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1/21: Red Wings 4 at Blue Jackets 3 (SO)

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Big E is listed as a game-time decision with a shoulder injury, per Ansar KHAAAAAAAN!!!

Babcock said Ericsson is game time decision. If he can't play Lashoff will make NHL debut.

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Hopefully the Wings have put the last game in the rear view mirror and have regrouped for this game. I didn't post in the last GDT either so maybe this will help change things up lol.

4-2 Wings. Brunner gets his first.

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im going to go with Wings 4-2 Dats gets more than 1,Miller,and Brunner will score Zetty 2 assists Jackets Boll gets 2 it will be a good one but i see us finally getting things rolling shake off the blues loss

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well I actually think that CBJ will be a better team this year, and will steal quite a lot of games from under performing or under prepared teams. I hope we don't fall into either category tonight.

2-1 Detroit. Franzen and Miller.

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Marian Hossa has 4 goals in 2 games.....just saying.



well I actually think that CBJ will be a better team this year, and will steal quite a lot of games from under performing or under prepared teams. I hope we don't fall into either category tonight.

2-1 Detroit. Franzen and Miller.

:hysterical:

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Big E is listed as a game-time decision with a shoulder injury, per Ansar KHAAAAAAAN!!!

Maybe Lashoff will make a splash and bump Quincey out of the lineup next game :w00t:

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<blockquote class='ipsBlockquote'data-author="Dabura" data-cid="2342941" data-time="1358781007"><p>

7-4 Wings.<br />

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Three stars: Zetterberg (2G,1A), Brunner (1G,1A), some Blue Jacket (1G, 1A).<br />

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Larry Murphy fights three Blue Jackets at once. I'm not sure how or why. (New crystal 8-ball has some kinks in it. ******* IKEA.)</p></blockquote>

But the four all get together and pound brewskees and hot dogs after the game.

See. Its working.

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Would be great to see Lashoff in NHL action. He has potential to be Brad Stuart-type of player.

Go Wings, spoil the Columbus home opener!

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I would prefer Ouellet or Sproul, but if Lashoff is ready, anything would be an upgrade of Quincey's crappy ass...

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Current Streaks

Regular-Season Streaks

Overall: 1-game losing streak (shutout)

Away: 1-game losing streak (shutout)

Historical Regular-season Streaks v. Columbus

Overall: 4-game winning streak (1 shutout, 1 shootout)

Away: 1-game winning streak (shootout)

Last Ten Games – Current Regular-season

Overall: 0W-1L

Away: 0W-1L

Last Ten Games – Regular-season v. Columbus

Overall: 6W-4L

Away: 5W-4L-0OTL-1SOL

Home Games / Away Games

This is the last of two consecutive away games

Detroit v. Columbus
All-time Record v. Columbus
All-time, Overall v. Columbus
69G: 49W-13L-1T-0RT-2OTL-4SOL
All-time, Away v. Columbus
35G: 22W-8L-1T-0RT-2OTL-1SOL
Season Record v. Columbus
This is the first game of five v. Columbus this season
This the first Away games of three v. Columbus this season
Record on this Day

January 21

This is the 35th regular-season game played on this day, with the Club’s record in the previous 34 games:

20W-12L-2T

This is the 2nd regular-season games v. Columbus played on this day, with the Club's record in the previous game:

1W

LGW.

Tonight's Officials

Dave Jackson #8 & Dean Morton #36 Linesmen Thor Nelson #80 & Steve Barton #59

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heres hoping the defense steps it up and its nothing like on saturday. i DO NOT want to see that cannon go off. i like the song but that cannon....ahhh lol

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I wouldn't take CBJ too lightly, considering the Wing's performance, since the Blue Jackets beat the Preds in their home opener in a shoot out. Just sayin...

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Hard to predict if the last game was just a blooper or a glimpse of the things to come. If the problems are based in the short preparation time, as the bad special-team-numbers indicate then it will be very hard to win tonight. So I just say that we are going see a better effort by the team.

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