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Extractions: (Updated 08/04/2005). Injury Report No information available at this time (Updated 9/15/05). Fantasy Analysis McCarty is likely going to play on the team's checking line. He is only worth using in larger Fantasy leagues which reward PIM, although he will have much more value to the Flames in real life.
Extractions: DETROIT The Detroit Red Wings placed defenseman Derian Hatcher and forwards Darren McCarty and Ray Whitney on waivers Monday, effectively cutting ties with the three high-profile veterans. Advertisement If the trio go unclaimed, the Red Wings have the option of buying out their contracts and making them unrestricted free agents. "They've been a big, big part of our franchise," Red Wings assistant general manager Jim Nill said. "This is just a part of doing business right now with the new CBA." The 33-year-old Hatcher, a former Dallas Stars captain, signed with Detroit as a free agent before the 2003-04 season. Considered at the time to be one of the best all-around defensemen in the league, the big, bruising Hatcher had little impact with his hometown team, tearing a knee ligament in the third game and missing the majority of that season. Whitney, 33, also signed as a free agent with the Wings during 2003. He had 24 goals and 52 assists the season before with Columbus, and the Red Wings hoped he could fill the void created when
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Extractions: E-MAIL THIS STORY PRINTER-FRIENDLY FORMAT July 28, 2005 Don't be sad it's over be happy it happened. In the past few days, since the official word came of the buyout and as the status of my contract teetered, the reality that I'm not going to be a Red Wing anymore has set in, and I've taken some time to reflect. I don't know if it's maturity ('cause if you know me, that's never been an issue) or the painstaking reality of the past 12 months without hockey. Either way, I'm saddened to leave an organization in a place where I've grown up, raised a family, been part of a first-class and first-rate team, won three Stanley Cups and achieved great personal success. But looking back, what I really feel is gratitude thankful for the opportunity to realize a childhood dream to play for my childhood team. Grateful to Mr. and Mrs. Ilitch and their entire family for letting this boy become a man and always treating my family as one of their own. Grateful to the entire Red Wing organization from Ken Holland and his staff, to John Hahn and Anne Marie Krappmann in the PR department for their ever tireless effort. Grateful to Piet Van Zant and Paul Boyer for patching me up and getting me back out on the ice. Grateful for the support and memories from everyone at the Joe whom I will miss seeing daily, and thankful to the media for not only their endless support of myself but in the way they've always supported the McCarty Cancer Foundation and my band Grinder.
Extractions: FREE PRESS COLUMNIST The man widely known as D Mac walked into his band's Warren practice space, with posters of Nirvana, Jimi Hendrix and the Doors on the wall and a tabletop hockey game on the floor. MCCARTY MEMORIES How Hockeytown will remember Darren McCarty, soon to be a former Red Wing: His name, engraved on the Red Wings' last three Stanley Cups. His charter membership on the Grind Line, along with Kris Draper, Kirk Maltby and Joe Kocur. His pummeling of Claude Lemieux on March 26, 1997, as payback for the hit that shattered Draper's face in the previous spring's playoffs. (And then Mac excited the Joe Louis Arena crowd by scoring the overtime goal that beat Colorado that night.) His Stanley Cup-winning goal against Philadelphia in 1997. His hat trick against Colorado's Patrick Roy in Game 1 of the 2002 conference finals, the last season the Wings won the Cup.
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Extractions: E-Sports - http://www.e-sports.com Darren McCarty Doing good works in the Motor City http://www.e-sports.com/articles/28/1/Darren-McCartyDoing-good-works-in-the-Motor-City JoAnn Lawery Jo Ann lives in Torrance, CA and is an avid hockey and baseball fan. When she is not writing for esports and other web sites, she is a Reservations Sales Agent for an international airline. By JoAnn Lawery Published on 03/23/2004 He wears No. 25 for the Detroit Red Wings, but Darren McCarty is more than just a hockey player. He is one of hockey's "Good Guys" off the ice. Red Wings Darren McCarty is more than just a hockey player. He wears No. 25 for the Detroit Red Wings, but Darren McCarty is more than just a hockey player. He is one of hockey's "Good Guys" off the ice. To look at him without the hockey equipment on you might think Detroit Red Wings right winger Darren McCarty might be the newest member of the band Metallica.