The Detroit Red Wings are mad. They did not win the Stanley Cup and failed to fulfill Marian Hossa's wish, which lead to his departure. Teams in the Central should take notice that this team will be hungry once again and has only reloaded once again.
The Red Wings finished last season with a record of 51-21-10, which was good for 112 points and the second seed in the Western Conference behind the regular season juggernaut of San Jose.
The Wings made it back to the Stanley Cup Finals and once again faced the Pittsburgh Penguins, only this time the Wings had Hossa. But the Pens had learned from the year before and took it to the Wings. While the series went seven games it seemed like destiny that Pittsburgh would win.
Marian Hossa lead Detroit with 40 goals, ...
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Article written by Michael Wagenknecht