DETROIT You can spin it any way you want and maybe a tenth of a second would have made the difference.
But, until the Red Wings start on time, stay out of the penalty box and receive a goal or two from Valtteri Filppula and Jiri Hudler, time may not really matter.
A slow start, an early power play goal, and a lack of production from two of Detroits top goal scorers resulted in a 3-2 Red Wings defeat to the Nashville Predators, Sunday afternoon at Joe Louis Arena.
It was Nashvilles first playoff win ever in Detroit and has propelled the Predators to a 2-1 advantage in their best of seven playoff series.
With game four slated for Tuesday night, the Wings need to find a way to quickly tweak their game or the Predators could return to the Music City with a stranglehold in this series.
Weve got to be more disciplined, because theyre calling this stuff. Weve got to stay out of the box, said Detroit coach Mike Babcock. We did a lot of good things, their goaltender was good. We just h...