Red Wings Celebrate Halloween, Scary Sports Costumes and more…


Detroit Jock City Morning Drive:

Halloween Edition

As Halloween creeps onto the calendars of every metro Detroit sports fan its not all candy and nuts.

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  •  The Detroit Red Wings will try and correct the frighteningly bad power play as the host the LA Kings on Halloween night. The Detroit Pistons starters are scaring head coach Stan Van Gundy with their lack of effort.

    Meanwhile Darren Helm dresses up for Halloween by getting some new ink. And just in case you needed a last minute costume, here are some ideas.

    The links to all of these scary stories and more on the Halloween Edition of the Detroit Jock City Morning Drive.

    From MLive: Jimmy Howard Dresses Up As Dracula

    "In the debut of MLive’s Q&A with Red Wings players, Howard dishes on why he became a goalie, the wardrobes of captain Henrik Zetterberg and Gustav Nyquist, and his best Halloween costume ever."

    From Red Helm’s Halloween Costume

    From USA Today: 5 Easy Sports Related Halloween Costumes (Video)

    From The Wall Street Journal: Scary Sports Halloween Costumes

    "Any kid can dress up as Captain America or Elsa the Snow Queen. In a year filled with some low moments in sports, here are suggestions on how to dress as your favorite sports antihero."

    From Winging It In Motown: Red Wings Host Kings In Scary Matchup

    "Back when Detroit was regularly winning Stanley Cups and conference titles, other teams were looking to us as the measuring stick game. For a Detroit team looking to establish itself, the shoe is now on the other foot, as the defending champion Kings crash Joe Louis Arena, hoping to pack two points in its trick-or-treat bag."

    From MLive: Pistons Have Scary Bad Habits

    "While that happened, the Pistons struggled to get into sets, made one free throw, and had no second-chance points. “We don’t block people out,” Van Gundy said. “We just turn and go to the board and people come running in. We’ve got bad habits that we’re trying to break and we didn’t do a good job tonight.”"