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JUSTIN ABDELKADER RUMORS

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  TAMPA, FL – DECEMBER 12: Ben Bishop #30 of the Tampa Bay Lightning makes a save on Justin Abdelkader #8 of the Detroit Red Wings as he’s defended by Sami Salo #6 at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on December 12, 2013 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Mike Carlson/Getty Images) What everyone is talking aboutThe Red Wings took game 1, but the Lightning are making short work of the Red...
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Photos: Justin Abdelkader’s girlfriend, Julie Leshkevich, is all that

Red Wings winger Justin Abdelkader has a girlfriend.  Her name is Julie Leshkevich.  He went to Michigan State.  She went to Michigan State.  He plays really really hard.  She looks really really…nice. He wins.  She wins.  We win. Twitter – @julieleshkevich
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Detroit Red Wings weekly: Playoff spot far from being clinched

The Detroit Red Wings (40-23-12) are playing with fire and if they aren’t careful they are going to get burned out of the playoffs. This week the Red Wings claimed three out of eight points available to them, while their Atlantic division rivals Boston Bruins embraced the opportunity to close down the gap on the Wings by getting five out of six points. Luckily, the Ottawa Senators...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings weekly: Abdelkader to the rescue

The Detroit Red Wings (39-21-11) are scrambling to hold onto third place in the Atlantic Division. Justin Abdelkader gave them a little more breathing room Sunday afternoon by banging home an overtime rebound goal to push the Red Wings past the St. Louis Blues, 2-1. The Wings desperately needed these two points with the Boston Bruins and Ottawa Senators chasing them down and after...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Abdelkader scores OT game-winner with broken stick (Video)

Detroit Red Wings forward Justin Abdelkader scored the game-winning goal in overtime of Sunday's game against St. Louis despite his stick breaking in half as he shot it into the net.Abdelkader was in perfect position for the loose puck, and his stick held together just long enough for him to push it into the net:The Red Wings beat the Blues 2-1, with Abdelkader providing an assist...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Abdelkader Scores Game-Winning Goal With Broken Stick

Sunday afternoon’s Blues-Red Wings game in Detroit was a tightly contested battle that needed overtime to find a winner and, ultimately, was decided by a controversial play that possibly should not have counted. With the Red Wings starting OT on the power play, Justin Abdelkader crashed the net and scored on a rebound just 24 Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Red Wings score winner with a broken stick

The Detroit Red Wings OT winner against the St. Louis Blues was pretty controversial. Justin Abdelkader tapped in the winner, but the review clearly showed he was using a broken stick. Under the NHL’s rules, a goal can not be counted if it’s scored with an illegal – in this case broken – stick. Amazingly, this goal wasn’t even reviewed and the broadcast didn’t acknowledge...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings searching for answers after recent struggles

Let the finger pointing begin. The Detroit Red Wings (37-18-11) have lost three out of its last four games. For any other NHL team this would be a minor hiccup, but things tend to get blown out of proportion when it concerns the Red Wings and a slump like this coming in mid-March. To be fair, this is arguably the worst the Wings have looked since they dropped six straight games back...
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March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Abdelkader hurt with a shoulder injury

It wasn’t all good for the Red Wings today during their 5-3 win over the Canucks. During the second period, forward Justin Abdelkader suffered a should injury after a big hit from Vancouver’s Luca Sbis. Babcock said Abdelkader hurt his shoulder. Not significant. Day to day. — Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) November 30, 2014 The play itself is hard to see in the video below...
Via The Majors Detroit
November 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings: First line production

           Justin Abdelkader celebrates with the one-knee fist pump                  (Photo credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports) Mike Babcock has always been a coach who frequently likes to mix up his lines, and now his latest first-line combination of Gustav Nyquist, Henrik Zetterberg, and Justin Abdelkader is appearing to be a genius move for the Detroit Red...
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February 03, 2014  |  Discuss
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