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2 Tickets NHL Detroit Red Wings vs Los Angeles Kings 11 28
2 Tickets NHL Detroit Red Wings vs Los Angeles Kings 11 28

$39.00

 Detroit Red Wings v NJ Devils  11 25 17 Without the StubHub Surcharges
Detroit Red Wings v NJ Devils 11 25 17 Without the StubHub Surcharges

$170.00

Two 2 Tickets Detroit Red Wings vs Winnipeg Jets 12 5 Sec 213 Row 10
Two 2 Tickets Detroit Red Wings vs Winnipeg Jets 12 5 Sec 213 Row 10

$42.00

Detroit Red Wings vs Los Angeles Kings 11 28 17 730 PM
Detroit Red Wings vs Los Angeles Kings 11 28 17 730 PM

$100.00

4 VIP Tickets NJ Devils vs VS DETROIT RED WINGS  Prudential Center 1 22
4 VIP Tickets NJ Devils vs VS DETROIT RED WINGS Prudential Center 1 22

$340.00

2 Detroit Red Wings vs Winnipeg Jets December 5 2017 Tickets LC Arena
2 Detroit Red Wings vs Winnipeg Jets December 5 2017 Tickets LC Arena

$80.00

Detroit Red Wings Playoff vs Chicago Blackhawks Tickets 05 20 13 Detroit 4PAK
Detroit Red Wings Playoff vs Chicago Blackhawks Tickets 05 20 13 Detroit 4PAK

$350.00

2 Tickets Detroit Red Wings vs San Jose Sharks on 1 31 18  800 pm  LCA
2 Tickets Detroit Red Wings vs San Jose Sharks on 1 31 18 800 pm LCA

$99.99

Detroit Red Wings Season Tickets 2017 2018
Detroit Red Wings Season Tickets 2017 2018

$6,200.00

4 TICKETS ACELA CLUB LEVEL DETROIT RED WINGS AT WASHINGTON CAPITALS 2 11
4 TICKETS ACELA CLUB LEVEL DETROIT RED WINGS AT WASHINGTON CAPITALS 2 11

$995.00

2 TICKETS ACELA CLUB LEVEL DETROIT RED WINGS AT WASHINGTON CAPITALS 2 11
2 TICKETS ACELA CLUB LEVEL DETROIT RED WINGS AT WASHINGTON CAPITALS 2 11

$498.00

2 TICKETS DETROIT RED WINGS  PITTSBURGH PENGUINS 1 13 2018 227 G 5 6
2 TICKETS DETROIT RED WINGS PITTSBURGH PENGUINS 1 13 2018 227 G 5 6

$143.41

Washington Capitals vs Detroit Red Wings Tickets 2 11 2018 Ledge Food Parking
Washington Capitals vs Detroit Red Wings Tickets 2 11 2018 Ledge Food Parking

$500.00

2 TICKETS DETROIT RED WINGS  BUFFALO SABRES 3 29 Sec 102 Row 7 AISLE
2 TICKETS DETROIT RED WINGS BUFFALO SABRES 3 29 Sec 102 Row 7 AISLE

$159.99

FRONT ROW ACELA CLUB LEVEL 2 TICKETS DETROIT RED WINGS WASHINGTON CAPITALS 2 11
FRONT ROW ACELA CLUB LEVEL 2 TICKETS DETROIT RED WINGS WASHINGTON CAPITALS 2 11

$475.00

3 29 18 Buffalo Sabres vs Detroit Red Wings 100 Level 2 Tickets
3 29 18 Buffalo Sabres vs Detroit Red Wings 100 Level 2 Tickets

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One of the "Original Six" teams along with the Montreal Canadiens, Boston Bruins, Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Blackhawks and New York Rangers, the Detroit Red Wings are one of the most successful franchises in NHL history. Established prior to the 1927-28 season the team actually entered the league under the moniker, Detroit Cougars, and were the remnants of the WHL's Victoria Cougars. They would go through another name change a couple of years later, becoming the Detroit Falcons. Then in 1932 when James Norris purchased the team he changed the name to the Detroit Red Wings, and introduced the winged wheel logo that is so recognizable today.

The Red Wings won back to back Stanley Cups (their first and second) in 1936 and 1937. They would continue to be a force through the forties, going to three straight Stanley Cup Finals, including in 1943, when they defeated the Boston Bruins to win the franchise's third Stanley Cup. They would make the playoffs ever year that decade, making them one of the most consistently successful franchises of that era.

The Gordie Howe Years

In 1946 the greatest player ever to don a Detroit Red Wings jersey joined the club. Gordie Howe, who would later be known as Mr. Hockey, didn't make a huge impact in his first season, potting only 7 goals and registering 22 points, but in his second year he was matched with linemates Ted Lindsay and Sid Abel. The trio formed "The Production Line" one of the most feared and offensively dangerous units in NHL history.

Howe continued to improve every year, and in 1950, after consecutive Stanley Cup Finals losses to the Toronto Maple Leafs, he would will the Wings to their 4th Stanley Cup (his first) in a grueling seven game victory over the New York Rangers.

The Red Wings, led by Howe, Lindsay, Red Kelly, Alex Delvecchio and talented but enigmatic goaltender Terry Sawchuk, were a dynasty in the early part of the 1950s. They would win three more Stanley Cups - 1952, 1954, 1955 - during that time, before the balance of power shifted, and the Montreal Canadiens, loaded with stars like Maurice Richard, Henri Richard, Jean Beliveau, Doug Harvey and Jacques Plante would rise to dominance, winning 5 straight Stanley Cups.

In those years to come the Red Wings made some very questionable trades, dealing some of the greatest players to ever wear Red Wings jerseys. Ted Lindsay, Glenn Hall and Terry Sawchuk all were dealt. Sawchuk eventually returned to the club, but Detroit was forced to deal upcoming star Johnny Bucyk to reacquire the netminder.

Despite the blunders the Red Wings, led by Howe, would continue to be a force in the league throughout the 1960s. They would reach the Stanley Cup Finals on four separate occasions during the decade, but couldn't add to their Stanley Cup count.

The next decade and a half would be sarcastically referred to as the era of the "Dead Wings". Gordie Howe retired, and eventually went on to play for the New England Whalers in the WHA. The Wings had a couple of stars in Mickey Redmond and a young Marcel Dionne, but defensive and goaltending problems would hamper them from becoming competitive at all.

The Steve Yzerman Years

Though Gordie Howe is generally considered the greatest Red Wing of them all, if there is one player that can give him a run for his money in the discussion it is Stevie Y. Drafted by the Red Wings in 1983, Yzerman made an immediate impact with the club, scoring 39 goals and notching 87 points in his rookie campaign. This likely would have been good enough for the Calder Trophy if not for the fact that a certain Pittsburgh Penguins draft pick by the name of Mario Lemieux entered the league the same year.

Yzerman didn't have much help in the early years and the Red Wings continued to be one of the lowliest teams in the league. As Bob Probert, Gerard Gallant, Adam Oates and Petr Klima joined the mix the club, now guided by head coach Jacques Demers, began to improve, and in 1987 they impressed the hockey world when they made it all the way to the Stanley Cup semi-finals before being knocked out by Wayne Gretzky and the offensive juggernaut that was the Edmonton Oilers.

The following year they finished first in their division. However, their playoff fate was eerily similar. Once again they marched all the way to the semi-finals, only to be dispatched again by the Edmonton Oilers, on their way to their 4th Stanley Cup in 5 years.

The next two seasons were a bit of an anomaly. Despite the fact that captain Steve Yzerman put up the best numbers of his career, scoring 65 and 62 goals respectively, the Red Wings would lose out in the first round in 1989 and fail to make the playoffs altogether in 1990. Fans began to make noise that perhaps Yzerman should be moved. However, team management had faith in their captain. Coach Demers was given his walking papers instead.

The decision to hang on to Yzerman proved to be a wise one. Over the next few seasons he was joined by stars like Sergei Fedorov, Ray Sheppard, Vladimir Konstantinov, Nicklas Lidstrom and Paul Coffey. The stage was set for the Red Wings to become a dynasty, and under Yzerman's watch the club would not fail to make the playoffs again.

The Second Detroit Red Wings Dynasty

As good as the Red Wings were in the days of Howe, Lindsay, and Sawchuk the 1990s iteration of the club was arguably even better. Legendary Montreal Canadiens bench boss Scotty Bowman took over the coaching reins in 1993, and the team continued to stockpile power, bringing in Igor Larionov and Brendan Shanahan to add to the team's already powerful arsenal. In 1996, a year after losing in the Stanley Cup Finals to a young Martin Brodeur and his New Jersey Devils, the Red Wings set the league on fire. They set an NHL record by winning 62 games that year. Everyone pegged them to win their first Stanley Cup since the 1950s, but Joe Sakic, Peter Forsberg, Patrick Roy and the rest of the Colorado Avalanche spoiled the party, beating the Wings in 7 games in the semi-finals, before going on to Stanley Cup glory themselves.

However, despite the setback the Wings were simply too good to be denied. With former Calgary Flames Stanley Cup winning goaltender Mike Vernon anchoring the effort between the pipes the Red Wings got their revenge against the Avalanche, dispatching their nemesis before moving on to sweep Eric Lindros and the Philadelphia Flyers in the Stanley Cup Finals.

The following year would be more of the same. This time the Wings would meet an unlikely opponent - the Washington Capitals - in the finals. The result was the same: a four game sweep and another Stanley Cup victory.

Over the next few years the club would continue to excel in the regular season, but Western Conference rivals like the Colorado Avalanche and the Dallas Stars interrupted their dynasty for a few years. They would again reach the top of the heap in 2002, beating the Carolina Hurricanes, another surprise opponent, in the finals to nab their third Stanley Cup in six years.

Today's Detroit Red Wings

In this age of NHL parity the Detroit Red Wings have, through excellent team management, scouting and player development, managed to stay at or near the top of the league while other teams rise and fall with the shifting winds. Yzerman, Fedorov, Shanahan, Brett Hull and the bulk of the team's stars from the 1990s are no longer around. Now, the names on the backs of Detroit Red Wings sweaters include Pavel Datysuk, Henrik Zetterberg and Todd Bertuzzi. Nicklas Lidstrom, now team captain is one of only a handful of remnants from those powerhouse teams, but the transition has been pretty smooth. The most recent iteration of the Red Wings won the Stanley Cup in 2008, and reached game seven of the Stanley Cup Finals in 2009 before bowing out to the Pittsburgh Penguins.

With the realities of the cap world impacting them and teams like the Chicago Blackhawks, Vancouver Canucks, and Washington Capitals all coming on strong the time of the second Red Wings dynasty may indeed be at an end. But with Ken Holland at the reins, and a plethora of brilliant hockey minds throughout the organization, look for the Red Wings to continue to be in the mix for years to come.