The NHL lockout has seen casualties among league staffers and team staffers throughout the league, but the Detroit Red Wings aren't planning on joining the layoff fray.
According to the Detroit Free Press, the Red Wings "don't have plans to lay anyone off."
John Hahn, senior director of communications, said this morning that they "don't have any plans to lay anyone off."
Al Sobotka, the team's well-known Zamboni master, "will do what he does during the off-season," Hahn said. "He'll find some building projects to do."
Hopefully the lockout comes to an end sooner rather than later, and all those affected can keep their jobs in these tough economic times.
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