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WCQF | Game 3 | Phoenix Coyotes @ Detroit Red Wings | 3:00 PM EST | TSN - NBC |

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2009-10 Detroit Red Wings
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Game & Series Information

Joe Louis Arena, Detroit (Michigan)

TV/Radio:
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Referees: Bill McCreary (#7) and Ian Walsh (#29)
Linesmen: David Brisebois (#96) and Jay Sharrers (#57)

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Round 1 Playoff Schedule
Home Date _Game#_ _Time_ TV (HD) _Winner_
Coyotes Wen, April 14 Game 1 10 PM TSN, VERSUS, FSD
Coyotes Fri, Apr. 16 Game 2 10 PM TSN, VERSUS, FSD
Red Wings Sun, Apr. 18 Game 3 3 PM NBC, TSN  
Red Wings Tue, April 20 Game 4 6.30 PM TSN, FSD  
Coyotes Fri, April 23 Game 5 10 PM TSN, VERSUS, FSD 
Red Wings* Sun, April 25 Game 6 2 PM NBC, TSN 
Coyotes* Thu, Apr. 27 Game 7 TBD TSN, FSD 
* if necessary; all Eastern times

Series information
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Team Comparison:
@
1 Games Played 1
1 Wins 1
1 Losses 1
0.500 P% 0.500
3.50 G/G 4.50
4.50 GA/G 3.50
37.5 PP% 33.3
66.7 PK% 62.5
33.0 S/G 39.5
39.5 SA/G 33.0
50.0 FO% 50.0


Detroit Red Wings (5) 1 vs. Phoenix Coyotes (4) 1

Series RecapGame 1:
Detroit Red Wings @ Phoenix Coyotes 2 - 3

Recap | Boxscore | Video | Photo Gallery
Mike Babcock Post-Game Press Conference | Dave Tippett Post-Game Press Conference

Game 2:
Detroit Red Wings @ Phoenix Coyotes 7 - 4

Recap | Boxscore | Video | Photo Gallery
Mike Babcock Post-Game Press Conference | Dave Tippett Post-Game Press Conference



Phoenix Coyotes

Phoenix CoyotesTeam Statistics:
Goals Scored Assist Points
Wojtek Wolski (2) Derek Morris (3) Derek Morris (4)
Plus/Minus Goals Against Average Goalie Save Percentage
Keith Yandle (+2) Ilya Bryzgalov (4.01) Ilya Bryzgalov (.897)
Wins Shut out wins Penalty Minutes
Ilya Bryzgalov (1) -- Adrian Aucoin (4)

Game Day Stories:
  The other side: Coyotes ready for tough road test
Video Dave Strader and Tyson Nash preview Game 3 between Phoenix and Detroit
  Mike Emrick: Coyotes a 'great story'
  Coyotes want to ruin Red Wings' day
  Bryzgalov not looking back at defeat

Team Injuries:
____Position________Player________Injury________Status____
D Kurt Sauer Head Out
LW/RW Scottie Upshall Right knee surgery Out
LW/C Vernon Fiddler Upper body Out

Projected Lineup:
_________Left Wing__________________Center__________________Right Wing_________
Wojtek Wolski Matthew Lombardi Shane Doan (C)
Taylor Pyatt Robert Lang Lee Stempniak
Petr Prucha Martin Hanzal Radim Vrbata
Lauri Korpikoski Petteri Nokelainen Daniel Winnik

_________Left Defenseman__________________Right Defenseman_________
Zbynek Michalek (A) Ed Jovanovski (A)
Keith Yandle Derek Morris
James Vandermeer Adrian Aucoin

_________Goaltender_________
Ilya Bryzgalov

In the spotlight:
Left Wing Center Defenseman (R)

Roster:
Forwards:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Martin Hanzal C 11 2/20/1987 6-4 198 L Pisek, CZE Phoenix(2005)1,17
Robert Lang C 20 12/19/1970 6-2 217 R Litvinov, CZE Los Angeles(1990)7,133
Matthew Lombardi C 15 3/18/1982 6-0 188 L Montreal, CAN Calgary(2002)3,90
Petteri Nokelainen C 71 1/16/1986 6-1 195 R Imatra, FIN Ny Islanders(2004)1,16
Joel Perrault C 26 4/6/1983 6-2 202 R Montreal, CAN Anaheim(2001)5,137
Daniel Winnik C 34 3/6/1985 6-2 210 R Toronto, CAN Phoenix(2004)9,265
Kevin Porter C 23 3/12/1986 5-11 194 L Detroit, USA Phoenix(2004)4,119
Daniel Winnik C 34 3/6/1985 6-2 210 R Toronto, CAN Phoenix(2004)9,265
Paul Bissonnette L 12 3/11/1985 6-2 211 L Welland, CAN Pittsburgh(2003)4,121
Mikkel Boedker L 89 12/16/1989 5-11 195 L Brondby, DNK Phoenix(2008)1,8
Vernon Fiddler L 38 5/9/1980 5-11 200 L Edmonton, CAN Undrafted
Lauri Korpikoski L 29 7/28/1986 6-1 195 L Turku, FIN Ny Rangers(2004)1,19
Alexandre Picard L 21 10/9/1985 6-2 208 L Les Saules, CAN Columbus(2004)1,8
Taylor Pyatt L 14 8/19/1981 6-4 227 L Thunder Bay, CAN Ny Islanders(1999)1,8
Wojtek Wolski L 86 2/24/1986 6-3 210 L Zabrze, POL Colorado(2004)1,21
Shane Doan R 19 10/10/1976 6-2 216 R Halkirk, CAN Winnipeg(1995)1,7
Jeff Hoggan R 28 2/1/1978 6-1 190 L Hope, CAN Undrafted
Petr Prucha R 16 9/14/1982 5-10 161 R Chrudim, CZE Ny Rangers(2002)8,240
Lee Stempniak R 22 2/4/1983 5-10 190 R Buffalo, USA St. Louis(2003)5,148
Viktor Tikhonov R 41 5/12/1988 6-2 187 R Riga, LVA Phoenix(2008)1,28
Scottie Upshall R 8 10/7/1983 6-0 197 L Fort Mcmurray, CAN Nashville(2002)1,6
Radim Vrbata R 17 6/13/1981 6-1 190 R Mlada Boleslav, CZE Colorado(1999)7,212

Defense:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Adrian Aucoin D 33 7/3/1973 6-2 212 R Ottawa, CAN Vancouver(1992)5,117
Shaun Heshka D 21 7/30/1985 6-1 205 R Melville, CAN Undrafted
Ed Jovanovski D 55 6/26/1976 6-2 210 L Windsor, CAN Florida(1994)1,1
Sami Lepisto D 18 10/17/1984 6-0 176 L Espoo, FIN Washington(2004)3,66
Zbynek Michalek D 4 12/23/1982 6-2 185 R Jindrichuv Hradec, CZE Undrafted
Derek Morris D 53 8/24/1978 6-0 220 R Edmonton, CAN Calgary(1996)1,13
Kurt Sauer D 44 1/16/1981 6-4 220 L St. Cloud, USA Colorado(2000)3,88
David Schlemko D 6 5/7/1987 6-1 195 L Edmonton, CAN Undrafted
Mathieu Schneider D 23 6/12/1969 5-11 195 L New York, USA Montreal(1987)3,44
James Vandermeer D 2 2/21/1980 6-1 211 L Red Deer, CAN Undrafted
Keith Yandle D 3 9/9/1986 6-2 195 L Boston, USA Phoenix(2005)4,105

Goalies:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Ilja Bryzgalov G 30 6/22/1980 6-3 210 L Togliatti, RUS Anaheim(2000)2,44
Jason LaBarbera G 1 1/18/1980 6-3 225 L Burnaby, CAN Ny Rangers(1998)3,66

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Detroit Red Wings

Detroit Red WingsTeam Statistics:
Goals Scored Assist Points
Henrik Zetterberg (3) Todd Bertuzzi (2) Henrik Zetterberg (3)
Plus/Minus Goals Against Average Goalie Save Percentage
Henrik Zetterberg (+3) Jimmy Howard (3.52) Jimmy Howard (0.894)
Wins Shut out wins Penalty Minutes
Jimmy Howard (1) -- Niklas Kronwall (4)

Team Injuries:
____Position________Player____ ____Injury________Status____
RW/LW Kirk Maltby Right shoulder surgery Out

Game Day Stories:
  Red Wing seize momentum in series vs. Coyotes with 'real team effort'
  Howard's enjoying his time in Wings' playoff crease thanks to Osgood's mentorship
  Danny Cleary promises to step it up for Wings
  Veterans showed Shane Doan about respecting Red Wings
Audio Ken Holland on The Huge Show: Red Wings in for close series against Coyotes

Projected Lineup:
_________Left Wing__________________Center__________________Right Wing_________
Johan Franzen Pavel Datsyuk (A) Tomas Holmstrom
Valtteri Filppula Henrik Zetterberg (A) Todd Bertuzzi
Daniel Cleary Darren Helm Patrick Eaves
Kris Draper (A) Justin Abdelkader Drew Miller

_________Left Defenseman__________________Right Defenseman_________
Nicklas Lidström (C) Brian Rafalski
Niklas Kronwall Brad Stuart
Jonathan Ericsson Andreas Lilja

_________Goaltender_________
James Howard

In the spotlight:
Defenseman (R) Center Right Wing

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
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
Mattias Ritola C 42 3/14/1987 6-0 192 L Borlange, SWE Detroit(2005)4,103
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
Kirk Maltby L 18 12/22/1972 6-0 200 R Guelph, CAN Edmonton(1992)3,65
Brad May L 24 11/29/1971 6-1 213 L Toronto, CAN Buffalo(1990)1,14
Drew Miller L 16 2/17/1984 6-2 185 L Dover, USA Anaheim(2003)6,186
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
Dan 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
Doug Janik D 37 3/26/1980 6-2 209 L Agawam, USA Buffalo(1999)2,55
Jakub Kindl D 46 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
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
Andreas Lilja D 3 7/13/1975 6-3 230 L Helsingborg, SWE Los Angeles(2000)2,54
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
Ole-Kristian Tollefsen D 55 3/29/1984 6-2 211 L Norway, NOR Columbus(2002)3,65

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
Daniel Larsson G 31 2/7/1986 6-0 170 L Boden, SWE Detroit(2006)3,92
Chris Osgood G 30 11/26/1972 5-10 176 L Peace River, CAN Detroit(1991)3,54

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Overview
Extra InformationRed Wing seize momentum in series vs. Coyotes with 'real team effort'

Todd Bertuzzi was engaged physically right from the start. Valtteri Filppula made a concerted effort to shoot the puck. And Henrik Zetterberg took over the game in the second period, looking much like the dominant player of the previous two playoffs.

It was a good night’s work for the Detroit Red Wings’ second line, which accounted for five goals in Friday’s 7-4 win against the Phoenix Coyotes in Game 2 of their Western Conference quarterfinal playoff series.

The Red Wings responded to Phoenix’s physicality in the series opener with more speed through the middle of the ice, determination to get to the net, and the resilience of a team that has been here before many times.

And now, with the series tied 1-1, Detroit has the momentum heading into Game 3 this afternoon at Joe Louis Arena.

“It was a real team effort,” Zetterberg said. “Everyone chipped in. We rolled four lines. We evened out the minutes. That’s how you create at lot of energy at the end of the game. If you play with more people you will have more power in the end.”

While many contributed, one line led the way.

Zetterberg notched his first career playoff hat trick, including the winning goal with 6:06 remaining in the third period. Filppula registered six shots and had two goals and an assist. Bertuzzi picked up a pair of assists and had several battles with rugged defenseman Ed Jovanovski, who was a minus-3.

“We just knew our line had to step up and put the puck in the net,” Bertuzzi said. “We had tons of opportunities, it was just a matter of time. Henrik played terrific; Fil did a really good job shooting, he was on the puck.”

Red Wings captain Nicklas Lidstrom said Zetterberg’s line was dominant.

“It gives (Pavel Datsyuk’s) line a bit of a relief, when Hank and his line can play the way they did,” Lidstrom said.

While Phoenix doesn’t get much offense from its forwards, Detroit has the luxury of having two lines capable of taking over a game.

Coach Mike Babcock’s only complaint was why it didn’t happen sooner.

“(Zetterberg) probably got tired of the guy across from him (Shane Doan) competing,” Babcock said. “He’s a proud guy and thinks he’s a good player. If the guy across from you plays harder than you, he’s going to have some success. If Z plays like he can play, he’s going to have success. In the second and third periods I thought he took over.”

Said Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard: “He’s a clutch player. He’s real good when the pressure’s on.”

Bertuzzi is not the physical force he was during his prime, but he used his 6-foot-3, 225-pound frame to create some space for his linemates.

“He’s one of those players that does a lot of work for me and Fil, the type that (Dan) Cleary and Homer (Tomas Holmstrom) are doing for (their) lines,” Zetterberg said. “Nice to see he gets some points because he deserves that.”

Babcock has continually maintained that Bertuzzi will get offense as long as he involved physically -- not necessarily knocking people over but creating havoc around the net.

“I thought Bert was one of the guys on the top two lines that engaged right from the start of the game and was ready to go,” Babcock said. “Our big people got to be big if we’re going to win at playoff time.”

Instead of getting worn down by Phoenix’s physical play, like they did in Game 1, the Red Wings responded by out-hitting the Coyotes.

“That’s what we needed to do, counterattack. We needed to get a few more licks on them,” Bertuzzi said. “We have enough guys capable of doing that.”

Phoenix’s skating ability is one of its strengths. The Red Wings showed they can move, too.

“We got good speed on each line,” Cleary said. “The key for us is getting through the middle of the ice and eliminating their speed, make sure we’re above them. We shot the puck a lot, had guys going to the net and staying there, and that was the difference."


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thnx again TG. Afternoon games must be easier to handle for you european fans.

I think Wings can make good use of the home advantage. Go Wings!

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Lazy Bob is back?!
man it's gonna ruin my day if he does anything of substance this game. if you're gonna be at the game, BOO this knob mercilessly, eh?

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man it's gonna ruin my day if he does anything of substance this game. if you're gonna be at the game, BOO this knob mercilessly, eh?
Imagine if Lang and Schneider both played and scored game winners?
I think I'd croak.

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thnx again TG. Afternoon games must be easier to handle for you european fans.

I think Wings can make good use of the home advantage. Go Wings!
You have no idea! I am psyched to finally watch my first playoff game this year. I can't stay up until 5 a.m. now (unless it's the finals), so I'm going to enjoy all the games played in Detroit.

I hope the Wings can take advantage of some home ice and carry the momentum from the last game and get a better grip on these series. Helm's line seemed to struggle last game, so I want to see this guy speeding down the ice and making some nice plays. Some more of the same from the other lines and most importantly, we need to see a much more sharp Howard in net. A win would probably give him some confidence and settle down into the playoff atmosphere, we need him to be on fire if we want to have a chance at all to win this whole thing.

btw, isn't it odd that every series being played at the moment is having the same result? All the series are tied at 1 and Washington seem to be transforming into the SJ of the East. They seriously need some PK skill. Talking about PK, how about improving that today, huh? Take less penalties but keep those hits coming.

Good luck Red Wings! A win for my first live game would be awesome. And ofcourse, thanks TG, excellent work as always!

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I can't stay up until 5 a.m. now (unless it's the finals), so I'm going to enjoy all the games played in Detroit.
Heh, in Friday, I watched Pens-Sens (02:00), Yotes-Wings (05:00) and final moments from SJ-COL.

It was a beuatiful Hockey night! from 02:00 to 09:00.


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i hate day games cuz:
a) they are usually on nbc
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A noon game, and on NBC-HD. (I refuse to give Comcast anymore of my money).

Nice.

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It was a beuatiful Hockey night! from 02:00 to 09:00.

I would love to do that, but with projects, exams and other commitments, sleep is precious, really precious.

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I have to leave for work at 3!!

I'm recording, but I hate this!

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Hell yeah, I'm watching this one live, the game starts at 9pm for us, this is perfect. I'm getting up at 7 every day, leave at 8 for work, it makes a HUGHE difference!

Anyway, time for Playoff-hockey in the Joe! Let's win this one and take the series lead.

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Let's go Desert Dogs.Time to fill up on some tasty wings (or is that swedish meatballs).

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Nice.

Almost gave me a heart attack. Noon? NOON???? Forgot you were on the left coast.

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Almost gave me a heart attack. Noon? NOON???? Forgot you were on the left coast.
I wish it was noon- if it was noon, I could have watched it, but NOOOOO, someone has to work today.

On the plus side, I may be able to watch part of it because it's on NBC, if that is the case, it would be oaky.

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Vest also confirms Rob Longley's suggestion that the Coyotes might add Jim Vandermeer to their lineup...

Coyotes center Vernon Fiddler, who suffered an upper-body injury late in Game 2 and did not return, likely will return to the lineup today. If he doesn’t, center Robert Lang would play in the series for the first time unless Tippett opts to go with seven defensemen. If that’s the case, Jim Vandermeer or Mathieu Schneider would be inserted into the lineup.

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I love swedish meatballs. Had some the other night in honor of Zetterbeard the Great's hatrick.

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http://blog.mlive.com/snapshots/2010..._wings_vs.html

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Lang and Fiddler both are in the lineup.

Bill McCreary and Ian Walsh suitin' up for the stripes today.

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