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Team W-L-OTL Pts
52-24-6 110
47-20-15 109
46-26-10 102
45-29-8 98
41-32-9 91
39-37-6 84
37-41-4 78
30-36-16 76

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  • Red Wings' Michael Brandsegg-Nygard: Inks entry-level contract

    Brandsegg-Nygard signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Red Wings on Thursday.

    Brandsegg-Nygard, the highest-drafted Norwegian forward in NHL history, has taken the first step on his journey with the Red Wings. The winger had 18 points in 41 regular-season contests with Mora IK of the Swedish second-tier league, HockeyAllsvenskan, in 2023-24. He's expected to move up to the SHL with Skelleftea AIK in 2024-25, so it'll likely be another year or two before Brandsegg-Nygard makes the jump to North America.

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  • Red Wings' Tory Dello: Inks two-way deal

    Dello signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Red Wings on Thursday.

    Dello had three goals, 13 points and 28 PIM in 65 games with AHL Chicago in 2023-24. The 27-year-old has never played in the NHL. Although Dello secured a two-way deal -- as opposed to a minor-league contract -- for the first time, he is unlikely to earn any ice time at the top level during the upcoming campaign.

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  • Red Wings' Gage Alexander: Sent to Detroit via trade

    Alexander was traded from the Ducks to the Red Wings on Wednesday in exchange for Robby Fabbri and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2025.

    Alexander has two years of professional experience, but he's mainly been limited to the ECHL. Given the depth of the Red Wings' goaltending contingent, Alexander is likely to link up with ECHL Toledo for 2024-25.

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  • Red Wings' Vladimir Tarasenko: Heading to Motor City

    Tarasenko signed a two-year, $9.5 million contract with the Red Wings on Wednesday.

    Tarasenko had 23 goals and 55 points across 76 regular-season contests between Ottawa and Florida in 2023-24. He also supplied five goals and nine points in 24 playoff games to aid the Panthers in their Cup-winning run. The 32-year-old has surpassed the 60-point milestone on six occasions with the most recent example being 2021-22, when he finished with 34 goals and 82 points in 75 outings with St. Louis. Tarasenko isn't a safe bet to reach the 60-point mark at this stage of his career, but it also can't be ruled out. At worst, he should be a solid middle-six option for Detroit as long as he stays healthy.

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  • Red Wings' Tyler Motte: Heading to Motor City

    Motte signed a one-year, $800,000 contract with the Red Wings on Tuesday.

    Motte was limited to nine points in 69 regular-season games with the Lightning last year, and he added just one goal over five playoff contests. He's an effective bottom-six forward notable for his penalty-killing abilities and physicality, but he's never achieved a 20-point season.

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  • Red Wings' Joe Snively: Inks two-way deal

    Snively signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Red Wings on Monday.

    Snively has spent his entire professional career with Washington and AHL Hershey. Last season, he racked up 18 goals and 77 points in 89 AHL games between the regular season and playoffs. He has 11 points in 27 career NHL contests.

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  • Red Wings' Christian Fischer: Inks one-year deal

    Fischer signed a one-year, $1.125 million contract with the Red Wings on Monday.

    Although Fischer tested the unrestricted free agent market, he ended up returning to Detroit. He had five goals, 19 points, 36 PIM and 138 hits across 79 games with the Red Wings in 2023-24. He'll likely serve in a bottom-six capacity next season.

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  • Red Wings' Jack Campbell: Trying to rebound on one-year deal

    Campbell signed a one-year, $775,000 contract with the Red Wings on Monday.

    Campbell is an interesting case. He struggled mightily early in the 2023-24 season, posting a 4.49 GAA and an .873 save percentage across five regular-season starts with Edmonton. The Oilers sent him to AHL Bakersfield, and although Campbell did well at that level with a 2.63 GAA and a .918 save percentage in 33 regular-season appearances, he never got another shot with Edmonton. Instead, the Oilers bought out the final three campaigns of his five-year, $25 million deal, which is how he became an unrestricted free agent eligible to sign with Detroit. Campbell will enter training camp looking to revive his career, but he'll face stiff competition for a roster spot with Ville Husso, Cam Talbot and Alex Lyon also under contract. At least one of Detroit's goalies is likely to be traded or waived prior to Opening Night, with Campbell's path to making the roster the longest of the four.

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  • Red Wings' Sheldon Dries: Pens two-year pact

    Dries signed a two-year, two-way contract with Detroit on Monday.

    Dries racked up 29 goals and 52 points in 55 regular-season contests for AHL Abbotsford in 2023-24. He has 16 goals and 26 points in 122 NHL appearances in his career. Dries will probably spend most, if not all, of the 2024-25 campaign in the minors.

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  • Red Wings' Erik Gustafsson: Signs two-year deal

    Gustafsson signed a two-year, $4 million contract with the Red Wings on Monday, according to Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet on Monday.

    Gustafsson had six goals and 31 points in 76 regular-season games with the Rangers in 2023-24. The 32-year-old is likely to serve on either Detroit's second or third pairing, and he should also see some time on the second power-play unit.

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  • Red Wings' William Lagesson: Inks one-year deal

    Lagesson signed a one-year, $775,000 contract with the Red Wings on Monday.

    Lagesson had four assists, a plus-3 rating, 32 PIM, 76 hits and 58 blocked shots in 40 regular-season contests between Toronto and Anaheim in 2023-24. He'll be in the mix for a roster spot during training camp, and there's a decent chance the 28-year-old will begin the campaign with the Red Wings.

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  • Red Wings' Cam Talbot: Going to Motor City

    Talbot signed a two-year, $5 million contract with Detroit on Monday, according to Darren Dreger of TSN.

    Talbot posted a 27-20-6 record with three shutouts, a 2.50 GAA and a .913 save percentage in 54 regular-season appearances with the Kings in 2023-24. As a member of the Red Wings, the 36-year-old netminder will compete with Alex Lyon (finger) and Ville Husso for playing time in the upcoming campaign.

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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Staying in Detroit

    Kane signed a one-year, $6.5 million deal with the Red Wings on Sunday.

    Kane racked up 20 goals and 47 points in 50 games with Detroit last year after undergoing offseason hip surgery. He didn't make his season debut until December. The veteran winger would finish his season with 31 points over his last 31 contests. Kane will maintain his top-six spot with a large role on the top power-play unit. With a fully healthy season, he should get back into 30-goal territory.

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  • Red Wings' Ondrej Becher: Overage prospect heading to Motown

    Becher was the 80th overall pick by the Red Wings in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday.

    An overage player with a February 2004 birthday, Becher had gone undrafted in the past, making this a surprise pick. He had a huge year for WHL Prince George, producing 32 goals and 96 points in 58 games. He also generated 10 points in seven outings for Czechia at the World Juniors. The draft history for overage players isn't great, but the Wings saw something they liked in Becher to pull the trigger at this point.

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  • Red Wings' Max Plante: Hard worker taken No. 47

    Plante was the 47th overall pick by the Red Wings in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday.

    The son of Derek Plante, who played 450 career NHL contests, Max has made a name for himself at the US NTDP as a universally loved energy player with sneaky and underrated offensive abilities. It's impossible not to notice him on the ice. He has the puck a lot, and when he doesn't, he's busting his tail to get it back. Plante looks like a three-to-four-year college guy who can hopefully make enough strides to climb the ranks after turning pro. He is a 2025-26 commit to the University of Minnesota-Duluth.

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  • Red Wings' Michael Brandsegg-Nygard: Makes history in first round

    Brandsegg-Nygard was the 15th overall pick by the Red Wings in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft on Friday.

    Brandsegg-Nygard is a Norwegian buzz saw and the first-ever first rounder taken from his country. His skills are solid -- nothing really pops except his shot, which would grade out as a plus. But when coupled with decent size, great compete and smart defensive chops, Detroit has a middle-six winger with an edge who will drive the net and play up the lineup when needed. Brandsegg-Nygard stood out with three goals and two assists in five games at the most-recent World Juniors for a Norwegian team that was sorely outmatched at the tourney. Can he carry an NHL team the same way? Probably not, but he'll be an asset if he can contribute as a gritty, smart, responsible winger (like a T.J. Oshie type) who can get under your skin and score goals.

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  • Red Wings' Jesse Kiiskinen: Obtained in trade

    Detroit acquired Kiiskinen and a second-round pick in the 2024 NHL Entry Draft from Nashville on Tuesday in exchange for Andrew Gibson.

    Kiiskinen accounted for four goals and 10 points in 38 regular-season outings for the Pelicans of Finland's Liiga during the 2023-24 campaign. The Predators selected the 18-year-old forward with the No. 68 overall pick in 2023 NHL Draft. He is projected to play for HPK in Finland's top league in 2024-25.

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  • Red Wings' Ville Husso: Ready to rock in 2024-25

    General manager Steve Yzerman said Friday that Husso (lower body) will be ready for the start of the 2024-25 season, Sean Shapiro of EP Rinkside reports.

    Husso played only once after Dec. 20, as he suffered a recurrence Feb. 13 when he gave up one goal on seven shots before being removed against the Oilers. He is now considered healthy and is set to battle Alex Lyon for the No. 1 job with the Red Wings next season, though Yzerman did say that he will look at the goalie market come the start of free agency.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 3.31 3.29 23.1


Player Injury
D. Larkin C Dylan Larkin C Upper Body
A. Lyon G Alex Lyon G Finger
M. Rasmussen C Michael Rasmussen C Upper Body

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