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It was up to ZERO to remove those buildings from the plates. Another factor to consider was that Black Mass was shot in late spring, whereas most of the scenes in Black Mass take place in a much colder late winter.


Utilizing a diverse array of tools — including Maya, NUKE, and Photoshop, Devereaux and his team went about transforming mild spring to a stark winter. All of these changes were impressively created without the aid of any green screens.

Pavel Datsyuk, Brett Hull and Boyd Devereaux

At ZERO, we want to engender that creativity, not distract from it. Devereaux states that the most VFX-intensive shots faced during the production were those set within a moving vehicle.

In addition to the CG snow, crowd extension — achieved by duplicating extras — became another important element in the Black Mass VFX process. October 10 vs. Vancouver — Finally knocking Colorado off the top of the Northwest Division, Vancouver remains dangerous. They usually give the Wings a hard-fought game; the teams split four games last season. To counter, they did sign Pavol Demitra and Jeremy Roenick.

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If the Kings want any chance of making the playoffs, goalies Mathieu Garon and Jason Labarbera have to immediately make an impact. Lababera won his first game, stopping 27 of 29 shots against Phoenix. White game in training camp. Speaking of coaches, Wayne Gretzky is still in the spotlight — not for what he has done, but what he can do. There have been reports of the players being intimidated by the presense of The Great One, which may explain their start. The Coyotes are re-tooling quickly, acquiring Geoff Sanderson from the Blue Jackets in a five-player deal.

Paving the Way

The Detroit Red Wings lost two players to free agency on Monday as the Ottawa Senators announced that they would sign and name Dominik Hasek as their starting goaltender on Tuesday and the Phoenix Coyotes came to terms with forward Boyd Devereaux. The Red Wings did not attempt to resign Hasek and had given him permission to speak with other teams at the end of the season. Hasek helped Detroit win the Stanley Cup in before retiring that summer. The Red Wings signed Curtis Joseph to replace him but Hasek returned to the team in the summer of , creating a logjam in the crease.

Joseph will be the starter in Detroit next season. Detroit did not tender Devereaux a qualifying offer by the July 1 deadline, making him an unrestricted free agent.

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  • They had hoped to bring him back at a reduced price but Devereaux was hoping to find a team where he could get more quality playing time. Brett Hull and Steve Thomas have been told they will not be brought back next year. Kris Draper already signed a 4-year deal with the Red Wings.

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    The Detroit Red Wings have signed unrestricted free agent Kris Draper to a four-year deal, the team announced on Thursday. As per team policy, the terms of the contract were not disclosed. The Red Wings were rumored to have resigned the center on Wednesday, one day before he would have become a free agent, but the rumor was false and Draper was one of the many players across the league who became a free agent at midnight of July 1. Draper had a breakout season last year, scoring 24 goals and 40 points and claiming the Frank J. The Red Wings will now focus on bringing back forwards Brendan Shanahan and Boyd Devereaux and defensemen Mathieu Schneider and Chris Chelios , as well as signing their restricted free agents.

    Despite reports to the contrary, the Detroit Red Wings did not sign forward Kris Draper to a new contract late Wednesday night. Draper, who had a career year last season, has become an unrestricted free agent along with Brendan Shanahan , Chris Chelios , Mathieu Schneider and Boyd Devereaux. Brett Hull , Steve Thomas and Dominik Hasek also became unrestricted free agents but the Red Wings had already notified them that the team would not attempt to resign them. Hasek is reportedly close to a deal with the Ottawa Senators. NHL free agency began at midnight on Thursday.

    Detroit captain Steve Yzerman is also an unrestricted free agent but he is expected to sign with the Red Wings as soon as he recovers from his season-ending facial injury. Draper is reportedly close to a deal and some rumors say he had even signed a new contract but nothing is done yet between him and the club. Shanahan and Chelios both intend to stay in Detroit and are close to deals. Schneider and the Red Wings are far apart and Schneider is expected to garner interest from Los Angeles and the New York Rangers, teams he had previously played on.

    The Detroit Red Wings evened their first round playoff series with a victory over the Calgary Flames Thursday night. The teams have now won two games each as they come back to Detroit for Game Five on Saturday afternoon. With the Red Wings leading, , and just four seconds remaining in the game, Calgary agitator Ville Nieminen skated in without the puck at Red Wings goalie Curtis Joseph and threw an elbow to his head. Officials ushered the smiling Nieminen off the ice before Detroit enforcer Darren McCarty could settle the score.

    Twenty seconds earlier, the Red Wings sealed their victory with an empty-net goal by Henrik Zetterberg. Detroit had opened the scoring with the first first-period goal of the series for either team. Kirk Maltby came into the slot to get the pass and one-timed a shot into the net to give the Red Wings the early lead.

    Detroit expanded their lead three minutes into the second period on a goal by Boyd Devereaux. Devereaux, inserted into the lineup for only the second time this postseason, twice held the puck in the Flames zone before getting the puck to Kris Draper as he skated through the right faceoff circle. Draper gave the puck to Ray Whitney , who took it to the bottom of the circle before sending it back up top to Devereaux, who one-timed a long shot past Kiprusoff to put the Red Wings up by two.

    The Flames struck twice in 18 seconds to tie the game. At of the second, Martin Gelinas got a loose puck at the side of the net and poked it by Joseph, who was attempting a poke-check. At , Nieminen was left all alone in front of Joseph and outwaited him before lifting the puck over his glove. The Red Wings regained the lead just past the midway point of the third period.

    Defenseman Mathieu Dandenault pinched in and reached behind Kiprusoff to knock the puck over the goal line, scoring the eventual game-winner. Detrit outshot Calgary, Joseph and Kiprusoff each made 25 saves. A suspension could be handed down from the league offices but the chances of that happening were unknown as the game came to a close. Whitney scored with remaining in the second period and fourth-string goaltender Marc Lamothe allowed only two goals on 28 shots against as the Red Wings held off a St.

    Louis team fighting to make the playoffs. With the game tied a two, the Red Wings had the Blues reeling in their own zone. Whitney faked a shot from the top of the left faceoff circle and skated in to the faceoof dot, firing a quick wrister over St. Detroit had opened the scoring into the game on a goal by Boyd Devereaux.

    With Osgood sprawling across the goal crease, Devereaux got the puck from defenseman Chris Chelios at the left side of the net. He roofed a shot over Osgood and put the Wings up by one early. As Brett Hull skated into the St. Louis zone with Pavel Datsyuk , Thomas trailed the play. Coming down the right side of the ice, Hull dropped a pass to Thomas, who fired a shot past Osgood, giving Detroit a two-goal lead.

    Louis tied the game with two goals just apart early in the second period. Former Red Wing Mike Sillinger scored into the period to put the Blues on the board and Brain Savage knocked in a loose puck at to tie the game. Osgood stopped nine of the 12 shots he faced in the game. The Red Wings were perfect on the penalty kill, not allowing a goal on either of the two St. Louis power play chances. Detroit did not have any power play attempts of their own, as St.

    Louis was not penalized in the game.