The Detroit Red Wings visit the New Jersey Devils tonight in just their fifth visit to the Prudential Center.
After failing to sweep their three-game road trip, falling to the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday, the Red Wings return home to host the Ottawa Senators tonight.
Former Senator and one-time Red Wing Daniel Alfredsson will not - as was briefly rumored - announce his retirement prior to the game.
So are we calling this another "You can't win when you only play 20 minutes" game? 'Cause the Wings had a pretty great second period and that's about it.
Gustav Nyquist looks like he's starting to try too hard to get out of his slump.
The Red Wings visit the Maple Leafs looking to sweep their three-game road trip tonight.
Detroit's visit to Toronto comes amid much drama for the Leafs. After a series of embarrassing losses, the team finally won a game on Thursday night, but drew the ire of some by not taking part in the postgame ritual of saluting their fans..
The Red Wings visit the Winnipeg Jets tonight in the second game of their three-game road trip against teams that wear blue. They beat the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday, 5-0, and face the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday.
The Red Wings kick off a three-game road trip tonight in Columbus, before visiting Winnipeg and Toronto.
Detroit is coming off an embarrassing 4-1 loss to the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday at home and will be without forward Pavel Datsyuk, who is back out with a groin injury.
The Red Wings didn't deserve to win tonight, and that's painful enough. On top of that, you have the seemingly magic bounces the Canadiens got to seal the win.
The whole thing was ugly. I don't even want to talk about it.
Detroit had better bounce back against Columbus on Tuesday.
Coming off a dominant 4-1 win over the Chicago Blackhawks, the Red Wings take on another Original Six foe tonight as they host the Montreal Canadiens.
The last time the two teams met, the Red Wings thought they'd gotten a late goal by Pavel Datsyuk to put them up on the Habs, but the goal was called back on Justin Abdelkader's goalie interference against Carey Price and Montreal went on to win in overtime..
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