The Wings led tonight’s contest for about 40 minutes, but it wasn’t enough in the end as the Sharks tied it up midway through the third, and won the game in extra time on a goal from probably the least likely guy on either team. Let’s get to the recap after the break.
Cody and I are back with your round 2 preview, as well as our picks and a look at how we did predicting the winner’s of the 8 conference quarterfinal series.
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It will have been more than a week since the Red Wings eliminated the Phoenix Coyotes when they lace ’em up for Game 1 against the Sharks on Friday night. The Wings 6-3 victory over the Coyotes in Game 4 made them the first team to advance on to Round 2, and now 7 days later, there are still four teams unsure of their future beyond tonight. What we do know is that the Wings will open their series up in San Jose on Friday night (time TBA), continuing on Sunday at 3pm, before moving back to Detroit for Games 3 & 4 on Wednesday and Friday.
More good news for Red Wings fans! On Wednesday night, they wrapped up their four game sweep of the 6th seeded Phoenix Coyotes, a series they completed without the services of their leading scorer Henrik Zetterberg. Today, word came down that Zetterberg will miss no more time with his left knee injury. While it still remains to be seen who the Wings will play in Round 2, and when that round will start, the Wings can take comfort in knowing that they’ll have #40 back on the ice.
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The Red Wings became the first team to punch their ticket to the second round last night when their 6-3 win over the Coyotes completed a round one sweep. The series played out almost perfectly for the Wings, with very little to complain about if you’re a fan of the team. After the break, we’ll take a look at how the Red Wings dispatched the Coyotes and look ahead to who they might be facing in Round 2.
The Wings and Coyotes teamed up for the closest-played game of the series, but it was not enough for Phoenix to save their season and potentially their franchise. Spurred on by two late goals from funky angles by Danny Cleary and Todd Bertuzzi, and then an empty netter by Patrick Eaves, the Wings put the series to bed, doubling up on the Coyotes.
The start time may have been more than three hours later than we are used to, but the story was much of the same. The Wings stormed out to a three goal lead that never was in serious doubt, pushing the Coyotes to the brink of elimination and relocation. Follow along after the jump for the breakdown.
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What looked like a walk in the park turned into a nail biter, but the Wings held on for victory to take a well-earned 2-0 lead in the series. Phoenix, who looked over-matched for the first two periods, got themselves back into the game with an opportunistic power play, aided by some friendly calls by the men in stripes.
The Wings have plenty of options available to them in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft this summer, where they will draft somewhere between 22nd and 30th. We call that status quo in Detroit, who have become accustomed to drafting late in rounds due to their strong finishes in the league standings. In fact, Jakub Kindl at 19th overall in 2005 was the highest they’ve drafted in decades.
The Wings used a four goal outburst to pace themselves to victory over the visiting Coyotes to open up the 2011 playoffs. The big guns came to play, with leading scorer Henrik Zetterberg on the shelf. They also got a strong effort from the energy players in a convincing win.
The NHL had their draft lottery last night, where the bottom few teams found out which of them would be picking first overall. Follow along after the break to find out who will be selecting first on June 24th, 2011, and who the bottom handful of teams could wind up taking.
Cody and Rob are back at it with an insightful and humorous examination of all of the 2011 Quarterfinal Stanley Cup Playoff Matches!
I thought after last season, there was no way we would ever have a roller coaster run like that ever again. Though the Wings were never in danger of missing the playoffs this year like they were last year, the injuries they had to overcome may have been even more substantial than last year.
That’s what makes the Wings 3rd place finish in the Western Conference that much more special. After the jump, I’ll show you how everyone who played a game for the Wings this year finished in my season long tally of three star selections, and who the Wings top 3 players were this year!