NHL, Red Wings say Winter Classic at Michigan Stadium sold out with 107,000-plus fans expected

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DETROIT - The NHL's 2014 Winter Classic is officially sold out.

NHL and Detroit Red Wings executives made the announcement Tuesday, saying some single tickets are available.

The Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs are expected play in front of 107,000-plus people on New Year's Day at Michigan Stadium. In the same football stadium, Michigan and Michigan State set a hockey attendance record of 104,173 in 2010.

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