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WGD #23: Three things to watch for against Ottawa

Following their three-game road trip, the Red Wings are set to take on the Ottawa Senators at Little Caesars Arena before heading back out on the road again. Despite losing two of their three games on this past road trip, Detroit certainly performed well enough to nearly win all three games. Since both of those…

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WGD #20: Three things to watch for against Anaheim

After beginning the season 4-12-1, the Red Wings have now won back-to-back games against two of the better teams in the league. The recent acquisition of forward Robby Fabbri has also largely paid off as well. Fabbri has totaled a pair of goals and three points since being acquired by Detroit. That production is a…

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WGD #18: Three things to watch for against Boston

To say frustration has begun to boil over for the Red Wings would be an understatement. This team has now lost 12 of their last 13 games and currently sit dead-last in the league with a horrendous 4-12-1 record. The Red Wings have also allowed five goals or more in three of their previous four…

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WGD #16: Three things to watch for against Nashville

To say the least, the Red Wings didn’t endure much of fun this past weekend. Following their winless weekend, the Red Wings are set to welcome in the 8-4-2 Nashville Predators to Little Caesars Arena tonight. With the Red Wings allowing a combined eleven goals over their previous two games, it’s safe to say defending…

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WGD #13: Three things to watch for against Edmonton

Following their heartbreaking 5-4 loss in overtime against St. Louis, the Red Wings have their sights set on ending their eight-game losing streak at home against the Edmonton Oilers. Sunday night’s defeat against the reigning Stanley Cup champions had to feel very frustrating after the Red Wings rallied to score three straight goals in the…

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WGD #9: Three things to watch for against Vancouver

Despite losing 2-1 in Edmonton on Friday, the Red Wings actually played much better than expected against the Oilers’ high powered offense. Coming into tonight’s home game, the now rested Red Wings will be looking for revenge against the 5-3 Canucks. During their matchup in Vancouver last week, the Canucks embarrassed the Red Wings by…

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WGD #8: Three things to watch for against Edmonton

Following last night’s 5-1 defeat against the Flames, the Red Wings are looking to record at least one win during the final game of their three-game road trip. Along with losing three straight games, the Red Wings have also allowed a combined 15 goals over that same span as well. With the way the Oilers…

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WGD #4: Three things to watch for against Montreal

Undefeated no more, the Red Wings are seeking to get back into the win column following their 3-1 defeat against the Anaheim Ducks back on Tuesday. For the Montreal Canadiens, their team comes into this game on the second night of a back-to-back. After losing 5-4 in overtime to the Buffalo Sabers on Wednesday night,…

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WGD #3: Three things to watch for against Anaheim

Following their shocking 4-3 win against the Dallas Stars, the Red Wings will now welcome in the undefeated Anaheim Ducks.  Surprisingly, the Ducks have begun the 2019-20 season with a 2-0 record. Like the Red Wings, this season is supposed to be yet another rebuilding year for the Ducks. Clearly captain Ryan Getzlaf and his…