Red Wings G.M. Ken Holland on Development

Jonathan Willis
April 25 2012 03:15PM

Ken Holland became the general manager of the Detroit Red Wings in the summer of 1997. Thirteen Stanley Cups have been awarded since then; his Red Wings have more than anyone else with three. He’s managed to keep a team that was old when he inherited it competitive.

He’s also managed – despite picks being either low or traded away – to keep restocking his team.

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Team Canada Takes Shape – And Looks Pretty Good, Too

Jonathan Willis
April 25 2012 11:54AM

With the additions of Duncan Keith and Patrick Sharp, this year’s Canadian entry at the World Championships is shaping up to be one of the strongest we’ve seen recently. Given how Canada has fared the last few years at the Worlds, that’s a very good thing.

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Here And There

Jason Strudwick
April 24 2012 03:37PM

Good luck to Jordan Eberle, nominated for the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy.

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LOWE: ON LEADERSHIP, HIERARCHY AND THE LOTTERY

Jason Gregor
April 24 2012 11:31AM

Last week I caught up with Kevin Lowe and got his thoughts on being GM at the World Championships, picking Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, winning the lottery, the right time for the kids to become leaders and the hierarchy of the Oilers.

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COMPLETING THE FAB FOUR

Lowetide
April 23 2012 08:11PM

Since winning the lottery and the right to pick 1st overall in the 2012 draft, most fans and pundits have assumed that the club will pick young Russian Nail Yakupov. Makes sense. He's the most talented offensive player in the draft. But does that mean they'll take him? Is there a chance the Oilers trade down and grab a defenseman as the final member of their draft "fab four?"

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