As Motor City stalls, Hockeytown's Red Wings soar


* The pride of 'Hockeytown' * Giving Detroit something to cheer about By Nick Carey DETROIT (Reuters) - All that separates the headquarters of U.S. automaker General Motors Corp and the ice hockey arena where the Detroit Red Wings play is a 10-minute walk along the banks of the Detroit River. But the two organizations are worlds apart. The Red Wings are on the cusp of renewed glory, vying for a second consecutive Stanley Cup, the trophy symbolizing the National Hockey League ...

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