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Tag Archives: Jiri Hudler
The Detroit Red Wings’ special teams struggles continued, as they gave up an early short handed goal and failed to find the net on four more power plays in a disappointing 5-2 road loss to the Los Angeles Kings.
After running off 23 consecutive wins at home, the Red Wings suddenly find themselves in a bit of a rut. Two nights after their Joe Louis Arena streak came to an end in a shootout against the Canucks, Detroit fell … Continue reading
Each Monday, we’ll hand out our “3 stars” to recognize the local athletes who turned in the best performances over the previous week.
In their last meeting, the Detroit Red Wings looked very pedestrian on the road against the Vancouver Canucks. Tonight, Detroit would dominate the game at times, but still need a shootout to best the Canucks by a final score of … Continue reading
With the final push of the season underway, the Detroit Red Wings looked hungry to atone for the sins of their poor effort last week. They came out with a solid push early, and used some fantastic passing late to … Continue reading
Each Monday, we’ll hand out our “3 stars” to recognize the local athletes who turned in the best performances over the previous week. Third Star: Jiri Hudler, Detroit Red Wings Coaches everywhere will admit that one thing they watch for … Continue reading
Memories of December 1995 were swirling in reverse, as the Detroit Red Wings were throttled early and often by the Montreal Canadiens. From the drop of the puck on, Detroit looked to be mentally fatigued, and checked out early before … Continue reading
This time, the Red Wings got into a literal shootout, and used another fancy goal to seal a 3-2 victory in Dallas. Continue reading