Nathan records save; dead arm feels 'livelier'
When Joe Nathan talked about dead arm last week, he also talked about how quickly it can come back to life. That resuscitation seems to have started with his second save of the season on Thursday.
The Pistons lost many more games than they expected to this season, but the videotape of their last loss will be one that gives whoever becomes the new general manager much to work with, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
Remembering Sonny Eliot
Legendary weatherman Sonny Eliot annually provided the Thanksgiving Day forecast for Red Wings' radio broadcasts. Listen to his final Wings' forecast from No. 25, 2010.
Blackhawks "Morning Skate Live" returns on Monday
The Chicago Blackhawks announced today the return of “Morning Skate Live” presented by Athletico Physical Therapy on Monday, April 21, at 10:30 a.m., in advance of Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs First Round series vs. the St. Louis Blues. The ...
Ausmus stands by decision for Torii's sacrifice bunt
Brad Ausmus follows former manager Jim Leyland's adage that certain decisions may not be bad regardless of whether they work out, but he did take a second look at his choice to have Torii Hunter attempt to lay down a sac bunt in the eighth on Wednesday.
Blackhawks Buzz: April 17, 2014 at St. Louis Blues - Game 1
1) The Second Season
The Blackhawks head to St. Louis on Thursday for their Game 1 matchup against the Blues, opening the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs for both squads. Chicago went 2-1-2 against the Blues this season, but outscored their Central Div...
Slider-inclined Alburquerque improves on fastball
All the emphasis the Tigers placed on Al Alburquerque in Spring Training about throwing his fastball and locating it might have paid off. Detroit's slider-throwing reliever, known for swing-and-miss stuff but also missing the strike zone for stretches, threw a scoreless inning Wednesday night without a walk or a strikeout.
Out with a Bang
The Pistons lost a thriller in Oklahoma City, a 112-111 game that saw rookie Kentavious Caldwell-Pope score a career-high 30 as their young core finished strong, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
Tom Renney talks about his new job as Red Wings' associate coach
Tale of two seasons for Blackhawks' special teams
Last year, the Chicago Blackhawks proved just how valuable a great penalty-killing effort can be through the regular season and Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Despite having a power play that ranked 19th in the regular season (16.7 percent) and 13th out...
Pistons Mailbag - April 16, 2014
Change at the top fosters a slew of questions about the direction of the franchise, as you might expect. Pistons fans were busy the past few days firing up their questions. On with Mailbag...
Blackhawks recall goaltender Mac Carruth
The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that they have recalled goaltender Mac Carruth from the Rockford IceHogs of the American Hockey League.
Carruth, 22, has split the season between the IceHogs, and the ECHL’s Toledo Walleye and Florida Ever...
Kinsler's huge day leads Tigers over Tribe
Ian Kinsler continued his hot start with a three-run homer in a four-run fifth inning to propel Detroit to a 7-5 win on Thursday afternoon at Comerica Park. Kinsler later added an RBI single.
Quenneville spreads wealth with Blackhawks' offense
It looks like Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville is going to experiment with his team's wealth of talent to start the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Quenneville rolled out some interesting new forward lines Tuesday during an hour-long practice. I...