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DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings today announced that a pregame party is set to begin at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon (Saturday, Sept. 23) in the Chevrolet Plaza at Little Caesars Arena in advance of the Red Wings first preseason home game against the Boston Bruins at 7:00 p.m. (FOX Sports Detroit Plus / 1270 AM).

Fans with tickets to tonight’s game – and fans without tickets – are invited to the Chevrolet Plaza to celebrate the first hockey game at Little Caesars Arena with Red Wings alumni signings, live music and entertainment, Detroit Red Wings Experience interactive games, food and drinks and much more. The pregame party is free to the general public.

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Ease Up Boys

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Tyler Bertuzzi Out Up To A Month

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Video- Tom Wilson Will Have A Hearing Today With Department Of Player Safety

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First hearing for George Parros.

 

 

Video of the hit is below...

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The Morning Skate At The LCA

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Ansar Khan tweets,

lines at skate:
Tatar-Sheahan-Nyquist
Mantha-Larkin-Frk
Helm-Nielsen-Parenteau
Booth-Glendening-Witkowski

defense pairs at skate:
DeKeyser-Daley
Ouellet-Green
Ericsson-Jensen

more as needed...

added 10:42am, Khan...

Looks like Coreau is backing up Howard tonight 

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What’s Next For The NHL And China?

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from John Shannon of Sportsnet,

If you’re going to go to China, commit to it. Don’t be half-baked. Don’t expect six days in September to suffice as “growing the game.” Do it, and do it well. And do it beyond 2022. Don’t disappear after the Olympics. If this market is as fertile as many suggest, it means continuing to play games, and create awareness for years — YEARS — to come.

All to often we have seen enthusiastic plans followed by corporate apathy.

That can’t happen this time.

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Morning Line- Travis Green

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"The responsibility once we leave is, how do we get kids on the ice? How do we get kids playing hockey and falling in love with the game the way it is in North America? It's a great game. It's a fast game, competitive. I think it's a great sport to watch, especially live in person.

"Hopefully we can get people to fall in love with it in China, and the next time we come over there's more people playing the game."

-Travis Green, head coach of the Vancouver Canucks.  Nicholas J. Cotsonika of NHL.com has more on the future of hockey in China.

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Zach Parise On His Reported Back Injury

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from Rachel Blount of the Star Tribune,

Parise remained vague about the injury — reported to be a back issue — that kept him out of full workouts for the first seven days of camp. He also declined to predict whether he would play any preseason games. Still, he felt good after a practice that lasted a little less than an hour at Xcel Energy Center, which seemed satisfying enough under the circumstances.

The goal, Parise said, is to be ready for the season opener Oct. 5 at Detroit. By his definition, that means feeling completely healthy, a goal he still is pursuing.

“It was a good step, I thought,’’ said Parise, who sat out the 2016 playoffs because of a herniated disc that bothered him for much of the season.

“It’s frustrating, but at the same time, there’s still a good chunk of time before the season starts. Right now, it’s about being smart.

“At this time of the season, you want to go in feeling good. You want to go in without nursing something or at 80 percent. You want to not have that stuff be on the top of your mind. Just go in, relax and play. And that’s what I’m shooting toward.’’

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Steven Stamkos Returned To The Ice Last Night

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from Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times,

Stamkos said it was a rewarding return after a long summer of rehab from a torn lateral meniscus, the toughest injury physically he has had to come back from. He said he didn't feel nervous heading into Friday; he was more excited.

"I was pleasantly surprised with just the calming influence I had in making plays again," Stamkos said.

Hedman said he knew Stamkos saw him before the first shift-assist.

"The talent he is, the natural he is in this game, he's one of the best in the league," Hedman said. "For him to come back like that after a scary (injury), to see him up and running again, it was fun to watch."

Stamkos showed off his trademark speed and shot, finding his familiar spot in the left circle on the power play. He got bumped and said he wasn't thinking much about the knee.

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Below, video of Stamkos post-game...

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Business Ideas 101: How to Make Real Profit by being a Professional Horse Racing Gambler

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By Mark,

 

 

While there may be many business ideas you can take advantage of, there’s something to be said about taking advantage of online resources such as betting sites. Many sports have become popular for punters, both professional and amateur alike, but horse racing has become ever more popular today. If you love sports such as horse racing and you like to place bets from time to time, why not translate this passion of yours into something more substantial; something that could actually make you a profit? It is possible to become a professional horse racing gambler, but it doesn’t happen overnight. Here’s what you need to know to make real profit as a professional horse racing punter.

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