Detroit Red Wings
The Daily: Bruins Bounce Red Wings From NHL Record Book; Three Assists For Bertuzzi
Boston now winningest single-season NHL club
The Detroit Red Wings are officially out of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Now, thanks to the Boston Bruins, they’re also officially out of the NHL record book.
Boston’s 5-3 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday was the 63rd win of the season for the President’s Trophy-winning Bruins. That’s a new NHL single-season win mark.
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The 1995-96 Red Wings won 62 games. That mark was equaled in 2018-19 by the Tampa Bay Lightning. Detroit GM Steve Yzerman was captain of the 1995-96 Detroit squad. As GM of Lightning, he was a major factor in shaping that squad.
Former Detroit forward Tyler Bertuzzi dished out three assists in Boston’s win over the Flyers. Of note, neither the 1995-96 Red Wings or 2018-19 Lightning would reach the Stanley Cup final during their record win year.
Red Wings In Case You Missed It
- The AHL Grand Rapids Griffins have signed defenseman Jeremie Biakabutuka to an amateur tryout contract
- Young players like Simon Edvinsson are being served by the Red Wings
- Detroit forward David Perron still can’t come to terms with missing out on the playoffs
- Chris McGowan is out and president and CEO of Ilitch Sports and Entertainment
Red Wings Next Game
The Dallas Stars are the visitors to Little Caesars Arena on Monday (7 p.m. ET) in what will be Detroit’s final home game of the season. With a victory, the Red Wings would finish with 20 home wins for the first time since winning 22 at Joe Louis Arena in 2015-16.
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Pittsburgh: The Pittsburgh Penguins are finally getting their act together. But is it too little, too late to make the NHL playoffs?
Florida: Winners of six games in a row. the Florida Panthers are in control of their own destiny in the NHL playoff race.
Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Flyers have made the decision to not sign forward Jay O’Brien, the player they chose 19th overall in the 2018 NHL entry draft.
Montreal: Four players, including goalie Cayden Primeau, the son of former Detroit forward Keith Primeau, are being assigned by the Montreal Canadiens to the AHL Laval Rocket for the Calder Cup playoffs.
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Colorado: It’s official – Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog won’t be playing prior to the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Los Angeles: Facing another top Western Conference team, the Los Angeles Kings were 4-3 losers to the Colorado Avalanche.
Vegas: The status of Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Zach Whitecloud is uncertain due to a lower-body injury.
Calgary: Was Saturday’s shootout loss to the Vancouver Canucks the death knell to the playoff hopes of the Calgary Flames?
San Jose: The San Jose Sharks are recalling England-born forward Tristen Robbins from the AHL San Jose Barracuda.