1,252 games, 212 goals, 726 assists, 938 points, 412 penalty minutes
The Swede is the first European-born player to captain a Cup winner. Lidstrom's
212 regular-season goals rank first alltime among Wings blueliners.
162 goals, 310 assists
You'd think that a former college boxing champion turned hockey star would
bring his pugilist skills to the ice, but that wasn't the case with Kelly, who
won four Lady Byngs. An eight-time All-Star, Kelly was the first winner, in
'54, of the Norris Trophy, given to the league's best defenseman, although he
played every position except goaltender.
SEASONS AND 11 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS, the Red Wings have featured some of
the greatest players ever to don skates in the NHL. These are the best of the
best to represent the Winged Wheel.
The definition of the so-called Gordie Howe Hat Trick: score a goal, notch an
assist and drop the gloves to take part in a fight.
Before he was part of the Production Line, Abel played with Don Grosso and
Eddie Wares on Detroit's Liniment Line, which scored 50 goals in 48 games in
LW, 1944-57, '64-65
At the urging of G.M. and former linemate Abel, Lindsay made a comeback in
1964-65 after being retired for four seasons. He scored 14 goals and had 28
points for the league regular-season champs.
Stevie Y finished his career ranked in the NHL's alltime Top 10 in points
(sixth), assists (seventh) and goals (eighth).
When he retired in '73, Delvecchio ranked second in scoring in NHL history,
trailing only his longtime teammate Gordie Howe.