Red Wings bid farewell to the Joe with Jeff Daniels video

Detroit Red Wings, Joe Louis Arena
The Detroit Red Wings play the Ottawa Senators in the first period of an NHL hockey game at Joe Louis Arena, Monday, Oct. 17, 2016 in Detroit. This will be the last season the Red Wings play in Joe Louis Arena.

DETROIT (WOOD) — The Detroit Red Wings are saying goodbye to the Joe Louis Arena.

This is their last season at the Joe, which they have called home for 38 years. Before their home opener Monday against the Ottawa Senators, they played a goodbye video narrated by Michigan native Jeff Daniels. That video was also posted on their Twitter account.

In the video, the Joe is described as “The birthplace of Hockeytown.”

“We look forward to turning the page while the newest generation of Red Wings stars writes the next chapter of Hockeytown lore. And we prepare for the future at Little Caesars Arena,” Daniels says in the video. “We affectionately say farewell to Joe Louis Arena. Thanks for the memories, Joe.”

The Wings will move into the new, state-of-the-art Little Caesars Arena, which is still under construction, next season.

The Wings beat the Senators 5-1 Monday night.