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Top 5 Detroit Red Wings Goals of the Week [Video]

The Detroit Red Wings continued to show vast signs of improvement during the past week, displaying a never-die attitude and giving hope to fans in the Motor City who have been waiting to see exciting hockey once again.

Let’s take a look back at the top five goals in the week that was.

5. Pius Suter’s 1st as a Red Wing

Signed this offseason from the Chicago Blackhawks, Suter redirected Moritz Seider’s shot from the point past Florida Panthers goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, knotting the score at 2-2 in front of a frenzied crowd at Little Caesars Arena.

4. Filip Hronek threads the needle to Adam Erne

The comeback for the Red Wings against the Washington Capitals began with an Adam Erne tally late in the 2nd period, thanks to defenseman Filip Hronek pinching in the offensive zone and finding Erne in front of the net.

3. Vladislav Namestnikov capitalizes following beautiful play from Joe Veleno

The Red Wings recalled Joe Veleno from the Grand Rapids Griffins for Saturday’s game against the Toronto Maple Leafs, and it paid immediate dividends. Veleno recorded a goal and an assist, the later of which was a gorgeous feed to Vladislav Namestnikov after deking his way past Toronto’s defense.

2. Dylan Larkin buries overtime winner to take down Capitals

Red Wings captain Dylan Larkin finished off what was a dramatic comeback for the Red Wings against the host Capitals, rebounding from a two goal deficit and snatching victory from the jaws of defeat.

1. Lucas Raymond blasts one-timer for 1st career hat trick

Lucas Raymond is paying off in spades for the Red Wings, leading all NHL rookies in scoring. And he put on a show last Sunday night against the Chicago Blackhawks, tallying three goals for his first career hat trick and putting the rest of the League on notice.

Written by Michael Whitaker

Always at the front lines of Detroit Sports.


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