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Lifetime Series
Detroit Red Wings Season Series vs Edmonton Oilers
  • The Detroit Red Wings and the Edmonton Oilers will face-off this afternoon for the third of four meetings this season. Detroit defeated Edmonton 4-0 on 11/17 at Joe Louis Arena and completed the home-and-home sweep by edging the Oilers 4-3 on 11/20 at Rexall Place.
  • In two games against the Oilers this season, Detroit is led by F Jiri Hudler with 4 points (3-1--4) and F Henrik Zetterberg with 3 points (0-3--3). Five different Red Wings defensemen have chipped in with two points apiece (D Niklas Kronwall (1-1--2), D Brett Lebda (0-2--2), D Nicklas Lidstrom (0-2--2), D Andreas Lilja (0-2--2) and D Brian Rafalski (0-2--2)).
  • Detroit G Ty Conklin stopped all 21 shots he faced in Detroit's 4-0 win on 11/17 at Joe Louis Arena. It was Conklin's first shutout of the season. He currently has five.
  • Detroit G Chris Osgood made 31 saves on 34 shots in Detroit's 4-3 win over the Oilers at Rexall Place on 11/20.
  • Detroit's PP has gone 4 for 9 (44.4%) in two meetings with the Oilers this season (Kronwall, Datsyuk, Kopecky and Hudler).
  • Detroit's PK has killed off 10 of 12 Oiler power-play opportunities in two meetings with Edmonton this season (Cogliano, Souray).
    Detroit Red Wings All-Time vs Edmonton Oilers
  • The Red Wings and Oilers will face-off for the 103rd time this evening. Detroit has won 46 games in the all-time series. Edmonton has won 43. 13 games ended in a tie.
  • Detroit F Pavel Datsyuk has 19 points (4-15--19) in 25 career games against Edmonton.
  • Detroit F Henrik Zetterberg has 16 points (6-10--16) in 21 career games against Edmonton.
  • Detroit F Jiri Hudler has eight points (5-3--8) in 11 career games against Edmonton.
  • Detroit D Nicklas Lidstrom has 47 points (8-39--47) in 63 career games against Edmonton.
  • Detroit D Chris Chelios has 50 points (18-32--50) in 78 career games against Edmonton.
  • Detroit D Brian Rafalski has 10 points (1-9--10) in 12 career games against Edmonton.
  • Detroit G Chris Osgood is 17-8-4-3 with a 2.28 GAA and 4 shutouts in 33 career games played against Edmonton.
  • Detroit G Ty Conklin is 1-1-0 with a 2.50 GAA and 1 shutout in 2 career games played against his former team.


    Recent Detroit Red Wings Games
    Last 5 DET Games: 2 - 2 - 1 Last 10 DET Games: 4 - 4 - 2
    Detroit's Last Three Games:

    2/4/09 - Detroit Red Wings 5, Phoenix Coyotes 4

    PP: 2-4 PK: 2-4 SOG: 33 SA: 27 Three Stars: 1) Marian Hossa-DET 2) Pavel Datsyuk-DET 3) Nicklas Lidstrom-DET

    DETROIT (AP) -It wasn't exactly how the Detroit Red Wings diagram a win. Nicklas Lidstrom's power-play goal with 39 seconds left lifted Detroit to a 5-4 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes on Wednesday night to thwart Phoenix's third-period comeback from a two-goal deficit. "It's not the way we want to win but we're still able to win games," Lidstrom said. "We're still working at details in our game that could be better." Lidstrom's shot from the point went in off Coyotes defenseman Ken Klee's stick. "It hit something," Lidstrom said. "We'll take the win tonight." The goal came only 7 seconds after the Coyotes' Joel Perrault was called for hooking. "It was a penalty, I wasn't debating that," Phoenix coach Wayne Gretzky said. "But there were three hooks on our guys before that." Ed Jovanovski agreed. "It was a joke, an absolute joke. Forty five seconds left in the game," he said. "The guys are battling for the puck. There were two penalties missed before that in the corner. He calls that, it's embarrassing. We're fighting for our lives here. That's a big point for us." Marian Hossa scored two goals for the second consecutive game and Henrik Zetterberg and Mikael Samuelsson also scored for Detroit. Chris Osgood made 22 saves. Jovanovski and Joakim Lindstrom each had a goal and an assist and Todd Fedoruk and Perrault also scored for Phoenix, which lost its fifth straight. Ilya Bryzgalov made 28 saves. "It was tough" said Coyotes captain Shane Doan. "It's disappointing; got to find a way to win." Lindstrom's power-play goal tied the game at 4 with 5:05 left. He beat Osgood with a one-timer from the right circle for his eighth goal. Perrault had made it 4-3 with his second goal of the season when he slipped a shot between Osgood's pad and the near goal post. "We're up two goals and then they got kind of a funny one at the end," said Zetterberg, who returned after missing three games with lower back spasms. Osgood has struggled for much of the season. "I have to get myself where I want to be the next two months," he said. "I'm getting some horrible bounces right now. You work your way through it." Detroit led 3-2 after two. Samuelsson scored on the power-play 5:44 into the third period with a one-time shot from the bottom of the left circle to make it 4-2. It was Samuelsson's 13th goal. Zetterberg put the Red Wings ahead in the second period with his 18th goal. He beat Bryzgalov from the inside edge of the right circle. Fedoruk tied it at 2 with a one-timer from the left circle for his fifth goal. Hossa had given Detroit a 2-1 lead early in the second with his second of the game and 28th of the season. His shot from the left circle trickled in off the goal post. Hossa opened the scoring in the first period when his shot from the high slot bounced in off Coyotes defenseman David Schlemko. But Jovanovski's power-play goal tied it at 1. Keith Yandle's pass sprung Jovanovski for a breakaway from the Red Wings' blue line and he beat Osgood between the pads. It was Jovanovski's fourth goal. Notes: It was Zetterberg's first game after signing a 12-year, $73 million contract. ... Phoenix D Derek Morris missed his fourth game with an upper body injury and Coyotes C Steven Reinprecht missed his third game with an upper body injury. ... Red Wings RW Tomas Holmstrom missed his third game with a sore groin. ... Phoenix recalled C Kevin Porter and RW Jeff Hoggan from its American Hockey League affiliate in San Antonio. The Coyotes also reassigned LW Steven Goertzen and C Alexander Nikulin to San Antonio and LW Viktor Tikhonov was activated from the injured list and assigned to the same team. ... Detroit recalled C Darren Helm from its AHL affiliate in Grand Rapids. ... Lidstrom played in his 1,300th game.

    2/2/09 - Detroit Red Wings 4, St. Louis Blues 3 (SO)

    PP: 0-3 PK: 4-7 SOG: 21 SA: 33 Three Stars: 1) Marian Hossa-DET 2) Keith Tkahuck-STL 3) Chris Osgood-DET

    DETROIT (AP) -Marian Hossa's talent made up for another lackluster game from the defending Stanley Cup champions. Hossa had the game-winner in a shootout after scoring twice in regulation, lifting the Detroit Red Wings to a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues that ended a season-high five-game skid. Detroit failed to keep three leads in regulation, but made up for it in the shootout when Jiri Hudler and Hossa scored and Chris Osgood turned away David Perron's final attempt for the Blues. "It doesn't matter how ugly or pretty it was," Hossa said. "We finally ended the losing streak and now we can build on something." Hossa signed a one-year deal worth $7.45 million last summer, turning down a longer contract to stay in Pittsburgh, to chase a championship with the Red Wings. He already has 26 goals this season, three fewer than he had last season for the runner-up Penguins and Atlanta Thrashers. The 29 goals were the fewest he scored since having the same total during the 1999-2000 season with Ottawa. "Obviously, he's a superstar, but we knew he was," Red Wings general manager Ken Holland said. "What we didn't know was how good of a person he is, letting him fit in real well in our dressing room, or how tough he was defensively, backchecking really hard every night." The Red Wings still don't know, though, if they can keep Hossa and fellow forward Johan Franzen because both are eligible for free agency after the season. Detroit's chances improved last week when Henrik Zetterberg accepted a salary-cap friendly deal, signing a 12-year contract worth $73 million instead of asking for the $8-plus million he could've made annually on the open market. It's unclear if both Hossa and Franzen would also re-sign at a discount. "It's possible, but it would be difficult even though I think both would like to stay," Holland said. "I'd like to get one of them signed before the playoffs, then get to the end of June when we know what the salary cap is." The Blues, who seem stuck in a rebuilding plan, have a Western Conference-low 44 points and trail the Central Division-leading Red Wings by 27 points. But they gave the Red Wings all they could handle in their latest matchup. Barret Jackman scored midway through the third period to extend the game after rookies T.J. Oshie and Patrik Berglund scored tying goals in the second for the Blues. All three scored on the power play. St. Louis' Chris Mason had to stop just 13 shots in regulation and overtime after replacing Manny Legace early in the second period. "Guys played great and I'm the reason that we lost," Legace said. "I was the worst guy in the NHL tonight." Legace gave up three goals on just eight shots, playing against his former team. "I feel bad for Manny," Blues coach Andy Murray said, "because there's been a lot of nights, since I've been coaching the Blues, that he's been the best guy in the NHL. The Blues took advantage of being on a power play for 5 minutes midway through the third period after Detroit defenseman Andreas Lilja was called for a game misconduct and boarding after hitting David Backes from behind, slamming his face into the glass. With 22 seconds left in the power play, Jackman scored on a shot from the top of the right circle that got past Osgood in part because he was shielded by St. Louis' Keith Tkachuk in front of the net. Detroit's Kirk Maltby scored early in the second and Hossa had two goals later in the period, less than 5 minutes apart. "He almost single-handedly won them the game tonight," Mason said. Notes: Zetterberg (back) missed his third straight game, but hopes to play Wednesday night at home against Phoenix. ... The Blues drafted Berglund 25th overall in 2006 and Oshie 24th overall in 2005. ... The teams combined to take just five shots in the first 20 minutes to tie an NHL low for a first period this season. The Los Angeles Kings and Columbus Blue Jackets had five shots in the first period on Dec. 6, 2008, according to STATS. ... Detroit's Kris Draper received a standing ovation during the first period when it was announced he was playing in his 1,000th NHL game.

    1/31/09 - Washington Capitals 4, Detroit Red Wings 2

    PP: 1-7 PK: 2-3 SOG: 29 SA: 27 Three Stars: 1) Alex Ovechkin-WSH 2) Viktor Kozlov-WSH 3) Tomas Fleischmann-WSH

    WASHINGTON (AP) -After exchanging counter-punches with the defending Stanley Cup champions, Alex Ovechkin delivered a decisive knockout combination he hopes will establish the Washington Capitals as a legitimate contender. Ovechkin broke a third-period tie with another highlight-reel goal and added a power-play tally less than two minutes later in the Capitals' 4-2 victory over Detroit on Saturday that extended the Red Wings' losing streak to a season-high five games. "It's a huge victory for us," Ovechkin said. "It gives us a lot of confidence. They were missing a couple of players, but it's very important to play an experienced team and this game meant a lot to us." It proves the Capitals have the mettle to succeed against the NHL's elite. Before Saturday, they were 1-9 with a tie in their last 11 home games against Detroit. "It's a good measuring stick to see how you match up to the Stanley Cup champs," Washington defenseman Tom Poti said. "A lot of guys had this game circled on the calendar. It's a game we were ... obviously jacked up for." But until the third-period scoring flurry, the game could have swung either way. With a sellout crowd gasping on every rush up the ice, Ovechkin, held in check for much of the game, took control. He looked to have overskated a feed from Viktor Kozlov along the left wing, but reached behind himself, sneaked the puck through his own legs and used defenseman Brian Rafalski as a shield before pushing a low shot past Ty Conklin with 7:08 remaining. "It just happens. It's just a moment. I tell Conklin, 'It's coming, it's coming - and it's coming in the third period.' " Ovechkin said, dissecting another sparkling individual effort. Detroit's Kirk Maltby was penalized for cross-checking with 5:58 left, and, six seconds later, Ovechkin popped in Nicklas Backstrom's rebound from the left post for his team-high 33rd goal, drawing chants of "MVP! MVP!" from the red-clad throng. "When you think of dominating a game, I don't think Ovie did that tonight. They pay him to score - and that's what he did at the end," Red Wing coach Mike Babcock said. "I thought we did a good job on their top line for the first two periods, but he's a sniper," Detroit defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom said. "(Ovechkin) doesn't need much to score goals." Washington is 31-1-1 when he scores. "Alex is one of those big-game guys," Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau said. "You keep throwing him out there and throwing (him) out there and eventually good things will happen." Mike Green and Kozlov also tallied for Washington, which halted a two-game losing streak. Ville Leino and Johan Franzen had Detroit's goals. The Red Wings, who had won three straight against Washington, lost to the Capitals for the first time since Nov. 24, 2003. "Any time you're not winning on a regular basis, there are things you've got to do better," Babcock said. "All in all, from goaltending to playing better defense to penalty kills to more offense, we've got to do better." An end-to-end first period characterized by prolonged rushes and near misses culminated in the teams trading goals during a 57-second span. Leino, making his NHL debut, put the Red Wings ahead 1-0 with a 1:54 left. He took a pass from Pavel Datsyuk down the left wing, spun around and backed toward the goal, then slipped a backhander past Jose Theodore when neither Theodore nor Alexander Semin delivered a check. Less than a minute later, Kozlov tipped in Milan Jurcina's one-timer from the right point past Conklin. A similar scenario unfolded late in the second period, with Green and Franzen swapping scores 1:51 apart. Washington had killed off two penalties before Green scored from between the circles, converting Backstrom's falling-down feed from the left circle at 17:19. But with Semin off for hooking, Franzen scored from the right post for a 2-2 tie, one of only four Detroit shots in the stanza. Three Capitals penalties in the final 1:38 and the Red Wings' decision to pull Conklin for an extra skater late meant Detroit skated the final 1:07 with a three-man advantage. But Washington's defense collapsed around Theodore, who finished with 25 saves, to preserve the lead. Notes: Detroit LW Henrik Zetterberg sat out his second straight game with back spasms and has not played since signing a 12-year, $73 million contract Wednesday. The Red Wings also scratched LW Tomas Holmstrom (groin). ... Washington hosts Ottawa on Sunday afternoon, the Capitals' first consecutive home matinees since Dec. 31, 2005-Jan. 1, 2006. ... The Capitals finished better than .500 in each of the first four months of the season for the first time in franchise history. Washington is 31-15-4 record through 50 games is the second-best in club history to a 31-12-7 start in 1984-85. ... The Red Wings' losing streak is their longest since dropping losing six straight Feb. 7-17, 2008.




    Detroit Red Wings Injuries, Transactions

    Injuries Man Games Lost/Injury
    Darren McCarty 30-groin
    Brad Stuart 5-ribs
    Tomas Holmstrom 3-groin
    Henrik Zetterberg 3-back (1/29-2/2)
    Johan Franzen 1-thigh (1/20)
    Kirk Maltby 1-ankle (12/6)
    Chris Chelios 25-broken right tibia (10/9-12/4)
    Tomas Holmstrom 8-back (11/20-12/4)
    Dan Cleary 8-eye infection (11/11-11/26)
    Niklas Kronwall 1-ankle (11/20)
    Johan Franzen 5-MCL sprain (10/27-11/8)
    Andreas Lilja 2-appendectomy (10/22-10/24)
    Brad Stuart 1-knee bruise (10/18)
    Henirk Zetterberg 2-groin (10/16-10/18)
    Darren McCarty 5-groin (10/9-10/18)
    Jimmy Howard 3-broken finger (10/9-10/13)

    Total Man Games Lost - 103


    Recent Transactions
    9/30/08 - Signed F Brent Raedeke and D Brian Lashoff to three-year entry level deals.
    10/3/08 - Agreed to terms with G Thomas McCollum on a three-year entry level contract.
    10/5/08 - Assigned F Justin Abdelkader, F Jan Mursak, F Cory Emmerton, F Mattias Ritola to Grand Rapids (AHL).
    10/7/08 - Assigned F Darren Helm, F Ville Leino, D Jonathan Ericsson to Grand Rapids (AHL).
    10/8/08 - Placed D Chris Chelios, F Darren McCarty and G Jimmy Howard on Injured Reserve.
    10/8/08 - Announced F Aaron Downey cleared waivers and assigned him to Grand Rapids (AHL).
    10/13/08 - Placed D Kyle Quincey on waivers.
    10/16/08 - Recalled F Darren Helm from Grand Raipds (AHL).
    10/16/08 - Removed G Jimmy Howard from injured reserve and assigned him to Grand Raipds.
    10/20/08 - Placed F Darren McCarty on waivers.
    10/21/08 - Assigned F Darren Helm to Grand Rapids (AHL).
    10/22/08 - Removed F Darren McCarty from Injured Reserve.
    11/18/08 - Placed F Darren McCarty on waivers.
    11/26/08 - Assigned F Darren McCarty to Grand Rapids (AHL).
    11/26/08 - Assigned F Randall Gelech to Rochester from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    11/26/08 - Recalled F Darren Helm from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    11/27/08 - Assigned F Darren Helm to Grand Rapids (AHL).
    11/28/08 - Recalled F Darren McCarty from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    12/5/08 - Placed F Darren McCarty on Injured Reserve.
    12/5/08 - Assigned D Chris Chelios to Grand Rapids (AHL) on conditioning loan.
    12/6/08 - Recalled D Chris Chelios from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    12/13/08 - Removed D Chris Chelios from Injured Reserve.
    1/29/09 - Placed D Brad Stuart on Injured Reserve.
    1/29/09 - Recalled F Aaron Downey from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    1/29/09 - Recalled F Ville Leino from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    1/30/09 - Recalled F Justin Abdelkader from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    1/30/09 - Assigned F Aaron Downey to Grand Rapids (AHL).
    2/3/09 - Recalled F Darren Helm from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    2/3/09 - Assigned F Justin Abdelkader to Grand Rapids (AHL).



    Detroit Red Wings Notes
    TEAM NOTES

    A WINNING TRADITION IN HOCKEYTOWN
  • Since the beginning of the 1996-97 season, the Detroit Red Wings have won more games (605) than any other franchise in the National Hockey League. Detroit's 526 regular season wins and 79 playoff victories are both tops in the NHL over the past 11+ seasons.
  • The Red Wings have won seven consecutive Central Division titles (2001-2008) and 11 out of the last 14. In two of the three seasons the Wings did not win the Central Division, the team went on to win the Stanley Cup (1997 & 1998).
  • Dating back to the 1999-2000 campaign the Red Wings have recorded eight consecutive 100-point seasons, matching the NHL record set by the Montreal Canadiens (1974-75 through 1981-82).
  • The Detroit Red Wings captured the 2008 Presidents' Trophy as the NHL's regular season champion. It was Detroit's sixth Presidents' Trophy in the last 13 years (1995, 1996, 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008). No other team has won the award more than twice since it was introduced at the start of the 1985-86 season by the NHL's Board of Governors. Detroit also tied the Buffalo Sabres for the best overall record in 2007, but Buffalo took home the trophy on a tie-breaker.
  • The Detroit Red Wings topped the 50-win plateau for the third consecutive season in 2007-08, and the fifth time in franchise history. Detroit finished with a 54-21-7 record, good for 115 points. In 2005-06, The Red Wings finished 58-16-8 (124 points) and in 2006-07 they posted a record of 50-19-13 (113 points). This marks only the fourth time in NHL history that a team has won 50 or more games in three consecutive seasons. Montreal was the last to accomplish the feat in four consecutive season from 1975-76 through 1978-79.
  • The Detroit Red Wings qualified for the postseason for the 17th consecutive season in 2007-08 - the longest current streak in professional sports. Detroit has also quailified as a top-4 seed in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for 16 consecutive seasons.


    THIS DATE IN RED WINGS HISTORY
    February 7, 1956 - Mr. Hockey, Gordie Howe scored the 300th goal of his NHL career against the Chicago Blackhawks and goaltender Al Rollins, who also allowed Howe's 200th.

    February 7, 1965 - Detroit's Gordie Howe became the first player in NHL history to score 100 career goals against every opposing team in the league during a 6-0 win over the visiting Montreal Canadiens.


    HOME SWEET HOME FOR CONKS
    Red Wings G Ty Conklin will make his 11th start at home this season when he takes the nets for this afternoon's game against the Oilers. Below is a look at Conklin's first 10 starts in a Wings uniform at Joe Louis Arena:
  • 9-1 overall record at home
  • Four shutouts in 10 starts at home (11/17 vs EDM, 12/18 vs SJS, 12/30 vs CHI and 1/6 vs CBJ)
  • In his last six home starts, Conklin has:
    -allowed six total goals.
    -three shutouts and two one-goal games.
    -stopped 159 of 165 shots for a SV% of .964.
  • Conklin is 8-0 in his last eight home starts.
  • Conklin's only loss at home was 11/26 vs MTL.


    DRAPER PLAYS IN CAREER GAME #1000, SETS HIS SIGHTS ON 1,000 IN A WINGS UNIFORM
    Red Wings C Kris Draper played in the 1,000th game of his NHL career on Monday night (2/2) against the St. Louis Blues. He became just the 235th player in NHL history to accomplish the feat. It was his 980th game in a Red Wings uniform. He also played in 20 games over three seasons with the Winnipeg Jets (1990-93). He has amassed 322 points in his NHL career (144-178--322), 738 PIM, 1,529 shots on goal, 21 short-handed goals, 20 game-winning goals and is a +74 for his career. He has been an integral part of four Stanley Cup championships during his time in Detroit (1997, 1998, 2002 and 2008). Draper also took home the Selke Trophy as the NHL's best defensive forward in 2004.

    Draper is now taking aim at becoming just the fifth player in team history to play 1,000 games in a Red Wings uniform:
    Gordie Howe - 1,687
    Alex Delvecchio - 1,549
    Steve Yzerman - 1,514
    Nicklas Lidstrom - 1,300
    Draper - 981


    HANK'S A Z-TROITER FOR LIFE AFTER NEW 12-YEAR DEAL
    The Detroit Red Wings announced during a press conferece held Wed., Jan. 28 at Joe Louis Arena that the team and forward Henrik Zetterberg have agreed to a new 12-year contract. Zetterberg, 28, is currently in his sixth season in the National Hockey League. He has played all 400 games of his career in a Red Wings uniform. During that time, Zetterberg has developed into one of the most dynamic two-way players in the NHL. Last season he set new career highs with 43 goals (5th NHL), 49 assists (21st NHL), 92 points (6th NHL) and 358 shots on goal (2nd NHL). He was also a finalist for the Selke Trophy as the league's best defensive forward (won by teammate Pavel Datsyuk).

    "Henrik is one of the world's premier players at both ends of the ice" Red Wings GM Ken Holland said. "This is a tremendous commitment on the part of the organization as well as by Henrik. We feel he is moving into the prime of his career and is another key to ensuring the long-term success of this franchise. We are thrilled that a player we have drafted and developed will play out his career in Detroit with this lifetime contract."

    Zetterberg enjoyed a stellar postseason run in 2008 as well. He set a franchise record with 27 points (13-14--27) in 22 postseason games en route to claiming the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoffs MVP. He scored the Stanley Cup clinching goal in Detroit's Game 6 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 2008 Stanley Cup Final.


    WINGS LOOK TO RAKE ASIDE THE LEAFS
    The Detroit Red Wings are currently tied with the Toronto Maple Leafs for third place on the all-time regular season wins list. Below is a look at the clubs who have won the most regular season games in NHL history:
    1. Montreal - 3,009
    2. Boston - 2,708
    T-3. Detroit - 2,554
    T-3. Toronto - 2,554


    WINTER CLASSIC ON NBC DELIVERS BIGGEST TELEVISION AUDIENCE IN NEARLY 34 YEARS
    The NHL's Winter Classic drew the biggest television audience for a regular-season NHL game in nearly 34 years. The Detroit Red Wings' 6-4 win over the Chicago Blackhawks at Wrigley Field on New Year's Day attracted an average of 4.4 million U.S. viewers on NBC, the network said Monday. That's the most since a Philadelphia-New York Rangers game on February 23, 1975, according to Nielsen Media Research.
    "Year one was an extraordinary experience. Year two was the establishment of what promises to be a great tradition," said NBC Sports President Ken Schanzer.

    Top 10 Metered Markets:
    1. Chicago 11.8/21
    2. Detroit 10.5/20
    3. Buffalo 10.1/20
    4. St. Louis 5.3/10
    5. Pittsburgh 4.4/8
    6. Denver 4.2/10
    7. Providence 3.5/7
    8. Indianapolis 3.4/6
    9. West Palm Beach 3.3/6
    10. Orlando 3.2/5


    LIDSTROM SKATES PAST SOME OF THE ALL-TIME GREATS
    With his three assists 12/20 vs LA, Red Wings captain Nicklas Lidstrom moved past legendary defenseman Larry Robinson into 8th all-time in career points by a defenseman.
    All-Time D Points Leaders:
    1. Ray Bourque - 1,579 (410g, 1,169a)
    2. Paul Coffey - 1,531 (396g, 1,135a)
    3. Al MacInnis - 1,274 (340g, 934a)
    4. Phil Housley - 1,232 (338g, 894a)
    5. Larry Murphy - 1,216 (287g, 929a)
    6. Denis Potvin - 1,052 (310g, 742a)
    7. Brian Leetch - 1,028 (247g, 781a)
    8. Nicklas Lidstrom - 972 (220g, 752a)
    9. Larry Robinson - 958 (208g, 750a)
    10. Chris Chelios - 948 (185g, 763a)

    With his assist 1/14 at ANA, Lidstrom moved past Larry Robinson into 8th place in all-time assists by a defenseman and now sits just 11 assists behind teammate Chris Chelios for 7th place all-time:
    All-Time D Assists Leaders:
    1. Ray Bourque - 1,169
    2. Paul Coffey - 1,135
    3. Al MacInnis - 934
    4. Larry Murphy - 929
    5. Phil Housley - 894
    6. Brian Leetch - 781
    7. Chris Chelios - 763
    8. Nicklas Lidstrom - 752
    9. Larry Robinson - 750
    10. Denis Potvin - 742

    With his game-winning PPG 2/4 vs. PHX, Lidstrom passed Brian Leetch and moved into sole possession of 8th place all-time PPG by a defenseman. He now sits just two PPG behind former teammate Larry Murphy:
    All-Time PPG Leaders among D:
    1. Ray Bourque - 173
    2. Al MacInnis - 166
    3. Paul Coffey - 135
    4. Phil Housley - 129
    4. Rob Blake - 129
    6. Denis Potvin - 127
    7. Larry Murphy - 114
    8. Nicklas Lidstrom - 112
    9. Brian Leetch - 111

    Earlier this season, Lidstrom moved past former Red Wing Sergei Fedorov into fourth place on the club's all-time scoring list:
    Red Wings Career Scoring Leaders:
    1. Gordie Howe - 1,809 (786g, 1,023a)
    2. Steve Yzerman - 1,755 (692g, 1,063a)
    3. Alex Delvecchio - 1,281 (456g, 825a)
    4. Nicklas Lidstrom - 972 (220g, 752a)
    5. Sergei Fedorov - 954 (400a, 554a)


    OZZIE'S CLIMBING THE RANKS AND ON THE HEELS OF SOME FORMER WINGS
    With his victory 12/13 at Phoenix, Red Wings goaltender Chris Osgood moved into 12th place all-time in career wins by a goaltender. Ozzie (now at 380 career wins) is on the heels of a few former teammates as he stands five wins behind Mike Vernon on the all-time list and nine wins behind his teammate from last year, Dominik Hasek.
    All-Time Leaders:
    1. Patrick Roy - 551
    2. Martin Brodeur - 544
    3. Ed Belfour - 484
    4. Curtis Joseph - 450
    5. Terry Sawchuk - 447
    6. Jacques Plante - 437
    7. Tony Esposito - 423
    8. Glenn Hall - 407
    9. Grant Fuhr - 403
    10. Dominik Hasek - 389
    11. Mike Vernon - 385
    12. Chris Osgood - 380
    13. John Vanbiesbrouck - 374
    14. Andy Moog - 372
    15. Tom Barrasso - 369


    RED WINGS MILESTONES ON THE RADAR
    Niklas Kronwall - 1 point shy of 100 for his NHL career
    Tomas Holmstrom - 2 games shy of 800 for his NHL career



    RED WINGS APPROACHING MILESTONES IN 2008-09
    Mike Babcock - 5 wins to 200 as Head Coach of the Detroit Red Wings
    Chris Chelios - 52 points to 1000; 15 goals to 200
    Dan Cleary - 8 goals to 100; 17 games to 600
    Pavel Datsyuk - 5 games to 500; 14 points to 500
    Kris Draper - 6 goals to 150
    Tomas Holmstrom - 2 games to 800; 11 goals to 200
    Niklas Kronwall - 1 point to 100
    Nicklas Lidstrom - 28 points to 1000
    Kirk Maltby - 10 games to 1000
    Darren McCarty - 41 games to 800; 12 points to 300; 23 PIM to 1500
    Chris Osgood - 3 shutouts to 50; 20 wins to 400
    Brad Stuart - 24 assists to 200


    MILESTONES ACCOMPLISHED IN 2008-09
    Brett Lebda - 200th NHL game (10/11 at OTT)
    Andreas Lilja - 400th NHL game (10/11 at OTT)
    Marian Hossa - 300th career goal (10/18 vs NYR)
    Ken Holland - 500th regular season win as General Manager of the Detroit Red Wings (10/27 at LA)
    Mikael Samuelsson - 400th NHL game (11/13 at TB)
    Tomas Holmstrom - 400th career NHL point (11/14 at FLA)
    Niklas Kronwall - 200th career NHL game (11/26 vs MTL)
    Pavel Datsyuk - 300th career NHL assist (11/28 vs CBJ)
    Brad Stuart - 600th career NHL game (11/28 vs CBJ)
    Johan Franzen - 100th career NHL point (12/1 vs ANA)
    Jiri Hudler - 200th career NHL game (12/10 vs CGY)
    Mike Babcock - 250th career NHL win (12/10 vs CGY)
    Jiri Hudler - 100th career NHL point (1/1 at CHI)
    Henrik Zetterberg - 200th career NHL assist (1/1 at CHI)
    Brian Rafalski - 400th career NHL point (1/17 at SJ)
    Valtteri Filppula - 200th career NHL game (1/17 at SJ)
    Mikael Samuelsson - 200th career NHL point (1/20 at PHX)
    Henrik Zetterberg - 400th career NHL game (1/28 at CBJ)
    Kris Draper - 1,000th career NHL game (2/2 vs STL)
    Nicklas Lidstrom - 1,300th career NHL game (2/4 vs PHX)


    PLAYING IT TIGHT
    41 of the first 51 games the Red Wings have played this season have been decided by two goals or less, including 29 games decided by just one-goal. The largest margin of victory by the Wings this season is six goals (6-0, 12/18 vs SJS) while the largest margin of defeat is three goals (4-1, 11/29 at BOS and 6-3, 1/20 at PHX). Below is a look at how Detroit has fared in 2008-09:
  • Detroit is 18-4-7 in one-goal games.
  • Detroit is 7-5 in two-goal games.
  • Detroit is 3-2 in three-goal games.
  • Detroit is 3-0 in four-goal games.
  • Detroit is 1-0 in five-goal games.
  • Detroit is 1-0 in six-goal games.


    POWER SURGE
  • The Red Wings currently have the top ranked power-play in the National Hockey League at 27.3% (60-220).
  • In the last five games, Detroit has gone 5-20 on the power-play (25%).
  • In the last five home games, Detroit has gone 5-21 on the power-play (23.8%).
  • Detroit has gone 24-108 on the PP at home (22.2%) and a league best 36-112 on the road (32.1%).
  • Detroit has gone 54-203 while holding a 5 on 4 man advantage, 5-15 while 5 on 3, and 1-2 while 4 on 3.
  • Detroit is led by Pavel Datsyuk, Johan Franzen and Tomas Holmstrom who have each tallied eight times on the power-play.


    BREAKING DOWN THE PK BREAK DOWN
  • Detroit has given up 50 PP goals against in the 218 times they have been shorthanded this season (77.1% - 27th NHL).
  • Detroit has killed 81.9% (17 ppga, 94 times shorthanded) of penalties taken at home - 16th NHL.
  • Detroit has given up eight PPG in the last three home games (16 total opportunities). DAL (1/29) and STL (2/2) each scored three times on the power-play against the Wings, while PHX (2/4) scored twice with the man-advantage. Prior to those three games, the Red Wings had gone seven straight home games withoutallowing a PPG against.
  • Detroit has killed 73.4% of penalties taken on the road (33 ppga, 124 times shorthanded) - 30th NHL.
  • In the last five games, Detroit has killed 12 of 22 power-play attempts by opponents (54.5%).
  • In the last five home games, Detroit has killed off 12 of 20 power-play attempts by opponents (60%).
  • Detroit has allowed a power-play goal in seven straight games. The last time the Wings did not allow an opponent to tally on the PP was 1/15 at LA when the WIngs shutout the Kings 4-0.
  • Detroit has given up 42 PP goals against in 197 times shorthanded while 5 on 4 (78.6% PK).
  • Detroit has given up 6 PP goals against in 17 times shorthanded while 5 on 3 (64.7% PK).
  • Detroit has given up 2 PP goals in 4 times shorthanded while 4 on 3 (50% PK).


    ROAD RAGE
  • Detroit has picked up the third most road points in the NHL this season with 35 points in 27 road games (15-7-5). The Boston Bruins currently lead the NHL with 43 points in 28 road games (20-5-3). The New Jersey Devils have 36 road points (17-7-2) in 26 road games.
  • In 2007-08, Detroit had the second best road record in the NHL (25-12-4).
  • In 2005-06, Detroit set an NHL record with 31 road victories.


    DOMINATING THE DOTS
    The Red Wings currently lead the National Hockey League in team face-off percentage at 55.7%. All six of Detroit's main men on the draw have won at least 50.6% of their face-offs taken in 2008-09:
  • Draper - 61.1% (395W-251L)
  • Franzen - 58.6% (78W-55L)
  • Datsyuk - 57% (478W-360L)
  • Zetterberg - 54% (386W-329L)
  • Cleary - 51.1% (46W-44L)
  • Filppula - 50.1% (220W-215L)


    RAPID FIRE
    The Detroit Red Wings currently lead the NHL with an average of 35.6 shots on goal per game. Detroit has been held under 30 shots on goal just seven times in 2008-09 (including four straight games 1/27 - 2/2) while racking up 35+ shots on goal 30 times and 40+ shots on goal 12 times. Detroit is led by Marian Hossa who has fired 219 shots on opposing goaltenders.


    HIT PARADE
    Brad Stuart has provided a big physical presence on the blueline for the Red Wings since they acquired him from the Los Angeles Kings at the trade deadline last season. Below is a look at the hit leaders for Detroit in 2008-09:
  • Brad Stuart - 119 hits
  • Tomas Kopecky - 83 hits
  • Andreas Lilja - 81 hits
  • Johan Franzen - 70 hits
  • Kris Draper - 66 hits


    BLOCK PARTY
    A look at the Wings' leaders in blocked shots in 2008-09:
  • Niklas Kronwall - 73 blocked shots
  • Andreas Lilja - 72 blocked shots
  • Brad Stuart - 58 blocked shots
  • Brian Rafalski - 44 blocked shots
  • Nicklas Lidstrom - 42 blocked shots


    DETROIT'S 2008-09 RECORD WHEN.....
    At home: 18-4-21-goal games: 18-4-7Getting 30+ SOG: 30-8-6
    On the road: 15-7-5Leading after 1: 15-1-4Less than 30 SOG: 3-3-1
    Overtime: 2-6Leading after 2: 20-0-3Scoring a PPG: 24-6-7
    Shootout: 5-1Trailing after 1: 7-5-2No PPG Allowed: 15-2-1
    October: 7-2-2Trailing after 2: 6-8-0Scoring First: 24-4-4
    November: 8-2-2Scoring 4+ goals: 24-1-3Trailing First: 9-7-3
    December: 9-3-1Scoring 3 or less: 9-10-4
    January: 7-4-2Allowing 4+ goals 8-6-5
    February: 2-0-0Allowing 3 or less: 25-5-2
    March:Outshooting opp: 30-9-4
    April:Oushot by opp: 3-2-1

    THE 2008-09 WINGS IN BACK TO BACK GAMES
    The Detroit Red Wings have played seven (out of 16) sets of consecutive night games scheduled for 2008-09. Below is a look at how the Wings have fared in back-to-back games this season:
    Overall: 8-4-2
    1st Game: 4-2-1
    2nd Game: 4-2-1


    WINGS MANAGEMENT AND SCOUTS UNCOVER HIDDEN GEMS
    From 1997 through 2006, the Detroit Red Wings entered the NHL Draft with just three first round draft picks. The Wings chose defensemen with each first round pick:
    Year Player Round Overall
    1998 Jiri Fischer 1st 25th
    2000 Niklas Kronwall 1st 29th
    2005 Jakub Kindl 1st 19th

    A look at how Detroit's management and scouting staff drafted the 2008-09 team:
    Year Player Round Overall
    1989 Nicklas Lidstrom 3rd 53rd
    1991 Chris Osgood 3rd 54th
    1992 Darren McCarty 2nd 46th
    1994 Tomas Holmstrom 10th 257th
    1998 Pavel Datsyuk 6th 171st
    1999 Henrik Zetterberg 7th 210th
    2000 Niklas Kronwall 1st 29th
    Tomas Kopecky 2nd 38th
    2002 Jiri Hudler 2nd 58th
    Valtteri Filppula 3rd 95th
    Derek Meech 7th 229th
    2003 Jimmy Howard 2nd 64th
    2004 Johan Franzen 3rd 97th

    Other notable draft picks currently in Grand Rapids:
    2002 Jonathan Ericsson 9th 291st
    2004 Mattias Ritola 4th 103rd
    2005 Darren Helm 5th 132nd

    A look at how the rest of the 2008-09 Red Wings were built:
    Chris Chelios Trade - 3/23/99 (from CHI for Anders Eriksson plus 1999 and 2001 first-round picks)
    Dan Cleary Signed as a free agent (10/4/05)
    Ty Conklin Singed as a free agent (7/1/08)
    Kris Draper Trade - 6/30/93 (from WPG for future considerations)
    Marian Hossa Signed as a free agent (7/2/08)
    Brett Lebda Signed as a free agent (7/21/04)
    Andreas Lilja Signed as a free agent (8/24/05)
    Kirk Maltby Trade - 3/20/96 (from EDM for Dan McGillis)
    Brian Rafalski Signed as a free agent (7/1/07)
    Mikael Samuelsson Signed as a free agent (9/17/05)
    Brad Stuart Trade - 2/26/08 (from LA for 2nd round pick in 2008 and 4th round pick in 2009)


    DOWN ON THE FARM
    Howard nominated the Reebok X-Pulse/AHL Goaltender of the Month
    Grand Rapids G Jimmy Howard has been nominated for the 'Reebok X-Pulse/AHL Goaltender of the Month' for the month of January. In eight games played, Howard went 5-2-1 with a 1.86 GAA, a .939 SV% and 1 shutout. The highlight of his month came when Howard made a career-high 43 saves in regulation and overtime, and then stopped all five chances in a shootout to preserve a 1-0 win over the Quad City Flames.

    A look at the statistical leaders from Detroit's AHL affiliate, the Grand Rapids Griffins.
    (Through games played 2/6)
    Player GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH
    Darren Haydar 49 17 26 43 -14 24 8 1
    x-Ville Leino 44 11 26 37 0 14 5 1
    Mattias Ritola 47 15 17 32 -2 26 5 1
    Evan McGrath 42 10 22 32 13 10 3 1
    Justin Abdelkader 46 14 17 31 -6 61 6 0
    x-Darren Helm 37 11 20 31 0 16 4 2
    Francis Pare 34 15 15 30 16 6 2 0
    Jakub Kindl 50 5 23 28 -12 54 3 0
    Garrett Stafford 43 7 17 24 5 20 5 0

    Goaltenders GP W L OT GAA SV% SO
    Jimmy Howard 28 14 10 3 2.36 .917 3
    Daniel Larsson 25 17 5 1 2.45 .921 5

    x-currently with Detroit


    2008-09 RED WINGS SHOOTOUT DETAILS....
    Player
    Total
    Shots
    Total Goals
    Game Deciding Goals
    Home Shots
    Home
    Goals
    Home
    GDG
    Road Shots
    Road
    Goals
    Road
    GDG
    Datsyuk
    7
    4
    3
    2
    1
    1
    5
    3
    2
    Zetterberg
    6
    2
    0
    1
    0
    0
    5
    2
    0
    Hossa
    3
    2
    2
    2
    1
    1
    1
    1
    1
    Hudler
    4
    2
    1
    1
    1
    0
    3
    1
    1
    Franzen
    1
    0
    0
    -
    -
    -
    1
    0
    0
    Player
    Total
    W-L
    Total
    SA
    Total
    GA
    Total
    SV%
    Home
    W-L
    Home
    SA
    Home
    GA
    Home
    SV%
    Road
    W-L
    Road
    SA
    Road
    GA
    Road
    SV%
    Conklin
    2-1
    10
    2
    .800
    1-0
    3
    0
    1.000
    1-1
    7
    2
    .714
    Osgood
    4-0
    11
    2
    .818
    1-0
    3
    1
    .667
    3-0
    8
    1
    .875


    DETROIT RED WINGS ALL-TIME
    1926-2008 2008-09 Total
    Games 5,566 51 5,617
    Wins 2,521 33 2,554
    Losses 2,186 11 2,197
    Ties 815 - 815
    Overtime Losses 28 6 34
    Shootout Losses 16 1 17
    Goals For 17,352 188 17,540
    Goals Against 16,566 151 16,717
    Points 5,901 73 5,974


    2008-09 RED WINGS TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL HIGHS AND LOWS
    Team
    Most Consecutive Games Won6, 12/30 vs CHI - 1/10 vs BUF
    Most Consecutive Games Earning A Point10, 12/27 at COL - 1/15 at LA
    Most Consecutive Games Lost5, 1/17 at SJ - 1/31 at WSH
    Most Goals For - Game6, 7x, 10/25 @ CHI, 11/11 vs PIT, 12/4 vs VAN, 12/18 vs SJS, 12/20 vs LA , 1/1 @ CHI and 1/8 vs DAL
    Most Goals Against - Game7, 11/11 vs PIT
    Most Goals For - Period3, 13x, Most Recent: 2/2 vs STL - 2nd period
    Most Goals Against - Period4, 11/11 vs PIT - 3rd period
    Most Power Play Goals - Game3, 4x, Most Recent: 1/20 at PHX
    Most Power Play Goals Against - Game3, 5x, 10/29 @ ANA, 12/27 at COL, 1/1 at CHI, 1/29 vs DAL and 2/2 vs STL
    Most Power Play Attempts - Game9, 1/8 vs DAL
    Most Power Play Attempts Against - Game8, 2x, 10/25 @ CHI and 10/29 @ ANA
    Most Shots On Goal - Game48, 1/10 vs BUF
    Most Shots On Goal - Period23, 1/10 vs BUF - 3rd period
    Most Shots Against - Game49, 1/12 at DAL
    Most Shots Against - Period23, 1/12 at DAL - 2nd period
    Fewest Shots On Goal - Game21, 2/2 vs STL
    Fewest Shots On Goal - Period2, 2/2 vs STL - 1st period
    Fewest Shots Against - Game16, 11/28 vs CBJ
    Fewest Shots Against - Period2, 1/27 at CBJ - 3rd period
    Most PIM, both teams - game44, 10/29 @ ANA
    Most PIM, Red Wings - game25, 2/2 vs STL
    Fewest PIM, both teams - game8, 1/10 vs BUF
    Fewest PIM, Red Wings - game2, 1/10 vs BUF
    Individual
    Most Goals - Game2, by 7 Different Players, Most Recent - Hossa 2/4 vs PHX
    Most Assists - Game3, by 4 different players, Lidstrom 12/20 vs LA, Hossa 1/1 at CHI, Zetterberg 1/1 at CHI and Kronwall 1/8 vs DAL
    Most Points - Game4, Datsyuk (2-2--4) 12/18 vs SJS
    Most Shots - Game9, Zetterberg (2x) 11/13 at TB and 12/27 at COL
    Most PIM - Game15, Lilja 2/2 vs STL
    Most Power Play Goals - Game2, Lidstrom 1/20 at PHX
    Most Shorthanded Goals - Game1, by 3 Different Players, Draper 11/28 vs CBJ, Franzen 12/13 at PHX and Datsyuk 12/23 vs STL
    Most Game-Winning Goals - Season6, Franzen
    Most OT Goals - Season1, by 2 Different Players, Hossa 10/18 vs NYR and Lidstrom 12/10 vs CGY
    Most Consecutive Games With A Goal4, by 3 Different Players, Holmstrom (10/13-10/22), Franzen (11/11-11/17), Hossa (1/6-1/12)
    Most Consecutive Games With An Assist6, Hossa, 10/13 @ CAR - 10/25 @ CHI
    Most Consecutive Games With A Point9, by 2 Different Players, Hossa, 10/13 @ CAR - 10/30 @ SJ and Datsyuk 12/13 at PHX - 1/1 at CHI


    MIKE AND MARIAN ILITCH CURRENTLY IN THEIR 27TH YEAR AS OWNERS OF THE RED WINGS
    Red Wings owners Mike and Marian Ilitch are currently in their 27th year of ownership of the team. In their first 26 years, they restructured a struggling franchise that had failed to qualify for the playoffs in 11 of the previous 12 seasons. Two of the first decisions made by the new owners were to hire Jim Devellano as general manager and draft Steve Yzerman with their first selection in the 1983 NHL Entry Draft. Their successes as owners include four Stanley Cup Championships, six Presidents' Trophies, and 14 Division titles.



    INDIVIDUAL NOTES

    HEAD COACH MIKE BABCOCK
  • Currently has 264 wins in 5+ seasons as a head coach in the NHL
  • Currently has 195 wins in 3+ seasons as head coach of the Detroit Red Wings.
    2007-08:
  • Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock made NHL history by becoming the first coach to guide a team to three consecutive 50-win seasons in his first three seasons with a team.
  • Was a finalist for the Jack Adams Award as the NHL's Coach of the Year.
  • Won the Sporting News' 2008 NHL Coach of the Year Award, as voted on by his peers.
  • Won his 200th NHL game (12/15/07 vs. FLA).

    #3 ANDREAS LILJA
  • Leads the team with 51 PIM (tied for 101st among all NHL players).
  • Currently has nine assists in 2008-09 (career high is 13).
  • Named by the Red Wings and Carhartt as the 'Hardest Working Player of the Month' for November.
  • Second on team with 72 blocked shots and third with 81 hits.
  • Had a career long four game point streak 11/17 vs EDM - 11/24 at VAN.

    #5 NICKLAS LIDSTROM
  • Played in the 1,300th game of his NHL career 2/4 vs PHX.
  • Has recorded 10 points (3-7--10) over his last 13 games played.
  • Moved past Brian Leetch into sole possession of 8th place all-time in power-play goals by a defenseman with his game-winning PP goal 2/4 vs PHX (Lidstrom 112, Leetch 111).
  • Moved past Larry Robinson into 8th place in all-time assists by a defenseman with his helper on 1/14 at ANA.
  • Moved past Larry Robinson into 8th all-time in career points by a defenseman with three points 12/20 vs LA.
  • Since he entered the league in 1991-92, Nicklas Lidstrom leads the NHL in plus-minus rating. Below is a look at the top five plus-minus ratings during that span:
    1. Nicklas Lidstrom +395
    2. Scott Stevens +282
    3. Jaromir Jagr +279
    4. Chris Chelios +256
    5. Sergei Fedorov +253
    2007-08:
  • Won his third consecutive Norris Trophy as the NHL's best defenseman and his sixth in the last seven seasons played. Only Bobby Orr (8) and Doug Harvey (7) have won more.
  • Led the NHL in points by a defenseman with 70 (10g, 60a).
  • Lidstrom and partner Brian Rafalski finished as the highest scoring defensive pair in the NHL (125 points on 23g, 102a).
  • Finished second in the NHL in plus-minus (+40, behind only Datsyuk's +41).
  • Registered his 900th NHL point (assist) 12/22 at MIN.
  • Registered his 700th NHL assist 1/2 vs DAL.
  • Played in his 1,200th game on 11/27 vs CGY.

    #11 DAN CLEARY
  • Snapped a five game pointless streak with two assists 2/4 vs PHX.

    #13 PAVEL DATSYUK
  • Has recorded at least one point in his last six games played (0-9--9).
  • Has recorded 14 points (1-13--14) in his last nine games played.
  • Has 36 points (11-25--36) in his last 22 games played.
  • Has 50 points (18-32--50) in his last 40 games played.
  • Has recorded at least one point in 19 of his last 22 games played.
  • Currently leads the Red Wings with 61 points (19-40--59), leads the team with 42 assists, leads the team at +25, leads the team with 22 power play points (8-14--22) and is tied for the team lead with 8 PPG (Holmstrom, Franzen).
  • Recorded his 18th multi-point game of the season 2/4 vs PHX (0-2--2).
  • Named the NHL's First Star of the Week for the week ending Jan. 18 posting (1-6--7) in four road games.
  • Had a nine game point streak from 12/13 at PHX through 1/1 at CHI (8-9--17 during streak).
  • Has scored two goals in a game 18 times during his NHL career, but has yet to record a regular season hat trick. His only career hat trick came against the Dallas Stars on 5/12/08 in Game Three of last year's Western Conference Finals.
    2007-08:
  • Led the Red Wings in scoring for the third consecutive season, joining Ted Lindsay, Gordie Howe and Steve Yzerman as the only players in franchise history to do so.
  • Set new career highs with 31 goals and 97 points.
  • Finished second in the NHL with 66 assists.
  • Finished third in the NHL with 97 points.
  • Finished third in the NHL with 40 power play points.
  • Was the only Red Wings player to appear in all 82 games during the regular season.
  • Led the NHL in plus-minus at +41.
  • Won his third consecutive Lady Byng Trophy.
  • Won his first Selke Trophy as the NHL's best defensive forward.

    #18 KIRK MALTBY
  • Scored one goal and added an assist 1/15 at LA, his first multi-point game since Nov. 9, 2007 vs CBJ (0-2--2).
  • Currently 10 games shy of 1,000 for his NHL career.

    #21 VILLE LEINO
  • Scored the first goal of his NHL career in his first NHL game 1/31 at WSH.
  • Registered the first assist of his NHL career in his second NHL game 2/2 vs STL.

    #22 BRETT LEBDA
  • At a recent aution on NHL.com, the bidding for a game worn Winter Classic jersey of Chicago native Brett Lebda topped out at $1,520.00. Meanwhile, the puck Lebda scored his third period goal with at the Winter Classic went for $1,411.00.

    #23 BRAD STUART
  • Currently leads the Red Wings with 119 hits on the season.

    #24 CHRIS CHELIOS
  • Played in his 880th career regular season victory on 1/6 vs CBJ, setting a new NHL record. Chelios currently has 883 regular season victories and has appeared in 220 victories with the Montreal Canadiens, 309 victories with the Chicago Blackhawks and 354 victories with the Detroit Red Wings.

    #26 JIRI HUDLER
  • Has nine points (2-7--9) over the last 11 games.
  • Has scored a career high 17 goals so far this season (previous high was 15).
  • Currently one point shy of his career high (42 points in 2007-08).
  • His 41 points this season (17-24--41) have all come over the last 47 games after being held without a point for the first four games of 2008-09.
  • Has recorded 19 points on the power play (5-14--19).
  • Has recorded 12 multi-point games this season, most recent: 1/15 at LA (0-2--2).
  • Has tallied 29 points (14-15--29) in the last 34 games.
  • Currently fifth on the team with 17 goals (Hossa-28, Franzen-22, Datsyuk-19, Zetterberg-18).

    #28 BRIAN RAFALSKI
  • Has recorded 13 points (3-10--13) over the last 17 games.
  • Leads all Red Wings defensemen in scoring with 37 points (7-29--37).
  • His 37 points are tied for fifth among all NHL defensemen.
  • Was named the NHL's second star of the week for the week ending Jan. 4.
  • Rafi Sets New Franchise Record - Brian Rafalski set a new Wings franchise record for a defenseman by recording at least one point in seven consecutive games to start the 2008-09 season (10/9-10/24). He broke the old record of five games shared by both Nicklas Lidstrom (2006-07) and Larry Murphy (1999-00).

    #29 TY CONKLIN
  • Currently 16-7-1 on the season with a 2.38 GAA, a .915 SV% and a career high five shutouts.
  • Has posted all five of Detroit's shutouts this season (11/17 vs EDM, 4-0, 12/18 vs SJ, 6-0, 12/30 vs CHI, 4-0, 1/16 vs CBJ, 3-0 and 1/15 at LA, 4-0).
  • Four of Conklin's shutouts in 2008-09 have come at home. One has come on the road.
  • His five shutouts are currently tied for second among NHL goaltenders.
  • Has started all three regular season NHL outdoor games for Edmonton, Pittsburgh and Detroit (2-1-0)

    #30 CHRIS OSGOOD
  • Currently has 380 career wins, 12th all-time.
  • Has posted 296 wins in a Wings sweater, the second most in team history (352-Sawchuk).
  • With his victory on 12/13 at PHX, Osgood moved past John Vanbiesbrouck into 12th all-time in career goaltender wins.
  • Improved his career record against the Tampa Bay Lightning to 17-0-0 with Detroit's 4-3 victory 11/13 at TB.
  • Has 18 career points (1g, 17a). Trails only Martin Brodeur (32) and Curtis Joseph (31) in points among active goalies.
    2007-08:
  • Led the NHL in goals against average at 2.09, a personal best in his 14-year career.
  • Led the NHL (with Dominik Hasek) in goals allowed with 184, capturing the William Jennings Trophy.

    #33 KRIS DRAPER
  • Played in the 1000th game of his NHL career 2/2 vs STL.
  • Has won 61.1% of his face-offs taken in 2008-09 to lead Detroit (395W-251L).
  • Scored one goal and added an assist 1/15 at LA, his first multi-point game since Mar. 30, 2007 vs DAL (1-1--2).

    #37 MIKAEL SAMUELSSON
  • Snapped a four game pointless streak with a PPG 2/4 vs PHX.
  • Has recorded nine multi-point games this season, most recent: 1/10 vs BUF (1-1--2), including GWG.
  • Has recorded 18 points on the power play (5-13--18).

    #40 HENRIK ZETTERBERG
  • Signed a 12-year contract with Detroit on 1/28/09, the longest deal in team history.
  • Has recorded 13 points (4-9--13) over his last 12 games played.
  • Has 44 points (18-26--44) in 46 GP this season.
  • Has recorded 18 points on the power play (7-11--18).
  • Has 11 multi-point games this season, most recent: 1/17 at SJ (1-1--2).
  • Currently second on team with 174 shots on goal this season (Hossa-201).
    2007-08:
  • Set career highs with 43 goals, 49 assists, 92 points and 358 shots.
  • Set a new franchise record for consecutive games with at least one point to start a season (17 games from 10/3-11/11).
  • Finished second in the NHL with 358 shots on goal - the second highest total in Red Wings history (Yzerman-388 in 1988-89).
  • Finished fifth in the NHL with 43 goals - the highest total by a Red Wings player since Brendan Shanahan in 1996-97.
  • Was a finalist for the Selke Trophy as the NHL's best defensive forward (won by teammate Pavel Datsyuk).
  • Won the 2008 Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff MVP.

    #51 VALTTERI FILPPULA
  • Has recorded eight points (1-7--8) over the last 11 games.
  • Recorded his fourth multi-point game of the season 2/4 vs PHX (0-2--2).

    #55 NIKLAS KRONWALL
  • Has 11 points (0-11---11) in his last 11 games played (missed 1/10 vs BUF with flu).
  • Had played 48 straight games with 20+ minutes of ice time (games in which he has played) before logging 19:40 on 2/4 vs PHX. The only other game this season in which he played and did not exceed 20 minutes of ice time was opening night, 10/9 vs TOR (19:23).

    #81 MARIAN HOSSA
  • Has recorded 18 points (11-7--18) over the last 15 games.
  • Leads the Red Wings with 28 goals.
  • Second on Detroit with 52 points (28g, 24a).
  • Has 15 multi-point games this season, most recent: 2/4 vs PHX (2-0--2).
  • Currently leads the team with 219 shots on goal.
  • Hossa recorded his 300th career goal in overtime on 10/18 against the New York Rangers. It was also Hossa's first goal in a Red Wings uniform.
  • Nine game point streak from 10/13-10/30.
  • Named the NHL's third star of the week for the week ending October 26th.

    #93 JOHAN FRANZEN
  • Has six points over his last nine games played (4-2--6).
  • Has recorded 11 points (8-3--11) over last 16 games.
  • Has 34 points (22-12--34) in 45 games played this season.
  • Currently second on the team with 22 goals (Hossa-28).
  • Currently leads team with 6 game-winning goals (tied 3rd in NHL).
  • Has scored 50 goals in his last 77 games played, including the 2008 playoffs.
  • Has scored 37 goals over his last 61 regular season games played.

    #96 TOMAS HOLMSTROM
  • Has 16 points over the last 20 games (7-9--16).
  • Currently tied for the team lead with 8 PPG (Datsyuk, Franzen).
  • Currently second in NHL with a 23.7% shooting percentage.


    THE LAST TIME......
    Detroit had a shutout:
    Home: 1/6/09, 3-0 vs Columbus (Conklin)
    Away: 1/15/09, 4-0 at Los Angeles (Conklin)

    Detroit was shutout:
    Home: 12/31/07, 2-0 vs St. Louis (Manny Legace)
    Away: 2/22/08, 1-0 at Calgary (Mikka Kiprusoff)

    A Detroit player scored an overtime goal:
    Home: 12/10/08, Nicklas Lidstrom vs Calgary (Curtis McElhinney)
    Away: 2/5/08, Brett Lebda at Minnesota (Niklas Backstrom)

    A rival player scored an overtime goal against Detroit:
    Home: 11/11/08, Ruslan Fedotenko vs Pittsburgh (Osgood)
    Away: 1/27/09, Rick Nash at Columbus (Osgood)

    A Detroit player had a three-goal game:
    Home: 3/19/08, Henrik Zetterberg vs Columbus (Fredrik Norrena)
    Away: 2/24/07, Tomas Holmstrom at Nashville (Tomas Vokoun)

    A rival player had a three-goal game:
    Home: 11/11/08, Jordan Staal vs Pittsburgh (Osgood)
    Away: 10/29/08, Teemu Selanne at Anaheim (Osgood)

    A Detroit player had a four-goal game:
    Home: 3/15/01, Brendan Shanahan vs Calgary
    Away: 12/2/95, Vyacheslav Kozlov at Montreal

    A rival player had a four-goal game:
    Home: 1/7/92, Ray Ferraro vs NY Islanders
    Away: 2/24/04, Daniel Sedin at Vancouver

    A Detroit player had a five-goal game:
    Home: 12/26/96, Sergei Fedorov vs Washington
    Away: Never

    A rival player had a five-goal game:
    Home: Never
    Away: 2/2/77, Ian Turnbull at Toronto

    A Detroit player had a penalty shot:
    Home: 12/15/07, Valtteri Filppula vs Florida (Tomas Vokoun) - successful
    Away: 12/10/07, Valtteri Filppula at Nashville (Dan Ellis) - successful

    A rival player had a penalty shot:
    Home: 12/15/08, Jordan Leopold vs Colorado (Osgood) - successful
    Away: 12/29/07, Radim Vrbata at Phoenix (Osgood) - successful

    A Detroit player scored on a penalty shot:
    Home: 12/15/07, Valtteri Filppula vs Florida (Tomas Vokoun) - successful
    Away: 12/10/07, Valtteri Filppula at Nashville (Dan Ellis) - successful

    A Detroit player scored a shothanded goal:
    Home: 12/23/08, Pavel Datsyuk vs St. Louis (Manny Legace)
    Away: 3/22/08, Pavel Datsyuk at Columbus (Fredrik Norrena)

    A Detroit player scored two shorthanded goals in one game:
    Home: Never
    Away: 10/10/02, Kirk Maltby at San Jose (Mikka Kiprusoff)



  • Detroit Red Wings



    Detroit Red Wings Player Game by Game
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    Date Opp # 3 # 5 # 8 # 11 # 13 # 14 # 18
    Oct 9
    Oct 11
    Oct 13
    Oct 16
    Oct 18
    Oct 22
    Oct 24
    Oct 25
    Oct 27
    Oct 29
    Oct 30
    Nov 2
    Nov 8
    Nov 11
    Nov 13
    Nov 14
    Nov 17
    Nov 20
    Nov 22
    Nov 24
    Nov 26
    Nov 28
    Nov 29
    Dec 1
    Dec 4
    Dec 6
    Dec 10
    Dec 12
    Dec 13
    Dec 15
    Dec 18
    Dec 20
    Dec 23
    Dec 26
    Dec 27
    Dec 30
    Jan 1
    Jan 3
    Jan 6
    Jan 8
    Jan 10
    Jan 12
    Jan 14
    Jan 15
    Jan 17
    Jan 20
    Jan 27
    Jan 29
    Jan 31
    Feb 2
    Feb 4
    Vs TOR
    @ OTT
    @ CAR
    Vs VAN
    Vs NYR
    @ STL
    Vs ATL
    @ CHI
    @ L.A
    @ ANA
    @ S.J
    @ VAN
    Vs N.J
    Vs PIT
    @ T.B
    @ FLA
    Vs EDM
    @ EDM
    @ CGY
    @ VAN
    Vs MTL
    Vs CBJ
    @ BOS
    Vs ANA
    Vs VAN
    Vs CHI
    Vs CGY
    @ DAL
    @ PHX
    Vs COL
    Vs S.J
    Vs L.A
    Vs STL
    @ NSH
    @ COL
    Vs CHI
    @ CHI
    @ MIN
    Vs CBJ
    Vs DAL
    Vs BUF
    @ DAL
    @ ANA
    @ L.A
    @ S.J
    @ PHX
    @ CBJ
    Vs DAL
    @ WSH
    Vs STL
    Vs PHX
    0-0 0/0 16:27
    0-0 0/0 14:21
    0-0 1/0 14:58
    0-0 2/0 16:49
    0-0 2/0 21:14
    DND
    DND
    0-0 1/-1 16:09
    0-0 0/0 15:33
    0-0 1/0 16:18
    0-0 2/0 18:05
    0-0 0/-1 21:04
    0-1 1/1 16:22
    0-0 1/-1 15:24
    0-0 0/1 15:51
    0-0 0/0 16:09
    0-1 0/1 16:33
    0-1 2/1 19:17
    0-2 0/2 14:47
    0-1 0/0 15:00
    0-0 1/0 18:00
    0-0 0/0 14:30
    0-0 2/-2 15:09
    0-0 0/0 16:03
    0-1 1/1 13:36
    0-1 0/1 16:13
    0-0 2/0 15:09
    0-0 1/0 15:01
    0-0 4/-2 14:58
    0-0 1/0 10:08
    0-0 0/2 17:51
    1-0 1/0 15:19
    0-0 3/1 21:22
    0-1 2/1 19:11
    0-0 0/0 19:41
    0-0 1/2 18:06
    0-0 1/0 13:51
    0-0 2/0 14:08
    DND
    0-0 0/0 17:24
    0-0 3/2 18:30
    0-0 0/-2 15:47
    0-0 0/0 13:45
    0-0 0/0 18:09
    0-0 1/1 16:56
    0-0 1/-1 19:27
    0-0 1/1 20:38
    1-0 2/1 19:15
    0-0 1/0 15:56
    0-0 0/1 13:23
    0-0 1/1 18:53
    0-0 2/0 24:07
    0-1 5/2 25:58
    1-0 2/1 24:51
    0-2 2/1 23:00
    0-1 4/0 25:40
    1-0 2/0 27:08
    0-0 3/3 23:54
    0-0 1/0 32:01
    0-1 1/-1 28:04
    0-1 1/-1 25:00
    0-0 3/0 20:30
    0-1 2/-2 25:29
    0-0 1/0 24:49
    0-2 0/-2 29:26
    0-1 6/1 24:58
    0-0 3/0 24:26
    0-0 3/1 23:39
    0-2 3/0 26:20
    0-0 2/2 24:10
    0-0 1/0 25:14
    0-0 1/0 23:23
    0-0 2/1 23:32
    0-0 0/-1 21:53
    0-1 3/1 23:11
    1-2 2/0 23:37
    0-0 0/1 24:23
    1-0 (W) 5/2 25:21
    0-0 3/-1 26:47
    0-0 2/1 30:04
    0-0 4/2 25:34
    0-0 3/0 24:39
    0-3 3/2 25:43
    1-1 (W) 2/0 21:42
    0-0 2/0 9:23
    DND
    DND
    0-0 2/2 24:59
    0-1 4/1 28:21
    0-2 3/1 24:39
    0-1 1/-1 21:02
    0-0 2/0 23:09
    0-1 3/2 27:13
    0-1 2/-1 27:33
    0-0 3/0 22:21
    0-0 3/1 24:03
    2-0 3/-2 26:23
    DND
    0-0 2/-1 27:21
    0-0 2/0 25:57
    0-1 0/2 33:32
    1-0 (W) 3/0 26:11
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
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    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
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    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    0-0 2/0 9:25
    0-0 0/0 9:10
    MIN
    0-0 5/-1 14:56
    0-1 3/0 14:08
    0-1 3/1 14:29
    1-0 2/-2 14:57
    0-0 2/-2 13:08
    0-0 3/0 15:05
    1-0 2/1 14:36
    0-0 2/-1 18:26
    0-0 2/0 19:22
    0-2 2/1 19:11
    0-0 4/0 16:46
    0-0 4/0 16:37
    0-0 2/0 16:27
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-1 2/1 14:53
    0-0 1/0 16:09
    0-1 2/1 17:00
    2-0 (W) 3/-1 19:14
    0-2 2/1 15:56
    0-2 3/2 17:04
    0-1 3/0 16:29
    0-0 0/0 17:51
    0-0 1/-1 16:26
    0-1 0/3 15:21
    1-0 (W) 3/0 16:15
    0-0 4/0 13:16
    1-0 2/1 13:37
    0-0 0/0 17:47
    0-0 4/0 16:15
    0-1 3/0 14:39
    0-0 1/0 14:29
    0-0 4/0 14:37
    1-1 (W) 6/1 15:05
    0-0 0/1 17:51
    0-0 3/0 17:21
    1-0 3/0 20:30
    0-0 1/0 17:18
    0-1 2/1 17:50
    0-0 1/-3 18:19
    0-0 1/0 18:06
    0-0 1/-1 15:30
    0-0 3/0 16:15
    0-0 6/0 20:05
    0-2 2/0 19:33
    0-1 5/1 17:14
    0-0 5/0 17:55
    0-1 3/0 19:17
    0-2 1/1 22:04
    0-1 4/1 20:36
    0-2 2/0 20:10
    0-1 1/3 17:50
    1-0 3/1 23:01
    0-0 1/-1 22:06
    2-0 3/0 21:07
    0-0 0/0 18:50
    0-1 1/0 19:13
    0-1 2/1 20:04
    1-0 5/-3 21:41
    1-1 4/1 20:47
    0-1 2/1 19:53
    0-0 3/0 19:56
    1-0 4/-1 18:44
    1-1 4/2 18:20
    1-0 3/0 21:21
    0-0 0/-1 17:14
    0-2 2/0 18:18
    0-0 2/-1 17:37
    0-1 5/1 18:44
    0-0 5/0 20:51
    0-0 3/1 20:42
    0-1 1/0 19:11
    0-0 2/-2 17:55
    0-2 3/1 18:42
    0-1 4/2 19:34
    2-2 4/4 18:28
    1-1 3/0 17:34
    2-1 3/1 16:33
    0-1 3/0 19:24
    1-0 2/1 19:14
    1-1 (W) 7/1 17:18
    1-0 7/2 20:40
    0-0 3/-1 19:59
    1-2 (W) 5/1 19:11
    1-1 1/-1 16:29
    0-0 4/-1 17:46
    1-2 2/3 19:20
    0-2 3/2 19:25
    0-0 3/0 16:30
    0-2 4/1 19:58
    0-2 0/0 14:14
    DND
    0-1 1/0 21:37
    0-1 1/1 20:23
    0-1 0/2 22:17
    0-2 3/1 20:13
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-1 0/1 12:20
    0-0 0/0 7:49
    0-0 0/-1 15:39
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 0/-1 12:00
    0-0 0/1 13:21
    0-0 1/-1 11:49
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-1 0/0 11:14
    0-0 3/0 8:07
    0-0 3/0 6:26
    0-0 0/-1 9:33
    0-0 1/0 5:32
    0-0 1/-2 10:28
    0-0 3/0 7:04
    1-0 1/0 7:21
    0-0 0/0 4:52
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 3/0 9:48
    DND
    0-0 2/0 11:15
    DND
    DND
    0-0 3/0 18:31
    DND
    0-1 3/0 6:51
    DND
    DND
    0-0 2/-1 12:47
    0-0 1/-1 16:33
    DND
    0-0 1/-2 11:23
    DND
    DND
    0-0 0/0 9:25
    0-0 1/0 8:39
    0-0 1/0 9:13
    0-0 1/0 8:05
    0-0 2/0 10:35
    0-0 0/1 9:07
    0-0 1/-1 9:03
    DND
    0-0 0/0 6:57
    0-0 2/0 8:21
    0-0 0/-1 8:33
    0-0 0/0 7:36
    1-0 3/1 8:18
    0-1 0/1 6:33
    0-0 1/-1 8:18
    0-0 0/0 10:38
    0-0 0/0 8:09
    0-0 1/0 10:17
    1-0 3/1 13:07
    0-0 1/-1 10:27
    0-0 1/-1 10:16
    0-0 0/0 8:05
    0-0 1/-1 10:33
    0-0 0/0 10:09
    0-1 0/0 10:21
    DND
    0-0 2/0 6:40
    0-0 1/-1 7:12
    0-0 0/-1 9:27
    0-0 1/0 5:27
    0-0 1/0 10:36
    0-0 0/0 7:08
    0-0 1/0 9:44
    0-0 1/-1 9:37
    0-0 0/0 7:37
    0-0 0/0 11:39
    0-0 1/0 9:21
    0-0 1/0 11:02
    0-0 1/0 9:29
    1-0 4/1 12:19
    0-0 1/0 8:53
    0-0 0/-2 6:15
    DND
    1-1 (W) 2/2 9:23
    0-0 0/0 7:33
    0-0 1/0 9:57
    0-0 1/1 10:16
    0-0 0/0 4:54
    0-0 2/-1 11:47
    1-0 2/1 9:56
    0-0 0/0 7:13
    Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
     
    LEINOLEBDASTUARTCHELIOSMCCARTYHUDLERRAFALSKI
    DateOpp # 21 # 22 # 23 # 24 # 25 # 26 # 28
    Oct 9
    Oct 11
    Oct 13
    Oct 16
    Oct 18
    Oct 22
    Oct 24
    Oct 25
    Oct 27
    Oct 29
    Oct 30
    Nov 2
    Nov 8
    Nov 11
    Nov 13
    Nov 14
    Nov 17
    Nov 20
    Nov 22
    Nov 24
    Nov 26
    Nov 28
    Nov 29
    Dec 1
    Dec 4
    Dec 6
    Dec 10
    Dec 12
    Dec 13
    Dec 15
    Dec 18
    Dec 20
    Dec 23
    Dec 26
    Dec 27
    Dec 30
    Jan 1
    Jan 3
    Jan 6
    Jan 8
    Jan 10
    Jan 12
    Jan 14
    Jan 15
    Jan 17
    Jan 20
    Jan 27
    Jan 29
    Jan 31
    Feb 2
    Feb 4
    Vs TOR
    @ OTT
    @ CAR
    Vs VAN
    Vs NYR
    @ STL
    Vs ATL
    @ CHI
    @ L.A
    @ ANA
    @ S.J
    @ VAN
    Vs N.J
    Vs PIT
    @ T.B
    @ FLA
    Vs EDM
    @ EDM
    @ CGY
    @ VAN
    Vs MTL
    Vs CBJ
    @ BOS
    Vs ANA
    Vs VAN
    Vs CHI
    Vs CGY
    @ DAL
    @ PHX
    Vs COL
    Vs S.J
    Vs L.A
    Vs STL
    @ NSH
    @ COL
    Vs CHI
    @ CHI
    @ MIN
    Vs CBJ
    Vs DAL
    Vs BUF
    @ DAL
    @ ANA
    @ L.A
    @ S.J
    @ PHX
    @ CBJ
    Vs DAL
    @ WSH
    Vs STL
    Vs PHX
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
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    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    DND
    1-0 1/0 12:20
    0-1 0/2 9:56
    DND
    0-0 0/0 16:31
    0-0 0/0 11:43
    0-0 2/-1 12:21
    0-0 1/-2 12:50
    0-0 2/-1 10:36
    0-0 0/0 11:07
    0-0 1/-2 15:10
    0-0 1/-1 9:09
    0-0 1/0 11:12
    0-0 2/0 12:37
    0-0 0/-2 18:20
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 1/1 10:24
    0-0 2/0 15:08
    0-1 0/1 13:55
    0-1 0/0 15:16
    1-0 1/2 12:05
    0-0 1/1 12:23
    0-0 2/0 16:51
    0-0 0/-1 14:58
    0-0 1/-1 15:20
    0-0 1/0 12:34
    0-1 1/1 13:48
    0-0 1/2 15:38
    0-0 0/0 12:06
    1-0 2/0 12:02
    DND
    0-0 1/0 12:06
    0-2 1/3 15:22
    0-0 1/0 12:26
    0-0 2/0 17:49
    0-0 2/0 18:41
    0-0 2/1 13:34
    0-0 1/0 12:02
    1-0 3/1 11:40
    DND
    0-0 2/0 14:11
    0-0 3/1 18:19
    0-1 2/2 13:20
    0-1 0/-1 12:27
    0-0 0/0 7:01
    DND
    0-0 1/0 15:54
    DND
    1-0 3/1 16:47
    0-0 0/0 10:56
    0-0 0/0 14:17
    0-0 1/0 14:24
    0-0 0/0 15:25
    0-1 2/-1 19:56
    0-0 1/0 20:37
    0-0 0/-1 20:24
    0-0 1/-2 21:30
    DND
    0-0 4/1 22:29
    0-0 5/0 17:06
    0-0 2/0 23:07
    0-0 5/1 23:20
    0-0 1/2 21:43
    0-0 2/0 20:59
    0-0 1/0 20:25
    0-0 0/1 20:21
    0-0 0/0 20:48
    0-0 0/-2 21:03
    0-0 0/2 19:56
    0-1 2/1 19:51
    0-0 1/-1 21:38
    0-0 1/0 21:17
    0-0 2/-1 22:48
    0-0 3/-1 15:25
    0-0 3/-1 22:14
    0-0 0/-1 21:14
    0-0 2/0 19:06
    0-0 1/0 19:57
    0-0 1/-2 25:01
    0-0 1/1 22:27
    0-0 3/-1 17:45
    0-0 3/1 21:18
    0-0 3/-1 21:29
    1-0 2/3 18:59
    0-2 3/0 22:08
    0-1 1/1 17:49
    0-0 1/0 19:41
    0-0 5/0 25:40
    0-0 5/1 24:34
    0-0 2/1 19:10
    0-0 1/-1 22:31
    0-0 1/0 14:26
    0-1 1/3 18:26
    0-0 1/0 19:58
    0-1 2/-1 23:26
    0-0 1/1 18:47
    0-0 1/3 13:58
    0-0 1/-2 17:54
    0-0 0/0 3:28
    DND
    INJ
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    INJ
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    INJ
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    INJ
    DND
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    0-0 0/0 10:27
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 0/0 9:15
    0-0 0/0 10:12
    0-0 0/0 1:57
    DND
    0-0 0/0 14:42
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 0/3 13:27
    DND
    0-0 1/-1 9:48
    0-0 0/0 17:08
    0-0 1/0 9:26
    DND
    0-0 0/0 13:07
    0-0 3/0 13:21
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    DND
    DND
    0-0 1/-1 7:03
    0-0 0/0 3:43
    0-0 0/0 3:58
    0-0 1/-1 7:10
    0-0 0/0 6:40
    0-0 0/0 2:21
    1-0 1/0 4:54
    0-0 0/0 3:25
    0-0 0/0 6:24
    0-0 2/0 5:19
    0-0 1/0 7:14
    0-0 0/0 4:12
    0-0 0/0 6:24
    MIN
    MIN
    DND
    DND
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    0-0 0/0 16:23
    0-0 2/1 16:11
    0-0 1/0 14:30
    0-0 1/-3 11:27
    1-0 5/-2 14:23
    0-0 1/-1 10:48
    0-1 1/0 10:37
    1-2 1/1 12:03
    0-1 3/2 14:05
    0-1 2/-1 9:47
    0-0 0/-1 13:49
    0-2 3/0 10:05
    0-0 2/0 12:31
    1-2 2/1 8:34
    0-0 0/0 12:46
    0-0 3/-1 12:43
    1-1 4/1 12:53
    2-0 (W) 4/1 12:51
    1-1 (W) 6/3 11:26
    0-0 3/-1 11:48
    0-0 1/0 16:48
    1-0 3/0 16:29
    1-0 3/-1 13:48
    0-0 2/-1 13:50
    2-0 3/2 12:04
    1-1 2/0 15:36
    0-0 1/0 12:49
    0-1 4/0 16:26
    0-0 0/0 12:11
    0-0 1/1 13:04
    0-1 0/1 11:53
    1-1 1/0 14:07
    0-0 1/0 15:16
    0-1 3/1 14:41
    0-0 4/0 13:34
    0-0 1/1 13:01
    2-1 3/3 14:36
    0-0 2/1 13:43
    0-0 3/0 14:25
    0-0 0/0 13:51
    1-1 2/2 14:28
    0-0 1/0 12:42
    1-0 2/-1 12:56
    0-2 2/1 14:31
    0-1 0/-1 12:30
    0-1 2/-1 16:44
    0-0 1/0 14:04
    0-0 1/-1 11:18
    0-1 3/0 14:02
    0-0 0/0 12:34
    0-1 3/0 12:50
    0-1 3/-1 23:01
    0-1 1/2 22:46
    0-2 2/1 22:56
    1-0 2/0 19:13
    0-1 0/-1 23:07
    0-1 0/0 28:02
    0-2 5/3 24:07
    0-0 5/1 27:29
    0-1 1/-1 23:10
    0-0 4/-2 19:16
    1-0 4/0 19:27
    1-0 1/-1 17:11
    0-1 3/0 20:22
    0-0 2/-2 25:23
    0-0 2/0 20:50
    0-0 2/-2 21:03
    0-0 2/1 20:33
    0-2 0/0 24:58
    0-1 3/2 21:29
    0-0 2/0 21:20
    0-0 1/0 22:38
    0-0 2/1 18:49
    0-0 1/-1 21:23
    0-0 1/1 22:04
    0-2 0/0 23:25
    0-1 1/1 23:34
    1-1 1/1 23:40
    0-0 1/-1 23:55
    0-1 4/2 26:43
    0-1 2/2 24:50
    0-0 1/0 20:47
    0-0 1/2 22:15
    0-1 2/-1 16:05
    0-0 1/-1 25:31
    0-1 3/1 27:39
    0-2 3/1 25:38
    1-2 (W) 5/2 24:21
    0-1 1/1 25:48
    0-0 0/1 25:23
    0-0 0/-1 18:58
    0-0 2/0 22:41
    1-0 1/2 18:30
    0-0 4/0 23:46
    0-0 1/0 21:28
    1-1 2/1 22:08
    0-1 1/-2 23:26
    0-0 1/-2 27:43
    0-1 2/-1 26:18
    0-0 2/0 27:44
    0-0 2/1 26:15
    0-1 1/2 24:43
    Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
     
    DRAPERSAMUELSSONZETTERBERGHELMDOWNEYFILPPULAKRONVALL
    DateOpp # 33 # 37 # 40 # 43 # 44 # 51 # 55
    Oct 9
    Oct 11
    Oct 13
    Oct 16
    Oct 18
    Oct 22
    Oct 24
    Oct 25
    Oct 27
    Oct 29
    Oct 30
    Nov 2
    Nov 8
    Nov 11
    Nov 13
    Nov 14
    Nov 17
    Nov 20
    Nov 22
    Nov 24
    Nov 26
    Nov 28
    Nov 29
    Dec 1
    Dec 4
    Dec 6
    Dec 10
    Dec 12
    Dec 13
    Dec 15
    Dec 18
    Dec 20
    Dec 23
    Dec 26
    Dec 27
    Dec 30
    Jan 1
    Jan 3
    Jan 6
    Jan 8
    Jan 10
    Jan 12
    Jan 14
    Jan 15
    Jan 17
    Jan 20
    Jan 27
    Jan 29
    Jan 31
    Feb 2
    Feb 4
    Vs TOR
    @ OTT
    @ CAR
    Vs VAN
    Vs NYR
    @ STL
    Vs ATL
    @ CHI
    @ L.A
    @ ANA
    @ S.J
    @ VAN
    Vs N.J
    Vs PIT
    @ T.B
    @ FLA
    Vs EDM
    @ EDM
    @ CGY
    @ VAN
    Vs MTL
    Vs CBJ
    @ BOS
    Vs ANA
    Vs VAN
    Vs CHI
    Vs CGY
    @ DAL
    @ PHX
    Vs COL
    Vs S.J
    Vs L.A
    Vs STL
    @ NSH
    @ COL
    Vs CHI
    @ CHI
    @ MIN
    Vs CBJ
    Vs DAL
    Vs BUF
    @ DAL
    @ ANA
    @ L.A
    @ S.J
    @ PHX
    @ CBJ
    Vs DAL
    @ WSH
    Vs STL
    Vs PHX
    0-0 0/0 10:08
    0-0 0/0 9:30
    0-0 1/0 12:13
    0-0 1/-2 13:04
    0-0 2/-2 13:46
    0-0 3/1 11:35
    0-0 1/-1 10:25
    0-0 1/-2 13:27
    0-0 0/0 10:13
    0-0 3/0 12:39
    0-0 2/0 13:15
    0-0 0/0 16:32
    0-0 1/0 15:39
    0-1 1/0 15:41
    0-0 2/-2 12:47
    0-0 1/0 11:14
    0-0 1/0 13:49
    0-0 1/0 15:08
    0-0 1/0 14:01
    0-0 0/0 11:34
    0-0 1/-1 11:30
    1-0 2/1 10:00
    0-0 1/-1 12:07
    0-0 7/0 14:12
    0-0 5/-1 11:17
    0-0 1/0 12:46
    0-1 1/1 12:33
    0-0 0/-1 8:56
    0-0 1/-1 10:40
    0-0 0/0 9:46
    0-1 1/1 12:44
    1-0 2/1 12:45
    0-0 1/0 13:13
    0-0 1/-1 10:31
    0-0 0/0 13:15
    0-0 2/0 16:39
    0-0 2/-1 12:55
    0-0 1/0 16:40
    0-0 0/0 10:56
    0-0 0/1 12:43
    0-0 2/0 9:44
    0-0 0/-2 10:01
    0-0 0/-1 7:18
    1-1 2/2 12:57
    0-0 1/-1 11:55
    0-0 1/0 14:34
    0-0 0/1 16:49
    0-0 2/-1 12:45
    0-0 2/-1 12:40
    0-1 0/1 12:50
    0-0 0/0 7:57
    0-0 1/-1 14:17
    0-1 1/1 13:57
    0-0 6/0 12:34
    0-0 3/0 14:14
    1-2 4/1 17:43
    0-1 5/1 13:00
    0-1 3/0 15:45
    0-2 5/0 15:33
    0-0 3/-1 17:31
    0-0 3/1 20:38
    0-0 0/0 13:22
    1-1 3/-1 13:56
    0-0 3/-1 16:59
    0-2 1/0 13:32
    1-1 3/1 14:55
    0-1 5/-1 15:41
    1-0 4/2 15:05
    0-0 2/-1 15:06
    0-0 5/1 18:02
    1-1 5/0 20:26
    0-0 2/1 14:46
    0-2 1/-1 14:45
    0-1 1/-1 16:42
    0-0 6/1 17:49
    0-0 3/0 16:47
    0-0 3/0 17:03
    0-0 3/0 16:29
    0-0 2/0 15:11
    0-0 3/-1 14:19
    0-0 2/0 17:18
    0-0 2/1 15:41
    1-0 1/1 14:45
    0-0 3/0 13:08
    1-0 5/0 17:29
    0-2 4/0 13:53
    DND
    1-0 2/0 12:04
    1-0 3/1 13:20
    0-0 2/0 12:57
    0-0 2/0 12:38
    1-1 (W) 4/2 15:58
    0-0 3/0 15:17
    0-1 2/-1 11:17
    1-0 8/1 15:02
    0-0 3/-1 13:16
    1-0 5/0 12:49
    0-0 2/0 18:44
    0-0 1/0 17:42
    0-0 1/-1 16:37
    0-0 0/0 13:59
    1-0 3/0 14:32
    0-0 5/-1 17:45
    0-2 5/2 21:35
    1-0 4/1 16:40
    DND
    DND
    1-0 3/0 17:51
    2-0 (W) 5/0 19:00
    0-1 5/0 20:22
    1-0 6/1 23:15
    2-0 5/1 22:59
    0-0 2/-1 17:46
    1-1 (W) 1/-2 21:59
    0-0 3/0 21:00
    1-0 7/-2 23:49
    1-1 9/1 19:51
    0-0 2/-1 20:14
    0-2 4/2 19:53
    0-1 2/1 21:24
    0-1 1/0 21:14
    0-1 3/0 24:28
    0-0 3/1 19:34
    1-1 4/0 19:42
    0-1 4/0 18:24
    0-1 4/1 21:24
    0-0 3/-1 19:25
    1-0 4/0 21:33
    1-0 5/1 21:19
    0-0 5/-1 19:01
    1-1 5/1 20:17
    0-1 4/2 20:36
    0-0 4/0 19:11
    0-0 4/2 18:26
    0-1 3/0 18:15
    0-1 3/0 19:43
    0-0 9/0 22:08
    0-0 4/0 16:37
    0-3 3/2 19:50
    0-1 3/1 19:38
    1-0 4/1 19:05
    1-1 3/3 18:36
    0-1 4/1 20:50
    0-0 3/-1 20:39
    0-0 4/0 21:12
    0-1 1/0 18:12
    1-1 3/0 20:28
    0-0 2/-4 19:55
    0-1 0/0 5:58
    DND
    DND
    DND
    1-0 4/0 20:24
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    0-0 3/0 7:04
    0-0 0/0 8:52
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    0-0 2/0 14:43
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    0-0 0/-1 13:09
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    0-0 0/0 4:41
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    0-0 1/-1 16:33
    1-0 3/0 12:39
    0-0 0/-1 15:03
    0-0 2/-2 17:54
    0-2 2/1 17:34
    0-0 2/0 14:11
    0-0 2/0 14:36
    0-1 1/1 15:47
    1-0 3/1 15:16
    0-0 2/-1 13:17
    0-1 2/1 17:09
    0-0 1/-2 17:29
    0-0 3/1 18:18
    0-0 0/-1 20:00
    0-0 1/0 15:15
    0-0 1/0 16:05
    0-1 1/1 15:22
    0-0 2/1 16:45
    0-1 1/3 18:06
    0-0 1/-1 12:58
    0-0 1/0 15:48
    0-0 5/0 17:04
    0-0 1/-2 16:51
    0-0 3/-1 12:14
    0-2 1/3 13:51
    1-1 1/0 15:52
    1-0 1/1 18:05
    0-0 1/1 15:37
    0-0 0/-1 17:22
    0-0 1/0 15:04
    1-0 1/1 14:37
    0-1 5/0 14:43
    0-0 0/0 15:29
    0-0 1/1 13:39
    0-0 0/0 15:56
    0-1 0/1 15:29
    0-0 2/-1 15:25
    0-0 0/0 15:41
    0-0 1/0 15:28
    0-0 3/0 13:02
    0-1 4/2 13:59
    0-0 0/-1 15:37
    0-1 1/0 16:00
    0-1 0/1 16:29
    1-0 1/0 14:02
    0-0 0/-1 18:36
    0-0 3/-1 19:46
    0-1 2/1 19:47
    0-1 0/-1 16:15
    0-0 0/0 17:40
    0-2 3/1 16:19
    0-0 0/-1 19:23
    0-0 1/0 23:04
    0-0 1/0 22:22
    0-0 0/-3 26:33
    0-1 3/1 26:12
    0-0 1/1 23:59
    0-1 2/1 22:06
    1-2 2/1 20:38
    0-0 4/1 25:15
    0-1 2/1 24:43
    0-0 0/0 20:36
    0-0 3/0 23:05
    0-0 0/1 23:23
    0-1 0/0 22:31
    0-1 2/-2 24:55
    0-2 2/0 21:04
    1-1 (W) 2/1 22:30
    INJ
    0-0 1/0 23:23
    0-1 1/-2 25:25
    0-0 2/-1 21:15
    0-0 2/0 22:12
    0-0 2/-2 22:38
    0-0 3/0 22:55
    0-0 1/0 22:40
    0-0 0/-1 23:38
    0-0 2/0 25:28
    0-0 2/-1 22:28
    0-0 1/-2 25:51
    0-0 1/-1 23:34
    0-1 2/4 20:44
    0-0 0/0 20:58
    0-0 1/1 22:11
    0-0 1/0 24:13
    0-1 2/0 29:25
    0-2 0/0 25:59
    0-0 1/0 21:10
    0-0 1/-1 25:59
    0-0 2/0 23:46
    0-3 1/4 22:13
    DND
    0-0 3/-2 23:07
    0-2 0/1 23:30
    0-0 0/0 23:06
    0-1 1/-1 21:25
    0-1 2/-1 22:54
    0-1 0/-1 27:12
    0-1 0/1 23:18
    0-0 2/-2 21:21
    0-1 1/2 27:02
    0-1 2/-1 19:40
    Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
     
    HOSSAKOPECKYFRANZENHOLMSTROMQUINCEYCONKLINOSGOOD
    DateOpp # 81 # 82 # 93 # 96 # 29 # 30
    Oct 9
    Oct 11
    Oct 13
    Oct 16
    Oct 18
    Oct 22
    Oct 24
    Oct 25
    Oct 27
    Oct 29
    Oct 30
    Nov 2
    Nov 8
    Nov 11
    Nov 13
    Nov 14
    Nov 17
    Nov 20
    Nov 22
    Nov 24
    Nov 26
    Nov 28
    Nov 29
    Dec 1
    Dec 4
    Dec 6
    Dec 10
    Dec 12
    Dec 13
    Dec 15
    Dec 18
    Dec 20
    Dec 23
    Dec 26
    Dec 27
    Dec 30
    Jan 1
    Jan 3
    Jan 6
    Jan 8
    Jan 10
    Jan 12
    Jan 14
    Jan 15
    Jan 17
    Jan 20
    Jan 27
    Jan 29
    Jan 31
    Feb 2
    Feb 4
    Vs TOR
    @ OTT
    @ CAR
    Vs VAN
    Vs NYR
    @ STL
    Vs ATL
    @ CHI
    @ L.A
    @ ANA
    @ S.J
    @ VAN
    Vs N.J
    Vs PIT
    @ T.B
    @ FLA
    Vs EDM
    @ EDM
    @ CGY
    @ VAN
    Vs MTL
    Vs CBJ
    @ BOS
    Vs ANA
    Vs VAN
    Vs CHI
    Vs CGY
    @ DAL
    @ PHX
    Vs COL
    Vs S.J
    Vs L.A
    Vs STL
    @ NSH
    @ COL
    Vs CHI
    @ CHI
    @ MIN
    Vs CBJ
    Vs DAL
    Vs BUF
    @ DAL
    @ ANA
    @ L.A
    @ S.J
    @ PHX
    @ CBJ
    Vs DAL
    @ WSH
    Vs STL
    Vs PHX
    0-1 1/1 17:36
    0-0 6/1 16:09
    0-1 5/0 17:28
    0-1 6/1 20:06
    1-1 (W) 5/1 17:59
    0-1 2/0 16:57
    2-1 5/3 17:16
    1-1 3/1 18:10
    1-0 7/-1 20:36
    0-2 3/0 17:59
    1-0 4/0 18:25
    0-0 2/0 16:38
    2-0 (W) 3/2 18:41
    0-2 5/-2 19:33
    0-2 2/0 20:14
    2-0 3/1 19:22
    0-0 6/0 19:42
    0-0 8/0 18:42
    1-0 3/1 15:47
    0-0 3/0 19:39
    0-0 5/-1 16:40
    2-0 (W) 5/0 17:03
    0-0 5/0 16:19
    1-0 (W) 4/1 17:13
    0-1 7/0 20:02
    1-0 5/1 20:10
    0-0 5/-1 18:32
    0-0 4/-1 17:25
    0-1 4/1 19:59
    1-0 5/0 20:05
    1-1 2/2 15:05
    0-0 3/0 18:41
    0-1 4/1 16:48
    0-0 5/0 18:35
    0-0 5/0 20:59
    0-0 3/0 15:17
    0-3 5/1 17:44
    0-0 3/0 17:11
    1-0 6/0 16:42
    1-1 3/2 15:24
    1-0 5/1 18:35
    1-0 5/-2 16:31
    0-0 4/0 20:34
    0-0 1/0 17:16
    1-2 8/0 20:15
    0-1 8/-3 18:18
    1-0 4/-2 22:02
    1-0 4/0 19:42
    0-0 1/0 19:23
    2-0 5/2 20:40
    2-0 4/1 17:39
    0-0 3/0 8:19
    0-0 3/0 8:08
    0-0 2/0 10:27
    0-0 3/0 7:16
    0-0 0/0 8:46
    0-0 0/0 8:36
    0-0 3/-1 7:27
    0-0 1/0 8:09
    0-0 0/0 11:17
    0-0 2/-1 7:48
    0-1 1/0 14:14
    0-0 0/0 8:41
    0-1 2/1 8:24
    0-0 0/0 9:03
    0-0 1/0 10:03
    0-0 3/0 11:13
    0-0 2/1 10:40
    1-0 2/0 12:26
    0-0 1/1 12:20
    0-0 1/0 14:54
    0-0 5/-1 13:46
    0-0 0/-1 13:11
    0-0 2/-2 12:05
    0-0 0/-1 11:52
    0-1 0/1 10:51
    0-0 1/0 10:42
    0-0 0/-1 5:58
    0-0 0/-1 7:02
    0-0 0/-2 6:55
    0-0 0/0 4:34
    0-1 1/1 9:54
    0-0 0/0 8:16
    0-0 3/0 9:18
    0-0 0/0 8:18
    0-0 0/0 6:26
    1-0 1/1 7:28
    DND
    0-0 2/0 10:33
    0-0 0/0 7:31
    0-1 1/1 10:58
    0-0 2/0 7:50
    0-0 1/-1 6:11
    0-0 0/1 7:15
    0-1 1/2 11:13
    0-0 0/0 10:19
    0-0 2/0 11:32
    0-0 1/1 14:26
    0-0 1/1 11:05
    0-0 1/-2 12:45
    0-1 1/1 12:04
    0-0 0/0 10:52
    0-0 5/-1 17:29
    2-0 (W) 2/2 17:24
    0-0 1/0 18:00
    0-0 3/-1 19:14
    1-0 6/1 18:24
    1-1 (W) 3/1 17:29
    0-1 3/0 18:37
    1-0 5/-1 10:22
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    1-0 7/-2 21:21
    1-1 (W) 3/0 19:02
    1-0 (W) 3/-1 17:40
    1-0 4/2 17:31
    0-0 2/0 20:10
    0-1 1/1 19:18
    0-0 4/0 21:45
    1-0 2/1 18:03
    0-1 1/-1 18:31
    0-0 2/0 17:27
    1-0 1/1 18:42
    0-0 1/0 16:44
    0-1 4/0 21:18
    0-2 4/2 20:49
    0-0 4/-1 17:30
    2-0 7/1 18:39
    0-0 3/-1 18:42
    1-0 (W) 2/1 17:08
    0-1 4/2 18:18
    0-0 4/0 17:12
    0-0 5/-1 17:44
    1-0 6/1 19:43
    2-0 2/1 16:27
    0-1 1/2 19:11
    1-0 7/-1 18:10
    0-0 5/0 17:39
    0-0 2/1 19:30
    0-0 7/-1 19:09
    0-1 1/1 19:22
    1-0 (W) 2/2 18:24
    1-0 4/0 14:41
    1-0 3/0 10:44
    DND
    0-0 4/-1 23:22
    0-0 2/1 19:48
    1-0 4/-1 18:39
    0-0 3/0 17:27
    0-1 1/1 16:03
    2-0 4/1 18:04
    0-0 2/0 15:36
    1-0 (W) 1/0 14:19
    1-0 1/0 16:40
    1-0 2/0 16:37
    1-0 3/0 13:54
    0-1 3/2 12:47
    0-1 4/1 14:02
    0-0 0/-1 16:02
    0-1 0/1 13:37
    0-1 0/0 16:15
    0-0 1/0 10:41
    0-0 2/1 16:40
    1-0 1/0 15:52
    0-0 2/1 17:04
    0-2 0/2 15:08
    0-0 1/0 14:40
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 1/0 12:07
    0-1 2/0 12:00
    0-0 0/0 15:27
    1-1 1/1 14:41
    1-0 2/1 16:13
    0-0 1/2 15:00
    0-1 1/0 14:22
    1-0 3/0 12:50
    0-0 2/0 15:36
    1-2 2/1 15:49
    0-1 2/1 15:34
    0-1 0/1 17:16
    0-0 0/-1 14:53
    0-1 1/0 13:57
    1-0 2/-1 15:05
    0-0 0/-1 16:48
    1-1 2/3 14:33
    1-0 2/2 16:19
    0-0 1/0 15:59
    0-1 0/1 18:41
    0-0 5/-1 17:23
    0-0 0/-1 16:51
    0-0 2/0 17:24
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    DNP
    DNP
    1-28 W 60
    DNP
    DNP
    3-24 W 60
    DNP
    5-41 W 65
    DNP
    DNP
    4-33 L 59
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    2-27 W 60
    0-21 W 60
    DNP
    2-33 W 60
    DNP
    3-25 L 59
    DNP
    3-9L 28
    DNP
    DNP
    4-32 W 65
    3-32 W 64
    2-23 L 60
    DNP
    DNP
    0-24 W 60
    4-26 W 60
    1-34 W 60
    3-31 L 59
    3-32 O 65
    0-36 W 60
    4-37 W 60
    DNP
    0-23 W 60
    DNP
    1-22 W 60
    DNP
    DNP
    0-23 W 60
    DNP
    5-26 L 60
    DNP
    1-11 39
    4-27 L 59
    DNP
    DNP
    3-29 L 59
    2-22 W 60
    DNP
    4-29 O 60
    4-32 W 60
    DNP
    3-33 W 60
    DNP
    3-19 W 65
    5-34 O 62
    DNP
    2-27 W 60
    1-25 W 60
    7-34 O 64
    3-18 W 60
    DNP
    DNP
    3-34 W 60
    DNP
    3-24 O 63
    DNP
    3-16 W 60
    1-10 32
    1-16 W 60
    5-25 W 60
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    4-28 W 64
    3-27 L 59
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    2-35 W 65
    DNP
    1-23 W 60
    DNP
    5-49 O 62
    3-28 W 60
    DNP
    6-41 L 59
    DNP
    3-23 O 63
    3-12 L 20
    DNP
    3-33 W 65
    4-27 W 60
    Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
     
    HOWARD
    DateOpp
    Oct 9
    Oct 11
    Oct 13
    Oct 16
    Oct 18
    Oct 22
    Oct 24
    Oct 25
    Oct 27
    Oct 29
    Oct 30
    Nov 2
    Nov 8
    Nov 11
    Nov 13
    Nov 14
    Nov 17
    Nov 20
    Nov 22
    Nov 24
    Nov 26
    Nov 28
    Nov 29
    Dec 1
    Dec 4
    Dec 6
    Dec 10
    Dec 12
    Dec 13
    Dec 15
    Dec 18
    Dec 20
    Dec 23
    Dec 26
    Dec 27
    Dec 30
    Jan 1
    Jan 3
    Jan 6
    Jan 8
    Jan 10
    Jan 12
    Jan 14
    Jan 15
    Jan 17
    Jan 20
    Jan 27
    Jan 29
    Jan 31
    Feb 2
    Feb 4
    Vs TOR
    @ OTT
    @ CAR
    Vs VAN
    Vs NYR
    @ STL
    Vs ATL
    @ CHI
    @ L.A
    @ ANA
    @ S.J
    @ VAN
    Vs N.J
    Vs PIT
    @ T.B
    @ FLA
    Vs EDM
    @ EDM
    @ CGY
    @ VAN
    Vs MTL
    Vs CBJ
    @ BOS
    Vs ANA
    Vs VAN
    Vs CHI
    Vs CGY
    @ DAL
    @ PHX
    Vs COL
    Vs S.J
    Vs L.A
    Vs STL
    @ NSH
    @ COL
    Vs CHI
    @ CHI
    @ MIN
    Vs CBJ
    Vs DAL
    Vs BUF
    @ DAL
    @ ANA
    @ L.A
    @ S.J
    @ PHX
    @ CBJ
    Vs DAL
    @ WSH
    Vs STL
    Vs PHX
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
     
    Opp
    Opp
    Opp