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|As a member of the NHL's famed 'Original Six'- along with the Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks, Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs, the Red Wings have a long history and a rich heritage which places them amongst the most revered franchises in all of professional sports. Some of the greatest players in hockey history have donned the famed 'Winged Wheel,' including legends such as Gordie Howe, Sid Abel, Ted Lindsay, Alex Delvecchio, Terry Sawchuk, Steve Yzerman and future Hall of Fame blue-liner Nicklas Lidstrom. Today's Red Wings players carry on the proud tradition established by their predecessors and continue to show the world why Detroit is known as 'Hockeytown.'
Since their inaugural season of 1926-27, Detroit has won the highest total of Stanley Cup Championships amongst all American-based NHL teams. With world-renowned management, strong ownership, a dedicated fan base and a roster brimming with talent in tow, the Red Wings' success appears poised to continue unabated for the foreseeable future. In possession of the longest active postseason streak in North America's four major sports leagues, Detroit is looking to make the playoffs for another consecutive year.
Watching a game at Joe Louis Arena (AKA The Joe) affords hockey fans the unique opportunity to see some of the NHL's biggest stars of today while experiencing the full spectrum of Hockeytown's glory in one of the sport's truly classic buildings.
The Detroit Red Wings. It's More Than Hockey.