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Ducks down Redwings in 25 year celebration.

October 8th 1993, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim would take to the ice for the first time in regular season to open up their first NHL campaign in Franchise history facing off against the Detroit Redwings. Fast forward to October 8th 2018, the Anahiem Ducks are once more face to face with the Detroit Redwings as they celebrate the 25 year milestone.

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In Defense of a Small Defenseman

Currently, the Detroit Red Wings are not a defensively-gifted team, and contracts are among their defensive woes. It’s difficult to make space on the blueline with so many no-trade clauses and modified no-trade clauses creating a backlog of young, potentially NHL-ready defensemen who don’t get a chance at the NHL level before being traded elsewhere because the blueline is so static. The Wings’ defense isn’t getting any younger either. Some good news, however, is that after this season (the 2018-19 season) two roster spots may open, as both Niklas Kronwall and Nick Jensen become unrestricted free agents. With his age and recurring knee issues, Kronwall is likely to retire.

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