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02-10-2013, 07:28 AM
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Game 12 | Los Angeles Kings @ Detroit Red Wings | 12:30 PM EST | NBC/TSN

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Game Information


TV/Radio:
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Referees: Kelly Sutherland (#11) and Brad Meier (#34)
Linesmen: Brad Kovachik (#71) and Don Henderson (#91)

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Team Comparison:
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9 GP 11
3 Wins 6
4 Losses 4
2 OTL 1
8 Points 13
0.444 P% 0.591
2.11 G/G 2.64
3.00 GA/G 2.73
11.6 PP% 14.0
80.0 PK% 72.2
14.8 PIM/G 15.8
29.0 S/G 30.0
24.6 SA/G 28.0
48.0 FO% 54.6


Previous game: Los Angeles Kings @ Nashville Predators 0 - 3
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Los Angeles Kings
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Center Center Defenseman (R)

Team Statistics:
Goals Scored Assist Points
Jeff Carter (4) Simon Gagne (5) Dustin Brown (5)
Plus/Minus Goals Against Average Goalie Save Percentage
Jake Muzzin (+3) Jonathan Quick (2.67) Jonathan Quick (.889)
Wins Shut out wins Penalty Minutes
Jonathan Quick (3) -- (-) Mike Richards (30)

Team Injuries:
Position Player Injury Status
D Willie Mitchell Knee Out
D Matt Greene Back Out

Projected Lineup:
Left Wing Center Right Wing
Simon Gagne Anze Kopitar Dustin Brown
Kyle Clifford Jeff Carter Justin Williams
Dwight King Mike Richards Jordan Nolan
Brad Richardson Jarret Stoll Trevor Lewis

Left Defenseman Right Defenseman
Keaton Ellerby Drew Doughty
Rob Scuderi Slava Voynov
Alec Martinez Davis Drewiske

Starting Goaltender


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Previous game: Edmonton Oilers @ Detroit Red Wings 1 - 2
Recap | Boxscore | Video | Photos

Detroit Red Wings
In the spotlight:
Center Left Wing Defenseman

Team Statistics:
Goals Scored Assist Points
Henrik Zetterberg (5) Henrik Zetterberg (11) Henrik Zetterberg (16)
Plus/Minus Goals Against Average Goalie Save Percentage
Kyle Quincey (+6) Jimmy Howard (2.86) Jimmy Howard (.897)
Wins Shut out wins Penalty Minutes
Jimmy Howard (5) -- (-) Johan Franzen (31)

Team Injuries:
Position Player Injury Status
C Darren Helm Back Out
RW Mikael Samuelsson Fractured Jaw Out
RW Jan Mursak Collarbone Out
D Carlo Colaiacovo Shoulder Out
D Brendan Smith Shoulder Out
G Jonas Gustavsson Groin Out
G Joey MacDonald Back Out

Projected Lineup:
Left Wing Center Right Wing
Johan Franzen Henrik Zetterberg Damien Brunner
Valtteri Filppula Pavel Datsyuk Daniel Cleary
Justin Abdelkader Joakim Andersson Tomas Tatar
Drew Miller Cory Emmerton Jordin Tootoo

Left Defenseman Right Defenseman
Niklas Kronwall Brian Lashoff
Kyle Quincey Jonathan Ericsson
Jakub Kindl Ian White

Starting Goaltender


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Helene St. James: Helene St. James: Red Wings' injuries provide opportunities for good stories
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Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard watched Petr Mrazek as he talked to journalists, and laughed.

"He hasn't stopped holding court since yesterday," Howard said. "Look at him."

Look at Mrazek, look at Brian Lashoff, look at Tomas Tatar. And look at Damien Brunner, too.

The Wings hit the quarter point of the lockout-shortened season this afternoon when they host the defending Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings. Saturday's 2-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers improved the Wings to 6-4-1, keeping them in the middle of the nascent playoff picture in the Western Conference.

The Wings have accomplished this even as they've gone through so many injuries. From losing forward Jan Mursak during opening night in St. Louis to losing defenseman Jonathan Ericsson during practice the next day to losing defenseman Carlo Colaiacovo in Game 2, and defenseman Ian White in Game 3, players have dropped like dominoes. It got so bad the Wings had to sign a fresh body three days after the season began.

All the injuries -- and they include top-four defenseman Brendan Smith, third-line center Darren Helm, second-line winger Mikael Samuelsson, backup goaltender Jonas Gustavsson and most recently, top-six forward Todd Bertuzzi -- have created opportunities, opportunities that have become good stories.

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02-10-2013, 07:48 AM
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Is starting goalie confirmed? i've got kind of hopes Mrazek can get another experience.

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Is starting goalie confirmed? i've got kind of hopes Mrazek can get another experience.
Yes, was confirmed right after the game yesterday.

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02-10-2013, 08:25 AM
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Excellent work Shoalzie.

Cleary did not look too bad with Fil and Datsyuk yesterday. I agree it seems he's being rewarded for basically being awful all year, but hopefully he can contribute again today.

The kids are impressing, this would be a very nice weekend for us to come away with two wins.

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02-10-2013, 08:41 AM
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Gutted that Mrazek doesn't get his chance he so deserved.

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Gutted that Mrazek doesn't get his chance he so deserved.
Drama Queen....

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Why not play Mrazek and give Howard break on back-to-back game?

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They don't play again until Wednesday so Howard will get his rest after today. I think you stick with the lineup from yesterday because this is a classic letdown spot. Second game in a less than 24 hours against the struggling (and banged up on defense) defending champs on your own ice. You don't want to be the team that let the Kings up from the canvas...keep 'em down and move on. I think they can learn from the Calgary game.

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Wings need to take care of business at home. I dont care if it's on the wrong end of a B2B.

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Must win.

3-2 Wings.

Would be nice if Jimmy can actually steal a game for us for once.


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They don't play again until Wednesday so Howard will get his rest after today. I think you stick with the lineup from yesterday because this is a classic letdown spot. Second game in a less than 24 hours against the struggling (and banged up on defense) defending champs on your own ice. You don't want to be the team that let the Kings up from the canvas...keep 'em down and move on. I think they can learn from the Calgary game.
Agree. Time to show they can bring it consistently. Played a rather lackluster St Louis and yesterday was a good game. Want to see another good one today.

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Wish Mrazek was in, its one of those few games that actually start at decent time for us in Europe, would love to see him live... sigh

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Missed the game yesterday Pumped to see this one. Kings are a good test for our forwards, I think. Struggling though they may be, scoring on them is never the easiest thing to do.

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Would have like to see Mrazek in but Howie is always pretty solid. But for that one softie every couple games but what goalie doesn't.

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I hope Babs has the hook ready if Jimmah and the team look like they aren't ready to go at puck drop. With it being an early game plus back to back this game might require Babcock make some quick adjustments on the fly.

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Here we go, expecting at least one point, hoping for two.

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We're "Clearly" going to win this game.

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I'd have liked to see Mrazek too but have no issue with Howard starting.

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Didn't realize that when Mikael Samuelsson strained his groin, he fractured his jaw

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Well, the last two times I remember watching the Wings play the Kings, the first they pretty much handled them, did their thing, believe Wings won. The second one was probs around last March and the Kings took it to the Wings and it generally about when they went on that massive run all the way to the Cup.

Here's to hoping we face that first team again. Their scoring is spread out right now, but they shouldn't be taken lightly. Glad Howard's in goal, as much as it could be cool to see Mrazek, I prefer this sorta' game to go to Howard for so many more reasons than just wanting to see Mrazek get another in there.

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And Doc on booth. Awesome.

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Cleary with the hatty, book it.

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Looking pretty shaky so far. Has the puck even been in the opposing zone once?

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