The Malik Report
by Paul on 08/13/13 at 03:47 PM ET
Ansar Khan of Mlive had a chat with Ken Holland today...
Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland made a concerted effort to clear some roster spots and shed salary by making a trade this off-season, but had no luck.
It doesn't appear as if anything will materialize before the season.
“Things are pretty quiet,'' Holland said Tuesday. “There's not much going on.
“At this stage, lots of teams will go to camp feeling their kids will fill holes for them.''
That will force the Red Wings to seek other means to trim up to two players before the start of the season.
“If we have to go to training camp with what we have I feel OK,'' Holland said. “There will be more talk in camp. There's moves to be made to get ourselves cap compliant.''
continue for more on the Wings including Nyquist contract talks...
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