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The Detroit Red Wings play in the Eastern Conference as part of the Atlantic Division for the National Hockey League. The team started out as the Detroit Cougars in 1926 before becoming the Detroit Falcons for a brief period. In 1932, the name was changed from the Falcons to the Red Wings fans know and love today. 1934 marked the first year that the Red Wings managed to progress to the Stanley Cup Finals, but the team was defeated by the opposing Chicago Blackhawks. The Red Wings continued to refine hockey techniques over the years, but the team entered a slump in the 1960s that would last for two decades. With the drafting of Steve Yzerman in 1983, the team managed to start coming out of the downward spiral. In addition to several roster changes over the years to help the team improve, the Red Wings have changed home game locations as well. Grab your Detroit Red Wings tickets at StubHub and never miss a game from this winning hockey franchise.
Where can I get tickets to a Detroit Red Wings game?
The Detroit Red Wings hold the honor of being the hockey franchise with the most wins for the Stanley Cup for a US team. It's no surprise that matches between the Red Wings and its rivals can be popular. If you want to make sure you don't miss out on any of the heated action on the ice, you can head over to StubHub and take a look at the entire Detroit Red Wings' schedule there. You'll find additional information on away game venues and opposing teams as well as ticket pricing details. All tickets you buy at StubHub include guarantees.
Where do the Detroit Red Wings play?
After playing for several decades at the Olympia Stadium and then the defunct Joe Louis Arena, the Red Wings now call the Little Caesars Arena home. The venue is relatively new and opened its doors for the first time in 2017. The arena has a uniquely deconstructed layout that places stores, offices and restaurants outside of the main venue, but everything is connected via an enclosed glass roof. The arena area is built in a bowl shape and features eight levels in total. It can seat 19,515 fans for ice hockey games. This capacity can be increased for other sporting events or concerts if needed.
Who is the head coach for the Detroit Red Wings?
Jeff Blashill serves as the current coach for the Detroit Red Wings, a position he has held since 2015. Prior to this move, Blashill had experience coaching teams such as the Grand Rapids Griffins for the AHL and several university hockey organizations. He played ice hockey during his college career.
Have the Detroit Red Wings ever won a national title?
Yes. In addition to both conference and divisional championships, the Detroit Red Wings boast a total of 11 Stanley Cup wins over the course of the team's career. The Red Wings took home the most recent Stanley Cup in the team's history at the culmination of the 2007—2008 season. The team has also won its conference six times and the divisional championship a total of 19 times.
What was the Detroit Red Wings’ record last season?
The Detroit Red Wings had a rough previous season and lost a total of 49 games to 17 wins. The Red Wings also suffered 5 additional losses in overtime out of the 71 games played. The team finished at No. 8 for the Atlantic Division and missed the playoffs for the third straight year.
Do the Detroit Red Wings have any historical rivalries?
The Detroit Red Wings share some interesting rivalries with a few other ice hockey teams. There is something of a geographical rivalry between this team and the Maple Leafs given the relative proximity of the two cities. A longstanding and intense rivalry between the Blackhawks and the Red Wings effectively ended when the latter team moved to a different division prior to the 2013 season.