For the 25th year in a row, the Detroit Red Wings ended a season in the playoffs. However, they only made it to the first round. The Red Wings will be looking to make it all the way to the Stanley Cup finals this year. There has not been too much change to the team over the offseason, with just a few acquisitions and departures. The Red Wings welcome veteran NHL players Frans Nielsen, Thomas Vanek and Steve Ott. Parvel Datsyuk, Brad Richards and Joakim Andersson are among those saying goodbye to the team this year. Be sure to get your tickets form Razorgator so you do not miss any of the action for the 2016-2017 season.
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It has been an up-and-down season for the Detroit Red Wings. Heading into their Feb. 9 game at Washington, the Red Wings were 22-21-10 and in sixth place in the Atlantic Division.
On Feb. 7, Detroit dropped a close contest in overtime to Columbus, 3-2. Prior to the defeat, the Red Wings had won two straight games, each by one point. Detroit won at Nashville 1-0 on Feb. 4 and at home against the New York Islanders 5-4 on Feb. 3. In both wins, goal keeper Petr Mrazek was outstanding in the net, keeping the opposition at bay with his excellent defense.
Detroit plays at Minnesota on Sunday. Its next home game is Feb. 15 against St. Louis. Tickets start at $24.
The Detroit Red Wings have won their last three games in a row. Their latest victory came during a shootout with the Bruins on January 18. The Bruins led 4-1 at the end of the first period, but then the Red Wings found their groove. Xavier Ouellet, Andras Athanasiou and Tomas Tatar added to Dylan Larkin's early goal to tie the game. The Bruins got one more, but Gustav Nyquist equalized. Thomas Vanek and Frans Nielsen scored in the shootout for the win. The Red Wings next play the Sabres on January 20 in Buffalo. Then, they come back home to hose the Rangers on the 22 and then head to Boston to play the Burins on the 24. You can still get tickets for $48.
The new year has not been kind to the Detroit Red Wings. They have lost both games in 2017, and those defeats have come in distinctly devastating fashions. On January 1, they hosted the beatable Toronto Maple Leafs. It looked like things were going to go the Red Wings’ way when they took the early lead, but the Leafs forced the game into overtime. In the extra minutes, Toronto scored an unanswered goal to win the match 5-4. Then, on Tuesday, Detroit visited Anaheim where they were shutout 2-0 by the Ducks. Now, they will be on a brutal road trip until January 14. Catch them then against the Pittsburgh Penguins for $137.
The Detroit Red Wings were scheduled to have back-to-back matches on December 19 and 20, but a Freon leak at PNC Arena in North Carolina lead to the first of those two games being postponed. Games on consecutive nights are fairly rare in the NHL, and the Red Wings’ players will probably have no complaints about the extra night off during the team’s current road trip. Detroit heads home after a couple of games in Florida against the Lightning and Panthers, and the next game back at Joe Louis Arena will be on Tuesday, December 27 against the Buffalo Sabres. Tickets for that matchup are still available and start at $115.
The Detroit Red Wings have now come out on top of back-to-back close matches, making them a formidable opponent heading into tonight’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Last Sunday, they visited New York City for a clash with the Islanders. The game ended in a 4-3 overtime victory for the visitors. Then, on Tuesday, they continued their road trip in Winnipeg to play the Jets. The Red Wings won 4-3 again, this time seizing the victory in a high-stress shootout. This team is on absolute fire, so you will not want to miss them when they host the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday, December 11. Tickets are $44 and up.
The Detroit Red Wings broke their four game losing streak with a shootout win against the Sabres on November 23. The Red Wings scored first when Gustav Nyquist got a goal in the second period. The Sabres tied it up in the third to send the game into overtime. After a scoreless overtime period, the game was decided in a tense shootout. Nyquist and Tomas Vanek scored for the Red Wings, while the Sabres only got one goal. The Red Wings head to New Jersey to play the Devils before they come back home to host the Canadiens on the 26, the Stars on the 29 and the Panther son the 1. You can still get tickets for $94 and up.
The recent showdown between the Detroit Red Wings and the Philadelphia Flyers provided plenty of drama and excitement for fans to sink their teeth into. Both teams scored goals in the first period and then each club again found the net in the third, ending regular time in a tie. After both the Red Wings and the Flyers were blanked during sudden death, the game went to a shootout in which the Wings’ Andreas Athanasiou, the man responsible for tying the game in the third, scored the decisive goal. It was a solid win for Detroit and the team will look to keep the momentum going when the Tampa Bay Lightening come to town on November 15. Tickets for that game start at $18.
The Detroit Red Wings may have started the season slowly, but the team’s recent win streak has made the fans all but forget about the first couple games. Most recently Detroit dismantled the Carolina Hurricanes, scoring early and often to take a 3-0 lead in the first period before going on to win by a final score of 4-2. Dylan Larkin scored two of the teams four goals and the outcome was really never in question. The Red Wings will look to carry this October momentum into November, starting with a home game against the Winnipeg Jets on November 4. Tickets for that showdown are still available and start at just $29.
The Detroit Red Wings start the new season with a game in Tampa Bay against the Lightning on October 13. In their final preseason game, the Red Wings beat the Maple Leafs 4-3. The Red Wings scored twice in the first period, thanks to goals from Gustav Nyquist and Dylan Larkin. In the second period, the Maple Leafs had a goal, and Brendan Smith scored to retain the two-point lead. The Maple Leafs equalized early in the third, but Anthony Mantha scored later in the period to secure the victory. You still have the chance to get tickets for the season opener on the 13 and home opener against eh Senators on the 17. Ticket prices for the home opener start at $40.
The Detroit Red Wings are preparing for training camp to start in just a few weeks. However, they will be missing a few players due to injuries. Forward Tomas Jurco will be sitting out while recovering from surgery due to a back injury. Prospect Vili Saarijarvi also will need to miss it due to wrist surgery. Eight players are scheduled to go to the World Cup of Hockey. However, Niklas Kronwall will no loner be one of them. He has had some issues with his knee and decided it would be better to miss it and head to training camp instead. The preseason starts for the Red Wings when they host the Penguins on September 27. Get your tickets now for $7 and up.