Detroit Red Wing agree to new deal with centre Darren Helm

Publish date:
The Hockey News

The Hockey News

DETROIT - The Detroit Red Wings have agreed to a four-year contract with Darren Helm.

The 25-year-old centre from Winnipeg has been with the Wings since they drafted him in the fifth round in 2005.

He had nine goals, 17 assists and 12 penalty minutes in 68 games last season.



All-Time Rewind: Top 10 Pre-NHL Defensemen

There was some outstanding blueline talent who played before the NHL or in a rival league. These are the best.

Trevor Zegras

Trevor Zegras is Ready for the Big Time

Trevor Zegras was once a star-struck, wide-eyed kid in awe of his childhood idol. Now he's poised to become his peer. He'll have to wait another year to face off against Patrick Kane, and by then, he might have his own YouTube highlight reel.


Quinton Byfield: Reign Like a King

The offense is there and the defense is coming. Quinton Byfield put in the hard work in the AHL this season, but he knows he has to round out his game for when his rookie campaign comes around.