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Red Wings GM Ken Holland speaks with Detroit Sports 105.1 FM’s Matt Dery

Red Wings GM Ken Holland appeared on Detroit Sports Radio 105.1 FM's Matt Dery show earlier this afternoon, and they both posted Dery's interview with Ken Holland on their webpage and made the MP3 of the interview available to KK and TMR.

Holland discussed the Wings' struggles to find secondary scoring, their loss to the Senators and the progress of the team thus far, ad he addressed the statuses of Darren Helm, Patrick Eaves and their soon-to-be-made-necessary roster moves, which Holland hopes will allow the team to recall Gustav Nyquist, who's currently sidelined in Grand Rapids due to an undisclosed injury:

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the fans want Nyquist… exactly why fans should never ever have a say with a team

Posted by cberth on 10/24/13 at 03:39 PM ET

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Um @cberth, clearly Holland wants Nyquist back too. He said in his interview “We think he’s a good player…hopefully we can get Gus back.” But Holland tied his hands by bringing back Cleary. Great move there, Ken. Dude has 2 points in 11 games.

Posted by ZandPasha11 on 10/24/13 at 03:51 PM ET

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