Detroit News "That was quite a finish to last season for Petr Mrazek, the young goaltender who suddenly found himself starting all seven games of the first-round playoff loss to Tampa Bay. Mrazek got the nod over Jimmy Howard, in a decision by former coach Mike Babcock, and was arguably one of the better Red..." September 17
Click on Detroit "Detroit Red Wings goalie Petr Mrazek will start Tuesday night against the Ottawa Senators at Joe Louis Arena, coach Mike Babcock said Tuesday morning. The 23-year-old netminder was pulled from Sunday's game against the New York Islanders after allowing four goals on 11 shots. It was his..." March 31
Detroit Free Press "Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock didn't need a day to think about who should start in goal on Saturday against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Babcock said after a 6-4 loss on Thursday night to the Sharks that Petr Mrazek would get the next start for the Wings. Jimmy Howard started for the..." March 27
The Wings have recalled goalie Petr Mrazek from Grand Rapids. Checking, but it's probably because Howard was 'bumped' in practice today.
Pro Hockey Talk "Jonas Gustavsson strained his neck during warm-ups Wednesday in Vancouver, so the Detroit Red Wings have recalled goalie Petr Mrazek from AHL Grand Rapids to back up Jimmy Howard tonight in Calgary. The severity of Gustavsson’s injury isn’t clear, but it comes at a busy time for the traveling..." November 01
Winging It In Motown "The Detroit Red Wings today announced that goaltender Jonas Gustavsson has been recalled from the Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League. Gustavsson was assigned to Grand Rapids on Saturday on a conditioning loan and started for the Griffins in yesterday’s 2-1 win over the Charlotte..." February 18
Detroit Free Press "Mikael Samuelsson, who missed the past 12 games with a groin injury, will be back in the lineup when the Red Wings visit the Minnesota Wild tonight. "When it doesn't go your way, it's really frustrating, but you gotta listen to your body -- learned that lesson this time," Samuelsson said...." February 17