Training camp Tweets, Day 4: Helm absent from ‘first group’

The Red Wings took to the ice at Little Caesars Arena’s BELFOR Training Center on Monday for their fourth day of training camp:

Red Wings on for first practice today inside LCA.— Helene St. James (@HeleneStJames) January 4, 2021

This was inevitable:

UWM named exclusive mortgage partner of #RedWings & Little Caesars Arena; Will feature branding on Red Wings’ player helmets, along with on-ice logos, in-arena signage, and extensive digital branding.

More »— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) January 4, 2021

No Darren Helm with first Red Wings practice group. Jeff Blashill said Sunday Helm was “unfit to practice” which can mean illness or injury.— Helene St. James (@HeleneStJames) January 4, 2021

Another day at the office. #DRWTC #LGRW— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) January 4, 2021

Day 4 #RedWings camp first group:
Turgeon-Elson (11 forwards)
Helm (unfit to practice) remains out.— Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) January 4, 2021

Update: The Wings are holding a video broadcast of Day 4:

LIVE NOW: Day 4 of #DRWTC, presented by @Huntington_Bank. 🏒

🎥:— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) January 4, 2021

#RedWings switch to main rink at ⁦@LCArena_Detroit⁩ for part of camp today. First time they will be on the regular ice here since March 11 as #Pistons are on the road next few days.— Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) January 4, 2021

Red Wings about to head over to the main ice for their next session. Here’s a sight for ya:— Max Bultman (@m_bultman) January 4, 2021

First workout on the main ice at LCA #RedWings— Ted Kulfan (@tkulfan) January 4, 2021

First time Red Wings practice on main sheet at LCA.— Helene St. James (@HeleneStJames) January 4, 2021

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