BREAKING: Tyler Bertuzzi Sets Precedent in Red Wings Franchise History

Tyler Bertuzzi just made Red Wings history.

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Bertuzzi became the first player in Wings franchise history to record to score three or more points in four consecutive games. Bertuzzi is also the first player to do so in the NHL since 2005-06.

Along with the record, he extending his scoring streak to five games. Bertuzzi racked up five goals and eight assists over that span. He became the fourth Red Wing to pass the 20-goal mark this season, behind Dylan Larkin, Andreas Athanasiou, and Anthony Mantha. Bertuzzi now has 47 points this season, scoring 21 goals and assisting on 26.

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