Just before free agency opened across the National Hockey League, the Detroit Red Wings locked up two pieces of their American Hockey League affiliate's run to the Western Conference Finals.
The Detroit Red Wings signed free agent defenseman Mike Green to a three year deal on Wednesday. The deal is reportedly worth $6 million per season.
The 29-year-old - who has spent his entire career with the Washington Capitals - is a right-handed shot.
The Hockey Hall of Fame announced on Monday that two former Red Wings will be included in their Class of 2015.
The Detroit Red Wings selected six players in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft on Friday and Saturday.
Detroit did not have a second-round pick in the seven-round event, hosted by the Florida Panthers. They had traded their second- and third-round picks but acquired Dallas' third-round pick in trade..
The Detroit Red Wings - along with the rest of the National Hockey League - announced their schedule for the 2015-16 regular season on Thursday.
The Red Wings will open the season at home on October 9, hosting former head coach Mike Babcock and the Toronto Maple Leafs.
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