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    Red Wings Blank Oilers to Win Seventh-Straight

    The Detroit Red Wings picked up their seventh victory in as many games Wednesday night, holding the Edmonton Oilers scoreless en route to a 3-0.

    The Red Wings set the tone for the game in the first period, going without a goal but holding the Oilers without a shot. Edmonton wouldn't be credited with a chance on Detroit goalie Dominik Hasek until 20 seconds into the second period.

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    The Wings are on a role. In there winning streak, there has been a lot of low scoring games and good defense. Hopefully they can keep it up.
     
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    Red Wings Earn Second Consecutive Shutout

    The Detroit Red Wings and goaltender Dominik Hasek didn't allow a goal for the second game in a row, holding the Nashville Predators scoreless Friday night en route to a 3-0 victory.

    As they did Wednesday against the Edmonton Oilers, the Red Wings defense started strong, allowing only 8 Nashville shots in the first period.

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    Misconduct: Injuries may never be the same

    When Jason Williams collapsed to the ice after a hit by Edmonton's Raffi Torres on Wednesday, two thoughts ran through my mind:

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    Red Wings Tie Team Record with Ninth-Straight Win

    The Detroit Red Wings tied a franchise record Tuesday night, extending their winning streak to nine games with a 3-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks.

    Johan Franzen's shorthanded goal at 6:19 of the third period gave Detroit the win.

    The Red Wings got on the board first at 4:36 of the second period, when Valtteri Filppula carried the puck out from behind the net and turned to put a shot on Vancouver goalie Roberto Luongo. Luongo lost his stick and was disoriented as the puck bounced off defender Patrick Coulombe and into the net.

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    Red Wings' Streak Ends with Loss to Flames

    The Detroit Red Wings failed to set a new franchise record for consecutive wins Friday night, falling to the Calgary Flames, 4-1.

    Had the Red Wings won, it would have been their tenth victory in a row, a feat unmatched in the team's history. They have won nine-straight games six times, including once last season.

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    Red Wings Fall to Oilers in Shootout

    A goal by Raffi Torres in the seventh round of the shootout lifted the Edmonton Oilers over the Detroit Red Wings Saturday night, just one night after the Red Wings fell to the Vancouver Canucks.

    Edmonton had a late 3-2 lead but Jiri Hudler tied the game with just over three seconds remaining in regulation, deflecting a shot from the right circle by Dan Cleary past Edmonton goalie Dwayne Roloson.

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    Osgood Out 2-6 Weeks

    The Detroit News reported on Wednesday that Detroit Red Wings netminder Chris Osgood is expeced to miss 2-6 weeks with a broken bone near the wrist of his left hand.

    The hand - his glove-hand - has been bothering Osgood, 'causing him to miss his scheduled start against Edmonton on Saturday night. Rookie Joey MacDonald, Detroit's third-string goalie to start the season, took Osgood's place.

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    Canucks Capitalize on Chances to Rally Against Red Wings

    The Vancouver Cancucks scored twice in the third period to force overtime against the Detroit Red Wings Wednesday night, then notched a tally in the extra frame to pick up the win.

    When the Red Wings made a bad line change with 1:59 left in the overtime, Sami Salo sent a pass to the breaking Brendan Morrison who moved in all alone on Detroit netminder Dominik Hasek and beat him five-hole for the game winner.

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    Report: Red Wings Sign Kronwall for Five Years

    Canada's TSN reported on Thursday that the Detroit Red Wings have agreed to a five-year contract extension with defenseman Niklas Kronwall. The deal is reportedly worth $15 million.

    The 25-year-old Kronwall broke into the NHL in 2003-04, filling in on an injury-depleted Red Wings lineup until suffering an injury of his own, a broken leg from a freak accident during pre-game warmups in a January 23, 2004, matchup with in Los Angeles.

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    Red Wings Drop Shootout to Blues

    Former Red Wings goaltender Manny Legace stopped 41 shots - plus two more shootout chances - Friday night, leading the St. Louis Blues to a 3-2 win over Detroit.

    Legace, making his first start in Detroit since leaving the Red Wings, was aided by 22 blocked shots by his new teammates.

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    Misconduct: It Was Everyone, or Was It No One?

    I didn't post a news update or a message here in my blog after Detroit's 6-2 loss in Nashville a couple days ago. I believe that's the first time this season that, aside from the score, DetroitHockey.Net went without mention of the outcome of the game.

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    Shorthanded Goals Help Red Wings Snap Skid

    The Detroit Red Wings scored two shorthanded goals in the third period Monday night, lifting then to a 2-1 win over the Dallas Stars and ending their losing streak at five games.

    Kris Draper scored the first of Detroit's tallies 3:03 into the third period, banging home the puck when a long shot by Mathieu Schneider bounced off the back boards and came to him at the side of the net.

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    Re: Shorthanded Goals Help Red Wings Snap Skid

    Any victory over a Texas team is wonderful. Short handers all the better.
     
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    Red Wings Blank Wild for Second Consecutive Win

    The Detroit Red Wings scored twice in a 37-second span of the second period Friday night and goaltender Dominik Hasek did not allow a goal as they skated to a 3-1 win over the Minnesota Wild.

    It was Detroit's second win in a row after ending a five-game losing streak on Monday night against the Dallas Stars.

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    Late Goals Lift Sharks over Red Wings

    The San Jose Sharks scored twice in the final 3:31 Saturday night to earn a 3-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings. The game-winning goal came with just 5.9 seconds remaining.

    After a turnover by Dan Cleary at the Red Wings' blue line, Milan Michalek sent a pass to Joe Pavelski, who cut in from the left side, and beat Detroit goalie Joey MacDonald.

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    Red Wings Down Blues on Brett Hull Night

    On the night that the St. Louis Blues retired the number of former captain Brett Hull, the Detroit Red Wings spoiled the show, jumping out to an early lead and picking up a 5-1 victory in the first game of a home-and-home series.

    After a long ceremony to honor the former Blue and Red Wing, the teams took to the ice with Detroit clearly dominating.

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    Red Wings Power Past Maple Leafs

    The Detroit Red Wings' power play fired on all cylanders Saturday night, accounting for every goal in a 5-1 victory over the Original Six rival Toronto Maple Leafs.

    Midway through the first period the Red Wings got on the board as Mikael Samuelsson tapped home a cross-crease feed. Scored at 9:53, the goal came just seconds after the end of a 5-on-3, which Chad Kilger still in the box but before Alex Steen could get back into the play.

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    Red Wings' Comeback Falls Short Against Senators

    After allowing the Ottawa Senators to score three goals in the second period Tuesday night, the Detroit Red Wings scored twice but were unable to get the third goal to even the score, picking up a 3-2 loss.

    Forty-three saves by Ottawa netminder Ray Emery kept the Red Wings even getting a point out of a game which they controlled most of.

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    Red Wings Edge Blackhawks to Start Road Trip

    The Detroit Red Wings kicked off a three game road trip with a 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks Thursday night. The loss was Chicago's first in regulation under new head coach Denis Savard.

    The Red Wings weathered constant pressure from the Blackhawks, a team invigorated by the recent return of goaltender Nikolai Khabibulin and forward Martin Havlat from injury. Detroit netminder Dominik Hasek made 29 saves on 31 shots in one of his more impressive outings of the season.

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