Detroit Red Wings

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Detroit Red Wings
First Season
1926-27
Team History
Detroit Red Wings (1932-present)
Detroit Falcons (1930-32)
Detroit Cougars (1926-30)
Conference/Division
National Hockey League (1926-present)
  • Eastern Conference (2013-present)
    • Atlantic Division (2013-present)
  • Western Conference (1993-2013)
    • Central Division (1993-2013)
  • Campbell Conference (1981-93)
    • Norris Division (1981-93)
  • Wales Conference (1974-81)
    • Norris Division (1974-81)
  • East Division (1967-74)
  • American Division (1926-38)
Venue
Little Caesars Arena (2017-present)
Joe Louis Arena (1979-2017)
Detroit Olympia (1927-79)
Border Cities Arena (1926-27)
AHL Affiliate
Grand Rapids Griffins
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives


The Detroit Red Wings are a professional ice hockey team based in Detroit, Michigan. They compete in the National Hockey League (NHL) as a member of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference and are one of the Original Six teams of the league.

Publications

Home programs by season

Season/Date Type Opponent Venue
1930s
1934-35 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1937-38 Exhibition n/a Sports Stadium
1939-40 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1940s
1940-41 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1942-43 Postseason Toronto Maple Leafs Detroit Olympia
January 16, 1944 Regular Season Toronto Maple Leafs Detroit Olympia
1944-45 Postseason n/a Detroit Olympia
1947-48 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1948-49 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1949-50 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1950s
1950-51 Postseason Montreal Canadiens Detroit Olympia
1951-52 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1954-55 Postseason n/a Detroit Olympia
1955-56 Postseason n/a Detroit Olympia
1959-60 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1959-60 Postseason Toronto Maple Leafs Detroit Olympia
1960s
1960-61 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
Stanley Cup Finals Chicago Black Hawks Detroit Olympia
1961-62 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1962-63 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
Postseason (1 • 2) Chicago Black Hawks Detroit Olympia
Stanley Cup Finals (1 • 2) Toronto Maple Leafs Detroit Olympia
1963-64 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
Postseason Chicago Black Hawks Detroit Olympia
Stanley Cup Finals (1 • 2) Toronto Maple Leafs Detroit Olympia
1964-65 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1965-66 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
Postseason Chicago Black Hawks Detroit Olympia
1966-67 Regular Season (1 • 2) n/a Detroit Olympia
1967-68 Regular Season (1 • 2) n/a Detroit Olympia
1968-69 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1969-70 Regular Season 1 • 2 • 3) n/a Detroit Olympia
Postseason Chicago Black Hawks Detroit Olympia
1970s
1970-71 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1972-73 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1976-77 Regular Season n/a Detroit Olympia
1990s
1994-95 Stanley Cup Finals New Jersey Devils Joe Louis Arena, Brendan Byrne Arena
1997-98 Stanley Cup Finals Washington Capitals Joe Louis Arena
2010s
May 4, 2013 Postseason Anaheim Ducks Joe Louis Arena
January 1, 2014 Winter Classic Toronto Maple Leafs Michigan Stadium
February 27, 2016 Stadium Series Colorado Avalanche Coors Field
October 11, 2018 Regular Season Toronto Maple Leafs Little Caesars Arena

Media guides and yearbooks by season

Media guides

1950s 1958-59 • 1959-60
1960s 1960-61 • 1961-62 • 1963-64 • 1965-66 • 1966-67 • 1967-68 • 1968-69 • 1969-70
1970s 1971-72 • 1972-73 • 1973-74 • 1974-75 • 1975-76 • 1978-79 • 1979-80
1980s 1980-81 • 1985-86 • 1987-88 • 1988-89 • 1989-90
1990s 1991-92 • 1993-94 • 1994-95 • 1997-98 • 1999-2000
2010s 2016-17 • 2017-18 • 2018-19 • 2019-20
1980s 2021-22 • 2022-23

Yearbooks

1960s 1960-61 • 1964-65 • 1965-66 • 1966-67 • 1967-68 • 1968-69 • 1969-70
1980s 1984-85
1990s 1997-98
2000s 2008-09
2010s 2011-12 • 2017-18 • 2019-20
Detroit Red Wings head coaches
Art Duncan (1926-27) • Duke Keats (1927) • Jack Adams (1927-47) • Tommy Ivan (1947-54) • Jimmy Skinner (1954-58) • Sid Abel (1958-68) • Bill Gadsby (1968-69) • Sid Abel (1969-70) • Ned Harkness (1970-71) • Doug Barkley (1971) • Johnny Wilson (1971-73) • Ted Garvin (1973) • Alex Delvecchio (1973-75) • Doug Barkley (1975) • Alex Delvecchio (1975-77) • Larry Wilson (1977) • Bobby Kromm (1977-80) • Ted Lindsay (1980) • Wayne Maxner (1980-82) • Billy Dea (1982) • Nick Polano (1982-85) • Harry Neale (1985) • Brad Park (1985-86) • Jacques Demers (1986-90) • Bryan Murray (1990-93) • Scotty Bowman (1993-2002) • Barry Smith & Dave Lewis* (1998) • Dave Lewis (2002-05) • Mike Babcock (2005-15) • Jeff Blashill (2015-22) • Derek Lalonde (2022-present)

*interim coaches for five games while Scotty Bowman recovered from surgery


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