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  1. Updated Red Wings lineup Looking for an upgrade in the bottom six. Any teams looking to move a gritty bottom six winger should get in contact with the Red Wings.
  2. Detroit is present. Not as active as I want to be with the season around the corner, but I will do my best in the next few weeks to reply to any messages/trade offers.
  3. RUMOR: Teams interested in a top-6 forward should contact the Detroit Red Wings, as it appears the Red Wings may be looking to move one of their top-6 wingers.
  4. The Red Wings are ecstatic to add Brent Seabrook to our organization. A full press release will be made after all free agent dealings have been finalized.
  5. DETROIT RED WINGS Zach Parise - Ryan O'Reilly - Jakub Voracek James van Riemsdyk - Adam Henrique - Bobby Ryan Elias Lindholm - Tommy Wingels - __________ Marcus Foligno - Andreas Athansiou - _________ Olli Maatta - Brendan Smith Darnell Nurse - Jay Bouwmeester Derrick Pouliot - Mark Boroweicki John Gibson _______ ANN ARBOR WOLVERINES Beau Bennett - Connor Brickley - Zach Hyman Taylor Beck - Dennis Rasmussen - Jakub Vrana Mitch Moroz - Morgan Klimchuk Robert Hagg - Andrew Ference Carl Dahlstrom - Troy Stecher Dillon Fournier Calvin Pickard Tristan Jarry CJ Motte UNSIGNED Jack Roslovic - Kyle Connor - Jesse Puljujarvi Riley Tufte - Mitchell Stephens - Rasmus Asplund Dillon Dube - Erik Foley Noah Hanifin - Ivan Provorov
  6. Detroit would like to assign forwards Beau Bennett, Taylor Beck, Zach Hyman and Connor Brickley to our AHL affiliate. An updated lineup will be posted later this evening.
  7. WAIVERS: The Detroit Red Wings place D Andrew Ference on waivers. If cleared, please assign to our minor league affiliate.
  8. Detroit has submitted their draft list and hopes to come out of this draft with some exciting new young talent. Will be online this evening for GMs wanting to talk trade post-draft. I will address any PMs during my lunch break as well, which should be around a few hours before the draft begins. Have fun guys!
  9. Detroit will be available the remainder of the evening to discuss any last minutes deals before the draft. Inquire if you have any interest in any players. As it stands, no offer has really made the Red Wings consider moving picks 34 and/or 35. Management is more than pleased to hold onto the picks if nothing surfaces of interest in the next few hours.
  10. The Red Wings are very pleased to have acquired their goalie of the future in John Gibson. I would like to thank TW for the negotiations, as it was an honest and fair negotiation that spanned a good amount of time. Having had lottery picks each of the past 3 seasons, including the 3rd overall pick in the Draft on Saturday, it was time to take a leap of faith and go all in with this team. I have spent the better part of 3 seasons putting this core together, and feel that this year will be the time for them to break out and take us over the hump and into the playoffs. We are still looking to acquire some more mature pieces to add to our team, but are very happy with how the offseason has progressed and look forward to continuing talks with other GMs heading into the draft. With lottery picks Noah Hanifin, Ivan Provorov, Kyle Connor, Elias Lindholm, Darnell Nurse, Derrick Pouliot, and Jakub Vrana in the system, alongside the player selected in the draft on Saturday, we felt comfortable moving our 1st rounder next year in hopes of solidifying the single greatest hole on our depth chart. Since the loss of Jonathan Quick, we have had difficulty putting ourselves in a position to acquire a goaltender, but found a perfect trading partner in Columbus. The picks traded were not more than what it would have cost via an offersheet, plus we get the added bonus of having a team friendly deal without burning any bridges. We are very happy to have John join the system and have him play a key role heading into next season. Speaking of the draft on Saturday, the Red Wings are willing to move both 2nd round picks they currently hold in the draft (34th and 35th overall). Unfortunately, work has gotten in the way and won't let me attend the draft in person, so any moving of picks will have to occur before Friday night. Any interested parties please get in touch.
  11. Congrats to both the Senators and Blue Jackets on a great final, and a big congrats to Ty Webb and the rest of the Columbus organization on winning their 1st CDCGML title.
  12. Detroit is open for business heading into the draft. Will be online majority of the day so expect quick replies. Listening to offers on nearly any asset.
  13. REPORT: The Detroit Red Wings may consider moving the 3rd overall pick.
  14. The Detroit Red Wings are in the market for a couple of bottom-6 "sandpaper" players. If any team is looking to move one of their gritty bottom-6 players, please get in touch with the Red WIngs.
  15. Detroit is looking to move up into the 10-15 range of the draft. Any teams interested in moving down should get in touch with the Red Wings.