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The Red Wings hosted their annual development camp this week, bringing in some of their top prospects and invitees for on and off-ice training. While Joe Louis Arena was without power for most of the camp, the Wings’ prospects headed over to City Sports Arena in Detroit to continue their learning experiences. Here’s a look around the Internet for coverage of the development camp and all other things Red Wings.
- Here are some of the prospects articles from the Red Wings’ official website: Prospects ahead of the curve by end of camp, Landon Ferraro’s passion for another sport, Brendan Smith and Ben Marshall injured during camp, Thomas McCollum develops in Grand Rapids, Brooks Macek hopes to learn during camp. Check out the Wings’ headlines for more prospects coverage this week!
- George Sipple of the Detroit Free Press says top pick Riley Sheahan stood out at the development camp, and discusses how Chris Chelios’ children skated with the Wings all week.
- Chris McCosky of the Detroit News says the Wings have other options if Mike Modano doesn’t come to Detroit, and that this is a big year for prospect Landon Ferraro.
- The News’ Gregg Krupa remembers’ the late Bob Probert’s gentle side.
- Dana Wakiji of Fox Sports Detroit says there is a possibility that Brendan Smith could make the Wings’ roster right out of college.
- MLive.com’s Ansar Khan reports that Riley Sheahan is hoping for a better year at Notre Dame after the development camp, and that the Wings have high expectations for Thomas McCollum this season.
Here’s a look around the DRW blogs:
- Bleacher Report wonders if Pavel Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg will be reunited on a line this year.
- InPlay Magazine reports that the Wings are dominating the NHL.com top plays of the season.
- Detroithockey.net discusses the Modano situation.
- Motown Wings talks about Brett Lebda’s departure for Toronto.
- Nightmare on Helm Street looks at the Wings’ different jersey styles over the years.
- Winging it in Motown shares some links for more DRW blogs.