Around the Rink – March 26 Edition

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Wings-Blues Recap

The Wings continued their winning ways on Wednesday, as they beat Central Division foe St. Louis 4-2. The line of Henrik Zetterberg, Valtteri Filppula and Todd Bertuzzi provided all four goals for the Wings. Filppula had the last two goals and one assist, and both Zetterberg and Bertuzzi recorded a goal and an assist. Jimmy Howard, in his 20th straight start, made 30 saves in the win over the Blues.

Detroit is 8-1-1 in their last ten games, as they fight for a 19th straight playoff berth.

The DRW bloggers weigh in on the game: Detroithockey.net, Hockeytown USA, Nightmare on Helm Street, On the Wings, Red Wings Blog

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One Response to Around the Rink – March 26 Edition

  1. Sybil thomas says:

    I’m glad you have positive things to say about Osgood, but what duo? To listen to the coach’s comments he won’t play Osgood again if Howard is the best he’s had in the 5 years he’s been there. What about Conklin and Hasek, were they chopped liver? No one has been in my opinion, I’m thrilled Howard is doing well, but he is carrying on the torch of excellent goalies that have played for the Red Wings. Listening to the last games comments on goaltending made me just want to turn off the game, that has never happened. I don’t think I have emotional reaction, just not fickle enough to forget all the wins and Stanley Cup playoffs and the victories that Osgood has participated in.

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