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Trending: Red Wings stage another comeback win, 3-2 in overtime

Detroit's a victor again after being down by two goals

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner /

NEWARK -- It may not translate into long-term success, but for now the Red Wings will take it.

For the fourth time in six games, the Wings defied the odds and fought back from a two-goal deficit to win a hockey game, defeating the New Jersey Devils 3-2 in overtime Saturday afternoon at Prudential Center.   . 

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Darren Helm injured early in first period versus Devils

Speedy forward left game with an upper-body injury, unable to return

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner /

NEWARK -- Early in the first period, Red Wings left wing Darren Helm received a hard check from the New Jersey Devils' Travis Zajac and suffered an upper-body injury.

He did not return to the game.


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Notes: Inclement weather alters Red Wings' travel plans

Detroit experiences a mini odyssey on the road to New Jersey

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner /

OTTAWA/JERSEY CITY -- When Mother Nature speaks, mankind listens.

Due to a nor'easter which produced a mixture of snow, freezing rain, ice and wind on the east coast, the Red Wings were forced to spend an extra night in Ottawa instead of immediately traveling to New Jersey after Thursday night's 2-1 loss to the Senators.

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Taking Flight - From the 'Q' to the 'D'

Guidance from Shawn Horcoff has helped transform my game

by Joe Veleno @jveleno91 / Special to

The Red Wings drafted center Joe Veleno in the first round, 30th overall, in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. The 6-foot-1, 191-pound native of Montreal is one of four Red Wings prospects writing for our Taking Flight blog series, which chronicles the players' ups and downs as they work their way to becoming Red Wings. Veleno currently plays for the Drummondville Voltigeurs in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). Here is his first blog entry, 'From the Q to the D.'

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Trending: Wings' missed opportunities and penalties costly in 2-1 loss

Detroit drops only its third game in last 10

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner /

OTTAWA -- During their recent hot streak, the Red Wings have played a rather disciplined brand of hockey. However, that was not the case in Thursday's 2-1 loss to the Senators in Ottawa.

After surrendering a goal at the 19:21 mark of the first period to trail 1-0, the Wings knotted the score at 1-1 on a tip-in by Michael Rasmussen off a Mike Green blast at 3:55 of the second period.

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Notes: Red Wings amp up physical play

Being physically engaged has triggered Detroit's improved performance

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner /

OTTAWA - If there is one aspect of their game NHL teams strive for consistency, it's being a physically imposing hockey club.

Being tough to play against and making the other team miserable for a full 60 minutes has been the Wings' mantra from day one of training camp.

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Notes: Wings gain confidence during winning streak

Team benefiting from Mantha and Athanasiou heating up, net-front presence

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

DETROIT -- Life is definitely sweeter when you're winning.

The Red Wings have won four in a row and seven of their last eight, which helps everything.

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Trending: Red Wings steamroll Coyotes, 6-1

Detroit wins for the seventh time in its last eight games

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

DETROIT -- Perhaps the Red Wings knew they were playing on borrowed time.

After all, the Wings' good fortune of being victorious after being down two goals in their past three games was not a long-term recipe for success.

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Notes: Wings wary of Coyotes' shorthanded prowess

Detroit honors cancer survivors and families at annual Hockey Fights Cancer Night

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

DETROIT -- These Arizona Coyotes are not the same team that the Red Wings faced at the beginning of last season.

Last year, the Coyotes finished 21st in the NHL with 251 goals allowed and their penalty kill was 19th at 79.5 percent.

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2019 NHL Prospect Tournament returns to Traverse City

Maple Leafs to become fourth original six participant in eight-team tournament

by Kyle Kujawa /

DETROIT - Detroit Red Wings Executive Vice President and General Manager Ken Holland today announced that the Red Wings will host their annual NHL Prospect Tournament at Centre ICE Arena in Traverse City, Mich., in September 2019. The Toronto Maple Leafs have been added to the eight-team pool, joining the Chicago Blackhawks, Columbus Blue Jackets, Dallas Stars, Minnesota Wild, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues and Red Wings.

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