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A pair of Western Conference powers collide tonight in the Motor City, as the Detroit Red Wings are set to host the Vancouver Canucks at Joe Louis Arena.
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The Vancouver Canucks have been competitive during a daunting first week of the season. However, that's not enough to satisfy a team that is determined to make a return trip to the Stanley Cup finals.
After falling short in their last contest, the Canucks face another stiff challenge when they continue their four-game trip Thursday night against the unbeaten Detroit Red Wings...
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The Vancouver Canucks boast structure, a high-powered offense and top-notch special teams, providing an excellent measuring stick for the Red Wings even this early in the season. The Wings are happy to be playing anyone tonight, as they haven't seen an opponent since winning Saturday at Colorado, but the Canucks -- much like the Wings -- are one of the NHL's elite teams.
A pair of Western Conference powers collide tonight in the Motor City, as the Detroit Red Wins are set to host the Vancouver Canucks from Joe Louis Arena.