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Director : John Whitesell.
Producer : David T. Friendly, Michael Green.
Release : February 16, 2011
Country : United States of America.
Production Company : Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Regency Enterprises, New Regency Pictures, The Collective Studios, Runteldat Entertainment, Friendly Films (II), Friendly Films Productions.
Language : English.
Runtime : 107
Genre : Crime, Comedy, Action.

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Holmstrom out, Andersson recalled

Photo Credit: Bill Roose, via Twitter (links to follow)

Just a quick note this morning — Tomas Holmstrom, who left last night’s game against the Nashville Predators with an undisclosed lower body injury, will not be available for tonight’s game against the St. Louis Blues. News has leaked that Homer suffered a groin injury at some point late in the second period.

Replacing him in the lineup is call-up Joakim Andersson (6-2, 206, Sweden, Center), who will become the first Red Wing to wear #63 in team history. His jersey is seen above, courtesy of a tweet from’s Bill Roose. Also according to Roose, Andersson will play on the fourth line with Cory Emmerton and Justin Abdelkader.

The 22-year-old is making his NHL debut after 109 games played in the American Hockey League with the Grand Rapids Griffins. In 29 games this season, Andersson has 8 goals and 9 assists, and his 17 points place him fifth on team scoring. Gustav Nyquist, who was the first Wings call-up this season, leads the team with 30.

Tomas Tatar, who was called up December 15th but did not play, seemed like a more likely candidate, but the Red Wings want to see what they have in their 3rd round pick from 2007. Detroit didn’t have a second round pick that year, but their first round pick (Brendan Smith) also made his NHL debut this season.

As always, you can stay up to date with THE CHART by clicking the various tabs at the bottom of the spreadsheet.

Smith sent to Grand Rapids

We WILL meet again... I can feel it in my heart

According to a team official, the Detroit Red Wings have returned Brendan Smith to the Grand Rapids Griffins after a nine-day call-up. In that time, Smith served the final game of his suspension, played three games on the West Coast road trip, and was a healthy scratch against the Calgary Flames.

Initially, he was to return to Grand Rapids when Ian White returned from short-term injured reserve. White was cleared to play tonight, but Brad Stuart was a game-time decision with an undisclosed injury and Smith was asked to stay in case he was needed tonight. The Wings sent Fabian Brunnstrom to Grand Rapids (and he played tonight, notching an assist in the 5-2 win for the Griffs) to be able to keep Brendan Smith in town. Mike Commodore, still on the roster for some reason.

Smith had a strong showing in his three game audition. He had two assists, three hits, four blocked shots, six shots, four penalty minutes, and a -1 rating. He improved each game, but could certainly use some more seasoning on the farm.

Coach Mike Babcock made no secret that he’s infatuated with Smith’s skills. He told anyone that would listen that Smith “is an NHL player” and there’s little doubt that Babbles would rather have Smith on the roster than Commodore (who hasn’t played since November 15th — the first game after White’s injury, and Smith’s final game of suspension). But, alas, Smith can be sent down to Grand Rapids without clearing waivers and the safe move is demoting Smith.

With Smith’s demotion, the Red Wings roster stands at 22 players (7 defensemen, 13 forwards, and a pair of goaltenders). They have recalled Fabian Brunnstrom now that there’s a slot for him. Brunnstrom and his wife are expecting their first child any minute now.

11/22 :: Ian White activated from short-term injured reserve
11/22 :: Fabian Brunnstrom assigned to Grand Rapids (AHL)
11/23 :: Brendan Smith assigned to Grand Rapids (AHL)
11/23 :: Fabian Brunnstrom recalled from Grand Rapids (AHL)

Like always, stay up-to-the-minute with the Red Wings goings-on by visiting our Chart.

Wings Sign Mrazek to Three Year Deal. What’s Next for McCollum?

Word out of Motown this morning that the Wings have taken another step forward in securing their future between the pipes, as they have signed 19-year-old Petr Mrazek to a three year entry level contract. As Petrella pointed out on Twitter, since Mrazek is currently playing in juniors, the deal won’t kick in util next year and Mrazek won’t count against this year’s 50 man roster limit.

With Mrazek now in the fold, the Wings now *technically* have six goaltenders under contract (CHART!) with both Ty Conklin and Thomas McCollum only signed through the end of this year. With Jordan Pearce now looking like he’s secured the 4th spot in the goaltender hierarchy, that leaves Mrazek potentially challenging McCollum for the lead role in Toledo or a backup role in Grand Rapids next season (should he be re-upped.) Certainly an interesting turn of events given all the hype around McCollum when he was drafted, and one begins to wonder if he is starting to feel the heat with Mrazek under contract.

Well, fret not, because we’ll get all the answers from Thomas himself when he joins us on The Pipeline tonight as part of Thursday’s TP:60. Got a question for Thomas? Leave it in the comments or hit us up on Twitter.

Also, here’s the full release from the Wings on the Mrazek signing:


… Goalie Off to a Strong Start in the OHL this Season …

Detroit, MIThe Detroit Red Wings today announced that 19-year-old goaltender Petr Mrazek has been signed to a three-year entry-level contract. As per club policy, no further details regarding this deal will be disclosed.

As a member of the Ontario Hockey League’s Ottawa 67’s, Mrazek has registered a 2.84 G.A.A. and a 0.916 SV% to go along with a 50-26-2-3 record in 90 career appearances since being chosen by the club in the first round (30th overall) of the 2009 Canadian Hockey League Import Draft. The 6’1”, 184-lb. netminder won the F. W. Moore Trophy as the freshman goalie with the lowest G.A.A. in the OHL in 2009-10 after wrapping up his rookie major junior campaign with a mark of 3.00 in 30 games. Detroit subsequently selected the Ostrava, Czech Republic native in the fifth round (141st overall) of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

In eight starts for the 67’s this season, Mrazek has earned five victories while posting a SV% of 0.925 and a G.A.A. of 2.34, tops in the OHL amongst goaltenders with at least 450 minutes of playing time. Prior to his tenure in Ottawa, Mrazek was a member of HC Vitkovice in the Czech Extraliga’s U-20 Development Program where he won a league championship in 2008-09.

Keep your eye on these three…

When Fabian Brunnstrom signed earlier this month, the Red Wings committed their fiftieth contract for the 2011-12 season, the maximum allowed under the collective bargaining agreement. There are 14 unrestricted free agents-to-be, and 4 restricted free agents-to-be, and — obviously — some of those won’t be returning (I’m looking at you, Jamie Johnson and Chris Minard!), others may be retiring (Nicklas Lidstrom, Tomas Holmstrom, maybe even Todd Bertuzzi), and others still may be looking for a better opportunity to crack an NHL lineup (Doug Janik, Garnet Exelby).

Like always, the Wings will look to extend some of their core guys (Niklas Kronwall, Darren Helm), and look for some external help when the market opens on July 1st.

But there are three guys who will be watching those proceedings closely, because their clocks are ticking. Three players whose signing deadlines are approaching, and have no idea if they fit into the Red Wings future plans. Or if they’ll be looking for employment elsewhere.

BROOKS MACEK, WINGER (Playing for the Calgary Hitmen in the WHL, signing deadline: June 1)
As of right now, only one draft pick from the Wings’ 2010 draft class is under contract (Louis-Marc Aubry). Macek and Mrazek are the only two that need to be signed by this summer — the rest have European or Collegiate exceptions. Macek was the sixth round pick (the pick after Mrazek) and has struggled to find any sort of offensive flair in the WHL. Last season, he was traded from Tri-City to Calgary in an effort to get a fresh start, but only contributed five goals and twelve assists through 25 games — after netting a point-per-game in his draft year.

PETR MRAZEK, GOALTENDER (Playing for the Ottawa 67s in the OHL, signing deadline: June 1)
Of the three, I’d say he’s the surest bet to get a contract from the Wings. With former goaltending prospect Thomas McCollum floundering, and unable to stay in the AHL, the Wings are in desperate need of a new “goaltender of the future.” And that’s not to say that McCollum can’t turn it around, but Mrazek won the Dinty Moore Trophy in 2010 with the top rookie goals against in the OHL, and was a finalist for the goaltender of the year award in 2011.

It’s Mrazek’s final year in Juniors and even though Joey MacDonald and Jordan Pearce are signed through 2013, the Wings will likely find a way to squeeze Mrazek into the plans… at a time when McCollum’s contract will be coming to an end.

JULIEN CAYER, WINGER (Playing for Clarkson University, signing deadline: August 15)
Unlike the other two gentlemen, Cayer has been on the Wings prospect list since the 2008 Draft. Cayer is playing his senior season at Clarkson University, and the deadline for signing a deal is August 15th following graduation. He’s been battling injuries for a few seasons, playing in only 47 games over the last two seasons — and only scoring nine times in all three. When he was able to be in the lineup, he played mostly a depth role for what is not traditionally a big time hockey program.

I believe he’ll go by way of former Clarkson teammate Bryan Rufenach — who goes unsigned but is welcomed with open arms at camp, eventually signing with Grand Rapids or even Toledo to continue honing his skills.

Photo Credit: Harry How, Getty Images (Macek); CHL Images (Mrazek); Andre Ringuette, Getty Images (Cayer)

Brendan Smith’s NHL career will start with a suspension

Whoops... still learning

Much had been made this summer about Brendan Smith potentially making the Detroit Red Wings’ NHL roster after only one (injury-shortened) season in the AHL. He’s as highly touted a prospect the Wings have had in nearly a decade; coupled with the fact that there was a bit of turnover on the blue line, there might be a place for him in the bigs.

Things haven’t gone quite according to plan for young Mr. Smith — appearing to be over-thinking and underplaying. He’s seemed out-matched on most nights, and — despite the clear promise he’s shown — he’s not quite ready to make that jump and another season in Grand Rapids should do wonders for his game. Rest assured, he’ll be a Red Wing.  Just not in October.

Things went from bad to worse on Wednesday night. At the 5:26 mark of the third period, with the game recently tied at three by Chicago’s Ben Smith, Brendan Smith laid an absolutely vicious hit to the head of his aforementioned Smith counterpart. Ben Smith laid on the ice for a few moments, and needed help getting to his feet and walking down the tunnel.

Smith, the Red Wing, was give a five minute major and a game misconduct for a hit that certainly caught the attention of new discipline czar Brendan Shanahan. Even though Shanahan is doing a fantastic job and has been as transparent as possible, it’s difficult to predict what kind of suspension Brendan Smith is in for — but one thing is for certain: there’s no way he’ll play for the Red Wings again anytime soon.

There are three exhibition games left, and nearly all of the suspensions handed out so far have been for the remainder of the pre-season (and a few egregious ones have earned a few regulation games in addition). Smith hadn’t played well enough to even be considered for a roster spot — and, frankly, may have played his way out of being the top call-up this season — and it’s fair to assume that the Wings would rather he stay in Grand Rapids, play big minutes, and prepare for a chance to be a regular a year from now. No sense in calling up a guy to be the 7th defenseman when a veteran like Doug Janik can fill that role.

So, Brendan Smith’s NHL career starts with a whimper — instead of the roar many of us were expecting. He’ll certainly be suspended for his hit and will be forced to serve supplemental discipline before even dressing for a regular season game in the big leagues.

Stay tuned for details.

Photo Credit: Justin K. Aller, Getty Images

The Curious Case of Tomas Jurco

Coming to an NHL rink near you. Sooner rather than later, apparently.

Photo courtesy of Sarah Lindenau and The Left Wing Lock. Thanks, Sarah!

On Monday, the Detroit Red Wings sent a few kids home from camp.

Among the first cuts were goaltender Petr Mrazek, forward Brooks Macek, and 2011 Draft Picks Xavier Ouellet, Ryan Sproul, and Alan Quine — to name a few. All of the players were Juniors-bound, and typically these are the first ones cut. They get to return to their teams in the CHL, train a bit, and start the season. The rule states that any player that was drafted from a Canadian Junior League (the OHL, the WHL, or the QMJHL), and is under twenty years old, must be returned to their Junior team if they don’t make the NHL team. In other words, you can’t be assigned to your team’s AHL squad until you’re twenty.

But there’s one name left on the Red Wings roster that — in theory — belonged in that group: the Wings’ top pick in June, Tomas Jurco, 18.

The Junior team that holds Jurco’s rights, the Saint John Sea Dogs, have begun their season without him. As of this writing, they’re 1-3, good enough for last in the league but it’s early. Red Wings coach Mike Babcock hasn’t been shy in heaping praise onto the youngster, and it’s evidenced by Jurco’s continued inclusion on the roster.

It gets a little weirder.

Tonight, when the Red Wings take the ice in their second exhibition game, Tomas Jurco will be in the lineup. That, in itself, isn’t all that odd. A lot of 2011 Draft Picks are getting their first taste of NHL action during the pre-season. What’s odd is that there are several players bound for the Grand Rapids Griffins that will be sitting out. And didn’t play last night. Players that, you’d think, are higher up the depth chart at this very moment.

Players like Andrej Nestrasil, Mitchell Callahan, Trevor “Coffbanger” Parkes, Jamie Johnson, former Penguin and Oiler Chris Minard, and the Wings’ top pick two years ago, Landon Ferraro.

All are signed to pro contracts. Tomas Jurco is not.

All are slated to play in Grand Rapids this season. Tomas Jurco cannot.

All hope that they get a call-up to sniff the NHL soon. Tomas Jurco won’t.

Not to make a bigger deal out of something than it is, but Tomas Jurco may be closer to making the Detroit Red Wings than anyone thought he would be three short months after being drafted. It’s still incredibly unlikely, considering that the Wings have 14 forwards on one-way contracts, and a couple of guys that are battling to make those decisions difficult for the braintrust — namely Chris Conner and free agent tryouts Fabian Brunnstrom and Ryan Johnson.

No one thought that Tomas Jurco would be making things difficult as a teenager. The situation is different than Tomas Tatar two seasons ago, who joined the Griffins at 18. Tatar wasn’t drafted from a CHL team (even though his rights were held by Kitchener, and traded to Plymouth), so he didn’t have to make the Red Wings to stay within the organization’s reach.

The fact is that Jurco can still be returned to Saint John, and in all likelihood he will be… as soon as this evening. But to be the last Junior-aged player left at Red Wings camp is nothing to sneeze at… and being a Junior-aged player playing above a half-dozen Griffins is even better. And maybe he’s only playing because he missed a few opportunities to show off during Prospect Camp with a hip flexor injury.

But wouldn’t it be something if our newbie bucked the trend?

Give Jurco a follow, @Jurky13.

Red Wings pass on Oslund, Rufenach

The Detroit Red Wings have opted not to sign a pair of prospects, thereby losing their exclusive rights. Right Winger Nick Oslund and Defenseman Bryan Rufenach are free to sign with another NHL club, or any professional team, now that Detroit has allowed their rights to lapse. Both players, however, have accepted amateur tryouts and will be in attendance at the NHL Prospects Camp hosted by the Red Wings.

Under the current CBA, teams that select amateur players that opt to play collegiate hockey have until their collegiate playing days are over (so, August 15th after their senior season) to sign them to a contract. Oslund has concluded his fourth year at St. Cloud State; Rufenach played four seasons for Clarkson.

Nick Oslund, a seventh round pick in 2006, is a 6’3″, 210 pound native of Minnesota. He served mostly as a gritty third and fourth line player in college and hasn’t forced the Red Wings to take notice of any progress to speak of. Bryan Rufenach, a seventh round pick in 2007, is a 6′, 187 pound Canadian that saw some improvement at Clarkson until dropping off a bit in his final season.

There’s no reason that the Wings can’t invite both players to their training camp in September — accepting an invitation would be up to the individuals. As you may recall, a few seasons ago the Red Wings declined to sign Zach Torquato, the player they selected the round before Rufenach. Torquato signed an amateur tryout contract with the Minnesota Wild and was actually in attendance at the Traverse City prospect tournament as a member of the Wild.

Rufenach played in a six games with the Toledo Walleye, the Red Wings’ ECHL affiliate, at the end of last season, scoring a goal and adding an assist. Both players were in attendance at the Wings’ strength and conditioning camp in July and will participate in the prospects tournament next month, however it would seem that neither are in the team’s plans moving forward — or, at least, not worth removing someone from the 50-man roster that each team must abide by.

Looking ahead to next summer, the Red Wings will be forced to make similar decisions regarding three unsigned draft picks: Julien Cayer (a fifth round pick in 2008 who was Rufenach’s teammate at Clarkson for the last three years), Brooks Macek (a sixth round pick in 2010 currently playing in the WHL), and Petr Mrazek (a fifth round pick that has turned out to be one of the savvier goaltending selections in recent years — almost a shoo-in for a contract).

There will be plenty of spots on the 50-man roster, however, as 13 players are unrestricted (Bertuzzi, Commodore, Conklin, Holmstrom, Hudler, Kronwall, Lidstrom, Stuart, Chris Conner, Garnet Exelby, Doug Janik, Jamie Johnson, and Chris Minard) — some of whom may retire — and four more are restricted (Abdelkader, Helm, Travis Ehrahrdt, and Thomas McCollum).

Tryout: Ramis Sadikov

When the Red Wings released the prospect tournament camp roster earlier today, there was one name that we weren’t terribly familiar with yet: undrafted goaltender Ramis Sadikov of the Erie Otters. Of the seven tryouts, he was the only one that wasn’t in attendance at the strength and conditioning camp in July.

So who is this kid that will be joining 2010 Draft Pick Petr Mrazek and fellow tryout Evan Mosher in guarding the Wings net in Traverse City?

For starter’s, he’s huge. The OHL’s official site has him listed at 6’4″ — which would make him the third tallest Red Wing (behind Jonathan Ericsson and Mike Commodore) should he earn a contract. Not only that, he’s listed between 220 and 230 — which puts him in Commodore and Todd Bertuzzi territory.

He turned 21 in February of this past season — a season that saw his workload increase from 25 games played to 58. In both seasons with Erie, he’s led the netminders in games played.

In 2010-11, his stat line is fairly impressive. He went 36-17-2 on a rather average Otters team. His 36 wins were good enough for second in the OHL (one place above Mrazek). His .912 save percentage was enough to earn 4th place in the league (a category that Mrazek led) and a 2.88 goals against average placed him sixth (one slot below Mrazek). He led the league in minutes played, with 3,295.

Despite playing two years in North America — a caveat that can turn the Russian National Team off — he was a member of two World Junior development rosters, and eventually made Team Russia in 2010 (but he only played in one game). He was cut from the eventual Gold Medal-winning team in 2011.

Although he was eligible to be drafted in both 2010 and 2011, no NHL team has bitten. However, he was drafted in the 2009 CHL Import Draft — going 36th overall to Erie. He was also selected in the first round of the 2009 KHL Draft, and his rights are held by SKA St. Petersburg (he was taken three slots above our own Tomas Tatar).

Finally, we learn that homeboy’s not afraid to drop the mitts and throw hands, as you can see in this video (fast forward to 1:15 if you’re impatient):

For more information about Sadikov and all of the Red Wings tryouts, visit The Left Wing Lock, where Sarah Lindenau is doing excellent work keeping up with the Traverse City news.

Photo Credit: Janet Campbell

Red Wings release Prospect Camp roster and schedule

New tryout: Ramis Sadikov

Once again, the Red Wings will be hosting the 2011 NHL Prospect Tournament in Traverse City this September. Each summer, the tournament boasts some of the finest incoming hockey talent and the organization released the roster that will be representing the Winged Wheel in a press release a few moments ago:

14 Gustav Nyquist
28 Tomas Jurco (@Jurky13)
49 Andrej Nestrasil
50 Brooks Macek (@MaceALace)
53 Louis-Marc Aubry
57 Landon Ferraro
58 Nick Oslund* (rights are set to expire in a few days — more on that later)
60 Trevor Parkes (@TParkes19)
63 Joakim Andersson
64 Adam Estoclet*
65 Mitchell Callahan (@Emcy2four)
70 Willie Coetzee
71 Marek Tverdon
72 Zach Franko*
74 Alan Quine (@Quiner26)

2 Brendan Smith (@bssmith7)
25 Brian Lashoff
56 Bryan Rufenach* (rights are set to expire, like Oslund, on August 15th)
61 Xavier Ouellet
62 Ryan Sproul (@sproully93)
67 Gleason Fournier (@GleasonFournier)
73 Richard Nedomlel
75 Artem Sergeev*

34 Petr Mrazek
68 Evan Mosher*
76 Ramis Sadikov*

*-denotes free agent tryout.

Of the 26 participants on the Wings’ roster, seven will be considered “tryouts,” as they are not official property of the Red Wings as of the September 10th tournament start date. Goaltender Ramis Sadikov is the only tryout that was not part of the strength and conditioning camp in mid-July. The Russian-born netminder has played the past two seasons in the OHL for the Erie Otters.

In addition to Sadikov, Joakim Andersson and Andrej Nestrasil will join the Red Wings for the week. They were not present at strength camp last month, and were likely overseas for the off-season.

If you’re interested in purchasing tickets to the tournament, which is four days of games and a day of practice in the middle, they’re available for purchase at and run only $10 a day. Morning practices are free of charge. A full schedule of events follows:

Saturday, September 10


8:30 – 9:15 AM                        Buffalo                                                   Minnesota

9:30 – 10:15 AM                     Carolina                                                Dallas

10:30 – 11:15 AM                   NY Rangers                                         St. Louis

11:30 – 12:15 PM                    Columbus                                             Detroit

GAME TIMES                           HOME                         VISITOR         RINK

3:30 PM                                  Minnesota       vs.       Buffalo             David’s

4:00 PM                                  Carolina           vs.       Dallas               Huntington

7:00 PM                                  NY Rangers    vs.       St. Louis         David’s

7:30 PM                                  Detroit              vs.       Columbus      Huntington

Sunday, September 11


8:00 – 8:45 AM                    Buffalo                                                       Columbus

9:00 – 9:45 AM                    St. Louis                                                    Carolina

10:00 – 10:45 AM               Dallas                                                         NY Rangers

11:00 – 11:45 AM                Minnesota                                                Detroit

GAME TIMES                        HOME                          VISITOR            RINK

2:30 PM                                  Buffalo             vs.       Columbus         David’s

3:00 PM                                  St. Louis          vs.       Carolina            Huntington

6:00 PM                                  NY Rangers    vs.       Dallas                David’s

6:30 PM                                  Minnesota       vs.       Detroit               Huntington

Monday, September 12


9:15 – 10:30 AM                  St. Louis                                                    Buffalo

10:45 – Noon                        Carolina                                                    Detroit

12:15 – 1:30 PM                   Columbus                                                 NY Rangers

1:45 – 3:00 PM                     Minnesota                                               Dallas

Tuesday, September 13


8:30 – 9:15 AM                    NY Rangers                                             Carolina

9:30 – 10:15 AM                 Dallas                                                          St. Louis

10:30 – 11:15 AM               Columbus                                                 Minnesota

11:30 – 12:15 PM                Buffalo                                                       Detroit

GAME TIMES                       HOME                         VISITOR             RINK

3:00 PM                                  Carolina        vs.       NY Rangers      David’s

3:30 PM                                  Dallas              vs.       St. Louis            Huntington

6:30 PM                                  Columbus      vs.       Minnesota        David’s

7:00 PM                                  Detroit            vs.       Buffalo               Huntington

Wednesday, September 14


10:00- 10:45 AM                 2nd Howe                                             2nd Gretzky

11:00 – 11:45 AM                  1st Gretzky                                          1st Howe

GAME TIMES                                                HOME                         VISITOR                     RINK

3:00 PM (7th Place Game)                 4th Howe         vs.       4th Gretzky                  David’s

3:30 PM (5th Place Game)                 3rd Howe         vs.       3rd Gretzky                  Huntington

6:30 PM (3rd Place Game)                 2nd Howe         vs.       2nd Gretzky                David’s

7:00 PM (Championship Game)        1st Howe          vs.       1st Gretzky                  Huntington

The divisions are as follows:

Detroit Red Wings prospects
Buffalo Sabres prospects
Columbus Blue Jackets prospects
Minnesota Wild prospects

St. Louis Blues prospects
Dallas Stars prospects
New York Rangers prospects
Carolina Hurricanes prospects