For the third time this season, Detroit Red Wings Facing saving series.
they He lost his first match in Chicago, losing 4–1 on Friday. Teams are playing again on Sunday afternoon. The wings had to do without many major players due to the pandemic, which left them wondering if they would face a temporary lockdown.
Coach Jeff Blashel said Friday night, “Well, we’re five men.” “The other team with five is Carolina, and they postponed their matches. So, this is where we are. Sure, it doesn’t help the chemistry, but again … we’re just trying to control what we can control.”
The performance was a disappointment after that A four-game platformer that has left the wings feeling good about themselves They also defeated the Carolina Hurricans and Columbus Blue Jackets. But the Black Hawks went 3-0 up before Dylan Larkin scored by Mark Stahl and France Nielsen, and now the flanks are left hoping that they can split the series on Sunday.
“You never know when you wake up to a list format,” said Larkin. “This is how we really put it.”
The wings got rid of 11 forwards and seven defenders. Among those who made their season debut were Darren Helm, Alex Peega and Christian Degus.
Goalkeeper Thomas Grace saved 24 saves in 27 shots.
Two of the Black Hawks’ goals came during the Power Matches. The Wings were doing extremely well on penalties until Friday, with most of them scoring 0-5 on the men’s benefits after finally scoring in a tough match during their fourth game of the season.
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The wings were without second midfield Robbie Fabry, who entered the COVID protocol on January 11th. The top six winger, Philip Zadina, also missed the match due to being in the anti-epidemic protocol.
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