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                            ***** Detroit Red Wings *****
     
      Team Founded: 1926
      Team History: 1926-30      - Detroit Cougars
                    1930-32      - Detroit Falcons
                    1932-Present - Detroit Red Wings
     
      Team Colors:  Red & White
     
      Arena Address: Joe Louis Arena
                     600 Civic Center Drive
                     Detroit, MI 48226
                     (313) - 396-7544
     
      Opened: December 12, 1979
      First Official Game:  December 27, 1979, 3-2 loss to St. Louis Blues
      Arena Capacity: 19,983
     
      Owner/Govenor:  Michael Ilitch
      Owner & Secretary/Treasurer:  Marian Ilitch
      Senior Vice President:  Jim Devellano
      Vice President/General Manager: Ken Holland
      Head Coach: Mike Babcock
     
                                Coaching History:
     
      Term               Coach                       Reg.Season     Playoff
      1926-27            Art Duncan                   20- 21-  2
                         (Replaced after 33 Games in 1926-27 Season
                         Duke Keats                    2-  7-  2
                         (Interim Head Coach for 11 Games in 1926-27 Season)
      1927-47            Jack Adams                  413-390-161     52-52
      1947-54            Tommy Ivan                  262-118- 90     34-31
      1954-58            Jimmy Skinner               123- 79- 46     14-12
                         (Replaced after 38 Games in 1957-58 Season)
                         Sid Abel                     16- 11-  5      0- 4
      1958-68            Sid Abel                    286-306-112     29-32
      1968-70            Bill Gadsby                  35- 31- 12
                         (Replaced after 2 Games in 1969-70 Season)
                         Sid Abel                     38- 21- 15      0- 4
      1970-71            Ned Harkness                 12- 22-  4
                         (Replaced after 38 Games in 1970-71 Season)
                         Doug Barkley                 10- 23-  7
      1971-72            Doug Barkley                  3-  8-  0
                         (Replaced after 11 Games in 1971-72 Season)
                         Johnny Wilson                30- 27- 10
      1972-73            Johnny Wilson                37- 29- 12
      1973-74            Ted Garvin                    2-  8-  1
                         (Replaced after 11 Games in 1973-74 Season)
                         Alex Delvecchio              27- 31-  9
      1974-75            Alex Delvecchio              23- 45- 12
      1975-76            Doug Barkley                  7- 15-  4
                         (Replaced after 26 Games in 1975-76 Season)
                         Alex Delvecchio/Bill Dea     19- 29-  6
                         (Delvecchio was officially the Head Coach, but Dea worked
                         behind the bench).
      1976-77            Alex Delvecchio/Billy Dea    13- 26-  5
                         (Replaced after 44 Games in 1976-77 Season - Delvecchio
                         was officially the Head Coach, but Dea worked behind the
                         bench).
                         Larry Wilson                  3- 29-  4
                         (Interim Head Coach for 36 Games in 1976-77 Season)
      1977-80            Bobby Kromm                  79-111- 41      3- 4
                         (Replaced after 71 Games in 1979-80 Season)
                         Ted Lindsay                   2-  7-  0
                         (Ted Lindsay officially was Head Coach but Marcel
                         Pronovost worked behind the bench)
      1980-81            Ted Lindsay                   3- 14-  3
                         (Replaced after 20 Games in 1980-81 Season)
                         Wayne Maxner                 16- 29- 15
      1981-82            Wayne Maxner                 18- 39- 12
                         (Replaced after 69 Games in 1981-82 Season)
                         Billy Dea                     3-  8-  0
                         (Interim Head Coach for 11 Games in 1981-82 Season)
      1982-85            Nick Polano                  79-127- 34      1- 6
      1985-86            Harry Neale                   8- 23-  4
                         (Replaced after 35 Games in 1985-86 Season)
                         Brad Park                     9- 36-  2
                         (Interim Head Coach for 45 Games in 1985-86 Season)
      1986-90            Jacques Demers              137-136- 47     20-18
      1990-93            Bryan Murray                125- 95- 29     10-15
      1993-2002          Scotty Bowman               410-204- 87     86-48
      2002-2005          Dave Lewis                   96- 47- 21      6-10
      2005-present       Mike Babcock                415-198- 91     64-52
     
      Retired Numbers: (7)
     
       1 - Terry Sawchuck
       5 - Nicklas Lidstrom
       7 - Ted Lindsay
       9 - Gordie Howe
      10 - Alex Delvecchio
      12 - Sid Abel
      19 - Steve Yzerman
     
      Red Wings in the Hall of Fame: (57)
     
      1958 - Alex Connell, Frank Foyston, Frank Frederickson, George Hay,
             Duke Keats, James Norris, Sr.
      1959 - Jack Adams, Cecil "Tiny" Thompson
      1960 - Jack Walker
      1961 - Charlie Conacher
      1962 - James D. Norris
      1963 - Ebbie Goodfellow, Earl Seibert
      1964 - Jack Stewart
      1965 - Syd Howe, Marty Barry
      1966 - Ted Lindsay
      1969 - Sid Abel, Red Kelly, Bruce A. Norris
      1970 - Bill Gadsby
      1971 - Terry Sawchuk, Cooney Weiland
      1972 - Hap Holmes, Gordie Howe
      1973 - Doug Harvey
      1974 - Tommy Ivan, Carl Voss
      1975 - Glenn Hall
      1976 - Bill Quackenbush
      1977 - Alex Delvecchio
      1978 - Andy Bathgate, Marcel Pronovost
      1980 - Harry Lumley
      1981 - Frank Mahovlich, John Bucyk
      1982 - Norm Ullman
      1985 - Budd Lynch
      1986 - Leo Boivin
      1987 - Eddie Giacomin, John A. Ziegler Jr.
      1988 - Brad Park
      1989 - Herbie Lewis, Darryl Sittler
      1991 - Bruce Martyn, Marcel Dionne
      2001 - Viacheslav Fetisov
      2002 - Bernie Federko
      2003 - Mike Ilitch
      2004 - Paul Coffey, Larry Murphy
      2008 - Igor Larionov
      2009 - Steve Yzerman, Brett Hull, Luc Robitaille
      2011 - Mark Howe
      2012 - Adam Oates
      2013 - Chris Chelios, Brendan Shanahan
      2014 - Dominik Hasek, Mike Modano
     
                                Yearly Records:
     
                            Reg. Season                     Playoffs
      Year    Location    W   L   T   OL  PTS  Pos   Div     W  L  PCT.
      --------------------------------------------------------------------------
      1926-27 Detroit    12  28   4        28   (5)  Amer.
      1927-28 Detroit    19  19   6        44   (4)  Amer.
      1928-29 Detroit    19  16   9        47   (3)  Amer.   0  2  .000
      1929-30 Detroit    14  24   6        34   (4)  Amer.
      1930-31 Detroit    16  21   7        39   (4)  Ame
      1931-32 Detroit    18  20  10        46   (3)  Amer.   0  1  .000
      1932-33 Detroit    25  15   8        58   (2)  Amer.   2  2  .500
      1933-34 Detroit    24  14  10        58   (1)  Amer.   4  5  .444
      1934-35 Detroit    19  22   7        45   (4)  Amer.
      1935-36 Detroit    24  16   8        56   (1)  Amer.   6  1  .857 Champions
      1936-37 Detroit    25  14   9        59   (1)  Amer.   6  4  .600 Champions
      1937-38 Detroit    12  25  11        35   (4)  Amer.
      1938-39 Detroit    18  24   6        42   (5)          3  3  .500
      1939-40 Detroit    16  26   6        38   (5)          2  3  .400
      1940-41 Detroit    21  16  11        53   (3)          4  5  .444
      1941-42 Detroit    19  25   4        42   (5)          7  5  .583
      1942-43 Detroit    25  14  11        61   (1)          8  2  .800 Champions
      1943-44 Detroit    26  18   6        58   (2)          1  4  .200
      1944-45 Detroit    31  14   5        67   (2)          7  7  .500
      1945-46 Detroit    20  20  10        50   (4)          1  4  .200
      1946-47 Detroit    22  27  11        55   (4)          1  4  .200
      1947-48 Detroit    30  18  12        72   (2)          4  6  .400
      1948-49 Detroit    34  19   7        75   (1)          4  7  .364
      1949-50 Detroit    37  19  14        88   (1)          8  6  .571 Champions
      1950-51 Detroit    44  13  13       101   (1)          2  4  .333
      1951-52 Detroit    44  14  12       100   (1)          8  0 1.000 Champions
      1952-53 Detroit    36  16  18        90   (1)          2  4  .333
      1953-54 Detroit    37  19  14        88   (1)          8  4  .667 Champions
      1954-55 Detroit    42  17  11        95   (1)          8  3  .727 Champions
      1955-56 Detroit    30  24  16        76   (2)          5  5  .500
      1956-57 Detroit    38  20  12        88   (1)          1  4  .200
      1957-58 Detroit    29  29  12        70   (3)          0  4  .000
      1958-59 Detroit    25  37   8        58   (6)
      1959-60 Detroit    26  29  15        67   (4)          2  4  .333
      1960-61 Detroit    25  29  16        66   (4)          6  5  .545
      1961-62 Detroit    23  33  14        60   (5)
      1962-63 Detroit    32  25  13        77   (4)          5  6  .455
      1963-64 Detroit    30  29  11        71   (4)          7  7  .500
      1964-65 Detroit    40  23   7        87   (1)          3  4  .429
      1965-66 Detroit    31  27  12        74   (4)          6  6  .500
      1966-67 Detroit    27  39   4        58   (5)
      1967-68 Detroit    27  35  12        66   (6)  East
      1968-69 Detroit    33  31  12        78   (5)  East
      1969-70 Detroit    40  21  15        95   (3)  East    0  4  .000
      1970-71 Detroit    22  45  11        55   (7)  East
      1971-72 Detroit    33  35  10        76   (5)  East
      1972-73 Detroit    37  29  12        86   (5)  East
      1973-74 Detroit    29  39  10        68   (6)  East
      1974-75 Detroit    23  45  12        58   (4)  Norris
      1975-76 Detroit    26  44  10        62   (4)  Norris
      1976-77 Detroit    16  55   9        41   (5)  Norris
      1977-78 Detroit    32  34  14        78   (2)  Norris  3  4  .429
      1978-79 Detroit    23  41  16        62   (5)  Norris
      1979-80 Detroit    26  43  11        63   (5)  Norris
      1980-81 Detroit    19  43  18        56   (5)  Norris
      1981-82 Detroit    21  47  12        54   (6)  Norris
      1982-83 Detroit    21  44  15        57   (5)  Norris
      1983-84 Detroit    31  42   7        69   (3)  Norris  1  3  .250
      1984-85 Detroit    27  41  12        66   (3)  Norris  0  3  .000
      1985-86 Detroit    17  57   6        40   (5)  Norris
      1986-87 Detroit    34  36  10        78   (2)  Norris  9  7  .563
      1987-88 Detroit    41  28  11        93   (1)  Norris  9  7  .563
      1988-89 Detroit    34  34  12        80   (1)  Norris  2  4  .333
      1989-90 Detroit    28  38  14        70   (5)  Norris
      1990-91 Detroit    34  38   8        76   (3)  Norris  3  4  .429
      1991-92 Detroit    43  25  12        98   (1)  Norris  4  7  .364
      1992-93 Detroit    47  28   9       103   (2)  Norris  3  4  .429
      1993-94 Detroit    46  30   8       100   (1)  Cent    3  4  .429
      1994-95 Detroit *  33  11   4        70   (1)  Cent   12  6  .667
      1995-96 Detroit    62  13   7       131   (1)  Cent   10  9  .526
      1996-97 Detroit    38  26  18        94   (2)  Cent   16  4  .800 Champions
      1997-98 Detroit    44  23  15       103   (2)  Cent   16  6  .727 Champions
      1998-99 Detroit    43  32   7        93   (1)  Cent    6  7  .461
      1999-00 Detroit    48  24  10    2  108   (2)  Cent    5  4  .556
      2000-01 Detroit    49  20   9    4  111   (1)  Cent    2  4  .333
      2001-02 Detroit    51  17  10    4  116   (1)  Cent   16  7  .696 Champions
      2002-03 Detroit    48  20  10    4  110   (1)  Cent    0  4  .000
      2003-04 Detroit    48  21  11    2  109   (1)  Cent    6  6  .500
      2004-05 Detroit Season Cancelled
     
                               Reg. Season                   Playoffs
       Year    Location      W   L OTL  PTS  Pos   Div      W  L  PCT.
      ---------------------------------------------------------------
      2005-06  Detroit      58  16   8  124  (1)   Cent     2  4 .333
      2006-07  Detroit      50  19  13  113  (1)   Cent    10  8 .555
      2007-08  Detroit      54  21   7  115  (1)   Cent    16  6 .727 Champions
      2008-09  Detroit      51  21  10  112  (1)   Cent    15  8 .652
      2009-10  Detroit      44  24  14  102  (2)   Cent     5  7 .417
      2010-11  Detroit      47  25  10  104  (1)   Cent     7  4 .636
      2011-12  Detroit      48  28   6  102  (3)   Cent     1  4 .200
      2012-13  Detroit*     24  16   8   56  (3)   Cent     7  7 .500
      2013-14  Detroit      39  28  15   93  (4)   Atl      1  4 .200
     
      * Lockout-shortened Season
     
      Overall Regular Season Record:  2774 - 2328 - 107 - 815
      Overall Post Season Record:      321 -  288 (.527)
     
     
     
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