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The Red Wings took at 2-1 series lead Monday night after a 3-1 win over the No. 1 seeded Chicago Blackhawks in a game that got very chippy late.
With just minutes remaining Andrew Shaw and Bryan Bickell began to lose their cool as Bickell took a cross checking minor that put his team down a guy while Shaw was sent to the showers early for instigating. And speaking of Bickell, his back and fourth with Dan Clearly was a pretty interesting talking point with Pierre McGuire immediately after the game.
The Wings got goals from Gustav Nyquist, Drew Miller and Pavel Datsyuk whose tally in this series was very reminiscent of his nasty shot in the first round in which Jonas Hiller never saw coming.
The Blackhawks’ lone goal came from Patrick Kane, his second of the series which cut the Wings’ lead in half 2-1 in the third. Chicago however thought they tied the game not long after Kane’s goal when Andrew Shaw put one past Jimmy Howard. The goal though was immediately waived off as the ref in...
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DETROIT -- You might not be able to tell by the expression on his face when he's on the bench, but Red Wings coach Mike Babcock is actually enjoying himself immensely.
Babcock has coached better teams. The 2008 Stanley Cup champions and the Canadian Olympic team that won gold in 2010 come to mind first.
Still, there's something about his 2013 Red Wings team.
DETROIT -- In the Chicago Blackhawks' minds, it was the turning point of Game 3.
For the Detroit Red Wings, it was only fair.
With the Wings leading 2-0 in the third period Monday night, Chicago defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson knocked Johan Franzen down along the boards in the Blackhawks' end.
While Franzen lay crumpled to the ice, the Blackhawks were headed the other way...
It’s common for hockey players to use a soccer ball off the ice to warm up before games. It’s a good way to get your legs going and have some fun with your teammates and work on communicating. Unfortunately for Gustav Nyquist, his teammate Damien Brunner never told him he was going to be throwing the ball directly at his junk. The routine must have worked though because...
DETROIT -- It seems like just yesterday when Jonathan Ericsson was the young defenseman arriving on the scene and making an impact for the Detroit Red Wings.
In the Wings' 2009 playoff run, Ericsson stunned everyone with his four goals and four assists in the 22 games, and by playing three days after an emergency appendectomy. He had played just 19 regular-season games.
FYI, Red Wings fans:
Datsyuk moves on in #NHL14CoverVote. Pavel faces Martin Brodeur in the semi's. Log on & vote: nhl.com/covervote twitter.com/DetroitRedWing…
— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) May 20, 2013
You can't vote by way of hashtags on Twitter anymore: you have to go to http://covervote.nhl.com regis,ter, and vote there.
The Chicago Blackhawks were controlling the puck and dominating play early in the second period. It took all of a half-minute for the Detroit Red Wings to swing the momentum.
Gustav Nyquist and Drew Miller scored 31 seconds apart midway through a previously scoreless game, helping the Red Wings beat the Blackhawks 3-1 on Monday night for a 2-1 lead in their Western Conference second...
I am annoyed. I happen to love mammoth, twenty-printed-page blog entries that eat bandwidth and crash browsers...But ever since we've moved to our now not-so-new software platform, I've got a character limit, so during the playoffs, when the press push is absolutely masive I've had to separate multimedia from the game wrap-ups, and now I'm positing an overnight report...
Team Sweden captured the World Championship today, defeating Switzerland 5-2, and while Niklas Kronwall's definitely proud of his brother Staffan (who captained the team) having won the first Swedish gold on home ice since 2006, and Damien Brunner's probably paying some lost bets this evening...
One Wings prospect did take part in the Worlds, and he shared a gold-filled...
Pavel Datsyuk simply continues to amaze. With the Detroit Red Wings clinging to a 2-1 lead in the third period of Game 3 against the Chicago Blackhawks (and after a couple of controversial decisions by the refs), Datsyuk roofed a wrist shot over Corey Crawford’s shoulder to put Detroit back up two en route to a 3-1 win.
Johan Franzen carried the puck into the Chicago zone, flipped...
Gustav Nyquist and Drew Miller scored 31 seconds apart midway through the second period and Pavel Datsyuk restored a two-goal lead in the third to help the Detroit Red Wings beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-1 Monday night to take a 2-1 lead in the second round series.
Patrick Kane scored 4:35 into the third period to pull Chicago within one. The Blackhawks celebrated as if they tied...
The Detroit Red Wings have gotten much younger than they used to be.
And now, as the Chicago Blackhawks are finding out, Detroit is a much better team than it was during the lockout-delayed regular season thanks to its improved cast of inexperienced players.
Red Wings rookie Brendan Smith netted game-winning goal in Saturday's series-evening, 4-1 win at Chicago.
Who are these guys? After getting skated into the ground and taken to the woodshed in game 1, DET pawned CHI in game 2. The Wings were so damn good, the 'Hawks Captain, having no excuses for his teams ineptitude, accused them of cheating: “I’m not going to go off and complain about some calls that I thought should have been called or whatever,” Toews said, before...
The Detroit Red Wings took to the ice at Joe Louis Arena to prepare for Game 3 against the Chicago Blackhawks tonight (7:30 PM EDT, NBCSN/CBC/97.1 FM, post-game on FSD), and the Wings' morning skate was relatively uneventful:
Wings skating with same lines and D pairs: 93-13-8, 51-40-11, 14-63-24, 20-25-17; 44, 22 work in; 55-52, 27-2, 28-4, 18; 37, 43 not on ice.