There are just a few more days to visit the exhibition “Detroit Red Wings: 1997” at the Detroit Historical Museum. This show uses artifacts from local collectors, the Detroit Historical Society, and the Ilitch Holdings Corporate archives, to highlight how the dynasty was built and let fans relive the excitement of that championship season: the bitter rivalry with Colorado, Joe-Vision, car flags and the thrill of a Stanley Cup run that ended with a gap-toothed Steve Yzerman hoisting the cup on home ice at Joe Louis Arena.
The exhibit closing day is Sunday, February 12. Saturday, February 11 will feature a special ticketed photo opportunity with Red Wing great Vladimir Konstantinov from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. To learn more and for tickets, visit detroithistorical.org.
Photo Credit: Gary North, Detroit Historical Society