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The Daily: Former Red Wings D Nemeth Returning to Europe; Top Pick Gauthier Skips Flyers Development Camp

Swedish defender was in Detroit from 2019-21



Patrik Nemeth, former Red Wings
Former Red Wings D Patrik Nemeth will be playing in Switzerland next season.

The NHL days of former Detroit Red Wings defenseman Patrik Nemeth appear to be at an end. After 10 seasons and 504 NHL games, Nemeth is in agreement on terms of a contract to play next season for SC Bern of the Swiss Hockey League.

Nemeth, 31, spent last season with the Arizona Coyotes. He was skating for the Red Wings from 2019-21, playing 103 games and producing 3-18-21 totals. Nemeth also suited up for the Dallas Stars, Colorado Avalanche and New York Rangers.

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Regular-season single-game tickets for the Red Wings 2023-24 NHL campaign go on sale to the general public on Friday. Detroit Pistons guard Cade Cunningham certainly doesn’t qualify for general public status.

However, he knows where he’d be going were he given the chance to get tickets to see any other Detroit sports team. Cunningam chose the Red Wings for the simple fact that he’s never seen them play in person.

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