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Game 10 | Detroit Red Wings @ Vancouver Canucks | 10:00 PM EST | FS-D |

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Game Information

10:00 PM EST
General Motors Place, Vancoucer (BC)


TV/Radio:
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Referees: BIll McCreary (#7) and David Banfield (#44)
Linesmen: Brad Lazarowich (#86) and Shane Heyer (#55)

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Team Comparison:
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9 Games Played 11
3 Wins 6
4 Losses 5
2 OT Losses 0
8 Points 12
0.444 P% 0.545
2.78 G/G 2.73
3.33 GA/G 2.54
22.1 PP% 27.4
77.1 PK% 80.8
32.3 S/G 33.9
29.0 SA/G 26.5
50.2 FO% 51.3



Edmonton Oilers @ Vancouver Canucks 0 - 2
Recap | Boxscore | Video | Photos

Vancouver CanucksTeam Statistics:
Goals Scored Assist Points
Mikael Samuelsson (5) Henrik Sedin (8) Henrik Sedin (12)
Plus/Minus Goals Against Average Goalie Save Percentage
Henrik Sedin (+4) Roberto Luongo (2.57) Roberto Luongo (.905)
Wins Shut out wins Penalty Minutes
Roberto Luongo (6) Roberto Luongo (1) Kevin Bieksa (17)

Game Day Stories:
  Former Red Wing Mikael Samuelsson leads Canucks in goals
  Wings motor into Vancouver
  Fun times for fallen star Todd Bertuzzi
  One-on-one with Aaron Rome
Video Canucks assistant coach Darryl Williams gives you a dressing room tour

Team Injuries:
____Position________Player________Injury________Status____
LW Pavol Demitra Shoulder surgery Out
RW Jannik Hansen Broken right hand Out
LW Daniel Sedin Broken foot Out
D Sami Salo Sprained right MCL Out
RW Rick Rypien Groin Questionable
C Kyle Wellwood Foot Questionable

Projected Lineup:
_________Left Wing__________________Center__________________Right Wing_________
Sergei Shirokov Henrik Henrik Mikeal Samuelsson
Mason Raymond Ryan Kesler Micheal Grabner
Alex Burrows Alexandre Bolduc Steve Bernier
Tanner Glass Ryan Johnson Darcy Hordichuk

_________Left Defenseman__________________Right Defenseman_________
Willie Mitchell Alexander Edler
Christian Ehrhoff Mathieu Schneider
Shane O'Brien Kevin Bieksa

_________Goaltender_________
Roberto Luongo

In the spotlight:
Right Wing Defenseman (R) Center

Roster:
Forwards:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Alexandre Bolduc C 49 6/26/1985 6-2 205 L Montreal, CAN Undrafted
Ryan Johnson C 10 6/14/1976 6-1 211 L Thunder Bay, CAN Florida(1994)2,36
Ryan Kesler C 17 8/31/1984 6-2 195 R Detroit, USA Vancouver(2003)1,23
Rick Rypien C 37 5/16/1984 5-11 170 R Coleman, CAN Undrafted
Henrik Sedin C 33 9/26/1980 6-2 192 L Ornskoldsvik, SWE Vancouver(1999)1,3
Kyle Wellwood C 42 5/16/1983 5-10 180 R Windsor, CAN Toronto(2001)5,134
Alex Burrows L 14 4/11/1981 6-0 189 L Pointe-Claire, CAN Undrafted
Tanner Glass L 15 11/29/1983 6-0 196 L Regina, CAN Florida(2003)9,265
Darcy Hordichuk L 24 8/10/1980 6-1 215 L Kamsack, CAN Atlanta(2000)6,180
Mason Raymond L 21 9/17/1985 6-0 183 L Calgary, CAN Vancouver(2005)2,51
Daniel Sedin L 22 9/26/1980 6-2 190 L Ornskoldsvik, SWE Vancouver(1999)1,2
Steve Bernier R 18 3/31/1985 6-2 230 R Quebec City, CAN San Jose(2003)1,16
Guillaume Desbiens R 20 4/20/1985 6-2 190 L Alma, CAN Atlanta(2003)4,116
Michael Grabner R 40 10/5/1987 6-0 170 L Villach, AUT Vancouver(2006)1,14
Mikael Samuelsson R 26 12/23/1976 6-2 213 R Mariefred, SWE San Jose(1998)5,145
Sergei Shirokov R 25 3/10/1986 5-10 176 R Moscow, RUS Vancouver(2006)6,163

Defense:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Kevin Bieksa D 3 6/16/1981 6-1 180 R Grimsby, CAN Vancouver(2001)5,151
Alexander Edler D 23 4/21/1986 6-3 194 L Stockholm, SWE Vancouver(2004)3,91
Christian Ehrhoff D 5 7/6/1982 6-2 195 L Moers, GER San Jose(2001)4,106
Willie Mitchell D 8 4/23/1977 6-3 205 L Port Mcneill, CAN New Jersey(1996)8,199
Shane O'Brien D 55 8/9/1983 6-2 224 L Port Hope, CAN Anaheim(2003)8,250
Aaron Rome D 29 9/27/1983 6-1 223 L Brandon, CAN Los Angeles(2002)4,104
Sami Salo D 6 9/2/1974 6-3 215 R Turku, FIN Ottawa(1996)9,239
Mathieu Schneider D 27 6/12/1969 5-11 195 L New York, USA Montreal(1987)3,44

Goalies:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Roberto Luongo G 1 4/4/1979 6-3 207 L Montreal, CAN Ny Islanders(1997)1,4 *
Andrew Raycroft G 30 5/4/1980 6-0 185 L Belleville, CAN Boston(1998)5,135

* Starting Goaltender



Detroit Red Wings @ Colorado Avalanche 1 - 3
Recap | Boxscore | Video | Photos

Detroit Red WingsTeam Statistics:
Goals Scored Assist Points
Tomas Holmstrom (5) Henrik Zetterberg (8) Henrik Zetterberg (9)
Plus/Minus Goals Against Average Goalie Save Percentage
Kirk Maltby (+3) Chris Osgood (3.16) Chris Osgood (.890)
Wins Shut out wins Penalty Minutes
Chris Osgood (3) -- Kirk Maltby (16)

Game Day Stories:
Video 2009-2010 Red Wings Opening Video
  Babcock avoiding the O-word
  Bertuzzi's goal: Contribute with scoring and on defense
  Patrick Eaves earns a chance to prove his potential
  Red Wings' invincibility is gone, but there's no panic or uncertainty within the team
  Urgency to score -- and win -- is growing as Red Wings sink in standings
Video Members of Canada's Olympic Sledge Hockey Team participated at a recent Red Wings practice

Team Injuries:
____Position________Player____ Injury____Status____
D Andreas Lilja Post-concussion symptoms Out
LW Johan Franzen ACL Out

Projected Lineup:
_________Left Wing__________________Center__________________Right Wing_________
Pavel Datsyuk Henrik Zetterberg Tomas Holmstrom
Daniel Cleary Valtteri Filppula Todd Bertuzzi
Ville Leino Kris Draper Jason Williams
Brad May Justin Abdelkader Kirk Maltby

_________Left Defenseman__________________Right Defenseman_________
Nicklas Lidström Niklas Kronwall
Brad Stuart Brain Rafalski
Jonathan Ericsson Brett Lebda

_________Goaltender_________
Chris Osgood

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

Roster:
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
Kris Draper C 33 5/24/1971 5-10 192 L Toronto, CAN Winnipeg(1989)3,62
Valtteri Filppula C 51 3/20/1984 5-11 174 L Vantaa, FIN Detroit(2002)3,95
Darren Helm C 43 1/21/1987 5-11 172 L Winnipeg, CAN Detroit(2005)5,132
Jason Williams C 29 8/11/1980 5-11 194 R London, CAN Undrafted
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
Ville Leino L 21 10/6/1983 6-0 182 L Savonlinna, FIN Undrafted
Kirk Maltby L 18 12/22/1972 6-0 200 R Guelph, CAN Edmonton(1992)3,65
Brad May L 20 11/29/1971 6-1 213 L Toronto, CAN Buffalo(1990)1,14
Henrik Zetterberg L 40 10/9/1980 5-11 195 L Sundsvall, SWE Detroit(1999)7,210
Todd Bertuzzi R 7 2/2/1975 6-3 227 L Sudbury, CAN Ny Islanders(1993)1,23
Daniel Cleary R 11 12/18/1978 6-0 210 L Carbonear, CAN Chicago(1997)1,13
Patrick Eaves R 44 5/1/1984 5-11 190 R Calgary, CAN Ottawa(2003)1,29

Defense:
NAME POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Jonathan Ericsson D 52 3/2/1984 6-5 201 L Karlskrona, SWE Detroit(2002)9,291
Niklas Kronwall D 55 1/12/1981 6-0 189 L Stockholm, SWE Detroit(2000)1,29
Brett Lebda D 22 1/15/1982 5-9 194 L Buffalo Grove, USA Undrafted
Nicklas Lidstrom D 5 4/28/1970 6-1 193 L Vasteras, SWE Detroit(1989)3,53
Derek Meech D 14 4/21/1984 5-11 182 L Winnipeg, CAN Detroit(2002)7,229
Brian Rafalski D 28 9/28/1973 5-10 195 R Dearborn, USA Undrafted
Brad Stuart D 23 11/6/1979 6-2 213 L Rocky Mountain House, CAN San Jose(1998)1,3

Goalies:
NAME POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
James Howard G 35 3/26/1984 6-0 218 L Syracuse, USA Detroit(2003)2,64
Chris Osgood G 30 11/26/1972 5-10 176 L Peace River, CAN Detroit(1991)3,54 *

* Starting Goaltender


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Northwest Division:

Western Conference:


Overview
Extra Information Valtteri Filppula may be the Red Wings' best-kept secret, simply because he has been overshadowed by fellow centers Pavel Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg for the past three seasons.

Now with the Wings averaging an NHL-middling 2.78 goals per game, it appears Filppula will get the chance to showcase his offensive skills, as he may take over playing between big wingers Dan Cleary and Todd Bertuzzi. That's the line coach Mike Babcock had together in practice Monday.

While Babcock said he'd sleep on it before making the decision for tonight's game against the Canucks, it's a logical move considering the Wings have scored just five goals in regulation the past three games and have yet to win on the road.

Filppula, with two goals among four points, spent most of the first nine games between Ville Leino and Jason Williams. Cleary and Bertuzzi, each with one goal, have gone from Henrik Zetterberg in the middle to Kris Draper, but they have been with Filppula on power plays.
"Fil has been skating the best I've ever seen him skate, and he's a creative player and he likes to move the puck," Cleary said. "One thing with him is, you've got to be ready to shoot because he loves to move it."

Filppula is one of the team's best passers, and while Leino and Williams both love to shoot, Cleary and Bertuzzi are shooters and net-crashers.
"Hopefully all three of us can get some rebounds and put the puck in," Filppula said. "I always try to think defense first and play really well defensively and then hope to create some offense. I'm definitely not feeling like a goal scorer, but hopefully that changes, too, and I'll get a couple more goals."

Zetterberg, who sits next to Filppula in the locker room at Joe Louis Arena, sees great things ahead for his protégé.
"In this group we all know he's a very skilled guy and he's a hard worker, and I think the last few years, I think he's deserved more ice time than he got," Zetterberg said. "This year, he will get his minutes."


Fun Stuff
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Valtteri Filppula of the Detroit Red Wings scores a diving third period goal past Pittsburgh goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury during Game 2 of the 2008 Stanley Cup Final.

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we gonna get smoked. Samuelsson scores 1+2

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The one stat that makes me nervous...Canucks are 5-1 at home, the Wings remain winless in road and neutral site games.

The Canucks have won three straight but they're more banged up than the Wings and you have to think the Wings are due to win at least one of these next few as they get through this first big road trip of the season.

I thought Bertuzzi looked great on Saturday but couldn't finish...I see him potting a couple tonight against his old mates. Wings win 4-2

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I have a hunch that it'll be a high scoring game.

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No Brad Watson tonight. Yahoo

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The Revenge of Sammy (and Schneider) may be upon us!


Man, if our guys can't score on some of the other luminaries in the league, not sure about tonight.

Also not sure how late I'll be able to stay up. These West Coast games kill me.

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Not often I get to go see my two favourite teams play LIVE.

I have to cheer for the canucks tonight though.

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The one stat that makes me nervous...Canucks are 5-1 at home, the Wings remain winless in road and neutral site games.

The Canucks have won three straight but they're more banged up than the Wings and you have to think the Wings are due to win at least one of these next few as they get through this first big road trip of the season.

I thought Bertuzzi looked great on Saturday but couldn't finish...I see him potting a couple tonight against his old mates. Wings win 4-2
Usually that's disaster for the Canucks. Slumping teams seem to bust the slump against the Canucks. On the other hand, Luongo is playing good now. I think it'll be close, like a 3-2 type game with an empty netter probably.

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I'm calling goals from Leino, Bertuzzi, and Datsyuk.

Also, Babcock must've read my mind the other day, because he had Filppula centering Bertuzzi in practice. With the way Bertuzzi has been drawing guys to him like flys, and with the way Filppula needs as much time as possible to make things happen, I think we're gonna see some production.

Also, Osgoods been pretty inconsistent, and I think hes due for a solid all-around game. No soft goals from the goaltending tonight.

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The Revenge of Sammy (and Schneider) may be upon us!


Man, if our guys can't score on some of the other luminaries in the league, not sure about tonight.

Also not sure how late I'll be able to stay up. These West Coast games kill me.
And the Revenge of Bert and Brad are upon them..

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There was an awesome article in The Province today (Vancouver newspaper) about Samuelsson and what his former team though of him.

http://www.theprovince.com/sports/ho...640/story.html

Couple of funny quotes...

Zetterberg thinks he's a great guy,

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"We won that game, so I'm one up," Zetterberg said on Monday. "It's great to see him playing well. He's a great guy and we miss him a lot, wish him all the best."
Lidstrom isn't surprised Sammy is doing good,

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"I can't say I'm surprised by the start he's had after what I saw playing with him for four years," Detroit captain Nicklas Lidstrom said. "He's got a quick wrist shot and he sees the ice and is good at getting the shots through."
Babcock <3s sammy, longs for him to be a Red Wing again,

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Datsyuk seems bitter about something,

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Pavel Datsyuk, with zero, is five goals behind the Canuck and had this to say: "I see he's playing well, but now he's no friend of mine."

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And the Revenge of Bert and Brad are upon them..

We can hope.

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Too bad Rypien isn't playing. Would have been nice to see Rypien vs May.

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There was an awesome article in The Province today (Vancouver newspaper) about Samuelsson and what his former team though of him.

http://www.theprovince.com/sports/ho...640/story.html

Couple of funny quotes...

Zetterberg thinks he's a great guy,



Lidstrom isn't surprised Sammy is doing good,



Babcock <3s sammy, longs for him to be a Red Wing again,



Datsyuk seems bitter about something,

Datsyuk has the right attitude.

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I think Datsyuk is just frustrated.

So am I, he's screwing my chances at winning in my fantasy league

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I think Datsyuk is just frustrated.
nah, that's the very dry datsukian humor.

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I think this is the first time in like forever that Vancouver is ahead of Detroit in the standings and is favored to win.

It's like Bizarro NHL right now.

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Too bad Rypien isn't playing. Would have been nice to see Rypien vs May.
Maybe May will convince Hordichuk or Burrows to drop 'em.

also, datsyuk is hilarious.

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Burrows hasn't faught in like ages... And last time he did was pretty pathetic.

Hordichuck might but he rarely wins his fights.

Rypien is our only decent fighter. And he's probably top 3 in the league.

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wings are going to win this

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Off topic, but did anyone see the Caps goal that was waived off in the Caps-Philly game tonight? Caps get the puck on net, Ovechkin pushes Emery across the line with the puck, and the result? No goal. Not surprisingly, it was almost identical to the play that the Yotes scored their GTG on last week.

And it was "almost" identical because Ovechkin's push wasn't nearly as blatant as the Yotes was.

Oh well.

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I'm feeling pretty optimistic myself. I'm going to go with 4 goals from the Wings tonight.

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I'm feeling pretty optimistic myself. I'm going to go with 4 goals from the Wings tonight.
As long that the Canucks don't score 5.

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Off topic, but did anyone see the Caps goal that was waived off in the Caps-Philly game tonight? Caps get the puck on net, Ovechkin pushes Emery across the line with the puck, and the result? No goal. Not surprisingly, it was almost identical to the play that the Yotes scored their GTG on last week.

And it was "almost" identical because Ovechkin's push wasn't nearly as blatant as the Yotes was.

Oh well.
First thing I thought of. Actually, all the refs seem to be pretty inconsistent on what they call on plays like that. Very annoying.

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The Revenge of Sammy (and Schneider) may be upon us!


Man, if our guys can't score on some of the other luminaries in the league, not sure about tonight.

Also not sure how late I'll be able to stay up. These West Coast games kill me.
Tell me about it. Living in South America, the time changes (same with the rest of the world but, it changed recently so ya). so instead of watching tonights game at 10PM I have to wait and watch it at 11. The game finishes around what? 1:30? Then I have to wake up at 7 and go to school, its a pain and I'm not looking forward to thursday where the 'Nucks plat LA at 11:30 my time.

Anyways, best of luck guys, may the best team win.

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Tell me about it. Living in South America, the time changes (same with the rest of the world but, it changed recently so ya). so instead of watching tonights game at 10PM I have to wait and watch it at 11. The game finishes around what? 1:30? Then I have to wake up at 7 and go to school, its a pain and I'm not looking forward to thursday where the 'Nucks plat LA at 11:30 my time.

Anyways, best of luck guys, may the best team win.
Are you an ex-pat, there for school, or what? I'm guessing not a native, judging by the lack of military time, but maybe I'm wrong.

Are you in Santiago? I lived in Buenos Aires for work during the 2007-2008 season, came home just in time for the playoffs, thankfully. The timing was a mess to catch internet feeds. It was even more confusing with Daylight Savings Time, where it went from being 1 hours difference to 3 hours difference from Eastern Time. I know what you're going through. But then again, I didn't start work til 9 while I was down there, and a lot of it was telecommuting with the US.

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