Posted February 21, 2012 on AP on Fox
Detroit Red Wings star Pavel Datsyuk is expected to miss two weeks after having arthroscopic surgery Tuesday to remove fragments from his right knee. Datsyuk is Detroit's leading scorer with 59 points. Detroit has won a record 23 consecutive home games. The Red Wings play on the road Tuesday night at Chicago. Datsyuk helped Detroit keep its streak going when he scored with 5 seconds left Friday to beat Nashville - win No. 22 in a row at home. The forward was ninth in the NHL in scoring through Monday. Detroit also confirms Tuesday that goalie Ty Conklin has cleared waivers and been assigned to the team's Grand Rapids affiliate.

Red Wings' Datsyuk has surgery

Detroit Red Wings All-Star center Pavel Datsyuk will miss about two weeks following knee surgery Tuesday morning, according to the Wings' official Twitter account. "It was minor arthroscopic surgery, and he should be good to go in a couple of weeks," Wings GM Ken Holland is quoted as saying in the tweet. Datsyuk is fourth in the NHL in assists with 43 and ninth in...

Red Wings C Datsyuk ungergoes knee surgery, will miss two weeks

Detroit Red Wings center Pavel Datsyuk is expected to miss two weeks after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery on Tuesday."Everything is real good," coach Mike Babcock said. "Datsyuk had fragment in his knee, an old thing we wanted to clear up prior to playoff time."Datsyuk has 16 goals and 43 assists in 59 games for the Red Wings this season.Forward Danny Clearly...

Datsyuk out at least two weeks

Pavel Datsyuk will miss up to two weeks following knee surgery that was performed Tuesday in Detroit. (Photo by Dave Reginek) Pavel Datsyuk did not travel with the ...

Datsyuk expected to be out 2 weeks

Detroit Red Wings star Pavel Datsyuk is expected to miss two weeks after having arthroscopic surgery Tuesday to remove fragments from his right knee.

Datsyuk Out At Least Two Weeks

Numerous reports state Pavel Datsyuk had his knee scoped and will miss at least two weeks. Dan Cleary is expected to be back tonight.

Pavel Datsyuk, Sidney Crosby Could Dominate Play At U.S. Pond Hockey Championships

It's a big week for Minnesota. In a span of only a few days, the state will play host to Hockey Day in America followed by the U.S. Pond Hockey Championships on Lake Nokimis. To get into the pond hockey spirit, NESN Nation's Dan Duquette asked our Twitter followers which NHL players they think would excel out on the ice. To see who they thought could dangle their way to pond...

Wings' Datsyuk has knee surgery, out at least 2 weeks

Red Wings forward Pavel Datsyuk underwent minor arthroscopic knee surgery this morning and will be out at least two weeks, head coach Mike Babcock said this morning. "Everything is real good," Babcock said. "He had a fragment in his knee, an old thing that we wanted to clean up here, prior to playoff time.

Red Wings 3, Sharks 2: Notes, quotes from Sunday's win

Shortly after a dominating shift by Pavel Datsyuk's line, the Red Wings took a 1-0 lead when Henrik Zetterberg fired a backhand shot through traffic that surprised Antti Niemi at 6:30.

Patrick Eaves (concussion) unsure of if he'll play again this season; Pavel Datsyuk (knee) looking for tickets to Florida

The locker room at Joe Louis Arena was full this morning, with the healthy and the less so. Pavel Datsyuk, two days removed from arthroscopic knee surgery, was there working out. Patrick Eaves, three months removed from breaking his jaw, was there to skate a little on his own.
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