caesars Arena ice, a curling clinic at Belfor Training Center featuring a 2018 Olympic Gold Medalist, interactive games and youth activities, a meet and greet with Red Wings alumni players and more

by Brett McWethy /

… Indoor and outdoor festival is free, open to public and available for fans of all ages …

… All four Little Caesars Arena restaurants open with food and beverage specials throughout the day, along with select concession locations …

… Red Wings road game at Vancouver to be shown on Chevrolet Plaza videoboard, on center hung scoreboard in arena bowl and on television throughout Little Caesars Arena concourses …

DETROIT - The inaugural Hockeytown Winterfest, presented by Coca-Cola and Meijer at Little Caesars Arena in The District Detroit, will be held the afternoon of Sunday, January 20. Access to the indoor and outdoor festival is free, open to the public and available for fans of all ages.

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Trending: Red Wings down the Ducks, 3-1

Vanek's address wakes up listless Wings for a comeback victory

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

DETROIT -- After playing inspired hockey in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Wild in Minnesota, there was a feeling the Red Wings would build on their impressive victory and begin to make a push towards getting back into the playoff race.

But after two periods of looking lethargic and trailing the Ducks, 1-0, the Red Wings appeared to be following a familiar path, not playing poorly, but not playing well enough to win.

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Notes: DeKeyser set to return; Rasmussen placed on IR

Red Wings concerned about their game, not the slumping Ducks

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner /

DETROIT- Defenseman Danny DeKeyser is expected to be back patrolling the Red Wings blueline against the Ducks Tuesday night at Little Caesars Arena after missing Detroit's last 19 games with an injured left wrist.

DeKeyser was injured on December 4 versus the Lightning when a Steven Stamkos shot caught him square on his left wrist.

Tweet from @DetroitRedWings: "We gotta keep going."#ANAvsDET | #LGRW

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Notes: DeKeyser could return to lineup against Anaheim

Blashill not pleased with Monday's practice; Bertuzzi gets lots of texts after hat trick

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

DETROIT -- There's so little room for error with the parity in today's NHL that teams can't afford to let up, even for a second.

Fresh off a 5-2 victory in Minnesota Saturday and a day off Sunday, the Detroit Red Wings were back on the ice Monday for practice at BELFOR Training Center.

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Trending: Red Wings start on time, tame Wild, 5-2

Bertuzzi registers first career hat trick, Vanek nets two

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

ST. PAUL -- For once, the second period did not prove to be the Detroit Red Wings' undoing.

The Wings came into the game with a minus-20 goal differential, 60-40, in the middle frame and held the Minnesota Wild to just two shots.

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Notes: Kronwall hopes to celebrate birthday with a win

Jensen enjoys playing in front of family and friends; Wild wary of Wings' speed

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

ST. PAUL -- When Red Wings defenseman Niklas Kronwall first came into the league, he had to keep his head on a swivel when Jan. 12 rolled around.

That's because then-teammate Kris Draper would be lurking, waiting to catch the birthday boy off guard so he could deliver a shaving cream pie to the face.

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Trending: Red Wings comeback falls short, lose to Jets, 4-2

Wings slow start leads to their downfall

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

WINNIPEG -- It's not easy to overcome deficits, especially on the road against a talented team.

After spotting the Winnipeg Jets a 3-0 lead, the Detroit Red Wings fought back to get within a goal thanks to positive special teams play, but couldn't get over the hump, dropping a 4-2 decision at Winnipeg's Bell MTS Place Friday night.

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Notes: Helm excited to play in front of family, friends in Winnipeg

Wings focused on staying out of box; Green set to return to lineup

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

WINNIPEG -- The Red Wings don't play in Winnipeg very often but when they do, it's an opportunity for forward Darren Helm to get close to home.

Helm, 31, was born in St. Andrews, Manitoba, about 45 minutes away from Winnipeg.

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On the Wings of Tomorrow

Gallant overcomes injury to pursue dream, Lindstrom takes impressive strides and more in the January prospect report

by Bob Duff / Special to

Life isn't all bouquets and smooth sailing. Fate has a way of putting roadblocks in the path to success, and it's those who can navigate these bumps along the way and come out the other side a stronger person who will ultimately succeed.

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Hockeytown Cares: Red Wings host Military Appreciation Night on Tuesday

Fans in attendance can assist in assembling military welcome packages for Volunteers of America Michigan; VIP luncheon for military members; t-shirt giveaway and much more set for 11th Annual Military Appreciation Night

by Kevin Brown /

DETROIT - In conjunction with the team's Hockeytown Cares platform, the Detroit Red Wings will host their 11th annual Military Appreciation Night, presented by BELFOR Property Restoration, on Tuesday, Jan. 15, when the team takes on the Anaheim Ducks at 7:30 p.m. (FOX Sports Detroit & 97.1 The Ticket) at the award-winning Little Caesars Arena in The District Detroit

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