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Notes: DeKeyser set to return; Rasmussen placed on IR

Red Wings concerned about their game, not the slumping Ducks

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner /

DETROIT- Defenseman Danny DeKeyser is expected to be back patrolling the Red Wings blueline against the Ducks Tuesday night at Little Caesars Arena after missing Detroit's last 19 games with an injured left wrist.

DeKeyser was injured on December 4 versus the Lightning when a Steven Stamkos shot caught him square on his left wrist.

Tweet from @DetroitRedWings: "We gotta keep going."#ANAvsDET | #LGRW

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Notes: DeKeyser could return to lineup against Anaheim

Blashill not pleased with Monday's practice; Bertuzzi gets lots of texts after hat trick

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

DETROIT -- There's so little room for error with the parity in today's NHL that teams can't afford to let up, even for a second.

Fresh off a 5-2 victory in Minnesota Saturday and a day off Sunday, the Detroit Red Wings were back on the ice Monday for practice at BELFOR Training Center.

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Kuraly's Offense, Rask's Netminding Power Bruins to Victory

Kuraly notches first three-point game of his career and Tuukka Rask has 30 stops in the 3-2 win

by Michael Tolvo @NHLBruins /

TORONTO - David Krejci opened the scoring and David Pastrnak notched the game-winning tally, but it was fourth-liner Sean Kuraly who stole the show in the Bruins 3-2 victory over the Maple Leafs in Toronto on Saturday night.

Kuraly scored the second goal of the game to even the score late in the second period, while also notching the primary assists on both Krejci and Pastrnak's goals.

"We love it so much," said David Pastrnak of the success Kuraly and his linemates had against the Leafs. "They deserve every point they get on the stat sheet. They work really hard for each other and they've been playing good, really well together. Really happy for them."

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Trending: Red Wings start on time, tame Wild, 5-2

Bertuzzi registers first career hat trick, Vanek nets two

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

ST. PAUL -- For once, the second period did not prove to be the Detroit Red Wings' undoing.

The Wings came into the game with a minus-20 goal differential, 60-40, in the middle frame and held the Minnesota Wild to just two shots.

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Trending: Red Wings comeback falls short, lose to Jets, 4-2

Wings slow start leads to their downfall

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

WINNIPEG -- It's not easy to overcome deficits, especially on the road against a talented team.

After spotting the Winnipeg Jets a 3-0 lead, the Detroit Red Wings fought back to get within a goal thanks to positive special teams play, but couldn't get over the hump, dropping a 4-2 decision at Winnipeg's Bell MTS Place Friday night.

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POSTGAME 5: Hart of the Matter

Hart stops 37 as Flyers snap skid with a 2-1 win over Dallas

by Flyers & Bill Meltzer @NHLFlyers

Carter Hart stopped a career-best 37 shots and James van Riemsdyk had a goal and an assist as the Flyers snapped their losing skid with a 2-1 win over the Stars on Thursday night at the Wells Fargo Center.

After a scoreless first period, Travis Konecny opened the scoring off a great behind the back pass from van Riemsdyk, who followed that up with a tip-in of his own to give the Flyers a 2-0 lead after 40 minutes.

Jamie Benn gave the Stars life late in the third period, finally solving Hart with three minutes left, but the Flyers shut the door from there on out. Stars netminder Anton Khudobin made several key saves and stopped a few odd-man rushes to keep Dallas in it, but ultimately took the loss with 20 saves.

Stars of the Game:
1 - Carter Hart (37 saves)
2 - James van Riemsdyk (1g-1a)
3 - Travis Konecny (1g)

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POSTGAME 5: Down in DC

Flyers surge late, but fall 5-3 to Caps in Washington

by Flyers & Bill Meltzer @NHLFlyers

A late surge from the Flyers wasn't enough as the Caps scored three times in the second period en route to a 5-3 win in Washington, DC on Tuesday night.

Tom Wilson and Jake Voracek traded first-period goals, but the Caps took over in the second frame, posting three unanswered goals from TJ Oshie and a pair from Jakub Vrana to head into the locker room with a 4-1 lead after 40 minutes.

The Flyers scored twice in the final three and a half minutes of regulation to draw within one, but the latter came with just 6.7 seconds left on the clock and TJ Oshie sealed it with an empty-netter for Washington.

Pheonix Copley turned aside 37 of 40 shots, while Mike McKenna made his first appearance in net as a Flyer and stopped 20 of 24 to take the loss.

Stars of the Game:
1 - Jakub Vrana (2g-1a)
2 - TJ Oshie (2g, +3)
3 - John Carlson (2a)

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Notes: Detroit's forecheck key to slowing down Montreal

Hronek establishing himself; Green getting healthy

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner /

DETROIT -- In their last 10 games against Montreal, the Red Wings are 2-6-2. They've beaten the Canadiens once in regulation in that span, a 1-0 shutout victory on Jan. 16, 2017 at Joe Louis Arena.

Detroit's aware it's been tough sledding versus Montreal lately, but it hopes to capitalize on a tired Canadiens team that played Monday, losing at home to the Minnesota Wild, 1-0.

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Game Preview: Pens-Cats

by Pittsburgh Penguins / Fan Guide

Game Date
Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Florida Panthers

Gold Third Jersey

Game Time

Doors Open

IBEW Warm-Ups Begin
6:29 PM

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Kempny's consistent play, huge spark for the Caps

After a breakthrough performance in the playoffs, Caps defenseman is just as strong in 2018-19

by Zach Shapiro @ShapZach /

Michal Kempny notched 15 points (3g, 12a) in 81 games in two seasons for the Chicago Blackhawks after spending his first few years of pro eligibility playing in Europe in his native Czech Republic.

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