The NHL and Players' Union reportedly have reached an agreement to end the lockout. While there is an agreement to return to work, will you return to watch the NHL?
Labor peace may finally be returning to the NHL after the league and players reportedly reached an agreement to end the 113-day lockout, the Huffpost Detroit reported. The league will reportedly try to schedule a 48-game season. When hockey returns, will you watch? Share your opinion in our poll?
Superstar defenseman caps 20-season NHL career in Detroit.
It's official. Longtime Detroit Red Wings defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom is retiring. Lidstrom, 42, lives in Novi with his family during the hockey season and had been debating whether to retire after playing for 20 seasons in the NHL. Lidstrom announced his decision Thursday during a press conference alongside Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch and general manager Ken Holland. Lidstrom was named captain of the Red Wings for the 2006-07 season following the retirement of longtime captain Steve Yzerman. In his address to the media, Lidstrom thanked Holland for assembling a competitive Detroit team each year. "I never even wanted to leave Detroit," he said. "I always believed in this team, and this organization and what they would do to win another …