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Game 80 | Detroit Red Wings @ St. Louis Blues | 7:30 PM EST | NBC |

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Game Information


TV/Radio:
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Referees: #29 Ian Walsh and #23 Brad Watson
Linesmen: #66 Darren Gibbs and #95 Jonny Murray

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Team Comparison:
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79 GP 79
47 Wins 48
27 Losses 21
5 OTL 10
99 Points 106
0.627 P% 0.671
2.96 G/G 2.53
2.46 GA/G 1.86
16.2 PP% 16.7
81.1 PK% 85.1
32.3 S/G 30.6
26.9 SA/G 26.5
51.7 FO% 50.5


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St. Louis Blues

Team Statistics:
Goals Scored Assist Points
David Backes (24) Alex Pietrangelo (12) David Backes (54)
Plus/Minus Goals Against Average Goalie Save Percentage
Alexander Steen (+24) Brian Elliott (1.48) Brian Elliott (.943)
Wins Shut out wins Penalty Minutes
Jaroslav Halak (25) Brian Elliott (9) Ryan Reaves (109)


Team Injuries:
Position Player Injury Status


Projected Lineup:
Left Wing Center Right Wing
Alex Steen David Backes TJ Oshie
Andy McDonald Patrik Berglund David Perron
Vladimir Sobotka Jason Arnott Jamie Langenbrunner
Matt D'Agostini Scott Nichol Chris Stewart

Left Defenseman Right Defenseman
Kent Huskins Alex Pietrangelo
Barrett Jackman Kevin Shattenkirk
Kris Russell Roman Polak

Goaltender
Brian Elliott


In the spotlight:
Center Defenseman (R) Left Wing


Roster:
Forwards:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Patrik Berglund C 21 6/2/1988 6-3 211 L Vesteras, SWE St. Louis(2006)1,25
Jason Arnott C 44 10/11/1974 6-5 220 R Collingwood, CAN Edmonton(1993)1,7
Evgeny Grachev C 78 2/21/1990 6-4 225 R Khabarovsk, Russia NYR(2008)3,75
Scott Nichol C 12 12/31/1974 5-9 180 R Edmonton, CAN Buffalo(1993)11,272
Andy McDonald C 10 8/25/1977 5-10 190 L Stratford, CAN Undrafted
TJ Oshie C 74 12/23/1986 5-11 201 R Mt. Vernon, USA St. Louis(2005)1,24
Vladimir Sobotka C 17 7/2/1987 5-10 183 L Trebic, CZE Boston(2005)4,106
Alexander Steen C 20 3/1/1984 6-1 205 L Winnipeg, CAN Toronto(2002)1,24
David Perron L 57 5/28/1988 6-0 180 R Sherbrooke, CAN St. Louis(2007)1,26
Chris Porter L 32 5/29/1984 6-2 205 L Toronto, CAN Undrafted
Brad Winchester L 15 3/1/1981 6-5 228 L Madison, USA Edmonton(2000)2,35
David Backes R 42 5/1/1984 6-3 220 R Minneapolis, USA St. Louis(2003)2,62
BJ Crombeen R 26 7/10/1985 6-2 212 R Denver, USA Dallas(2003)2,54
Matt D'Agostini R 36 10/23/1986 5-11 170 R Sault Ste. Marie, CAN Montreal(2005)6,190
Ryan Reaves R 75 1/20/1987 6-2 193 R Winnipeg, CAN St. Louis(2005)5,156
Chris Stewart R 25 10/30/1987 6-2 228 R Toronto, CAN Colorado(2006)1,18
Jamie Langenbrunner R 15 6/24/1975 6-1 202 R Cloquet, USA Dallas(1993)2,35


Defense:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Carlo Colaiacovo D 28 1/27/1983 6-1 200 L Toronto, CAN Toronto(2001)1,17
Ian Cole D 23 2/21/1989 6-1 211 L Ann Arbour, USA St. Louis(2007)1,18
Barret Jackman D 5 3/5/1981 6-0 203 L Trail, CAN St. Louis(1999)1,17
Kris Russell D 4 5/2/1987 5-10 172 L Caroline, CAN Columbus(2005)3,67
Kent Huskins D 6 5/4/1979 6-4 210 L Almonte, CAN Chicago(1998)6,156
Alex Pietrangelo D 27 1/18/1990 6-3 199 R King City, CAN St. Louis(2008)1,4
Roman Polak D 46 4/28/1986 6-0 232 R Ostrava, CZE St. Louis(2004)6,180
Kevin Shattenkirk D 12 1/29/1989 5-11 193 R Greenwich, USA Colorado(2007)1,14


Goalies:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT CATCHES POB DRAFT
Brian Elliott G 1 4/9/1985 6-3 204 L Newmarket, CAN Ottawa(2003)9,291
Jaroslav Halak G 41 5/13/1985 5-11 182 L Bratislava, SVK Montreal(2003)9,271


Starting Goaltender



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Detroit Red Wings
Team Statistics:
Team Statistics:
Goals Scored Assist Points
Johan Franzen (26) Pavel Datsyuk (46) Henrik Zetterberg (68)
Plus/Minus Goals Against Average Goalie Save Percentage
Ian White (+13) Jimmy Howard (2.14) Jimmy Howard (.920)
Wins Shut out wins Penalty Minutes
Jimmy Howard (34) Jimmy Howard (6) Kyle Quincey (89)


Team Injuries:
Position Player Injury Status
C Darren Helm Knee surgery Out
RW Patrick Eaves Jaw/Concussion Out
G Joey MacDonald Back spasms Out


Projected Lineup:
Left Wing Center Right Wing
Valtteri Filppula Henrik Zetterberg Jiri Hudler
Gustav Nyquist Pavel Datsyuk Johan Franzen
Danny Cleary Justin Abdelkader Todd Bertuzzi
Drew Miller Cory Emmerton Tomas Holmstrom

Left Defenseman Right Defenseman
Nicklas Lidstrom Jonathan Ericsson
Niklas Kronwall Ian White
Jakub Kindl Brad Stuart

Goaltender
Jimmy Howard


In the spotlight:
Right Wing Defenseman (R) Right Wing


Forwards:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Pavel Datsyuk C 13 7/20/1978 5-11 197 L Sverdlovsk, RUS Detroit(1998)6,171
Cory Emmerton C 48 6/1/1988 6-0 177 L St. Thomas, CAN Detroit(2006)2,41
Valtteri Filppula C 51 3/20/1984 5-11 174 L Vantaa, FIN Detroit(2002)3,95
Johan Franzen C 93 12/23/1979 6-3 220 L Vetlanda, SWE Detroit(2004)3,97
Darren Helm C 43 1/21/1987 5-11 172 L Winnipeg, CAN Detroit(2005)5,132
Jiri Hudler C 26 1/4/1984 5-9 178 L Olomouc, CZE Detroit(2002)2,58
Justin Abdelkader L 8 2/25/1987 6-1 210 L Muskegon, USA Detroit(2005)2,42
Tomas Holmstrom L 96 1/23/1973 6-0 202 L Pitea, SWE Detroit(1994)10,257
Drew Miller L 20 2/17/1984 6-2 185 L Dover, USA Anaheim(2003)6,186
Jan Mursak L 39 1/20/1988 5-11 167 R Maribor, SVN Detroit(2006)6,182
Henrik Zetterberg L 40 10/9/1980 5-11 195 L Sundsvall, SWE Detroit(1999)7,210
Todd Bertuzzi R 44 2/2/1975 6-3 227 L Sudbury, CAN Ny Islanders(1993)1,23
Danny Cleary R 11 12/18/1978 6-0 210 L Carbonear, CAN Chicago(1997)1,13
Patrick Eaves R 17 5/1/1984 5-11 190 R Calgary, CAN Ottawa(2003)1,29

Defense:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Brendan Smith D 2 8/2/1989 6-1 199 L Toronto, CAN Detroit(2007)1,27
Jonathan Ericsson D 52 3/2/1984 6-5 201 L Karlskrona, SWE Detroit(2002)9,291
Jakub Kindl D 4 2/10/1987 6-3 199 L Sumperk, CZE Detroit(2005)1,19
Niklas Kronwall D 55 1/12/1981 6-0 189 L Stockholm, SWE Detroit(2000)1,29
Nicklas Lidstrom D 5 4/28/1970 6-1 193 L Vasteras, SWE Detroit(1989)3,53
Kyle Quincey D 27 8/12/1985 6-2 210 L Kitchener, CAN Detroit(2003)4,132
Brad Stuart D 23 11/6/1979 6-2 213 L Rocky Mountain House, CAN San Jose(1998)1,3
Ian White D 18 6/4/1984 5-10 191 R Winnepeg, CAN Toronto(2002)6,191

Goalies:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Joey MacDonald G 31 2/7/1980 6-0 197 L Pictou, CAN Undrafted
Jimmy Howard G 35 3/26/1984 6-0 218 L Syracuse, USA Detroit(2003)2,64

Starting Goaltender



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Despite taking Central Division crown from Red Wings, Blues realize they have a lot to prove
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ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Blues will raise the Central Division championship banner to the rafters at Scottrade Center next season.

But, in some ways, Blues coach Ken Hitchcock still is looking up at the Detroit Red Wings.

“We're certainly thinking that they're top dog,'' Hitchcock said. “We've proved one thing, that we can win the Central Division, but getting far in the playoffs and beating teams like that, that's the next telling tale.''

The Blues haven't won a playoff series since 2002, haven't won a postseason game since 2004 and failed to make the playoffs in five of the past six seasons before this year's big leap.

“I think right now both teams (St. Louis and Nashville) want a piece of what Chicago and Detroit have had for years,'' Hitchcock said. “We'd like to get in the mix with those guys. Until we beat them in a playoff series, I think both us and Nashville are still on the sidelines compared to those two teams.

“We feel like we're much stronger and deeper, and I think (Nashville) feels like they're strong and deeper, but neither one of us have had a piece of their pie yet."

The Red Wings were a “high-end'' team, coach Mike Babcock said, the last time they played the Blues, on Jan. 23. Four weeks later, the Red Wings led the Blues by five points in the Central Division.

Then Pavel Datsyuk had arthroscopic knee surgery, injuries began to mount, the Blues raced past the Red Wings, and as Babcock put it, “I don't know if we've been high-end since ... we've played lots of good games for what we had, but never been high-end like we were.''

St. Louis secured the Central title by going 12-4-3 in its past 19 games, during which time Detroit is 6-10-3.

The Red Wings' high-end status can only be regained with playoff success. But they would gain some satisfaction, as well as two huge points in their effort to secure the fourth playoff seed in the Western Conference, by beating the Blues on Wednesday.

The Red Wings have won the past three games between the teams, all in Detroit. The Blues won the first two meetings, at home.

The Red Wings, with 99 points, can reach the 100-point mark for the 12th consecutive season, extending their own NHL record.

St. Louis has allowed the fewest goals in the NHL (1.86 per game) and its goaltenders, Brian Elliott and Jaroslav Halak, have combined for 15 shutouts.

“We have to be patient,'' Red Wings defenseman Brad Stuart said. “We know they're going to be playing a strong defensive game, and if we're trying to constantly force things in the middle, plays that aren't there, they're going to counter and get their opportunities. We have to try to work them in their own zone and make them play in their own zone.''

The Blues don't score a lot (they were tied for 19th at 2.53 goals per game) and don't have any big stars. Their leading scorer, David Backes, was tied for 68th in the league with 54 points before Tuesday's games.

“They do it by committee, it's no one player carrying the load,'' Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard said. “Everyone chips in, so they're an extremely hard-working team, disciplined within their system. They roll four lines and all four lines have speed.''

Said Detroit's Henrik Zetterberg: “When you watch them play, they do all the little things right, keep it real simple. It's definitely a tough team to play against.''

The Blues said the same of the Red Wings.

“It doesn't matter if they've been struggling, they're a force every night when you have guys like they do,'' David Perron said.

The Blues sometimes lose their poise in physical games. They said they can learn from the Red Wings.

“There are nights when they seem to be on the worse end of the physical play and they don't really let it get to them,'' forward Andy MacDonald said. “You see them winning a lot of hockey games late in the third period.

“If we want to be a successful team, not only this year but in years to come, we have to learn to play like that."


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Nyquist with the hatty tonight

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Wings win in overtime. 3-2

Goals from Hudler Nyquist and Zetterberg with the overtime buzzer beater.

Backes and Stewart score for St. Louis, but only because Stewart bull rushes howard and no goalie interference is called.

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I think we're the better team and we'll show it tonight.

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NBC game? so a guaranteed loss with the three monkeys on the microphone? uhm...i think going to bed early is the more attractive option.

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The key will be getting an early lead. Got to make STL play YOUR game/style.

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Playing the Blues in St. Louis. Well.

Lets go Red Wings.

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The Red Wings were a “high-end'' team, coach Mike Babcock said, the last time they played the Blues, on Jan. 23. Four weeks later, the Red Wings led the Blues by five points in the Central Division.

Then Pavel Datsyuk had arthroscopic knee surgery, injuries began to mount, the Blues raced past the Red Wings, and as Babcock put it, “I don't know if we've been high-end since ... we've played lots of good games for what we had, but never been high-end like we were.''

St. Louis secured the Central title by going 12-4-3 in its past 19 games, during which time Detroit is 6-10-3.

Going back to where the Wings were, and how many home games they had left on the schedule, and how good they were at home, it's really a little hard to believe, even with injuries, that the Blues took the central

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Wings will win. Requested off work so i could watch this one.

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What a boost a win here would be. Go hard, please.

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The Canucks have blown past the Blues like they're literally standing still...7 straight for Vancouver...and the if the Blues want first place, they need at least a point tonight. The Blues have two more ROW and they've got a game in hand so it's not like this is a meaningless game for them.

Key OT win for Nashville last night...added another ROW ahead of the Wings but just a one point edge with a game in hand. A straight up win would be great but at this point, any win is key...the Preds still have a point to make up if they trade wins to end the season. The ROW only matter if they tie in points...win all 3 games to finish the season and 4th is all theirs.

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Seeing as it's on NBC I'll be watching it at the local sports bar so I don't have to hear those ****ers call the game.

Go Wings!

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More Pressure on Detroit tonight...

Time to get back into 4th.

Go Wings Go. Get R Done on the Road.

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Hope they come out of this injury free, would be nice to send St. Louis a message on the way into the playoffs. There are few teams historically that Datsyuk plays better against than the Blues. Him and Z seem to love that music note, hoping for a big victory to stay in front of Nashville.

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Another game I have to watch on a crappy stream. Yay.

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I really can't see the wings winning this one.

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The Canucks have blown past the Blues like they're literally standing still...7 straight for Vancouver...and the if the Blues want first place, they need at least a point tonight. The Blues have two more ROW and they've got a game in hand so it's not like this is a meaningless game for them.

Key OT win for Nashville last night...added another ROW ahead of the Wings but just a one point edge with a game in hand. A straight up win would be great but at this point, any win is key...the Preds still have a point to make up if they trade wins to end the season. The ROW only matter if they tie in points...win all 3 games to finish the season and 4th is all theirs.
Didn't nashville win in a shootout?

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Assuming an auto loss. Every single road game was supposed to be the game to turn their road woes around. I dont expect them to solve that problem during the last road game of the season against a team with a home record just as good as the Wings.

4-1 Blues

Maybe they can "flip the switch" for one game before the playoffs start..........

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I really can't see the wings winning this one.
Heres an idea, try not being so pessimistic all of the time.

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Heres an idea, try not being so pessimistic all of the time.
Pessimistic isn't the same as realistic.

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Pessimistic isn't the same as realistic.
Apparently, if you don't think the Wings will go 82-0 and win the Stanley Cup after 4 straight series sweeps, you're a downer.

And apparently, being in a bad rut playing a very solid team(higher than us in the standings!), at their house, where they have been dominant, with us on the road, where we have sucked, and not assuming a victory = being a pessimist.

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Didn't nashville win in a shootout?


Was it a shootout? Thought it was OT...well still, they're two ROW ahead of the Wings.

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Can't ****ing wait for this. JUST WIN.

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Hope they come out of this injury free, would be nice to send St. Louis a message on the way into the playoffs. There are few teams historically that Datsyuk plays better against than the Blues. Him and Z seem to love that music note, hoping for a big victory to stay in front of Nashville.
Me too.
What we have to watch here is if howard is near 100%.
A win would be a bonus

Go wings.

Another snooser though.

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I'd rather them play safe and lose than play hard and get someone injured.

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