Regner: Wings coach Babcock should wait and see
Mike Babcock , a 1986 graduate of McGill University in Quebec, Canada, moved to ..... Detroit. "I am not overly concerned because of my relationship with Mike Babcock ," Holland told me about Babcock's contract situation. "I'm the
Regner: Next season could be finale for Red Wings coach Babcock
Mike Babcock will coach the Detroit Red Wings through the end of next season. That's a certainty. But beyond next year, it's really up
Thursday's Sports In Brief
2013-14 to make the playoffs for the 23rd consecutive season, but the Red Wings lost in the first round to Boston. Coach Mike Babcock has one year remaining on his contract. Holland has been with the Red Wings in some capacity for 31 seasons. He was a player
Babcock reflects on Lidstrom's career
Mike Babcock talks before the Red Wings retired Nicklas Lidstrom's number.
Babcock: We weren't good enough
Red Wings coach Mike Babcock vents his frustration as Detroit falls 5-3 to Montreal.
Red Wings fall to Blue Jackets
Coach Mike Babcock on the Red Wings' 4-2 loss to the Blue Jackets.
After heart surgery, Stars' Peverley working on return
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Holland after tough day: 'We'll keep kicking tires'
Holland also scoffed at the notion that free agents won't come to Detroit because they don't want to play for head coach Mike Babcock . "I think we got a fabulous coach," Holland said. "Steve Yzerman has picked him for two Olympic teams, and the results
Source: Wings will go all in for Matt Niskanen
after the interview period (which is ongoing). "I talked to four to five players personally, with Kris Draper and Mike Babcock , talked to a number of agents. You're telling them about your program. At the end of the day, the agent gives you a
NHL's West is best again in Stanley Cup finals
of those teams have built programs with a lot of depth after being terrible for a long time,'' Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock said in a phone interview. ''They made good picks and made the right moves.'' The Kings were bad enough to have the