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DET (30-15-1) are in PHX (21-9-7) tonight looking to win consecutive road games for the 1st time in six weeks. Road defense plagues DET, they have allowed 69 goals on the road - nearly double the 36 yielded at home.
The Wings 30 victories lead the NHL, yet they find themselves 4th in the West, second in the Central.
The Dogs were pounded by ANA last night, 6-2. PHX have dropped four of five overall. However, the Coyotes have outscored their opponents 11-2 while winning their last two home games.
Short and sweet. LGRW
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