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Detroit Red Wings 2014-2015 News and Updates
4/21/14 – Boston and Detroit’s first round playoff series is all tied up 1-1 and the Red Wings will play their first postseason game of the year at Joe Louis Arena, Tuesday. The cheapest Detroit Red Wings tickets are $62 for Game 3, averaging $120 (up $9 since the NHL Playoffs began). In a best-of-seven series that the Bruins are widely favored to win, the Detroit Red Wings secured Game 1 of their twenty-third consecutive playoff run. Pavel Datsyuk’s goal with 3:01 remaining did the trick, and Detroit won 1-0 Friday on the road. Boston evened the series with a 4-1 win over the Wings in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals, playing more physical and limiting Detroit to just one power-play shot in four tries.
4/17/14 – The Red Wings secured the second and final NHL postseason spot in the East with 93 points and now have the longest active Stanley Cup Playoffs streak (23). Detroit will face the No.1 seeded, Presidents’ Trophy winners Boston Bruins for the first time in 57 years in the playoffs. The three home games played in Detroit (Games 3, 4, and 6) of the Original Six matchup are much cheaper (avg. $175) than the four game average of those played in Boston ($366). Tuesday, the Red Wings will play their first playoff game at Joe Louis Arena (avg. $111, min $42), followed by home game 2 (Game 4) Thursday averaging $143 and a Game 6 if necessary in Detroit Monday (avg. $240). First round playoff tickets for the series are an average $254. Detroit holds the regular-season record at 4-2.
4/7/14 – The NHL enters the final week of the regular season with the Red Wings leading the wildcard race in the East. Winners of four straight, Detroit’s playoff hopes looked more attractive when All-Star forward Pavel Datsyuk (knee) returned to the lineup Friday against the Buffalo Sabres. Expect a fast-paced, high scoring game at the Consol Energy Arena Wednesday when the Red Wings travel to Pittsburgh in a potential first-round preview. The two teams have met twice in the NHL playoffs in the last five seasons and have split two games already this season (DET with the OT win March 20). Detroit Red Wings playoff tickets are now available, with round one prices upwards of $41 (home games 1 and 2).
4/1/14 – If the Red Wings can find a way into the NHL Playoffs, they’d extend their postseason streak to 23 seasons, the longest active streak in all North American professional sports. After grabbing four points on a back-to-back weekend, Detroit holds the first wild card spot in the Eastern Conference. Mike Babcock secured a historic mark in his own right, earning his 411th victory as the Red Wings’ coach, second most in the franchise. With just three more wins, Babcock will surpass Jack Adams for the top spot.
3/24/14 – The Red Wings won 10 straight home games without a regulation loss before losing in OT to the Minnesota Wild Sunday night. Detroit will look to protect its playoff position with a handful of wins this week. Two of the Red Wings next four will be played at Joe Louis Arena – 3/27 vs. Montreal (avg. $75) and 3/30 vs. Tampa Bay (avg. $78). Following a 3-2 win over the Wild Saturday in Minnesota, the team moved into eighth place in the Eastern Conference.
3/18/14 – Tonight’s Original Six clash against the Toronto Maple Leafs is the most expensive (avg. $98) regular-season game remaining at Joe Louis Arena. Detroit is looking for a spark from their offence (scored three goals over their last four games) as the club looks to make a push for their 23rd straight playoff appearance. Currently three points behind the New York Rangers for the last playoff berth in the East and without their captain Zetterberg (back) and superstar Pavel Datsyuk (knee), the Red Wings need your support!
3/10/14 – Former Detroit Red Wing Nicklas Lidstrom had his jersey retired last Thursday, becoming the first defenseman in franchise history to do so. The Colorado Avs ended up winning that game in overtime, but the night belonged to No. 5. After Detroit put up a massive seven goals against New Jersey Friday, the Red Wings were shut out by the Rangers Sunday. In addition, Joakim Andersson broke his left foot when blocking a shot during the second-period PK in New York and will miss 2-3 weeks. Catch the boys, sans Andersson, when they return to home ice Thursday to take on the Edmonton Oilers (avg. $73).
3/3/14 – Pavel Datsyuk (knee) will not play Tuesday night, when the Detroit Red Wings visit New Jersey but is expected back on the ice Thursday against Colorado at Joe Luis Arena. Colorado Avalanche vs. Detroit Red Wings tickets start at $55; the game will be the first at home for the Wings since the Olympic break. The next night, Detroit will host New Jersey, coming full circle. New Jersey Devils vs. Detroit Red Wings tickets are slightly cheaper, with a get-in price of $45.
2/25/14 – Currently in the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, Detroit needs to return to the ice post-Olympics with a sense of urgency. Just one point separates the Red Wings and ninth-ranked Columbus. A back injury will likely sideline the team’s leader in points (48), assists (32), and goals (16) - Henrik Zetterberg - for the rest of the regular season, which means the Wings’ will look to their veterans - Pavel Datsyuk, Johan Franzen and Daniel Alfredsson – to fill the void. Cheer on the Wings when they return to Joe Louis Arena Mar 6; with 11 home games remaining, Detroit Red Wings ticket prices are averaging $94 in the tight playoff race!
2/18/14 – Like their rivals Chicago Blackhawks, the Red Wings have a strong presence at the Sochi Olympics with 10 players on rosters. However, both Detroit’s first-time Olympian forwards Tomas Tatar and Tomas Jurco, ended their Winter Games journey today as Slovakia fell to the Czech Republic in the playoff qualification round. But, each delivered in the group phase of the tournament, scoring the only two goals for their Country in the first three matchups. Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg pulled out of the Sochi Games last Friday after suffering a herniated disk. The Captain of Team Sweden will return to the U.S. shortly, but will not take the ice when The Wings return to action a week from Wednesday due to the injury.
2/3/14 – The Red Wings may have dropped an 11-goal battle to the Caps Sunday, squashing hopes for a home-and-home sweep, but it was a standout day for right wing Gustav Nyquist who earned his first career hat trick and added an assist. Like the Washington Capitals, the Red Wings have gone to a shootout or overtime in three of their last four games. Tonight, Detroit will face the Canucks as John Tortorella returns to the bench after a 15-game suspension. Detroit Red Wings tickets at Joe Louis Arena are as cheap as $10 to see the 24-19-12 team for the last time at home until March 6.
1/28/14 – Last week NHL fans were asking if the Red Wings, Blackhawks rivalry could be renewed. Detroit Red Wings tickets to the Wednesday night matchup averaged 55 percent less than they had March 3 and 45 percent less than the Original Six members meeting March 31, 2013. Detroit made a statement against the defending Stanley Cup Champs, rallying to defeat the Blackhawks 5-4 (SO) and reviving the rivalry that some questioned could be restored. Things continued to look up for the Wings when Daniel Alfredsson returned to the ice against Montreal Friday and Johan Franzen was back in the lineup Sunday. Unfortunately, Franzen is out again with concussion symptoms. Next up for Detroit at home? Washington. Red Wings tickets are as low as $35 against the Capitals.
Detroit Red Wings 2014-2015 Season
The Detroit Red Wings are a franchise steeped in excellence and prestige, having made the playoffs for an incredible 23 seasons. Last year’s campaign was decimated by injuries, chiefly those to Henrik Zetterberg, Joe Franzen, Pavel Datsyuk, Darren Helm, Stephen Weiss. Despite setting a franchise record for most man games lost to injury (471), this Original Six team still proved talented enough to make the postseason with vigor, but was ultimately cut in the first round by the Boston Bruins. Detroit is returning a generally unchanged squad from last year’s playoff team, and if the Motor City squad stays healthy, who's to say they won't punch a playoff berth for an astounding 24th year?
Some of the game’s most beloved players pepper Detroit lines, and now, those veterans will fine-tune an impressive influx of youngsters like Gustav Nyquist, Tomas Tatar and touted prospects Alexei Marchenko, Anthony Ouellet, Ryan Sproul and Petr Mrazek. GM Ken Holland was unable to bag a top-four defenseman in free agency, and must work with a lineup that boasts seven left-handers. In his 10th year as head coach, Mike Babcock is nears his 500th NHL career win, while David Legwand is likely to attain his 1,000th career game—making the entirety of the 2014-2015 calendar a can’t miss affair. But, before they can toss the octopus onto the ice, they'll have to get through their 82-game slate (relatively) unscathed. See Detroit host playoff caliber teams early on: the defending champion LA Kings visit on Oct. 31, the Chicago Blackhawks on Nov. 14 and of course, the Bruins on Oct. 9. The game against Boston not only marks a playoff rematch from last year, but it also opens up the Red Wing’s 2014-2015 season. Lock-in Detroit Red Wings tickets for this monumental year now!