Three things: a list of training camp stories to watch; on Cholowski and some prized seats

Of Red Wings-related note this afternoon:

  1. MLive’s Ansar Khan wrote a list of 10 things to watch during the Red Wings’ training camp, which begins on Friday at Centre ICE Arena:

Khan continues

2.’s Dana Wakiji posted a “by the numbers” examination of Dennis Cholowski’s 2017-18 season and the early 2018-19 campaign as well:

6 — In the just completed 2018 NHL Prospect Tournament, Cholowski had six points to lead all defensemen. St. Louis’ Jordan Kyrou also had six points. Dallas’ Jason Robertson led the tournament with nine points. Columbus’ Kevin Stenlund and Detroit’s Joe Veleno each had seven.

Quotable: “To be honest, it’s really been nothing. I’ve been around pros all the time. I’ve been around the rink, seen the environment. I’ve lived by myself for a while. It’s really just a good experience for me and I think it did nothing but help me. College was kind of my first taste of it. It gave me a little bit of experience, so I was a little more comfortable coming into this summer being by myself. Obviously, you have guys around you that you stay with but the majority of the time I was by myself. I find I cope with it pretty well. My parents are always there for support, so that always helps, too.” — Cholowski

3. Traverse City’s 9&10 News is holding a contest whose prize is two seats from Joe Louis Arena:

You will NOT want to miss out on the chance to win right-from-The-Joe, authentic as it gets stadium seats from the Joe Louis Arena along with two tickets to a Detroit Red Wings Hockey Game at the Little Caesars Arena, sponsored by MISportsNow!

Enter for your chance to win during ‘The Old & The New’ Giveaway!

If you have a story or photo of the arena you’d like to share, do so in the entry form—yours might just make it on 9&10 News!


Update: This GIF from Michigan Hockey’s Michael Caples is pretty cool:

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