NHL Rumors: Brian Lashoff

Same D for Detroit 

May, 8, 2013
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Defensemen Carlo Colaiacovo and Ian White are in position to watch yet another playoff game from the press box. Judging from Wednesday's skate, MLive.com's Ansar Khan reports Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock will likely stick with the same corps of six blueliners from Game 4 (3-2 OT win over the Anaheim Ducks).

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UPDATE: According to MLive.com, the Detroit Red Wings will replace defenseman Danny DeKeyser (broken thumb) with fellow rookie Brian Lashoff in Game 3 versus the Anaheim Ducks.


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White trade talk 

March, 7, 2013
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Facing his fifth-straight game as a healthy scratch, Ian White may not be a member of the Detroit Red Wings much longer. With eight healthy defensemen in play -- nine, once Carlo Colaiacovo returns -- the Red Wings have the luxury of moving the UFA-to-be ahead of the trade deadline.

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Healing Wings 

February, 27, 2013
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Now the Detroit Red Wings may have too many healthy defensemen. Too many as far as Ian White is concerned, anyway.

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White ETA (update) 

February, 5, 2013
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UPDATE: Confirmed. According to Ansar Khan of MLive.com, Ian White will make his return Tuesday.

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Brendan Smith's timeline (update) 

February, 5, 2013
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UPDATE: The prognosis is worse than initially anticipated; a week's worth of recovery time isn't going to cut it.

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Ailing Wings D-men (update) 

January, 23, 2013
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UPDATE: Seriously, defensemen are dropping like flies in Detroit. According to Ansar Khan of MLive.com, Ian White will miss the next two to three weeks following surgery on his lacerated thigh. White went under the knife Wednesday morning.

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