Through the first two games of their series against the Boston Bruins, the Detroit Red Wings have failed to convert on any of their six power play opportunities.
Jesus was even named the fan of the game.
The Detroit Red Wings have figured out what they need to do to beat the Boston Bruins.
Against the big, belligerent Bruins, the Red Wings could use the services of Jonathan Ericsson. For now, however, he is still unavailable.
If anyone understands how difficult it is to resist the urge to retaliate against Boston, it is Brendan Smith.
Had what happened to the Red Wings in Game 2 of their series against Boston happened in Game 1, coach Mike Babcock would be more worried.
On Monday’s edition of the Karsch and Anderson program, Doug and Scott are asking listeners about Detroit plays, focusing on: “What is your No. 1?” and “Did I just see what I think I saw?”
“The Blame Game” is radio 101.
The Red Wings are returning to Joe Louis Arena all tied up with the President’s Cup Trophy winning Boston Bruins at one game a piece.
The penalty has been handed down for the cheap shot issued in Game 1 of the Red Wings and Bruins game in Boston Friday night.