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WCSF | Game 2 | Detroit Red Wings @ San Jose Sharks | 8:00 PM EDT | TSN, VERSUS |

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2009-10 Detroit Red Wings
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HP Pavilion, San José (Californië)

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Round 1 Playoff Schedule
Home Date _Game#_ _Time_ TV (HD) _Winner_
Sharks Thu, April 29 Game 1 9:00 PM TSN, VERSUS
Sharks Sun, May 2 Game 2 8:00 PM TSN, VERSUS  
Red Wings Tue, May 4 Game 3 7:30 PM TSN, VERSUS, FSD  
Red Wings Thu, May 6 Game 4 7:30 PM TSN, VERSUS, FSD  
Sharks* Sat, May 8 Game 5 10:00 PM TSN, VERSUS, FSD  
Red Wings* Mon, May 10 Game 6 7:30 PM TSN, VERSUS, FSD 
Sharks* Wed, May 12 Game 7 TBD TSN, VERSUS, FSD 
* if necessary; all Eastern times

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Team Comparison:
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8 Games Played 7
4 Wins 5
4 Losses 2
0.500 P% 0.714
3.62 G/G 3.29
2.75 GA/G 2.00
20.5 PP% 21.9
79.5 PK% 90.0
35.0 S/G 38.9
31.0 SA/G 24.6
52.0 FO% 52.6


Detroit Red Wings (5) 4 vs. Phoenix Coyotes (4) 3

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

Game 3:
Phoenix Coyotes @ Detroit Red Wings 4 - 2

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

Game 4:
Phoenix Coyotes @ Detroit Red Wings 0 - 3

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Mike Babcock Post-Game Press Conference | Dave Tippett Post-Game Press Conference

Game 5:
Detroit Red Wings @ Phoenix Coyotes 4 - 1

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Mike Babcock Post-Game Press Conference | Dave Tippett Post-Game Press Conference

Game 6:
Phoenix Coyotes @ Detroit Red Wings 5 - 2

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Mike Babcock Post-Game Press Conference | Dave Tippett Post-Game Press Conference

Game 7:
Detroit Red Wings @ Phoenix Coyotes 6 - 1

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Mike Babcock Post-Game Press Conference | Dave Tippett Post-Game Press Conference


Detroit Red Wings (5) 0 vs. San Jose Sharks (1) 1

Series RecapGame 1:
Detroit Red Wings @ San Jose Sharks 3 - 4

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Mike Babcock Post-Game Press Conference | Todd McLellan Post-Game Press Conference



San Jose Sharks

San Jose SharksTeam Statistics:
Goals Scored Assist Points
Joe Pavelski (7) Dan Boyle (7) Joe Pavelski (11)
Plus/Minus Goals Against Average Goalie Save Percentage
Dan Boyle (+6) Evgeni Nabokov (1.93) Evgeni Nabokov (.919)
Wins Shut out wins Penalty Minutes
Evgeni Nabokov (4) Evgeni Nabokov (1) Scott Nichol (10)

Team Injuries:
____Position________Player________Injury________Status____
LW/RW Jed Ortmeyer Lower body Questionable
D Niclas Wallin Lower body Questionable

Projected Lineup:
_________Left Wing__________________Center__________________Right Wing_________
Patrick Marleau Joe Thornton (A) Torrey Mitchell
Ryan Clowe Joe Pavelski Devin Setoguchi
Dany Heatley Logan Couture Manny Malhotra
Dwight Helminen Scott Nichol Jamie McGinn

_________Left Defenseman__________________Right Defenseman_________
Douglas Murray Dan Boyle (A)
Marc-Edouard Vlasic Rob Blake (C)
Kent Huskins Jason Demers

_________Goaltender_________
Evgeni Nabokov

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

Roster:
Forwards:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Logan Couture C 39 3/28/1989 6-1 195 L Guelph, CAN San Jose(2007)1,9
Dwight Helminen C 36 6/22/1983 5-9 185 L Hancock, USA Edmonton(2002)8,244
Manny Malhotra C 27 5/18/1980 6-2 217 L Mississauga, CAN Ny Rangers(1998)1,7
Patrick Marleau C 12 9/15/1979 6-2 220 L Aneroid, CAN San Jose(1997)1,2
Torrey Mitchell C 17 1/30/1985 5-11 175 L Montreal, CAN San Jose(2004)4,126
Scott Nichol C 21 12/31/1974 5-8 173 R Edmonton, CAN Buffalo(1993)11,272
Joe Pavelski C 8 7/11/1984 5-11 194 R Stevens Point, USA San Jose(2003)7,205
Joe Thornton C 19 7/2/1979 6-4 223 L London, CAN Boston(1997)1,1
Steven Zalewski C 48 8/20/1986 6-0 185 L Utica, USA San Jose(2004)5,153
Ryane Clowe L 29 9/30/1982 6-2 215 L St. John'S, CAN San Jose(2001)6,175
Dany Heatley L 15 1/21/1981 6-3 216 L Freiburg, GER Atlanta(2000)1,2
John McCarthy L 43 8/9/1986 6-1 198 L Boston, USA San Jose(2006)7,202
Jamie McGinn L 64 8/5/1988 6-0 179 L Fergus, CAN San Jose(2006)2,36
Frazer McLaren L 68 10/29/1987 6-5 225 L Winnipeg, CAN San Jose(2007)7,203
Benn Ferriero R 78 4/29/1987 5-11 192 R Boston, USA Undrafted
Jed Ortmeyer R 41 9/3/1978 6-0 190 R Omaha, USA Undrafted
Devin Setoguchi R 16 1/1/1987 5-11 186 R Taber, CAN San Jose(2005)1,8
Brad Staubitz R 59 7/28/1984 6-1 215 R Edmonton, CAN Undrafted
Ryan Vesce R 53 4/7/1982 5-8 165 R Lloyd Harbor, USA Undrafted

Defense:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Rob Blake D 4 12/10/1969 6-4 225 R Simcoe, CAN Los Angeles(1988)4,70
Dan Boyle D 22 7/12/1976 5-11 192 R Ottawa, CAN Undrafted
Joe Callahan D 47 12/20/1982 6-3 215 R Brockton, USA Phoenix(2002)3,70
Jason Demers D 60 6/9/1988 6-1 185 R Dorval, CAN San Jose(2008)7,186
Kent Huskins D 40 5/4/1979 6-4 205 L Ottawa, CAN Chicago(1998)6,156
Derek Joslin D 65 3/17/1987 6-2 191 L Richmond Hill, CAN San Jose(2005)5,149
Jay Leach D 28 9/2/1979 6-4 215 L Cranston, USA Phoenix(1998)5,115
Douglas Murray D 3 3/12/1980 6-3 240 L Bromma, SWE San Jose(1999)8,241
Marc-Edouard Vlasic D 44 3/30/1987 6-1 190 L Montreal, CAN San Jose(2005)2,35
Niclas Wallin D 7 2/20/1975 6-3 216 L Boden, SWE Carolina(2000)4,97

Goalies:
Name POS NO DOB HT WT SH POB DRAFT
Thomas Greiss G 1 1/29/1986 6-0 176 L Koln, GER San Jose(2004)3,94
Henrik Karlsson G - 11/27/1983 6-5 205 L Stockholm, SWE Undrafted
Evgeni Nabokov G 20 7/25/1975 6-0 200 L Ust Kamenogorsk, KAZ San Jose(1994)9,219

Starting Goaltender



Detroit Red Wings

Detroit Red WingsTeam Statistics:
Goals Scored Assist Points
Henrik Zetterberg (6) Johan Franzen (7) Henrik Zetterberg (11)
Plus/Minus Goals Against Average Goalie Save Percentage
Brad Stuart (+6) Jimmy Howard (2.77) Jimmy Howard (0.911)
Wins Shut out wins Penalty Minutes
Jimmy Howard (4) Jimmy Howard (1) Justin Abdelkader (23)

Team Injuries:
____Position________Player____ ____Injury________Status____
LW/RW Kirk Maltby Right shoulder surgery Out
LW/RW Patrick Eaves Arm injury Questionable

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

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

_________Goaltender_________
James Howard

In the spotlight:
Defenseman (L) Defenseman (R) 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
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

Starting Goaltender


Overview
Extra InformationRed Wings' Patrick Eaves questionable for Game 2 vs. San Jose; Brian Rafalski returns to practice

The Detroit Red Wings' Patrick Eaves didn't practice Saturday because of an arm injury sustained in the Western Conference quarterfinal series against the Phoenix Coyotes. Coach Mike Babcock said the forward is questionable for Sunday's Game 2 against the San Jose Sharks.

"We think he's fine, we don't know for sure," Babcock said. "He was tender the last game, left for a little bit but came back. We think he's going to play, but we'll figure that out."

The club's penalty killing would suffer without Eaves, who is their best shot blocker.

Jason Williams practiced in Eaves' spot on the line with Darren Helm and Kris Draper. Williams hasn't played since Game 1 against Phoenix, after which he was replaced by Justin Abdelkader, who provides more size and physicality.

"If I'm called upon, I'll be ready," Williams said. "It's difficult (sitting out), because this time of year everybody wants to play."

Meanwhile, Detroit defenseman Brian Rafalski practiced for the first time in two weeks. He was dinged up in Game 3 vs. Phoenix but hasn't missed any games.

"I don't know if he really has a bad back or he just doesn't like practicing at playoff time," Babcock said. "Rafi can play huge minutes because he's such a good skater, like Nick (Lidstrom).

"That's why it's impressive a guy like (San Jose's Rob) Blake plays the minutes he plays, because he doesn't glide like those other guys, he plays more physical than they do. So in some ways, it's harder to play like that."

For San Jose, Sharks forward Patrick Marleau said he felt better the past couple days after missing Game 1 with the flu.

"Able to keep some stuff down," Marleau said. "There's some sicknesses you can play through, and I've been able to do that in the past, but this one is a little bit tougher than I expected."

Sharks coach Todd McLellan would not reveal what line he'll use Marleau on.

Brad Stuart's play key for Red Wings in series against Sharks

Niklas Kronwall noted how strong Brad Stuart, his defense partner on the Detroit Red Wings, has performed in the postseason, and he hopes to follow suit.

"He's been one of our key players all year. He's showing it again in the playoffs," Kronwall said. "He's doing everything. He's scoring big goals, he's very solid defensively, playing physical, he's huge on the penalty kill.

"Hopefully, I can get my game up to another level as well."

While Stuart has excelled, Kronwall has much room for improvement. Together, though, they give the Red Wings the rare luxury of being able to match their second defense pairing against any team's top line and feel comfortable.

So while Red Wings coach Mike Babcock prefers to have the skilled Nicklas Lidstrom and Brian Rafalski on the ice against San Jose's Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau, he doesn't lose much with the more physical Stuart and Kronwall out there.

"Their staff is comfortable in playing them against either one of our top two lines," Sharks coach Todd McLellan said. "You don't really get ahead by getting offensive players away from Rafalski and Lidstrom."

Marleau, who scored a team-high 44 goals in the regular season, will be in the lineup Sunday for Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals at HP Pavilion. He missed the Sharks' 4-3 series-opening win because of the flu.

It adds another challenge for the Red Wings, who also must deal with the hot second line of Joe Pavelski, Devin Setoguchi and Ryane Clowe.

And that's why Stuart will be so vital in this series.

Stuart is tied with Lidstrom and Rafalski for the team scoring lead among defensemen with six points. He has a team-best plus-6 rating. His 29 hits are second only to Darren Helm's 31. And Stuart leads the club with 15 blocked shots.

"Stewie is pretty much an extra goalie out there with how many blocked shots he has," Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard said.

"He was our best D early in the season and then Kronner got hurt and over a period of time we wore him out, so then he struggled for a little bit," Babcock said. "He's back to playing the way he can, a real physical presence for us.

"He doesn't take any penalties (22 minutes during the season, four in the playoffs) and, yet, he's after people. At then at playoff time, for whatever reason, he generates offense as well."

Stuart's offensive abilities made him the third overall pick by the Sharks in 1998. He was traded to the Boston Bruins on Nov. 30, 2005, in the blockbuster deal that brought Thornton to San Jose.

Since leaving the Sharks, Stuart's game has evolved into more of a stay-at-home style.

"I'm not relied on for offense on this team, so I'm been able to focus more on being physical, more reliable, solid defensive player," Stuart said. "I think I figured out how to be ready to compete every night. First four, five years in the league, it was something I was always struggling with, bringing it every night."

This is Stuart's third playoff run with the Red Wings. In 52 games, he has 22 points (six goals, 16 assists) and a plus-26 rating.

"After the Olympic break, I felt re-energized," Stuart said. "This is the time of year where you get that little extra boost of excitement and it turns into energy."

Stuart said the faster pace in the postseason pushed him to another level.

"I feed off that a little bit," he said. "You're forced to take your game up a notch. Those that can do it are successful, and those that can't kind of become invisible."

Kronwall hasn't been as effective thus far in the playoffs. He has five assists, but he's not shooting enough (nine shots in eight games). He leads the team with seven giveaways, a couple that have led to goals. And he hasn't been as physical with only 12 hits.

"You're always trying to look for that perfect shot, but a lot of times it's all about just getting the puck through and getting it to the net," Kronwall said. "That's something I can do a better job of."

He'll try to force more shots, but he knows he'll get in trouble if he tries to force the physical play.

"It's hard to just run around and look for it," Kronwall said. "You just have to be on your toes and jump in the play when it's there. And when it's not, make the easy play."


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Great job.

You know, I never got a chance to watch all those "history will be made" videos but damn are some of them great. The Vladdy video gave me chills.

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I have to work until 8- good thing I have my car back from the shop, I need it's wings to get home in time!

I'd be really happy to split this series here on the road- I would be pretty worried down 2-0.

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Alright boys, play solid D, score a couple on the PP and Take this thing back to Detroit with home ice advantage
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Thanks TG!

I always love watching a game between SJ and Detroit, it's very entertaining, never boring and end to end stuff. A win will definitely set us up to go back home and try to take a healthy lead. Going down 2-0 will be quite worrying, but not impossible to overcome. If Montreal can come back from elimination and win their series, we definitely can have a shot at this one.

Have to win more face offs, especially the important ones on the PK and PP. Shutdown the Pavelski line and keep the Thornton line choking. Don't take stupid penalties and we can capitalize on our PP.

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God i hope Eaves plays. I rather have him on 1 leg than Jason Useless

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Must win game.

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Goals: Franzen 2, Zetterberg, Cleary

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Nice game thread. Go Wings!!!!

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Eaves out, Williams in

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As long as we don't take penalties, Eaves' absence won't impact us too much. And for the love of whatever is holy, don't put Williams on the PP. Keep him on the fourth line with Abby and Homer/Cleary, leave Draper, Helm and Miller alone (unless Cleary is playing with them).

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we really should be able to dominate this team tonight. Im look 4-2

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an important game, but definitely not a must win...

see last years stanley cup finals

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Fantastic GDT... Boy do I miss Vladi. It made me tear up.

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that wont mean much remmebr they were up 3-1 and it was that quiet in there

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see last years stanley cup finals

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According to whowins.com


Round, site, game 3, series
all all 159-143 (.526) 262-40 (.868)
all H 125-107 (.539) 209-23 (.901)
all V 34-36 (.486) 53-17 (.757)

I don't really care to go down 2-0.

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