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News and Notes: Forbes Ranks Red Wings 6th in Terms of Worth

November 28th, 2012 at 7:12 PM
By Frank Vajcner

News and notes from around the NHL.

RED WINGS SIXTH IN NET WORTH: Forbes Magazine has the Detroit Red Wings as the sixth most valuable NHL franchise with a net worth of $346 million. Toronto was first on the list, worth $1 billion, followed by New York Rangers ($750 million), Montreal ($575 million), Chicago ($350 million), and Boston ($348 million). St. Louis was dead last on the list with a net worth of only $130 million.

SAMUELSSON SPEAKS: Red Wings forward Mikael Samuelsson spoke to TSN after an informal skate. He said that the players were the only ones negotiating and that he was happy to return to Detroit.

CHARITY GAME TIME: Red Wings forward Danny Cleary will be putting on a charity game December 8. Proceeds from the game will go to Sparkles from Above; a charity which helps children with cancer. The game will be played at the WFCU Centre in Windsor.

DON CHERRY TO COACH PROSPECTS GAME: The Canadian Hockey league announced the team captains and coaches for their annual NHL Top Prospects game. CBC's Don Cherry will coach Team Cherry, while former NHLer Mike McPhee will coach Team Orr. The game is scheduled for January 16 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Rosters will be announced at a later date. One has to wonder what crazy suit Cherry will wear while he's behind the bench.

Tags: Danny Cleary, Detroit, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, Mikael Samuelsson, NHL

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