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Notes: Ericsson likely to play against Panthers

Frk has very special day off this past Tuesday

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

SUNRISE, Fla. -- It appears that the Red Wings will get another veteran defenseman back for Saturday night's game in Florida.

Jonathan Ericsson has not played this season due to an upper-body injury but is likely to draw into the lineup against the Panthers.

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Proteau: Leafs vs. Penguins Recap

Leafs run into hot goaltender, fall 3-0 to Penguins

by Adam Proteau proteautype /


The Leafs were riding a five-game win streak entering Thursday's game, but had their work cut out for them against a difficult Pittsburgh Penguins squad. And so, despite goaltender Frederik Andersen returning to action from a lower-body injury and stopping 35 of 36 shots faced, Toronto's offense was plugged up in front of netminder Matt Murray.

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Andersen questionable for Maple Leafs' next game

Goalie practices, may miss facing Penguins because of knee injury

by Dave McCarthy / Correspondent

TORONTO -- Frederik Andersen's status is uncertain ahead of the Toronto Maple Leafs game against the Pittsburgh Penguins at Scotiabank Arena on Thursday (7 p.m. ET; TVAS, TSN4, ATTSN-PT, NHL.TV).

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Notes: Young Wings learning patience in face of adversity

Rasmussen to return after one-game break; Daley expected to play in Tampa

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

DETROIT -- It's hard to have patience in a world in which everything seems to happen so quickly.

But that's one of the challenges that the Red Wings are facing now as they are trying to get better as quickly as possible while incorporating young players into the lineup.

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Trending: Detroit's Boston hex continues

Red Wings drop their ninth straight in Beantown; DeKeyser injured

by Arthur J. Regner @ArthurJRegner /

BOSTON -- It might as well be Halloween as the Red Wings' horror show in Boston has reached epic proportions.

Coming into Saturday afternoon's contest, the Bruins were 14-1-1 in their last 16 games against the Wings and had won eight straight in Boston.

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Notes: Wings have their work cut out for them against Bruins

Getting to the net front could help Detroit pick up a few more goals

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

DETROIT -- For a team seeking its first victory of the season, Boston is probably not the ideal spot to go.

But the schedule says the Red Wings (0-2-2) travel to face the Bruins Saturday afternoon (3 p.m. face-off, changed from 7 p.m.) so that is the task at hand.

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Notes: Kronwall set to return to lineup, but Cholowski now out

Mantha talks about maintaining confidence at NHL level

by Dana Wakiji and Art Regner @Dwakiji and @ArthurJRegner /

DETROIT -- Perhaps it is just the first three games of the season that Red Wings veteran defenseman Niklas Kronwall doesn't enjoy.

Last season Kronwall missed the first three games due to his chronic knee issues but returned to play the final 79 games.

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Trending: Wings drop first shootout of the season to Ducks

Bertuzzi gets his second goal in three games

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

ANAHEIM -- The Red Wings gave the Anaheim Ducks a nice 25th anniversary present -- a shootout victory.

Troy Terry scored the only goal of the shootout to lift the Ducks to the 3-2 win.

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Trending: Wings power play gets going but Kings prevail

Jensen draws into lineup, takes on Muzzin in second career fight

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

LOS ANGELES -- It goes down in the books as a loss but the Red Wings saw plenty of positives Sunday night.

The Wings used their speed and carried the play for large portions of the game but the Kings took advantage of their opportunities for a 4-2 victory at Staples Center.

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Daley leaves Kings game with upper-body injury, won't play against Ducks

DeKeyser, Jensen, Cholowski, Sulak and Hronek left to finish game on D

by Dana Wakiji @Dwakiji /

LOS ANGELES -- The Detroit Red Wings were already thin and very young on the blue line and it got worse Sunday night.

At 8:06 of the first period, Trevor Daley went down and appeared to get hit in the head by Kings forward Jaret Anderson-Dolan's knee.

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