There was plenty of movement in the Central Division this offseason. In fact, it could be the most improved division in the league at this point.
This is the second of two summers in which teams can elect to use the two compliance buyouts from the last CBA. We take a look at every team's situation.
The Detroit Red Wings figure to be one of the many teams busy in the coming weeks with GM Ken Holland saying he'll explore a trade or two.
In the CBA negotiations, teams were given two compliance buyouts in June 2013 and June 2014 that costs the team actual cash but have no salary cap consequences. Here are the buyouts that have happened to date that have no salary-cap consequences.
The Detroit Red Wings could use compliance buyouts on wing Mikael Samuelsson and defenseman Carlo Colaiacovo.
With its third-period surge, the Chicago Blackhawks showed how dangerous they can be when they're desperate.
Michael Frolik put Chicago up 4-2 on a controversial penalty shot in the third period against Detroit
The Red Wings are losing another defenseman -- Ian White will be out two-to-three weeks after a laceration on his leg.
Here is what's happening around the NHL and a look at Wednesday's schedule.
As the first game of the season aptly demonstrated, the Detroit Red Wings could use some help on the blue line. That help is coming in the form of free agent Kent Huskins.

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