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Arizona looking for back-to-back wins after ending 11-game losing streak; Detroit eyes consecutive victories following six-game skid

by Dave Hogg / Correspondent

COYOTES (1-10-1) at RED WINGS (5-6-1)

7:30 p.m. ET; FS-A, FS-D, NHL.TV 

The Game

The Arizona Coyotes will try to build off a rare bit of momentum when they visit the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday. 

Coyotes defenseman Alex Goligoski scored with 14.4 seconds left in overtime to give Arizona a 4-3 victory at the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday. The victory ended the Coyotes' 11-game losing streak (0-10-1) and left them tied with the 1943-44 New York Rangers for the longest losing streak to start an NHL season.

Detroit also ended a losing streak in its most recent game, having lost six straight (0-5-1) before a 3-2 shootout victory against the Florida Panthers on Saturday. The Red Wings have won 12 straight shootouts, dating back to the 2015-16 season.


Players to watch

Coyotes rookie forward Clayton Keller has nine points (five goals, four assists) in a six-game point streak. Keller's pass to Goligoski set up the winning goal in overtime on Monday.

Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard has a .948 save percentage in his past three starts and has stopped all six shots he has faced this season in shootouts.


They said it

"Relief, excitement, happiness -- I can go on and on with all the adjectives you need. It's nice to finish a game with a smile on your face." -- Coyotes forward Jordan Martinook on Arizona's first win of the season

"[Jonathan] Ericsson and [Trevor] Daley have done a really nice job matched up against the other team's top lines." -- Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill on his new top defense pair


Coyotes projected lineup

Max Domi -- Derek Stepan -- Clayton Keller

Brendan Perlini -- Christian Dvorak -- Tobias Rieder

Jordan Martinook -- Brad Richardson -- Christian Fischer

Zac Rinaldo -- Mario Kempe -- Nick Cousins

Oliver Ekman-Larsson -- Jason Demers

Alex Goligoski -- Adam Clendening

Kevin Connauton -- Luke Schenn

Scott Wedgewood

Hunter Miska

Scratched: Anthony Duclair

Injured: Antti Raanta (lower body), Jakob Chychrun (knee), Niklas Hjalmarsson (upper body)

Red Wings projected lineup

Tomas Tatar -- Henrik Zetterberg -- Gustav Nyquist

Andreas Athanasiou -- Dylan Larkin -- Anthony Mantha

Darren Helm -- Frans Nielsen -- Justin Abdelkader

Scott Wilson -- Luke Glendening -- Martin Frk

Jonathan Ericsson -- Trevor Daley

Xavier Ouellet -- Mike Green

Niklas Kronwall -- Nick Jensen

Jimmy Howard

Petr Mrazek

Scratched: Luke Witkowski, David Booth

Injured: Danny DeKeyser (ankle)

Status report

Hjalmarsson left Arizona's win with an upper-body injury, and is day to-day. Clendening would replace him. … DeKeyser had a setback in his recovery from an ankle injury, and will not skate for the next week. He is not expected to return until the second half of November.


Stat pack

Keller (19 years old) and Domi (22) lead the Coyotes in scoring with a combined 22 points (nine goals, 13 assists) in 12 games …. Detroit's two leading scorers, Green and Larkin, each has scored one goal. Green has 10 assists, Larkin nine.

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