Who was the goalie for the Detroit Red Wings in 1997?

Who was the goalie for the Detroit Red Wings in 1997?

goaltender Chris Osgood
The Red Wings were led by captain Steve Yzerman, Head Coach Scotty Bowman and goaltender Chris Osgood.

How many Hall of Famers were on the 2002 Red Wings?

10 Hall of Famers
The 2001-02 Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings were a sight to behold. Their league-best 116 points were 15 more than any other team that season, and the roster was filled with NHL legends that helped capture the 10th championship in franchise history.

Who was 24 on the Red Wings?

24 was Ruslan Salei. 2011 was Salei’s only season with the Red Wings, but he was adorned along with Brad McCrimmon and Stefan Liv on a patch on the Red Wings’ jerseys this season that honored the victims of the Lokomotiv Yaroslavl plane crash.

Who wore 96 for the Red Wings?

#96 – Tomas Holmstrom.

Where is Sergei Fedorov?

In addition to his head coaching duties with CSKA Moscow, Fedorov currently serves as an assistant with Team Russia during the 2021–22 Euro Hockey Tour and will fill the same role behind the bench for “Team ROC” (read: Russia) at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.

What years did the Red Wings win the Stanley Cup?

Since 1983–84, the Red Wings have tallied six regular season first-place finishes and have won the Stanley Cup four times (1997, 1998, 2002, and 2008).

Is Chris Osgood a Hall of Famer?

He one of a list of outright Hall of Famers on that 2002 Cup team. Osgood, well, is not so decorated. He won a couple Jennings trophies for a low GAA, splitting both with Vernon and Hasek.

What was the best NHL record ever?

Best NHL Regular Season Records

Team Record
1 Boston Bruins 38-5-1
2 Montreal Canadiens 38-5-7
3 Montreal Canadiens 60-8-12
4 Montreal Canadiens 59-10-11

Who wore #7 for the Red Wings?

Ted Lindsay
Weight 163 lb (74 kg; 11 st 9 lb)
Position Left wing
Shot Left
Played for Detroit Red Wings Chicago Black Hawks

Who wore 17 for the Red Wings?

While, the strongest candidate for the best Red Wings player to ever wear 17 is Brett Hull, my favourite #17 is Doug Brown. He was not a flashy player and he never put up a lot of points, but he did what he had to do. He contributed to the team offensively and most importantly defensively.