In case they weren’t aware already, the Chicago Blackhawks now know they’re going to have to earn it if they want to get past Detroit.
Damien Brunner and Brendan Smith scored in the second period and the Detroit Red Wings beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-1 Saturday in Game 2 to even their Western Conference semifinal series.
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“It was a fun game,” Zetterberg said. “Fans were really into it from the start. These are the games you’re looking forward to play. Unfortunately we couldn’t come up with the win.”
Though it hasn’t always been easy, the Chicago Blackhawks are finding ways to win while keeping their season-opening point streak intact.
Nick Leddy scored 2:45 into overtime and the Chicago Blackhawks improved to 6-0 – the best start in franchise history – with a 2-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night.
The Red Wings are missing Mikael Samuelsson, Ian White and Carlo Colaiacovo, but they may get defenseman Jonathan Ericsson back from a hip injury Sunday.
Patrick Sharp had a goal and an assist, and Patrick Kane broke a tie late in the second period in the Chicago Blackhawks’ 2-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday.
Valtteri Filppula had a goal and two assists and Zetterberg and Nicklas Lidstrom a goal and an assist apiece for Detroit.
Wings goalie Jimmy Howard made several key saves to help Detroit get the 4-3 victory over a desperate Chicago Blackhawks team on Sunday.