TRAVERSE CITY — Every corner of Centre Ice Arena seems to have a story nestled between their adjoining walls.More than 70 players have shared the ice over the first days of Detroit Red Wings training camp, and Monday marks the final sessions before the Red and White return to Detroit.Further news is likely to develop through Monday's night's annual Red-White scrimmage, but here a few short notes and quotes from earlier this week that hadn't made it to print yet.
ELK RAPIDS — Elk Rapids shut out unbeaten rival Kalkaska Friday night, 17-0, and earned its third win of the season, eclipsing the combined number of wins over the last two seasons.The Elks’ offense marched to the tune of 18 first downs and 323 yards behind the churning legs of Nick Aeseritis, who carried 18 times for 143 yards and a TD. Skyler Campbell also carried 14 times for 80 yards.Campbell also completed 8 of 13 passes for 81 yards.
TRAVERSE CITY — The Detroit Red Wings have become a summertime staple in Traverse City.The Wings’ trek north has become an annual pilgrimage, holding training camp at Centre Ice Arena since 1997. Detroit also conducts its July development camp and early-September prospects tournament at the venue as well.That all could change without costly upgrades to both Centre Ice rinks.
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