from Michael Drapack of CBC,
The National Hockey League refused to give Steve Moore $220,000 in a disability payment unless he dropped his civil suit against Todd Bertuzzi and the Vancouver Canucks, new court documents allege.
As well, a new motion was filed to compel former Canucks owner John McCaw Jr. to testify at the trial scheduled to start in September in Ontario Superior...
Yesterday Red Wings’ fans got the news we all feared. Henrik Zetterberg will be out for at least two months as he had to undergo surgery on Friday to remove part of a disc in his back that had been rubbing against, and irritating, a nearby nerve.
In 44 games played, Zetterberg leads the team with 48 points, 16 goals and 32 assists.
The current time table will have Zetterberg reevaluated...
This strikes me as very, very odd, but "On Frozen Blog" reports that there may be more to the Red Wings' decision to scratch Todd Bertuzzi than we know:
Seeing the #Wings may be shopping Bertuzzi and the #Caps may be one of the interested teams?
— OnFrozenBlog (@OnFrozenBlog) January 24, 2014
I don't believe that the Wings want to "shop"...
YouTube The Red Wings are on a historically bad shootout streak and on Thursday, Todd Bertuzzi provided a historically terrible attempt. The Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Wings 2-1 after scoring one goal in six tries in the shootout. The sadsack Wings scored zero. It doesn’t help when Todd Bertuzzi gives an effort like this.
Todd Bertuzzi celebrates with Pavel Datsyuk (photo credit: Marko Ditkun/Getty Images)
Hockey fans in Detroit have become accustomed to the Detroit Red Wings reaching the postseason. The Red Wings have not missed the playoffs since the 1989-90 season, a streak lasting 22 seasons. Not only is this the longest active stretch in the NHL, but it is currently the longest streak in all...
Everyone who watches hockey remembers the now infamous Vancouver Canucks moment, when Todd Bertuzzi attacked Colorado’s Steve Moore.
It has now been more than ten years since the incident and Moore will finally get his day in court.
According to CBC, a new court date for Moore’s civil suit against Bertuzzi has been set. The trial will begin on September 8, 2014 and is scheduled...
The Detroit Red Wings have picked Todd Bertuzzi's nephew, Tyler Bertuzzi, with the 58th overall pick. And Bob McKenzie stated, "He makes David Bolland look like a Lady Byng Trophy winner."
Red Wings select Tyler Bertuzzi. Todd's nephew.
— James Mirtle (@mirtle) June 30, 2013
#redwings select Guelph #OHL F Tyler Bertuzzi at No. 58. Yes, he...
The Detroit Red Wings have made a habit out of playing to their competition this season.
Detroit has somehow found a way to lose at home to bottom-feeding Columbus, then turn around and dominate games against Nashville and Vancouver.
The Red Wings have been hot-and-cold all season, and that trend continued in their most recent game against the Blackhawks. The Red Wings looked outmanned...
Todd Bertuzzi may be done for the season, or more seeing as how he is 38.
The Detroit Free Press reported earlier tonight that Bertuzzi had been admitted to the hospital with extreme back pain.
Bertuzzi has missed Detroit’s last three games with his chronically-injured back and, following a 5-3 win over St. Louis last Thursday, “could barely walk” according to the Detroit...
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Several sources have confirmed to FoxSportsDetroit.com that the Detroit Red Wings and power forward Todd Bertuzzi are on the verge of agreeing to a contract extension.
The deal is believed to be for two years at a little over 2 million per season. Sources indicate that the Wings were seeking a one-year extension, but Bertuzzis asking price was not cap friendly.
The Wings added...