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1/6 GDT: Red Wings 3, Blue Jackets 0

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Preview- Blue Jackets at Red Wings

Recap- Blue Jackets 0, Red Wings 3

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Columbus: 18-17-4, 7-11-3 Road Record, 40 pts; 3rd in Central Division, 9th Overall in Western Conference

Last Game: Lost to STL 5-2 Recap

Detroit: 26-7-5, 13-3-2 Home Record, 57 pts; 1st in Central Division, 2nd Overall in Western Conference

Last Game: Defeated MIN 3-2 (SO) Recap

Last CBJ-DET meeting: 11/28, CBJ 3 at DET 5 Recap

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Goals

CBJ Rick Nash: 17

DET Johan Franzen: 18

Assists

CBJ Rick Nash: 22

DET Pavel Datsyuk: 26

Plus/Minus

CBJ Jan Hejda: +14

DET Pavel Datsyuk and Nicklas Lidstrom: +16

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CBJ Kris Russel: -7

DET Kris Draper: -11

PIM

CBJ Jared Boll: 99

DET Andreas Lilja: 34

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Lilja, Meech scratched

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CBJ Steve Mason

13-8-1, 1.81 GAA, .933 SV %, 5 SO

DET Ty Conklin

13-5-1, 2.51 GAA, .914 SV %, 3 SO

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CBJ Ole-Kristian Tollefsen (knee) out, Raffi Torres (knee) out, Jared Boll (upper body) questionable,

Derick Brassard (shoulder) out, Jason Chimera (groin) out, Rostislav Klesla (lower body) out

DET Darren McCarty (groin) out

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Wings win 5-2 with a few from Zetter, Huds, and maybe give Dats one or two.

Let the Wings put the Blue Jackets in there place. GO WINGS!! :octo: :octo: :octo:

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Here's to a good solid 60 minutes of play, and another two points.

Wings win: 3 - 1

Rafalski (1)

Datsyuk (1)

Franzen (1)

Malhotra (1)

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i guess we get to see if mason is up to the challenge. he did good against san jose right before we kick the s*** out of them.

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Because we're at home, 4-3 SO win. The Wings are down 3 nothing with 7 and half and score 3 and Datsyuk scores the winner in the shootout.

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Because we're at home, 4-3 SO win. The Wings are down 3 nothing with 7 and half and score 3 and Datsyuk scores the winner in the shootout.

I was thinking a similar prediction: wings head to the third period down 2-0 and storm back for 4 unanswered goals in the third. It just seems like pretty much every game has some variation of that.

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MLive -

Update from Monday's practice: Wings coach Mike Babcock said Ty Conklin will start in goal Tuesday against Columbus and Chris Osgood will start Thursday vs. Dallas. Osgood has a good career record against the Stars (27-10-3 regular season, 8-4 playoffs), so perhaps Conklin will start again Saturday against Buffalo, followed by Osgood next Monday in Dallas.

Babcock also said Brett Lebda and Chris Chelios will be back in the lineup Tuesday, replacing Andreas Lilja and Derek Meech. He's probably not going to rotate the fifth and six defense spots, since Lilja and Lebda are fairly secure in their positions, but he clearly wants to work Chelios and Meech in from time to time.

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Wings 2 ,Jackets 1. The game will be close because all of our Swedes will be depressed by the thumping Canada put on their junior team.

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Drapes finally scores an even strength goal tonight.

Count on it.

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Babcock also said Brett Lebda and Chris Chelios will be back in the lineup Tuesday, replacing Andreas Lilja and Derek Meech.

:( Where's the man love?

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Current Season Streaks

Overall: 3-Game Winning Streak

Home: 4-Game Winning Streak (2 shutouts).

Current Streaks vs. Columbus

Overall: 4-Game Winning Streak

Home: 3-Game Winning Streak.

Record on this Date

January 6

This is the 42nd game on this date, the most of any day in January.

Record in the previous 41 games:

22W-15L- 4T.

LGW.

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It's always nice to have Zetterberg and Hossa on the 2nd line :D

Wings win, but it will be a close game. Something like 3-2, maybe OT, or SO.

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The game is 0 -0 with 30 seconds left in OT. Babs puts on his trusty "Al Capone" toque and while the entire Blue Jackets team is staring in awestruck envy, with a little fear on their faces, Conks sends one down the length of the ice and gets the game winner, unassisted.

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Wings win 4-1 with Hossa and Z getting two goals each and Huler with 3 assists. Two goals via the powerplay. :siren:

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The Blue Jackets are just ravaged with injuries. That said, Mason has been so solid for them that they've been winning games.

This is a game, though, that the Wings should win and need to win. It's interesting that Lilja is out for Chelios tonight. If Cheli plays a sub-par game, it's going to be difficult arguing for him to get any ice time the rest of the season, barring injury to another defenseman.

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The game is 0 -0 with 30 seconds left in OT. Babs puts on his trusty "Al Capone" toque and while the entire Blue Jackets team is staring in awestruck envy, with a little fear on their faces, Conks sends one down the length of the ice and gets the game winner, unassisted.

Nice!

Wings 3 (Zetterberg x2, Maltby)

Jackets 1 (Nash)

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I don't usually make predictions, but I say Wings 4, Jackets 2

Z finally breaks out of his slump and scores 2, Conklin plays a solid game and picks up the W.

Go Wings!

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The Wings will come out hard tonight and eventually wrap this one up by a 3-1 score. Mason keeps it close, but early goals by Hossa and Zetterberg leave the Blue Jackets scrambling. Columbus manages to pot one in the second, but the Wings do a great job of protecting the puck and their lead, and they manage to dump one more into the empty net when Mason heads to the bench.

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