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Matchup: Minnesota Wild vs. Detroit Red Wings
Venue: Joe Louis Arena; Detroit, MI
Time: 7:30 PM EST
Television: National: NBC Sports Network
The Detroit Red Wings (14-10-5, 33 points, 7th place Western Conference) return home to the friendly confines of Joe Louis arena tonight after a very successful west coast road trip which saw them go 2-1-0 and take 4 of a possible 6 points. They return home to take on the Minnesota Wild (16-10-2, 34 points, 3rd place Western Conference) who currently sit atop the Northwest Division thanks to the tiebreaker with the Vancouver Canucks. The Wild can also thank the Red Wings for their current rank, due to the Red Wings latest victory over the Vancouver Canucks 5-2 last Saturday night.
The Red Wings looked impressive once again against the Canucks this season and bounced back extremely well after giving up a goal in the first six seconds of the game. The Wings answered with five ...
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You know what? Jimmy Howard has become an elite goaltender and the majority of Detroit fans probably haven’t noticed.
The goaltending position in Detroit has always been a touchy subject as its right there with being a Tigers closer or Lions starting quarterback. And whether it was Chris Osgood, Dominic Hasek, Curtis Joesph or everyone’s favorite during the early 90′s Tim Cheveldale...
According to DetroitRedWings.com's Bill Roose, Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg has decided to lend a hand to Mary Mrdjenovic, a young lady whose high school athletic career's come to a premature end due to a severe back injury. The 4.0-GPA student applied for a Detroit Red Wings foundation college scolarship, and she's going to receive one:
“We have our scholarship...
My apologies for the lateness of this one: I was feeling under the weather today.
Anyway, the Red Wings flew from Detroit to Anaheim on Thursday afternoon, and instead of resting their legs, they practiced ahead of an incredibly challenging pair of games against the Ducks on Friday (10 PMEDT, FSD Plus/NHL Network U.S.) and Sunday (8 PM EDT, FSD):
Babcock said he doesn...
Red Wings prospect Calle Jarnkrok's Swedish team, Brynas IF, won't repeat as Swedish Eliteserien champions. They were ingloriously swept from the playoffs by Skelleftea AIK on Monday, leaving Jarnkrok's future up in the air.
The Wings signed him a year ago, but chose to loan him to Brynas for the Eliteserien season, and the Swedish-language newspapers have assumed that...
This video comes to you through multiple hands...I stumbled upon it via RedWingsFeed, and Sportsline's Brian Stubits saw it via a Tweet from NHL.com's Dave Lozo, but it's worth the effort. NHL.com took Pavel Datsyuk's end-to-end goal against Nashville and de-pixelated it, added some sound effects and turned it into a clip reminiscent of most over-30 hockey fans'...
Via RedWingsFeed, former Red Wings captain Nicklas Lidstrom's in Gothenburg, Sweden today to take part in a photo shoot for a clothing line (seriously), and Goteborgs-Tidingen's Johan Skold asked Lidstrom about the role of a "retstickor"--literally translated, a "teaser," or what we might call "instigators" or "shift disturbers"--in...
I'm well aware of this fact...
they will not say this in the room, but you have to wonder what would have been different, here, .... 1/2
— gregg krupa (@greggkrupa) March 21, 2013
2/2 if the refs had not disallowed tootoo's goal, which would have tied the game at one. might have changed much.
— gregg krupa (@greggkrupa) March 21, 2013
DETROIT (AP) -- Devin Setoguchi had two goals, Niklas Backstrom made 36 saves and the streaking Minnesota Wild beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-2 on Wednesday night.
Kyle Brodziak, Mikko Koivu also scored for Minnesota, which won its fourth straight. Pierre-Marc Bouchard had two assists.
Gustav Nyquist and Drew Miller scored for Detroit.
Minnesota led 1-0 after the first period despite...
The Detroit Red Wings fell into an all-too-familiar trap in dropping their first (and in this case "only") game back from a Western Canadian road swing against a team that had made the same trip, dropping a 4-2 decision to the Minnesota Wild in a game that wasn't nearly as close on the ice as it was on the scoreboard.
While the Wings weren't particularly thrilled...
Just in case the Charlie Coyle of the Minnesota Wild was wondering, the license plate on the big red truck read 55. The owner is Wings defenseman Niklas Kronwall.
Did you think it was clean? Kronwall received a four-minute double minor for high-sticking (of all things). Coyle popped a ketchup packet that fooled the officials was bleeding following the hit.
And for the GIF version:
The Red Wings theoretically scored a goal here, but referee Dave Jackson deemed Drew Miller to have tipped the puck down with a high stick:
from Dan Rosen of NHL.com,
A lot of general managers will say they look at the Detroit Red Wings as the model for consistency as a franchise. As a younger GM with experience working in the League for several teams, does that play with you as well and do you want to model your team after the Red Wings?
"I think so, but it's a pretty tough path to duplicate their...
How long before we see this? "Getting Carlo back is just like kicking some tires at the deadline and coming away with a special player, a special man, really. I like our team."
Ken Holland's big offseason splash is on the verge of returning, essentially guaranteeing the Wings one period of excellence before he gets hurt again.
Defenceman Carlo Colaiacovo also...
The Western Conference standings are tighter than Adrian Dantley's wallet. The Wings 33 pts have them holding onto the 7th spot at the moment, 3 pts out of 4th place, and only 3 pts in front of 10th place CBJ. Jobu was apparently in charge of Tuesday's practice; Eaves is questionable after being hit in the mellon by a puck, Datsyuk has the flu, and Hank has the runs...
Minnesota Wild (16-10-2) 34pts 1st in the Northwest
2.50 Goals For (21st)
2.43 Goals Against (6th)
17.2% Power Play (18th)
85.9% Penalty Kill (5th)
Top 5 Scorers:
1. #9 Mikko Koivu ~ 6G 17A = 23pts
2. #20 Ryan Suter ~ 2G 21A = 23pts
3. #11 Zach Parise ~ 11G 11A = 22pts
4. #7 Matt Cullen ~ 4G 15A = 19pts
5. #10 Devin Setoguchi ~ 9G 9A...