Red Wings hope to do more than just make playoffs
has had a hard time luring top free agents over the last few offseasons. One player the Red Wings did sign in 2013, Stephen Weiss , is hoping to rebound after having sports hernia surgery last season and playing only 26 games. ''It's great
Red Wings hoping for healthier 2014-15
old guys and young kids.'' Even though Detroit struck out in free agency this year, one of last year's prizes - Stephen Weiss - is hoping to rebound after seeing action in just 26 games in his first Red Wings season after signing a five-year
Wings' Weiss determined to prove he can still play at high level
It's safe to say the Detroit Red Wings suffered more than their fair share of injuries last season, and center Stephen Weiss was no exception. Weiss appeared in just 26 games before undergoing sports hernia surgery on Dec. 23. He hoped to
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time I really caught on to hockey is my dad took me to the draft down here [at the now BB&T Center] in 2000 when Stephen Weiss got drafted," Payne said at development camp. "He was kind of the first Panther I ever saw. Really the Panthers
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SUNRISE, Fla. -- Stephen Weiss knows about the effort it takes to start over Weiss poured his heart into numerous attempts to rebuild the Florida Panthers franchise
Holland after tough day: 'We'll keep kicking tires'
It's wide open. "Other teams are after these players, too. Last year, we got the guys we wanted (forwards Stephen Weiss and Daniel Alfredsson). This year, we didn't." Holland is well aware of the speculation that Detroit is no longer
Florida Panthers' five-year draft review
transition to the pros. Florida, historically, drafted players with high upside who never quite met expectations. Stephen Weiss was described as the next Steve Yzerman. Nathan Horton was projected to be a 50-goal scorer. Jay Bouwmeester
Locals Suellentrop, Payne hope to earn contracts with Panthers
time I really caught on to hockey is my dad took me to the draft down here (at the now BB&T Center) in 2000 when Stephen Weiss got drafted," Payne said while standing near the locker that Weiss once called his own. "He was kind of the first
Can new magic Legwand take these broken Wings to playoffs again?
a rash of injuries to forwards Henrik Zetterberg (back), Pavel Datsyuk (knee), Darren Helm (headaches) and Stephen Weiss (sports hernia). "It really started about noon today," Detroit GM Ken Holland said. "I started to get information
What's next for the Wings after Sochi?
Detroit's fortunes looked promising up front because of the maturation of young forwards and the improving health of Stephen Weiss and Johan Franzen. Zetterberg's loss will be a difficult blow to absorb, and if Datsyuk's left knee acts up