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    Detroit Red Wings hope to turn the tide against Buffalo Sabres with David Perron leading the charge

    The Detroit Red Wings will continue their road trip tonight by taking on the Buffalo Sabres for the third time this season. The Red Wings lost the first two matchups against the Sabres, with the first one being an 8-3 blowout and the second game being a 5-4 shootout loss.

    Tonight’s Red Wings player to watch: David Perron

    Tonight's Red Wings player to watch is David Perron. Perron comes into this game having scored three goals and getting three assists for six points in the last four games. His best game was last Wednesday against the Tampa Bay Lightning when he scored a goal and had two assists for three points.

    David Perron stats
    Via NHL.com

    Perron has recently played well alongside Dylan Larkin and Michael Rasmussen on the first line. Perron has scored 12 goals this season and had 15 assists for 27 points, which is good enough to rank him second on the team in points. In his career against the Buffalo Sabres, he has appeared in 20 games, scoring nine goals and ten assists for 19 points.

    This season against the Sabres, Perron has two goals and two assists. Look for Perron to give the team a spark tonight against the Sabres.


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