Found November 01, 2011 on
The Detroit Red Wings look to return to the win column tonight as they welcome the Minnesota Wild to complete the return leg of a home-and-home series.
The Wings have lost four consecutive games after starting off the season 5-0, with their most recent defeat coming at the hands off the Wild on Saturday night in Minnesota. Goaltender Josh Harding turned aside 36 shots to preserve a 1-0 Wild vi...
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Minnesota Wild goaltender Josh Harding will make a third consecutive start in Thursday's game against the Vancouver Canucks.
Harding has been sensational in his last two starts, turning aside 72 of 73 shots in back-to-back wins over the Detroit Red Wings.
It will be the fourth start of the season for Harding, who missed last season due to a knee injury.
WEDNESDAYS STORYLINE: Josh Harding, who has been spectacular in his last two starts, will get the nod tomorrow against Vancouver. Harding allowed one goal on 73 shots in the back-to-back games vs. Detroit.
You have to go with Hards in that situation because he has played two great games. You have to reward him for one, and two, when a goalie is feeling like that and playing like...
The Red Wings have assigned Brunnstrom, 26, to Grand Rapids, where he can play 10 games or stay 30 days before having to be put through waivers again.
Saturday night, I attended the Wild-Wings game as a fan. What a totally different perspective sitting in the 4th row comapred to up in the press box. It's like the difference between watching the game in real time vs. a delay. The thing I noticed most was how fast the Red Wings are. They are scary fast. However, on this night, the Wild were on them all night trying to take...
Well, the Fabian Brunnstrom era is over (for now at least). The kid never got a shot with his first stint, but hopefully proves himself in Grand Rapids and gets another shot. But we can start the anticipation, because the Gustav Nyquist era is just beginning. He's been called up from the Griffins and will skate in Tuesday's game against the Wild. And not the 8:09...
The Wings called up Nyquist, 22, from the minors on Monday in hopes he can help turn around a four-game losing streak during which the Wings have scored just four goals.
Mikko Koivu scored with one minute left, then set up Devin Setoguchi's overtime winner to beat the Red Wings
Devin Setoguchi's power-play goal 1:33 into overtime gave the Minnesota Wild a 2-1 comeback win over the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night. It was Detroit's fifth consecutive loss and Minnesota beat the Red Wings 1-0 in Minnesota on Saturday night. Mikko Koivu also scored for Minnesota and Josh Harding stopped 36 shots.
Top 5 Scorers:
1. #10 Devin Setoguchi
2. #15 Dany Heatley
If the Red Wings really are going to join the Eastern Conference next season, you'd better start boning up on their new rivals. Two of the better teams in the East square off tonight as Buffalo hosts Philadelphia at 7:30 on Versus.
Devin Setoguchi's power-play goal 1:33 into overtime gave the Minnesota Wild a 2-1 comeback win over the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night.
Josh Harding's shutout Saturday night was made possible by the play of the Wild's young defensemen.