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KEN HOLLAND RUMORS & GOSSIP

Will Johan Franzen be ready for the start of camp?

Detroit Red Wings GM Ken Holland is hopeful that his power forward, Johan Franzen, can return in time for the start of the season."My expectations and hopes are he's going to be cleared when he takes his physical at camp," Holland told Mlive.com. "Ultimately, it's in the hands of (his doctor)."Franzen last appeared for the Detroit Red Wings on Jan. 6, 2015. He only appeared in 33...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Wings GM Ken Holland optimistic on Pavel Datsyuk's recovery

To say Ken Holland cares for his star forward, Pavel Datsyuk, is a bit of an understatement.Holland sent the Red Wings' team trainer, Piet Van Zant, to check up on Datsyuk, and Van Zant returned with a bit of good news."Piet watched (Datsyuk) work out, told me he's in good spirits," Holland told Ansar Khan of MLive. "He's had no setbacks. He's doing lots of training. He's excited...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings: Blashill to take over as head coach?

Last week, former Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock signed an eight year deal worth a reported $50 million.  After 10 years as head coach in Detroit, Babcock left Hockeytown with a .649 points percentage, and a Stanley Cup Championship in 2008.  It’s the end of an era in Detroit, and while many wonder who the next head coach in Detroit will be, you may be surprised to find...
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May 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings: Mike Babcock holds final press conference

Mike Babcock The now former Detroit Red Wings coach, Mike Babcock walked into the Joe Louis Arena for the last time as head coach Friday morning to clean his office. Later that day he decided to call a press conference because he felt he couldn’t just leave without saying goodbye. Babcock was head coach the Red Wings for ten years and extended the playoff streak to 24 years and...
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May 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings: Expectations for the 2014-15 season

The countdown to the new NHL season has officially begun with training camps getting underway. The Detroit Red Wings take to Joe Louis Arena for the home opener against the Boston Bruins in 44 days. And, for the die-hard fans, just 27 days until the first preseason game takes place in Pittsburgh. Ken Holland didn’t have much success this offseason, but that didn’t stop him from...
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August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Angry Red Wings Fans Edit GM Ken Holland’s Wikipedia Page

It’s safe to say that the Detroit Red Wings’ fans are not happy with their General Manager Ken Holland after the first day of Free Agency, especially after re-signing Kyle Quincey and giving him a raise. Safe to say that the Red Wings are no longer a premier destination for big time free agents, at least […] The post Angry Red Wings Fans Edit GM Ken Holland’s Wikipedia Page...
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July 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Holland cryptic, non-committal on plans for Wings

After three days of pro scouting meetings, Red Wings GM Ken Holland might have a plan in place, but he's not ready to reveal much. "I don't think we'll re-sign Mikael Samuelsson," Holland said Wednesday. "Beyond that, I haven't really reached out to any of their agents yet. I told them (Detroit's other unrestricted free agents), we'd get through our meetings first. I have spent two...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
June 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings: 5 possible free agent targets

The offseason drags on for the Detroit Red Wings as the NHL playoffs have reached the Conference Finals.  While it’s still a very long ways away from July 1st, the start of the free agency period, it’s never too early to speculate how Ken Holland plans to shape the team for next season. Previously I have covered the salary cap situation, players that should stay, players that...
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May 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Wings GM Ken Holland talks Olympic hockey

During the next two weeks, the Sochi Games will play host to the world's most prestigious hockey tournament. National teams from 12 nations will compete for Olympic gold beginning Wednesday, and 12 days later, on Feb. 23, the champion will be crowned. Most Detroit hockey fans are well aware that there's a distinct Red Wings flavor to the men's hockey competition. Ten Red Wings players...
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February 12, 2014  |  Discuss
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