Today's Game
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Pittsburgh
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Lifetime Series
The 2009 Stanley Cup Final marks just the second time that the Detroit Red Wings and the Pittsburgh Penguins have met in postseason play. Detroit prevailed in the first postseason matchup between the two clubs during last year's Final, four games to two.
  • This year's Stanley Cup Final marks the first time in 25 years that teams have met in the Stanley Cup Final in consecutive years. The New York Islanders and the Edmonton Oilers squared off in both the 1983 Stanley Cup Final and the 1984 Stanley Cup Final.
  • There have been just two Stanley Cup Final rematches since 1970 (Oilers/Islanders in 1983/1984 and Canadiens/Bruins in 1977/1978) and five in the past 50 years (including Canadiens/Blues in 1968/1969, Maple Leafs/Red Wings in 1963/1964 and Maple Leafs/Canadiens in 1959/1960).
  • The Detroit Red Wings and the Pittsburgh Penguins are the first teams to appear in consecutive Finals since the New Jersey Devils in 2000 and 2001.

    Red Wings vs. Penguins 2008-09 Regular Season Series
  • Detroit finished with a 1-0-1 record against the Penguins this season (0-0-1 at home and 1-0-0 on the road).
  • The Penguins topped the Red Wings by a score of 7-6 in OT on Nov. 11 at Joe Louis Arena. The Wings rebounded with a 3-0 win over the Penguins on Feb. 8 at Mellon Arena.
  • In two games vs Pittsburgh, Detroit fired 63 shots on goal (31.5 avg) and allowed 59 shots on goal (29.5 avg).
  • Detroit's power-play finished 4-8 (50%) in two games against Pittsburgh this season.
  • Detroit's PK killed off 8 of 9 Penguins power-play attempts this season (88.9%).
  • Detroit held a 66-54 advantage in the face-off circle against the Penguins this season (55%).
  • Detroit was led by Pavel Datsyuk (3-0--3), Marian Hossa (1-2--3), Jiri Hudler (1-2--3) and Nicklas Lidstrom (0-3--3) with three points apiece against the Penguins this season.


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    Last 5 DET Games: 4 - 1 - Last 10 DET Games: 8 - 2 -

    DETROIT RED WINGS VS PITTSBURGH PENGUINS - ROUND FOUR

    (DETROIT LEADS SERIES 1-0)

    May 30, 2009 - Game 1 - Stanley Cup Final

    Detroit Red Wings 3, Pittsburgh Penguins 1

    1st Period Scoring: Stuart (2) (unassisted) 13:38-EV; Fedotenko (7) (Malkin) 18:37-EV

    2nd Period Scoring: Franzen (11) (Rafalski, Zetterberg) 19:02-EV

    3rd Period Scoring: Abdelkader (1) (Leino) 2:46-EV

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 11 11 8 30

    PIT 7 13 12 32

    Power Play Total

    DET 0-1

    PIT 0-2

    Penalties Total

    DET 2-4

    PIT 1-2

    DETROIT RED WINGS VS CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS - ROUND THREE

    (DETROIT WINS SERIES 4-1)

    May 27, 2009 - Game 5 - Western Conference Final

    Detroit Red Wings 2, Chicago Blackhawks 1 (OT)

    1st Period Scoring: None

    2nd Period Scoring: None

    3rd Period Scoring: Cleary (8) (Lebda, Filppula) 6:08-EV; Kane (9) (Seabrook, Bolland) 12:53-EV

    1st OT Scoring: Helm (3) (Holmstrom, Lebda) 3:58-EV

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd OT Total

    DET 21 10 11 4 46

    CHI 9 11 11 0 31

    Power Play Total

    DET 0-3

    CHI 0-3

    Penalties Total

    DET 4-8

    CHI 5-18

    May 24, 2009 - Game 4 - Western Conference Final

    Detroit Red Wings 6, Chicago Blackhawks 1

    1st Period Scoring: Hossa (5) (Filppula, Ericsson) 8:41-SH; Franzen (10) (unassisted) 19:39-EV

    2nd Period Scoring: Filppula (1) (Hossa, Rafalski) 1:13-PP; Toews (7) (Barker, Kane) 3:53-PP; Hossa (6) (Filppula, Ledba) 4:05-EV; Zetterberg (8) (Rafalski, Kronwall) 7:42-PP

    3rd Period Scoring: Zetterberg (9) (Rafalski, Kronwall) 12:47-PP

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 14 10 9 33

    CHI 9 10 9 28

    Power Play Total

    DET 3-8

    CHI 1-4

    Penalties Total

    DET 7-14

    CHI 16-56

    May 22, 2009 - Game 3 - Western Conference Final

    hicago Blackhawks 4, Detroit Red Wings 3 (OT)

    1st Period Scoring: Sharp (6) (Seabrook, Bolland) 8:45-PP; Ladd (3) (Bolland, Havlat) 9:50-EV

    2nd Period Scoring: Pahlsson (2) (Keith) :45-EV; Lidstrom (4) (Hossa, Filppula) 14:38-PP; Rafalski (3) (Samuelsson, Cleary) 17:10-EV; Ericsson (2) (Stuart, Hossa) 19:01-EV

    3rd Period Scoring: None

    1st OT Scoring: Sharp (7) (Pahlsson, Byfuglien) 1:52-EV

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd OT Total

    DET 6 18 6 0 30

    CHI 11 8 6 2 27

    Power Play Total

    DET 1-3

    CHI 1-4

    Penalties Total

    DET 6-25

    CHI 5-10

    May 19, 2009 - Game 2 - Western Conference Final

    Detroit Red Wings 3, Chicago Blackhawks 2 (OT)

    1st Period Scoring: Toews (5) (Havlat, Barker) 12:49-PP; Rafalski (Lidstrom, Datsyuk) 16:43-PP

    2nd Period Scoring: Cleary (6) (unassisted) 14:06-EV

    3rd Period Scoring: Toews (6) (Versteeg, Campbell) 12:20-EV

    1st OT Scoring: Samuelsson (5) (Filppula, Hudler) 5:14-EV

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd OT Total

    DET 13 9 14 2 38

    CHI 19 6 12 2 39

    Power Play Total

    DET 1-4

    CHI 1-5

    Penalties Total

    DET 6-12

    CHI 5-10

    May 17, 2009 - Game 1 - Western Conference Final

    Detroit Red Wings 5, Chicago Blackhawks 2

    1st Period Scoring: Burish (3) (unassisted) 5:25-EV; Cleary (4) (unassisted) 8:23-EV

    2nd Period Scoring: Franzen (9) (unassisted) 16:38-EV

    3rd Period Scoring: Versteeg (4) (Byfuglien, Seabrook) 3:12-PP; Samuelsson (4) (Lebda, Filppula) 7:31-EV; Cleary (5) (Franzen, Zetterberg) 8:58-EV; Zetterberg (7) (Franzen, Stuart) 19:17-EV-EN

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 15 14 14 43

    CHI 9 10 13 32

    Power Play Total

    DET 0-3

    CHI 1-1

    Penalties Total

    DET 3-6

    CHI 5-12

    DETROIT RED WINGS VS ANAHEIM DUCKS - ROUND TWO

    (DETROIT WINS SERIES 4-3)

    May 14, 2009 - Game 7 - Western Conference Semifinals

    Detroit Red Wings 4, Anaheim Ducks 3

    1st Period Scoring: Hudler (4) (Franzen, Zetterberg) 15:43-PP

    2nd Period Scoring: Helm (2) (Hossa) 1:17-EV; Selanne (4) (Carter, Whitney) 14:50-EV; Samuelsson (3) (Datsyuk, Filppula) 16:23-EV; Perry (8) (Pronger, Selanne) 17:12-PP

    3rd Period Scoring: Ryan (5) (Perry, S. Niedermayer) 7:37-EV; Cleary (3) (Zetterberg, Lidstrom) 17:00-EV

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 17 8 15 40

    ANA 6 14 7 27

    Power Play Total

    DET 1-5

    ANA 1-5

    Penalties Total

    DET 5-10

    ANA 5-10

    May 12, 2009 – Game 6 – Western Conference Semifinals

    Anaheim Ducks 2, Detroit Red Wings 1

    1st Period Scoring: None

    2nd Period Scoring: Getzlaf (4) (Perry, S. Niedermayer) 2:21-PP; Perry (7) (Getzlaf, Ryan) 17:35-EV

    3rd Period Scoring: Franzen (8) (Hudler, Zetterberg) 17:35-PP

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 8 13 18 39

    ANA 12 10 6 28

    Power Play Total

    DET 1-4

    ANA 1-5

    Penalties Total

    DET 7-20

    ANA 12-46

    May 10, 2009 - Game 5 - Western Conference Semifinals

    Detroit Red Wings 4, Anaheim Ducks 1

    1st Period Scoring: None

    2nd Period Scoring: Franzen (7) (Abdelkader, Ericsson) 3:23-EV; Hudler (3) (Zetterberg, Lebda) 4:02-EV; Whitney (1) (Christensen, Ebbett) 15:37-PP

    3rd Period Scoring: Helm (1) (Zetterberg, Cleary) 16:52-EV; Zetterberg (6) (Lidstrom, Datsyuk) 19:08 EV-EN

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 14 9 15 38

    ANA 3 9 5 17

    Power Play Total

    DET 0-3

    ANA 1-3

    Penalties Total

    DET 3-6

    ANA 4-8

    May 7, 2009 - Game 4 - Western Conference Semifinals

    Detroit Red Wings 6, Anaheim Ducks 3

    1st Period Scoring: Perry (5) (Pronger) :42-EV; Franzen (5) (Filppula, Ericsson) 11:49-EV; Franzen (6) (Kronwall) 19:24-EV

    2nd Period Scoring: Perry (6) (Getzlaf) 11:03-EV; Hossa (3) (Franzen) 16:02-EV; Hossa (4) (Lidstrom, Filppula) 19:04-PP

    3rd Period Scoring: Samuelsson (2) (Maltby) 2:46-EV; S. Niedermayer (Perry, Getzlaf) 10:03-PP; Zetterberg (Stuart) 17:27-EV-EN

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 11 20 9 40

    ANA 9 13 6 28

    Power Play Total

    DET 1-5

    ANA 1-3

    Penalties Total

    DET 4-11

    ANA 6-15

    May 5, 2009 - Game 3 - Western Conference Semifinals

    Anaheim Ducks 2, Detroit Red Wings 1

    1st Period Scoring: Selanne (3) (Carter) 12:49-EV

    2nd Period Scoring: Niedermayer (2) (Getzlaf, Pronger) 8:16-PP; Zetterberg (Samuelsson, Hudler) 14:20-PP

    3rd Period Scoring: None

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 11 17 18 46

    ANA 14 6 3 23

    Power Play Total

    DET 1-5

    ANA 1-4

    Penalties Total

    DET 6-12

    ANA 7-14

    May 3, 2009 - Game 2 - Western Conference Semifinals

    Anaheim Ducks 4, Detroit Red Wings 3 (3 OT)

    1st Period Scoring: Stuart (1) (Lidstrom, Hudler) 6:00-PP; Getzlaf (3) (Perry, Ryan) 8:16-EV; Pronger (2) (Getzlaf, Perry) 8:50-PP; Samuelsson (1) (Filppula, Lebda) 13:54-EV

    2nd Period Scoring: Carter (2) (S. Niedermayer, Getzlaf) 4:42-PP

    3rd Period Scoring: Franzen (4) (Zetterberg, Cleary) 5:19-EV

    1st OT Scoring: None

    2nd OT Scoring: None

    3rd OT Scoring: Marchant (1) (Wisniewski) 1:15-EV

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Total

    DET 12 6 15 14 15 0 62

    ANA 12 10 7 6 9 2 46

    Power Play Total

    DET 1-3

    ANA 2-4

    Penalties Total

    DET 4-8

    ANA 3-6

    May 1, 2009 - Game 1 - Western Conference Semifinals

    Detroit Red Wings 3, Anaheim Ducks 2

    1st Period Scoring: Perry (4) (Getzlaf, Pronger) 7:28-EV; Franzen (3) (Lidstrom, Osgood) 12:33-PP

    2nd Period Scoring: Lidstrom (2) (Stuart, Datsyuk) 14:24-PP; Selanne (Getzlaf, Pronger) 19:43-PP

    3rd Period Scoring: Lidstrom (3) (Cleary, Zetterberg) 19:10-EV

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 9 10 18 37

    ANA 8 9 7 24

    Power Play Total

    DET 2-6

    ANA 1-3

    Penalties Total

    DET 6-15

    ANA 8-30

    DETROIT RED WINGS VS COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS - ROUND ONE

    (DETROIT WINS SERIES 4-0)

    April 23, 2009 - Game 4 - Western Conference Quarterfinals

    Detroit Red Wings 6, Columbus Blue Jackets 5

    1st Period Scoring: Lidstrom (1) (Rafalski) 2:58-PP; Huselius (1) (Nash, Russell) 6:12-PP; Holmstrom (2) (Stuart, Datsyuk) 7:09-EV; Cleary (2) (Kopecky, Filppula) 10:02-EV

    2nd Period Scoring: Nash (1) (Klesla, Huselius) 1:44-EV; Umberger (3) (Torres, Mason) 5:38-PP; Hossa (1) (Kronwall, Stuart) 6:59-EV; Hossa (2) (Holmstrom, Lidstrom) 11:26-PP; Russell (1) (Torres) 15:45-EV; Modin (1) (Rome, Chimera) 18:04-EV

    3rd Period Scoring: Franzen (2) (Hudler, Kronwall) 19:13-PP

    Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 14 12 15 41

    CBJ 7 14 11 32

    Power Play Total

    DET 3-6

    CBJ 2-2

    Penalties Total

    DET 3-6

    CBJ 7-14

    April 21, 2009 - Game 3 - Western Conference Quarterfinals

    Detroit Red Wings 4, Columbus Blue Jackets 1

    1st Period Scoring: Holmstrom (1) (Hossa) 1:07-EV; Cleary (1) (Franzen, Rafalski) 19:14-EV

    2nd Period Scoring: Zetterberg (2) (Cleary, Franzen) 13:55-EV

    3rd Period Scoring: Umberger (2) (Nash, Williams) 16:07-PP; Zetterberg (3) (Cleary) 19:29-EV-EN

    Shots On Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 9 11 6 26

    CBJ 11 7 14 32

    Power Play Total

    DET 0-2

    CBJ 1-4

    Penalties Total

    DET 4-8

    CBJ 2-4

    April 18, 2009 - Game 2 - Western Conference Quarterfinals

    Detroit Red Wings 4, Columbus Blue Jackets 0

    1st Period Scoring: Rafalski (1) (Lidstrom, Holmstrom) 13:33-PP

    2nd Period Scoring: Datsyuk (1) (Hossa, Lidstrom) 7:18-PP; Zetterberg (1) (Franzen, Cleary) 15:30-EV

    3rd Period Scoring: Hudler (2) (Kronwall, Stuart) 3:38-PP

    Shots On Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 15 16 8 39

    CBJ 8 7 10 25

    Power Play Total

    DET 3-11

    CBJ 0-2

    Penalties Total

    DET 4-8

    CBJ 13-34

    April 16, 2009 - Game 1 - Western Conference Quarterfinals

    Detroit Red Wings 4, Columbus Blue Jackets 1

    1st Period Scoring: None

    2nd Period Scoring: Hudler (1) (Filppula, Samuelsson) 10:48-EV; Umberger (1) (Voracek) 11:40-EV; Ericsson (1) (Hudler) 14:21-EV; Kronwall (2) (Samuelsson, Franzen) 15:09-PP

    3rd Period Scoring: Franzen (1) (Zetterberg) 2:54-EV

    Shots On Goal 1st 2nd 3rd Total

    DET 14 12 8 34

    CBJ 13 6 2 21

    Power Play Total

    DET 1-4

    CBJ 0-5

    Penalties Total

    DET 5-10

    CBJ 4-8




    Detroit Red Wings Injuries, Transactions

    2009 Playoffs:

    Injuries Man Games Lost/Injury
    Andreas Lilja 17-concussion
    Tomas Kopecky 9-fractured cheekbone
    Pavel Datsyuk 4-foot
    Kris Draper 3-groin
    Jonathan Ericsson 1-appendix (Rd 3 Gm 5)
    Nicklas Lidstrom 2-lower body (Rd 3 Gm 4 through Rd 3 Gm 5)
    Brian Rafalski 5-upper body (Rd 2 Gm 1 through Rd 2 Gm 5)
    Kris Draper 10-upper body (Rd 1 Gm 1 through Rd 2 Gm 6)

    Total Man Games Lost - 51

    Recent Transactions
    3/10/09 - Placed D Andreas Lilja on Injured Reserve.
    4/13/09 - Recalled F Darren Helm from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    4/15/09 - Recalled F Ville Leino from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    4/16/09 - Assigned F Ville Leino to Grand Rapids (AHL).
    5/8/09 - Recalled F Ville Leino, F Aaron Downey, F Justin Abdelkader, D Jakub Kindl, G Jimmy Howard from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    5/10/09 - Recalled F Darren McCarty and D Sergei Kolosov from Grand Rapids (AHL).
    5/16/09 - Assigned D Sergei Kolosov to Grand Rapids (AHL).



    Detroit Red Wings Notes
    TEAM NOTES

    2008-09 DETROIT RED WINGS REGULAR SEASON REVIEW AND PLAYOFFS MEDIA GUIDE
    The Detroit Red Wings 2008-09 Regular Season Review and Playoffs Media Guide can be found on-line at 'The Portal' at nhl.com or media.nhl.com.


    A WINNING TRADITION IN HOCKEYTOWN
  • Since the beginning of the 1996-97 season, the Detroit Red Wings have won more games (635) than any other franchise in the National Hockey League. Detroit's 544 regular season wins and 91 playoff victories are both tops in the NHL over the past 11+ seasons.
  • Wings Are Kings Of Central - The Red Wings have won eight consecutive Central Division titles (2001-2009) and 12 out of the last 15. 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).
  • Making A Point - Wings Set NHL Record - Dating back to the 1999-2000 campaign the Red Wings have recorded an NHL record nine consecutive 100-point seasons, eclipsing the old NHL record of eight held by the Montreal Canadiens (1974-75 through 1981-82).
  • Wings Reach 50-Wins For Fourth Consecutive Season - The Detroit Red Wings topped the 50-win plateau for the fourth consecutive season in 2008-09 (51-21-10, 112 points), and the sixth time in franchise history. In 2005-06, The Red Wings finished 58-16-8 (124 points), in 2006-07 they posted a record of 50-19-13 (113 points) and in 2007-08 Detroit finished with a 54-21-7 record, good for 115 points. This marks only the third time in NHL history that a team has won 50 or more games in four consecutive seasons.
  • Playoff Streak Hits 18 - The Detroit Red Wings qualified for the postseason for the 18th consecutive season in 2008-09, the longest current streak in professional sports.
  • Top Four Seed For 17th Consecutive Season - With their victory over the Edmonton Oilers on 3/24, the Red Wings have now quailified as a top-4 seed in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for 17 consecutive seasons.


    WINGS IN PLAYOFFS FOR 18TH CONSECUTIVE SEASON
    The Detroit Red Wings secured a berth in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the 18th consecutive season after earning two points in a 4-0 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets on March 15th. Eighteen consecutive trips to the postseason represents the longest current streak in professional sports. The San Antonio Spurs of the NBA are second with 11. Detroit's team record for most consecutive playoff appearances is 20, set from 1939-58. The Boston Bruins hold the NHL record of 29 straight seasons (1968-96).
    Consecutive Playoff Appearances (Top streaks in each of the four major professional sports):
    NHL - Detroit Red Wings (18)
    NBA - San Antonio Spurs (11)
    NFL - Indianapolis Colts (7)
    MLB - Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Philadelphia Phillies, Los Angeles Angels (2)


    WINGS A TOP-4 SEED FOR 17TH CONSECUTIVE SEASON
    With a 3-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Mar. 24, the Detroit Red Wings qualified as a top-4 seed in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the 17th consecutive season.


    THE DETROIT RED WINGS ALL-TIME IN THE STANLEY CUP FINAL
  • The Red Wings are making their 24th appearance all-time in the Stanley Cup Final
  • The Red Wings have won 11 Stanley Cups, more than any other American franchise.
  • This is the fourth time in franchise history the Red Wings have advanced to the Stanley Cup Final and played the same team in consecutive seasons ( Toronto - 1948/1949, Montreal - 1954/1955/1956 and Toronto - 1963/1964).
  • Most Stanley Cup Final Games Played By A Red Wing:
    1. Gordie Howe - 55
    2. Alex Delvecchio - 47
    3. Marcel Pronovost - 45
    4. Ted Lindsay - 44
    5. Red Kelly - 37
  • Most Stanley Cup Final Games Played By A Red Wings Goaltender:
    1. Terry Sawchuk - 33
    2. Harry Lumley - 22
    3. Johnny Mowers - 15
    4. Chris Osgood - 11
    5. Roger Crozier - 6
  • Most Career Goals By A Detroit Player In The Stanley Cup Final:
    1. Ted Lindsay - 19
    2. Gordie Howe - 18
    3. Alex Delvecchio - 16
    4. Sid Abel - 9
    5. Sergei Fedorov/Syd Howe - 8
  • Most Career Assists By A Detroit Player In The Stanley Cup Final:
    1. Gordie Howe - 32
    2. Alex Delvecchio - 22
    3. Ted Lindsay - 15
    4. Norm Ullman/Syd Howe - 12
  • Most Career Points By A Detroit Player In The Stanley Cup Final:
    1. Gordie Howe - 50
    2. Alex Delvecchio - 38
    3. Ted Lindsay - 34
    4. Sergei Fedorov/Sid Abel/Syd Howe - 20
  • Most Career Wins By A Detroit Goaltender In The Stanley Cup Final:
    1. Terry Sawchuk - 17
    2. Chris Osgood - 9
    3. Harry Lumley/Johnny Mowers - 7
    5. Dominik Hasek/Mike Vernon/Normie Smith - 4
  • Detroit's Stanley Cup Winning Goal Scorers:
    1936 - Pete Kelly
    1937 - Marty Barry
    1943 - Joe Carveth
    1950 - Pete Babando
    1952 - Metro Prystai
    1954 - Tony Leswick
    1955 - Gordie Howe
    1997 - Darren McCarty
    1998 - Martin Lapointe
    2002 - Brendan Shanahan
    2008 - Henrik Zetterberg
  • Detroit's All-Time Record By Game In The Stanley Cup Final:
    Game 1: 12-12
    Game 2: 13-10
    Game 3: 12-11
    Game 4: 11-12
    Game 5: 5-8
    Game 6: 3-6
    Game 7: 3-3


    NICK'S STREAK ENDS AT 228
    Detroit captain Nicklas Lidstrom had his consecutive postseason games played streak snapped at 228 games when he missed Game Four at CHI with a lower-body injury. It was the first playoff game that Lidstrom has missed in his 17-year NHL career. Lidstrom also missed Game Five vs CHI on Wednesday night.


    HOSS SHINES AGAIN IN GAME FOUR
    Red Wings F Marian Hossa continued his dominating play in Game Four's during the 2009 postseason. Hossa has tallied all six of his playoff goals in Game Four of the first, second and third rounds (two goals each game). Below is a look at the numbers put up by Hossa in Game Four's this postseason:
    Round One, Game Four at CBJ: (2-0--2)
    Round Two, Game Four at ANA: (2-0--2, including GWG)
    Round Three, Game Four at CHI: (2-1--3)


    DRAPER TIES YZERMAN
    On May 22 (Game 3 vs CHI), Detroit Red Wings F Kris Draper moved into a tie with former Red Wing Steve Yzerman for second on the Wings' all-time postseason games played list:
    Player - # of postseason games in a Wings sweater
    1. Nicklas Lidstrom - 229
    2. Kris Draper - 196
    2. Steve Yzerman - 196
    4. Darren McCarty - 167
    5. Kirk Maltby - 163


    STRONG AT THE FINISH
    The Detroit Red Wings in third periods thus far in the 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs (17 games played):
    Shots on Goal - 3rd Period
    Detroit - 207
    Opponents - 141
    Goals Scored - 3rd Period
    Detroit - 18
    Opponents - 6


    OZZIE PLAYS IN POSTSEASON GAME NUMBER 100 FOR THE WINGS
    Detroit Red Wings G Chris Osgood played in the 100th postseason game of his Detroit Red Wings career in Game Two vs Chicago on 5/19. Ozzie is the all-time leader in postseason games played by Red Wings netminders:
    Goaltender Postseason Games Played For Detroit
    1. C. Osgood 104
    2. T. Sawchuk 84
    3. H. Lumley 54
    4. D. Hasek 45
    5. M. Vernon 42


    MULE'S POSTSEASON SCORING MADNESS CONTINUES
    Detroit F Johan Franzen, aka 'Mule', has been racking up postseason goals and points at a frantic pace over the past two Red Wings playoff runs in 2008 and 2009:
  • Franzen has found the back of the net 24 times in his last 33 postseason games.
  • Franzen has racked up 38 points (24-14--38) over his last 33 postseason games.
  • Franzen has eight game-winning goals over his last 33 postseason games.
  • Franzen is +23 over his last 33 postseason games.


    LIDSTROM ACHIEVES YET ANOTHER WINGS POSTSEASON MILESTONE
    Nicklas Lidstrom's assist in Game 2 vs CHI on 5/19 moved him past former Red Wing Steve Yzerman for most career postseason assists in Red Wings franchise history (Lidstrom-116, Yzerman-115). Below is a look at the players who have dished out the most career postseason helpers while donning the Winged Wheel:
    Player Postseason Assists
    1. Lidstrom 116
    2. Yzerman 115
    3. Fedorov 113
    4. Howe 91
    5. Delvecchio 69

    Lidstrom is also just one point behind former Red Wing Sergei Fedorov for second-place on the Wings' all-time postseason points list:
    Player Postseason Points
    1. Yzerman 185
    2. Fedorov 163
    3. Lidstrom 162
    4. Howe 158
    5. Delvecchio 104


    48 AND COUNTING.....
    The Detroit Red Wings have won 48 conscutive postseason games in which they have scored 4 or more goals, including Game 4 vs CHI by a score of 6-1. The last time the Red Wings scored four goals in a playoff game and lost was April 24, 1998 when the Wings dropped a 7-4 decision to the Phoenix Coyotes in Game Two of their First Round series at Joe Louis Arena.


    KILLER STREAK ENDS, NEW STREAK STARTS
    The Detroit Red Wings penalty kill successfully killed all three Chicago power-play attempts in Game Five on 5/27, snapping their NHL record streak of 13 consecutive games allowing at least one power-play goal against. After killing off all seven Columbus power-play attempts in Games One and Two of the first round, the Red Wings had allowed at least one power-play goal against in each game since before halting the streak on Wednesday night. Detroit has now gone two straight games without allowing a power-play goal against. They successfully killed both Pittsburgh power-play attempts in Game One.


    PLAYING WHEN IT COUNTS
    Since 1991, the Detroit Red Wings have played in more postseason games than any other major professional sports franchise. Below is a look at the leaders in postseason games played since 1991 by teams in the four major pro sports:
    Most Postseason Games, 1991-present
    1. Detroit Red Wings - 238
    2. Los Angeles Lakers - 215
    3. San Antonio Spurs - 211
    4. New Jersey Devils - 197
    5. Pittsburgh Penguins - 189


    2ND'S ANYONE?
    The Detroit Red Wings have played in the second most postseason games in NHL history. Below are the five teams with the most postseason games played:
    1. Montreal - 683
    2. Detroit - 557
    3. Boston - 530
    4. Toronto - 524
    5. Chicago - 428

    The Detroit Red Wings have won the second most playoff games in NHL History. Below are the five teams with the most postseason victories:
    1. Montreal - 398
    2. Detroit - 298
    3. Boston - 252
    4. Toronto - 251
    5. Chicago - 196

    The Detroit Red Wings have won the second most playoff series in NHL history. Below are the five teams with the most postseason series victories:
    1. Montreal - 88
    2. Detroit - 65
    3. Toronto - 58
    4. Boston - 48
    5. New York Rangers - 44


    DETROIT'S ALL-TIME POSTSEASON RECORD IN....
    Game 1: 62-48-1
    Game 2: 65-45
    Game 3: 52-50
    Game 4: 44-51
    Game 5: 35-36
    Game 6: 28-21
    Game 7: 12-7


    THE WINGS IN POSTSEASON OVERTIME
    The Detroit Red Wings all-time postseason overtime record is 39-49.
    Home: 20-33
    Away: 19-16

    Last 10 DRW OT Games:
    Date Score GWG Time (OT)
    5/27/09 DET 2, CHI 1 D. Helm 3:58
    5/22/09 CHI 4, DET 3 P. Sharp 1:52
    5/19/09 DET 3, CHI 2 M. Samuelsson 5:14
    5/3/09 ANA 4, DET 3 T. Marchant 41:15
    6/2/08 PIT 4, DET 3 P. Sykora 49:57
    4/18/08 DET 2, NSH 1 J. Franzen 1:48
    5/20/07 ANA 2, DET 1 T. Selanne 11:57
    5/13/07 ANA 4, DET 3 S. Niedermayer 14:17
    5/2/07 DET 3, SJ 2 M. Schneider 16:04
    4/22/07 DET 2, CGY 1 J. Franzen 24:23


    AN EXPERIENCED BUNCH
    The current Detroit Red Wings postseason roster is full of players with significant playoff experience:
  • Chris Chelios holds the all-time NHL record for most career postseason games played with 266.
  • Four other players on the current Wings roster stand out for their postseason experience in a Wings uniform. Below is a look at Detroit's all-time leaders in postseason games played:
    1. Nicklas Lidstrom - 229
    2. Kris Draper - 196
    2. Steve Yzerman - 196
    4. Darren McCarty - 167
    5. Kirk Maltby - 163
    6. Sergei Fedorov - 162
    7. Gordie Howe - 154
    8. Tomas Holmstrom - 146
    9. Ted Lindsay - 123
    10. Alex Delvecchio - 121


    WINGS WITH BLING
    21 players on Detroit's current postseason roster have won a total of 40 Stanley Cup rings:
    Player - # of Stanley Cup Rings
    Nicklas Lidstrom - 4
    Kris Draper - 4
    Tomas Holmstrom - 4
    Kirk Maltby - 4
    Chris Chelios - 3
    Chris Osgood - 3
    Brian Rafalski - 3
    Pavel Datsyuk - 2
    Henrik Zetterberg - 1
    Johan Franzen - 1
    Jiri Hudler - 1
    Niklas Kronwall - 1
    Mikael Samuelsson - 1
    Dan Cleary - 1
    Valtteri Filppula - 1
    Tomas Kopecky - 1
    Brett Lebda - 1
    Brad Stuart - 1
    Andreas Lilja - 1
    Darren Helm - 1
    Derek Meech - 1


    WINGS VS. PENGUINS IN THE FACE-OFF CIRCLE
    Below is a look at how Detroit's current top five fared against the Penguins in Game One of the 2009 Stanley Cup Final:
  • Abdelkader - 80% (4W-1L)
  • Zetterberg - 75% (15W-5L)
  • Helm - 73% (11W-4L)
  • Filppula - 55% (6W-5L)
  • Franzen - 50% (1W-1L)
  • Draper/Datsyuk - DND

    The Detroit Red Wings led the National Hockey League in team face-off percentage this season at 55.1%. All six of Detroit's main men on the draw won at least 52.1% of their face-offs taken this season:
  • Draper - 60.3% (603W-397L)
  • Datsyuk - 56.0% (636W-499L)
  • Franzen - 56.0% (135W-106L)
  • Cleary - 55.4% (67W-54L)
  • Zetterberg - 53.3% (634W-555L)
  • Filppula - 52.1% (409W-376L)

    Below is a look at how Detroit's top six fared in the face-off circle against the Pens through the two games of the 2008-09 regular season series:
  • Franzen - 100% (1W-0L)
  • Draper - 61.1% (22W-14L)
  • Datsyuk - 57.9% (11W-8L)
  • Zetterberg - 55% (22W-18L)
  • Filppula - 44.4% (4W-5L)
  • Cleary - no face-offs taken


    DETROIT RED WINGS CAREER POSTSEASON STATISTICS
    PLAYER GP G A PTS
    Nicklas Lidstrom 229 46 116 162
    Chris Chelios 266 31 113 144
    Brian Rafalski 136 23 60 83
    Tomas Holmstrom 146 38 41 79
    Marian Hossa 92 31 42 73
    Henrik Zetterberg 79 37 34 71
    Pavel Datsyuk 95 22 39 61
    Darren McCarty 174 23 26 49
    Johan Franzen 57 28 20 48
    Kris Draper 198 23 21 44
    Mikael Samuelsson 63 13 21 34
    Daniel Cleary 73 15 18 33
    Kirk Maltby 163 16 15 31
    Valtteri Filppula 57 9 21 30
    Brad Stuart 90 6 21 27
    Jiri Hudler 45 9 16 25
    Niklas Kronwall 45 1 24 25
    Brett Lebda 54 0 10 10
    Darren Helm 35 5 2 7
    Jonathan Ericsson 16 2 3 5
    Andreas Lilja 42 1 2 3
    Justin Abdelkader 8 1 1 2
    Tomas Kopecky 12 0 1 1
    Ville Leino 4 0 1 1
    Aaron Downey 5 0 0 0
    Derek Meech 2 0 0 0

    GP Mins W L GAA SO
    Chris Osgood 123 7294 72 45 2.10 14
    Ty Conklin 2 25 0 1 2.38 0


    CAREER PLAYOFF STATISTICS VS. PITTSBURGH
    PLAYER GP G A PTS
    Brian Rafalski 12 5 8 13
    Henrik Zetterberg 7 2 5 7
    Brad Stuart 7 2 4 6
    Chris Chelios 4 1 4 5
    Pavel Datsyuk 6 1 3 4
    Johan Franzen 6 2 2 4
    Mikael Samuelsson 7 3 1 4
    Valtteri Filppula 7 2 2 4
    Nicklas Lidstrom 7 1 2 3
    Niklas Kronwall 7 0 3 3
    Tomas Holmstrom 6 1 1 2
    Darren Helm 7 1 1 2
    Daniel Cleary 7 1 0 1
    Kirk Maltby 7 0 1 1
    Jiri Hudler 7 1 0 1
    Justin Abdelkader 1 1 0 1
    Ville Leino 1 0 1 1
    Kris Draper 6 0 0 0
    Brett Lebda 7 0 0 0
    Andreas Lilja 6 0 0 0
    Jonathan Ericsson 1 0 0 0
    Marian Hossa 1 0 0 0
    Darren McCarty - - - -
    Tomas Kopecky - - - -
    Derek Meech - - - -
    Aaron Downey - - - -

    GP Mins W L GAA SO
    Chris Osgood 7 469 5 2 11 1.41
    Ty Conklin - - - - - -


    IN 2008-09, THE DETROIT RED WINGS...
  • Led the NHL with 289 goals for.
  • Led the NHL in goals per game (3.52).
  • Finished with the top-ranked power play in the NHL (25.5%).
  • Set a franchise record for best power play percentage (25.5%).
  • Finished with the best road record in the NHL (24-12-5, 53 points).
  • Led the NHL in team face-off percentage (55.1%)
  • Led the NHL in shots on goal per game (36.2).
  • Finished second in the NHL in shots against per game (27.7).
  • Finished third in NHL points percentage (.683)


    CAREER HIGHS SET IN 2008-09
    Pavel Datsyuk - 32 goals, 97 points (tied), 11 PPG (tied)
    Henrik Zetterberg - 36 PIM (tied)
    Marian Hossa - +27
    Johan Franzen - 34 goals, 25 assists, 59 points, +21, 8 GWG (tied), 246 shots
    Brian Rafalski - 49 assists, 59 points
    Jiri Hudler - 82 games played, 23 goals, 34 assists, 57 points, 6 PPG, 155 shots
    Niklas Kronwall - 80 games played, 45 assists, 51 points, 4 PPG, 1 GWG (tied), 121 shots
    Mikael Samuelsson - 81 games played, 50 PIM, 7 PPG, 257 shots
    Dan Cleary - 26 assists
    Valtteri Filppula - 80 games played, 28 assists, 40 points, 42 PIM, 129 shots
    Tomas Holmstrom - +18
    Tomas Kopecky - 79 games played, 6 goals, 13 points, 19 points, 46 PIM, 1 PPG, 1 SHG, 2 GWG, 110 shots
    Brett Lebda - 6 goals
    Derek Meech - 41 games played, 2 goals, 5 assists, 7 points, 12 PIM, 44 shots (tied)
    Jonathan Ericsson - 19 games played, 1 goal (tied), 3 assists, 4 points, 15 PIM, 25 shots
    Darren Helm - 16 games played, 1 assist, 1 point, 4 PIM, 29 shots


    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)
    Niklas Kronwall - 100th career NHL point (2/7 vs EDM)
    Pavel Datsyuk - 500th career NHL game (2/13 at CBJ)
    Mike Babcock - 200th win as Head Coach of the Detroit Red Wings (2/18 vs NSH)
    Pavel Datsyuk - 500th career NHL point (2/25 vs SJ)
    Kirk Maltby - 1,000th career NHL game (2/27 vs LA)
    Tomas Holmstrom - 800th career NHL game (3/12 vs CGY)
    Dan Cleary - 600th career NHL career game (3/12 vs CGY)
    Chris Osgood - 300th win in a Red Wings uniform (3/14 at STL)
    Kris Draper - 1,000th game in a Red Wings uniform (3/17 vs PHI)
    Henrik Zetterberg - 400th career NHL point (3/29 vs NSH)


    DETROIT'S 2009 POSTSEASON RECORD WHEN.....
    At home: 9-1Allowing 3+ goals: 3-2
    On the road: 4-3Allowing 2 or less: 10-2
    Overtime: 2-2Outshooting opp: 10-4
    1-goal games 5-4Outshot by opp: 3-0
    Leading after 1: 6-0Getting 30 + SOG: 12-4
    Leading after 2: 10-0Less than 30 SOG: 1-0
    Trailing after 1: 0-2Scoring a PPG: 8-4
    Trailing after 2: 0-3No PPG Allowed: 4-0
    Scoring 3+ goals: 12-2Scoring first: 9-1
    Scoring 2 or less: 1-2Trailing first: 4-3


    DETROIT'S 2008-09 REGULAR SEASON RECORD WHEN.....
    At home: 27-9-51-goal games: 24-7-10Getting 30+ SOG: 46-17-8
    On the road: 24-12-5Leading after 1: 24-1-6Less than 30 SOG: 5-3-2
    Overtime: 2-6Leading after 2: 34-1-6Scoring a PPG: 35-8-10
    Shootout: 6-4Trailing after 1: 10-11-3No PPG Allowed: 24-4-1
    October: 7-2-2Trailing after 2: 8-16-0Scoring First: 37-4-5
    November: 8-2-2Scoring 4+ goals: 35-2-5Trailing First: 14-17-5
    December: 9-3-1Scoring 3 or less: 16-19-5
    January: 7-4-2Allowing 4+ goals 8-13-8
    February: 10-3-1Allowing 3 or less: 43-8-2
    March: 8-4-1Outshooting opp: 45-18-7
    April: 2-3-1Oushot by opp: 6-3-1

    RED WINGS 2009 PLAYOFFS TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL HIGHS AND LOWS
    Team
    Most Consecutive Games Won5, Rd 1 Gm 1 vs CBJ (4/16) - Rd 2 Gm 2 vs ANA (5/3)
    Most Consecutive Games Lost2, Rd 2 Gm 2 vs ANA (5/3) - Rd 2 Gm 3 at ANA (5/5)
    Most Goals For - Game6, 3x, Rd 1 Gm 4 at CBJ (4/23), Rd 2 Gm 4 at ANA (5/7) and Rd 3 Gm 4 at CHI (5/24)
    Most Goals Against - Game5, Rd 1 Gm 4 at CBJ (4/23)
    Most Goals For - Period3, 5x, 2nd period of Rd 1 Gm 1 vs CBJ (4/16), 1st period of Rd 1 Gm 4 at CBJ (4/23), 3rd period of Rd 3 Gm 1 vs CHI (5/17), 2nd period of Rd 3 Gm 3 at CHI (5/22) and 2nd period of Rd 3 Gm 4 at CHI (5/24).
    Most Goals Against - Period4, 2nd period of Rd 1 Gm 4 at CBJ (4/23)
    Most Power Play Goals - Game3, 3x, Rd 1 Gm 2 vs CBJ (4/18), Rd 1 Gm 4 at CBJ (4/23) and Rd 3 Gm 4 at CHI (5/24)
    Most Power Play Goals Against - Game2, 2x, Rd 1 Gm 4 at CBJ (4/23) and Rd 2 Gm 2 vs ANA (5/3)
    Most Power Play Attempts - Game11, Rd 1 Gm 2 vs CBJ (4/18)
    Most Power Play Attempts Against - Game5, 3x, Rd 1 Gm 1 vs CBJ (4/16), Rd 2 Gm 7 vs ANA (5/14) and Rd 3 Gm 2 vs CHI (5/19)
    Most Shots On Goal - Game62, Rd 2 Gm 2 vs ANA (5/3)
    Most Shots On Goal - Period21, 1st period of Rd 3 Gm 5 vs CHI (5/27)
    Most Shots Against - Game46, Rd 2 Gm 2 vs ANA (5/3)
    Most Shots Against - Period19, Rd 3 Gm 2 vs CHI (5/19) - 1st period
    Fewest Shots On Goal - Game26, Rd 1 Gm 3 at CBJ (4/21)
    Fewest Shots On Goal - Period6, 4x, 3rd period of Rd 1 Gm 3 at CBJ (4/21), 2nd period of Rd 2 Gm 2 vs ANA (5/3), 1st period of Rd 3 Gm 3 at CHI (5/22) and 3rd period of Rd 3 Gm 3 at CHI (5/22).
    Fewest Shots Against - Game17, Rd 2 Gm 5 vs ANA (5/10)
    Fewest Shots Against - Period2, 3rd period of Rd 1 Gm 1 vs CBJ (4/16)
    Most PIM, both teams - Game70, Rd 3 Gm 4 at CHI (CHI-56, DET-14)
    Most PIM, Red Wings - Game25, Rd 3 Gm 3 at CHI (5/22)
    Fewest PIM, both teams - Game6, Rd 4 Gm 1 vs PIT (DET - 4, PIT - 2)
    Fewest PIM, Red Wings - Game4, Rd 4 Gm 1 vs PIT


    Individual
    Most Goals - Game2, by 5 different players: Hossa 3x, Zetterberg 2x, Franzen, Lidstrom and Cleary
    Most Assists - Game3, Rafalski, Rd 3 Gm 4 at CHI (5/24)
    Most Points - Game3, by 7 different players: Franzen 2x, Cleary, Lidstrom, Zetterberg, Filppula, Hossa, Rafalski
    Most Shots - Game10, Samuelsson, Rd 2 Gm 2 vs ANA (5/3)
    Most PIM - Game15, Kronwall, Rd 3 Gm 3 at CHI (5/22)
    Most Power Play Goals - Game1, by 10 different players
    Most Shorthanded Goals - Game1, Hossa, Rd 3 Gm 4 at CHI (5/24)
    Most Game-Winning Goals - Playoffs3, Franzen (Rd 1 Gm 4 at CBJ, Rd 3 Gm 4 at CHI and Rd 4 Gm 1 vs PIT)
    Most OT Goals - Playoffs1, by 2 different players - Samuelsson (Rd 3 Gm 2 vs CHI) and Helm (Rd 3 Gm 5 vs CHI)
    Most Consecutive Games With A Goal4, Cleary (Rd 2 Gm 7 vs ANA - Rd 3 Gm 3 at CHI)
    Most Consecutive Games With An Assist6, Filppula (Rd 2 Gm 7 vs ANA to Rd 3 Gm 5 vs CHI)
    Most Consecutive Games With A Point8, Zetterberg (Rd 2 Gm 1 vs ANA - Rd 3 Gm 1 vs CHI)




    2008-09 RED WINGS REGULAR SEASON TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL HIGHS AND LOWS
    Team
    Most Consecutive Games Won6, 2x, 12/30 vs CHI - 1/10 vs BUF and 2/2 vs STL - 2/12 vs MIN
    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 - Game8, 2/7 vs EDM
    Most Goals Against - Game8, 2x, 2/28 at NSH and 3/7 vs CBJ
    Most Goals For - Period5, 2/7 vs EDM - 1st period
    Most Goals Against - Period5, 2/28 at NSH - 1st period
    Most Power Play Goals - Game5, 2/18 vs NSH
    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 - Game51, 2/10 at NSH
    Most Shots On Goal - Period28, 3/12 vs CGY - 1st period (most shots in a first period in team history, since shots on goal were kept as an official statistic)
    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, 2x, 2/2 vs STL - 1st period and 3/12 vs CGY - 3rd period
    Fewest Shots Against - Game16, 11/28 vs CBJ
    Fewest Shots Against - Period2, 1/27 at CBJ - 3rd period
    Most PIM, both teams - game47, 3/12 vs CGY (14-DET, 33-CGY)
    Most PIM, Red Wings - game27, 2/18 vs NSH
    Fewest PIM, both teams - game6, 3/4 at COL
    Fewest PIM, Red Wings - game2, 2x, 1/10 vs BUF and 3/4 at COL

    Individual
    Most Goals - Game2, by 7 Different Players, Most Recent - Hossa 4/6 at BUF
    Most Assists - Game4, Zetterberg, 3/20 at ATL
    Most Points - Game4, 2x, Datsyuk (2-2--4) 12/18 vs SJS and Zetterberg (0-4--4) 3/20 at ATL
    Most Shots - Game9, by 2 Different Players - Zetterberg (3x) 11/13 at TB, 12/27 at COL and 4/5 vs MIN, and Franzen 3/24 at EDM
    Most PIM - Game15, by 2 Different Players, Lilja 2/2 vs STL and Hossa 2/18 vs NSH
    Most Power Play Goals - Game2, by 3 Different Players, Lidstrom 1/20 at PHX, Cleary 2/15 vs COL and Franzen 2/18 vs NSH
    Most Shorthanded Goals - Game1, by 5 Different Players, Draper 11/28 vs CBJ, Franzen 12/13 at PHX, Datsyuk 12/23 vs STL, Zetterberg, 2x, 2/25 vs SJ and 3/29 vs NSH, Kopecky 3/3 at STL
    Most Game-Winning Goals - Season8, by 2 Different Players, Franzen and Hossa
    Most OT Goals - Season1, by 3 Different Players, Hossa 10/18 vs NYR, Lidstrom 12/10 vs CGY and Franzen 3/10 vs PHX
    Most Consecutive Games With A Goal5, Hossa 2/2 - 2/10
    Most Consecutive Games With An Assist6, by 3 Different Players, Hossa (10/13 @ CAR - 10/25 @ CHI), Datsyuk (12/13 at PHX - 12/26 at NSH), Franzen (3/14 at STL - 3/24 at EDM)
    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


    2008-09 WINGS AWARD NOMINEES
    The following Red Wings were recently named finalists for various NHL awards recognizing their oustanding 2008-09 seasons. The NHL Awards show takes place at the Pearl Concert Theater inside the Palms Hotel Las Vegas on June 18.

    Pavel Datsyuk - Hart Memorial Trophy (MVP)
    (Other finalists: Evgeni Malkin, PIT and Alexander Ovechkin, WSH)
    This marks the first time in Datsyuk's career he has been voted a Hart Trophy finalist. Datsyuk finished fourth in league scoring with 97 points, matching his career-high. He found the back of the net a career-high 32 times this season. Datsyuk ranked second among NHL players in takeaways with 89, placed third in plus-minus with a +34 rating and won 56% of the 1,135 face-offs he took in 2008-09.

    Pavel Datsyuk - Lester B. Pearson Award (Most Outstanding Player - NHLPA)
    (Other finalists: Evgeni Malkin, PIT and Alexander Ovechkin, WSH)
    The Lester B. Pearson award is presented annually to the 'most outstanding player' in the NHL as voted by fellow members of the NHLPA. Datsyuk is a Pearson Award finalist for the first time in his NHL career.

    Pavel Datsyuk - Selke Trophy (Best Defensive Forward)
    (Other finalists: Mike Richards, PHI and Ryan Kesler, VAN)
    Datsyuk is a Selke finalist for the second consecutive season. He captured the award last season becoming just the fourth forward in Red Wings history to take home the trophy (Draper-2004, Yzerman-2000, Fedorov-1994/1996).

    Pavel Datsyuk - Lady Byng Trophy (Skill/Sportsmanship)
    (Other finalists: Zach Parise, NJ and Martin St. Louis, TB)
    Pavel is looking to become just the second player in league history to capture the Lady Byng Trophy in four consecutive seasons. He has taken home the award from 2006 through 2008. Hall of Fame forward Frank Boucher is the only other player to accomplish the feat from 1928-31 with the New York Rangers. Datsyuk was whislted for just 11 minor penalties totaling 22 minutes in 2008-09.

    Nicklas Lidstrom - Norris Trophy (Best Defenseman)
    (Other finalists: Zdeno Chara, BOS and Mike Green, WSH)
    Lidstrom is a Norris Trophy finalist for the 10th time in the past 11 seasons. He has captured the award six times in his career, including the past three years consecutively. Lidstrom ranked third among NHL defensemen in scoring with 59 points (16-43--59) and tied a career-high with 10 power-play goals. He led the Red Wings in average ice time per game (24:49) and finished seventh overall in plus-minus with a +31 rating, marking the 17th time in 17 NHL season he finished as a 'plus' player.

    Chris Chelios - Masterton Trophy (Perseverance, Sportsmanship and Dedication to Hockey)
    (Other finalists: Steve Sullivan, NSH and Richard Zednik, FLA)
    Chris Chelios' dedication to the game has extended his career to a length attained by few in hockey history. His 1,644 games played are the most among active players and rank fourth in League history. Chelios, Gordie Howe and Mark Messier are the only men to have played in 25 NHL seasons. At 47, he's the oldest player in the NHL. His experience and will to win have enabled him to remain a vital contributor even as his ice time has diminished in Detroit.


    INDIVIDUAL NOTES

    HEAD COACH MIKE BABCOCK
    Best Since 2003
    Since his first year as an NHL head coach in 2003, Mike Babcock has more postseason games coached, more postseason wins and a better postseason winning percentage than any other head coach in the National Hockey League. In 84 postseason games with Detroit and Anaheim, he has compiled a record of 56-28 (.667). Below is a look at the top five NHL head coaches in terms of postseason winning percentage since 2003:
    Coach Games W-L PCT
    Mike Babcock 84 56-28 (.667)
    Randy Carlyle 56 34-22 (.607)
    Michel Therrien 25 15-10 (.600)
    Lindy Ruff 34 20-14 (.588)
    Pat Burns 29 17-12 (.586)

    Babcock is also at or near the top of several all-time statistical categories for NHL head coaches through their first six seasons in the National Hockey League (all statistics below courtesy of STATS Research):

    Postseason Wins (first six seasons)
    1. Mike Babcock - 56 (2002-03 to 2008-09)
    2. Mike Keenan - 51 (1984-85 to 1989-90)
    3. Pat Burns - 50 (1988-89 to 1993-94)

    Postseason Games Coached (first six seasons)
    1. Pat Burns - 95 (1988-89 to 1993-94)
    2. Mike Keenan - 93 (1984-85 to 1989-90)
    3. Mike Babcock - 84 (2002-03 to 2008-09)

    Regular Season Wins (first six seasons)
    1. Mike Babcock - 282 (2002-03 to 2008-09)
    2. Dave Tippett - 271 (2002-03 to 2008-09)
    3. Fred Shero - 263 (1971-72 to 1976-77)
    *The NHL introduced the shootout to decide games still tied after OT for the 2005-06 season

    Stanley Cup Final Appearances (first six seasons)
    1. Toe Blake - 5 (1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59, 1959-60)
    1. Punch Imlach - 5 (1958-59, 1959-60, 1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64)
    3. Dick Irvin - 4 (1930-31, 1931-32, 1932-33, 1934-35)
    3. Tommy Ivan - 4 (1947-48, 1948-49, 1949-50, 1951-52)
    3. Scotty Bowman - 4 (1967-68, 1968-69, 1969-70, 1972-73)
    6. Mike Babcock - 3 (2002-03, 2007-08, 2008-09)
    6. Lester Patrick - 3 (1927-28, 1928-29, 1931-32)
    6. Fred Shero - 3 (1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76)
    6. Glen Sather - 3 (1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85)


    #5 NICKLAS LIDSTROM
  • Missed the first two playoff games of his 17-year NHL career in Games Four and Five vs CHI (lower body injury). Lidstrom had played in 228 consecutive postseason games prior to the injury.
  • Leads all NHL defensemen in postseason scoring with 13 points (4-9--13).
  • Leads Detroit with 10 power-play points (3-7--10) in the postseason (2nd NHL).
  • Lidstrom moved past Steve Yzerman for most career playoff assists in a Red Wings sweater (116) with his assist in Game 2 vs CHI.
  • Lidstrom sits just one point behind Sergei Fedorov for 2nd all-time in postseason points by a Red Wing (Fedorov 163, Lidstrom 162).
  • Has recorded at least one point in eight of his last 11 games played.
  • Lidstrom tallied his 11th career postseason GWG in Game One vs ANA, adding to his own NHL record for postseason GWG by a defenseman. Paul Coffey and Scott Stevens are tied for second with eight career postseason GWG.
  • Appearing in his 17th consecutive postseason, adding to his Red Wings franchise record for consecutive playoff appearances (old record - 15, Steve Yzerman, 1991-2006).
  • Lidstrom is the current franchise record holder with 229 postseason games played.
  • Lidstrom has played more postseason games than any other European born player (229).
  • Lidstrom has recorded 38 multi-point games in his postseason career.
  • Lidstrom is currently 6th on the all-time postseason games played list:
    Player - Postseason GP
    1. Chris Chelios - 266
    2. Mark Messier - 236
    3. Claude Lemieux - 234
    3. Scott Stevens - 233
    5. Guy Carbonneau - 231
    6. Nicklas Lidstrom - 229
    7. Larry Robinson - 227
    8. Glenn Anderson - 225
    9. Bryan Trottier - 221
    10. Mike Keane - 220
    11. Larry Murphy - 215
    12. Ray Bourque - 214
    12. Kevin Lowe - 214
  • Lidstrom is currently 3rd all-time in postseason goals by a defenseman
    Player - Postseason Goals
    1. Paul Coffey - 59
    2. Denis Potvin - 56
    3. Nicklas Lidstrom - 46
    4. Ray Bourque - 41
    5. Al MacInnis - 39
  • Lidstrom is also currently tied with Larry Robinson for 4th all-time in postseason assists by a defenseman:
    Player - Postseason Assists
    1. Ray Bourque - 139
    2. Paul Coffey - 137
    3. Al MacInnis - 121
    4. Nicklas Lidstrom - 116
    4. Larry Robinson - 116
    6. Larry Murphy - 115
    7. Chris Chelios - 113
    8. Denis Potvin - 108

    #8 JUSTIN ABDELKADER
  • Scored his first career NHL postseason goal in Game One vs PIT.
  • Played in his first career NHL postseason game in Game 5 vs ANA 5/10 and led Detroit with nine hits.
  • Recorded his first career postseason point (assist) in Game 5 vs ANA 5/10.

    #11 DAN CLEARY
  • Has scored six goals over the past seven games.
  • Led Detroit with five goals in Round Three vs CHI.
  • Currently leads the NHL postseason with a +17 plus-minus rating.
  • Recorded more points in four games of the first round vs Columbus (2-3--5) than he did in 22 games during Detroit's 2008 Stanley Cup championship run.
  • One of just two Red Wings players to successfully convert a postseason penalty shot in team history. Cleary scored against Miikka Kiprusoff in Game 5 of the 2007 Western Conference Quarterfinals (4/21/07) vs Calgary. Petr Klima is the only other Red Wings player to score on a postseason penalty shot. He beat Toronto's Allan Bester on 4/9/88 at Maple Leaf Gardens. Cleary is the only Red Wings player to notch a penalty shot goal at home in Detroit during postseason play.

    #13 PAVEL DATSYUK
  • Did not dress the past four games (foot).
  • Riding a three-game point streak at the time of his injury (0-3--3).
  • Second on Detroit with 15 takeaways in the 2009 postseason.
  • Recently nominated for the Hart Memorial Trophy (League MVP), Selke Trophy (Best Defensive Forward), Lady Byng Trophy (Skill and Sportsmanship) and Lester B Pearson Award (Most Outstanding Player - NHLPA).
  • Has recorded 13 career multi-point games in his postseason career.
  • Pavel Datsyuk's lone career hat trick came during Game 3 of the 2008 Western Conference Finals against the Dallas Stars. Pavel beat Stars goaltender Marty Turco three times to lead the Wings to a 5-2 win at American Airlines Arena. Despite scoring two goals in a game 19 times during his career, Pavel has never recorded a regular season hat trick in the NHL.
  • Finished 4th in 2008 postseason scoring with 23 points (10-13--23 in 22 GP).
  • Finished T-4th in 2008 postseason +/- rating at +13.

    #18 KIRK MALTBY
  • Played in his 163rd postseason game for the Red Wings in Game One vs PIT and is now 5th all-time in franchise history.
  • One of four current Red Wings players that have won four Stanley Cup championships (1997, 1998, 2002 and 2008).

    #21 VILLE LEINO
  • Recorded his first career postseason point (assist) in Game One vs PIT.

    #23 BRAD STUART
  • Second on Detroit averaging 24:51 of ice time per game (Lidstrom 25:48).
  • Has recorded nine points (2-7--9) in 17 postseason games played in 2009.
  • Tied for the team lead with 28 bocked shots in the postseason (Kronwall).

    #24 CHRIS CHELIOS
  • Recently nominated for the Masterton Trophy for perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to the game of hockey.
  • Appearing in his 24th career postseason, adding to his NHL record.
  • In Chelios' 25-year NHL career, his teams have missed the playoffs just once -- the Chicago Blackhawks in 1997-98. Below is a look at the most career postseason appearances in NHL history:
    Player - Postseason Appearances
    1. Chris Chelios - 24
    2. Ray Bourque - 21
    3. Gordie Howe - 21
    3. Larry Robinson - 21
    3. Larry Murphy - 21
    3. Scott Stevens - 21
    3. Steve Yzerman - 21
  • Chelios is the NHL's all-time leader in postseason games played:
    Player - Postseason GP
    1. Chris Chelios - 266
    2. Patrick Roy - 247
    3. Claude Lemieux - 234
    3. Scott Stevens - 233
    5. Guy Carbonneau - 231
  • Chelios is the active leader in career postseason overtime games played with 56.
  • 7th all-time in career postseason assists by a defenseman (113).
  • Ranks 9th all-time in career postseason PIM (421).

    #26 JIRI HUDLER
  • Has recorded just one point over the past six games (0-1--1).
  • Has three career multi-point games in the playoffs.

    #28 BRIAN RAFALSKI
  • Has recorded six points over the past five games (1-5--6).
  • Currently 19th all-time in career postseason points by a defenseman with 83 (23-60--83).
  • Has played in 136 career postseason games with the New Jersey Devils and Detroit Red Wings (tied 31st all-time among defensemen).
  • Has recorded 18 career multi-point games in the postseason.
  • Has won three career Stanley Cup championships - New Jersey (2000, 2003) and Detroit (2008).

    #30 CHRIS OSGOOD
  • Currently in his 11th postseason with the Detroit Red Wings which sets a new franchise record for most career postseasons by a Red Wings goaltender (Sawhuck - 10).
  • Holds the Red Wings franchise record for most postseason games played by a goaltender with 104 (Sawchuk - 84).
  • Holds the Red Wings franchise record with 65 postseason wins (Sawhuck - 47).
  • Holds the Red Wings franchise record with 13 postseason shutouts (Sawchuk - 11).
  • Recorded his fourth career postseason point with an assist on Johan Franzen's goal in the first period of Game One vs ANA.
  • His 72 career postseason wins are currently 8th all-time among goaltenders:
    Player - Postseason Wins
    7. Mike Vernon - 77
    8. Chris Osgood - 72
    9. Jacques Plante - 71
    10. Andy Moog - 68
    11. Dominik Hasek - 65
    12. Curtis Jospeh - 63
    13. Tom Barrasso - 61
  • His 14 career postseason shutouts are T-4th all-time:
    Player - Postseason Shutouts
    1. Patrick Roy - 23
    2. Martin Brodeur - 22
    3. Curtis Joseph - 16
    4. Chris Osgood - 14
    4. Ed Belfour - 14
    4. Jacques Plante - 14
    4. Dominik Hasek - 14
    7. Turk Broda - 13
  • Osgood is currently 9th all-time in career postseason games played by a goaltender (123):
    Player - Postseason GP
    7. Billy Smith - 132
    7. Andy Moog - 132
    9. Chris Osgood - 123
    10. Dominik Hasek - 119
    10. Tom Barrasso - 119
    12. Glenn Hall - 115
    13. Ken Dryden - 112
    13. Jacques Plante - 112
  • Has made 2,776 career postseason saves.
  • Led NHL goaltenders in the 2008 playoffs with 14 wins (tied with M. Fleury, PIT), 1.55 GAA and 3 shutouts (tied with Fleury).
  • Finished third in 2008 playoffs with a .930 SV% (Ellis, NSH-.938, Fleury, PIT-.933)
  • Three-time Stanley Cup champion - 1997, 1998 and 2002.

    #33 KRIS DRAPER
  • Has won 28 of 42 face-offs taken in the 2009 playoffs (66.7%).

    #37 MIKAEL SAMUELSSON
  • Has four points over the last seven games (3-1--4).
  • Tallied back-to-back game-winning goals in Games 1 and 2 vs CHI.

    #40 HENRIK ZETTERBERG
  • Currently tied for third in the NHL postseason at +11.
  • Currently second on Detroit with 19 postseason points (9-10--19) - (Franzen 20).
  • Currently second on Detroit with nine postseason goals (Franzen-11).
  • Has recorded 19 career multi-point games in the playoffs, most recent - Game 4 at CHI (2-0--2).
  • Recorded an eight-game point streak from Rd 2 Gm 1 vs ANA through Rd 3 Gm 1 vs CHI (4-8--12 during streak).
  • Led Detroit with 10 points (3-7--10) in Round Two vs ANA.
  • Set a new Red Wings franchise record in 2008 for most points in one postseason with 27 (13-14--27).
  • Tied for the NHL lead in 2008 with 27 postseason points (S. Crosby, PIT).
  • Set a new Red Wings playoff record with 13 goals in one postseason (tied with Franzen).
  • Won the 2008 Conn Smythe Trophy as the NHL postseason MVP.
  • Currently 14th on the all-time Red Wings postseason scoring list with 53 points (28-25--53) in 63 games played.
  • Recorded a nine-game point streak in the 2008 postseason (8-8--16, 2 GWG's during streak).
  • Tied for the NHL lead in 2008 with a postseason +/- rating of +16 (Kronwall).
  • Led all NHL players in the 2008 postseason with 116 shots on goal (Samuelsson-79, 2nd in NHL).

    #43 DARREN HELM
  • Tallied the series clinching OT goal in Game Five vs CHI on 5/27.
  • Currently leads Detroit with 86 postseason hits (Cleary second with 52), including a team high 8 hits in Game One vs PIT.

    #51 VALTTERI FILPPULA
  • Had his six-game point streak snapped in Game One vs PIT (1-7--8 during streak).
  • Led Detroit with seven points (1-6--7) in Round Three vs CHI.
  • Tallied his first goal of the 2009 postseason in Game Four at CHI.
  • Has recorded six career multi-point playoff games, including Game Four at CHI (1-2--3).

    #52 JONATHAN ERICSSON
  • Had emergency appendectomy surgery and missed Game Five vs CHI. Returned three days later to play in Game One vs PIT.
  • Notched his second career postseason goal in Game Three at CHI on 5/22.
  • Made his NHL postseason debut in Game One vs CBJ and scored his first career postseason goal. It was also the eventual GWG.
  • He became the first Red Wings player to score in his NHL postseason debut since Valtteri Filppula did so on April 12, 2007 vs the Calgary Flames.

    #55 NIKLAS KRONWALL
  • Tied for team lead with 28 blocked shots in the postseason (Stuart).
  • Has recorded five career multi-pont games in the postseason, including Game Four at CHI (0-2--2).
  • Scored his first career NHL postseason goal in Game One vs CBJ on 4/16.
  • Led all Red Wings defensemen with four points (1-3--4) in Round One vs. CBJ.
  • Set a Red Wings franchise record in 2008 postseason by recording 15 assists during Detroit's Stanley Cup championship run.
  • Led all NHL defensemen in postseason scoring in 2008 with 15 points (0-15--15).
  • Tied for the NHL postseason lead in +/- rating in 2008 at +16 (Zetterberg).

    #81 MARIAN HOSSA
  • Has recorded five points in the past four games (2-3--5).
  • Recorded back to back multi-point games in Games Three and Four vs CHI (0-2--2 in Game Three at CHI and 2-1--3 in Game Four at CHI).
  • Found the back of the net twice in Game Four at CHI, the third consecutive Game Four of this postseason he has tallied two goals (CBJ and ANA series).
  • Recorded his 24th career postseason multi-point game in Game Four at CHI on 5/22 (2-1--3).
  • Leads Detroit with 80 shots on goal in the 2009 playoffs.
  • Leads the team with 16 takeaways in the postseason.

    #93 JOHAN FRANZEN
  • Has recorded at least one point in 13 of the 17 postseason games played by Detroit.
  • Currently leads the team with 20 postseason points (11-9--20).
  • Currently leads the team with 11 postseason goals.
  • Has scored 24 goals in his last 33 postseason games played.
  • Has recorded 38 points in his last 33 playoff games played (24-14--38).
  • 10 of his 28 career postseason goals are game-winning goals (35.7%).
  • Recorded his ninth career multi-point playoff game (and his fourth of the 2009 postseason) in Round Three, Game One vs CHI (1-2--3).
  • Recorded 18 postseason points (13-5--18) in 2008 in just 16 games played.
  • In 2008, he tied for NHL lead (Zetterberg) and set new franchise playoff record with 13 goals in one postseason.
  • Led the NHL postseason in 2008 and set a new franchise record with five game-winning goals.
  • Set a Red Wings franchise record in 2008 for most goals in one playoff series with 9 goals in 4 GP vs COL, Round Two.
  • Tied a Red Wings franchise record in 2008 with a five-game playoff goal streak (Howe-1949/1964 and Lindsay-1952).
  • Tied a franchise record in 2008 by recording two three-goal games in one playoff series in Round Two vs COL (Ullman-1964).

    #96 TOMAS HOLMSTROM
  • Snapped an 11-game pointless streak by recording an assist on the series clinching goal in OT in Game Five vs CHI.
  • Has recorded 12 multi-point games in the playoffs during his career. Most Recent: Round One Game Four at CBJ (1-1--2).



  • Detroit Red Wings



    Detroit Red Wings Player Game by Game
    LIDSTROMABDELKADERCLEARYDATSYUKMEECHMALTBYLEINO
    Date Opp # 5 # 8 # 11 # 13 # 14 # 18 # 21
    Apr 16
    Apr 18
    Apr 21
    Apr 23
    May 1
    May 3
    May 5
    May 7
    May 10
    May 12
    May 14
    May 17
    May 19
    May 22
    May 24
    May 27
    May 30
    Vs CBJ
    Vs CBJ
    @ CBJ
    @ CBJ
    Vs ANA
    Vs ANA
    @ ANA
    @ ANA
    Vs ANA
    @ ANA
    Vs ANA
    Vs CHI
    Vs CHI
    @ CHI
    @ CHI
    Vs CHI
    Vs PIT
    0-0 1/1 21:40
    0-2 3/1 24:04
    0-0 3/2 24:05
    1-1 3/0 24:45
    2-1 (W) 4/1 27:15
    0-1 8/0 43:24
    0-0 2/0 23:23
    0-1 2/0 23:04
    0-1 2/2 26:35
    0-0 5/-1 24:03
    0-1 3/0 27:44
    0-0 1/2 21:30
    0-1 3/1 24:34
    1-0 5/-2 26:52
    DND
    DND
    0-0 2/1 24:07
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    0-1 0/1 6:32
    0-0 2/0 5:51
    0-0 2/0 4:22
    0-0 2/0 9:22
    0-0 1/-1 6:53
    DND
    0-0 0/0 8:44
    0-0 0/0 6:11
    1-0 2/1 5:10
    0-0 0/1 17:08
    0-1 3/1 13:42
    1-2 (W) 1/3 16:19
    1-0 5/1 18:11
    0-1 1/1 15:24
    0-1 4/1 28:07
    0-0 2/0 13:56
    0-0 1/-1 18:38
    0-1 3/3 15:22
    0-0 2/0 16:30
    1-0 (W) 3/0 17:24
    2-0 3/3 15:40
    1-0 2/1 16:44
    1-0 2/1 17:26
    0-0 0/0 14:34
    1-0 6/1 16:43
    0-0 3/1 17:12
    0-0 1/0 19:32
    1-0 3/0 16:50
    0-0 2/1 17:20
    0-1 3/1 16:07
    0-1 3/-1 20:05
    0-0 6/-1 31:52
    0-0 3/0 20:29
    0-0 6/1 19:23
    0-1 4/1 19:59
    0-0 2/0 21:16
    0-1 3/1 20:37
    0-1 6/1 20:21
    0-1 5/0 20:57
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 0/0 3:19
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 1/0 4:49
    DND
    0-0 0/-1 9:02
    0-0 2/0 10:08
    0-0 0/0 9:34
    0-0 0/-1 8:56
    0-0 0/0 9:06
    0-0 0/-1 14:41
    0-0 0/0 7:05
    0-1 0/1 8:14
    0-0 1/0 8:51
    0-0 0/0 4:41
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 1/0 9:32
    0-0 1/0 9:31
    0-0 1/0 9:01
    0-0 1/1 9:40
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 1/0 9:42
    0-0 0/0 6:56
    0-0 0/0 7:21
    0-1 2/1 8:14
    Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
     
    LEBDASTUARTCHELIOSHUDLERRAFALSKIDRAPERSAMUELSSON
    DateOpp # 22 # 23 # 24 # 26 # 28 # 33 # 37
    Apr 16
    Apr 18
    Apr 21
    Apr 23
    May 1
    May 3
    May 5
    May 7
    May 10
    May 12
    May 14
    May 17
    May 19
    May 22
    May 24
    May 27
    May 30
    Vs CBJ
    Vs CBJ
    @ CBJ
    @ CBJ
    Vs ANA
    Vs ANA
    @ ANA
    @ ANA
    Vs ANA
    @ ANA
    Vs ANA
    Vs CHI
    Vs CHI
    @ CHI
    @ CHI
    Vs CHI
    Vs PIT
    0-0 0/1 11:38
    0-0 1/0 16:51
    0-0 0/1 11:26
    0-0 2/-1 13:37
    0-0 1/0 14:27
    0-1 0/1 23:24
    0-0 1/-1 9:43
    0-0 1/0 16:18
    0-1 1/1 12:36
    0-0 2/0 9:03
    0-0 0/2 9:32
    0-1 2/1 13:57
    0-0 0/0 13:06
    0-0 2/0 12:14
    0-1 0/1 16:03
    0-2 4/1 25:05
    0-0 1/1 10:47
    0-0 2/1 23:17
    0-1 1/0 19:27
    0-0 0/0 22:25
    0-2 2/0 18:27
    0-1 1/0 21:07
    1-0 6/-1 45:01
    0-0 5/0 25:15
    0-1 1/4 26:07
    0-0 0/1 26:55
    0-0 3/0 19:54
    0-0 0/-1 22:00
    0-0 1/1 23:10
    0-0 1/0 23:59
    0-1 2/1 28:39
    0-0 2/2 26:38
    0-0 1/0 27:51
    1-0 1/0 22:26
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 1/0 6:57
    0-0 0/0 6:50
    0-0 1/-1 10:26
    0-0 0/0 4:52
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 0/0 4:37
    0-0 2/1 10:26
    DND
    1-1 3/2 14:17
    1-0 5/0 18:11
    0-0 2/0 11:56
    0-1 2/-1 14:21
    0-0 4/0 13:16
    0-0 1/1 21:28
    0-1 1/-1 15:41
    0-0 0/0 10:32
    1-0 (W) 1/1 8:47
    0-1 1/0 9:43
    1-0 4/-1 13:07
    0-0 0/1 13:30
    0-1 0/1 13:40
    0-0 4/0 15:34
    0-0 2/0 16:36
    0-0 0/-1 18:33
    0-0 1/0 11:40
    0-0 3/0 21:28
    1-0 (W) 2/1 21:41
    0-1 3/3 20:51
    0-1 1/1 23:37
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 0/0 21:30
    0-0 0/0 22:38
    0-0 1/2 19:50
    1-0 3/1 22:31
    0-1 2/0 25:03
    0-3 3/0 23:14
    0-0 1/0 29:31
    0-1 2/1 21:59
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-0 0/1 6:38
    0-0 3/0 12:44
    0-0 1/-1 10:07
    0-0 0/0 11:29
    DND
    DND
    DND
    0-2 2/2 15:08
    0-0 8/0 16:18
    0-0 2/0 14:38
    0-0 2/-1 15:58
    0-0 1/0 18:45
    1-0 10/1 26:59
    0-1 9/-1 15:22
    1-0 1/1 12:54
    0-0 3/0 12:00
    0-0 3/0 12:32
    1-0 5/1 12:46
    1-0 (W) 5/1 15:43
    1-0 (W) 6/1 16:51
    0-1 1/0 13:54
    0-0 2/0 10:53
    0-0 6/1 15:26
    0-0 2/0 16:24
    Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
     
    ZETTERBERGHELMFILPPULAERICSSONKRONVALLHOSSAKOPECKY
    DateOpp # 40 # 43 # 51 # 52 # 55 # 81 # 82
    Apr 16
    Apr 18
    Apr 21
    Apr 23
    May 1
    May 3
    May 5
    May 7
    May 10
    May 12
    May 14
    May 17
    May 19
    May 22
    May 24
    May 27
    May 30
    Vs CBJ
    Vs CBJ
    @ CBJ
    @ CBJ
    Vs ANA
    Vs ANA
    @ ANA
    @ ANA
    Vs ANA
    @ ANA
    Vs ANA
    Vs CHI
    Vs CHI
    @ CHI
    @ CHI
    Vs CHI
    Vs PIT
    0-1 3/0 19:20
    1-0 2/1 17:38
    2-0 4/3 20:57
    0-0 2/0 22:09
    0-1 1/1 22:24
    0-1 3/0 33:30
    1-0 5/0 22:26
    1-0 6/0 19:46
    1-2 5/3 21:12
    0-1 6/0 23:15
    0-2 2/0 23:42
    1-1 5/3 19:29
    0-0 1/1 21:43
    0-0 3/-1 23:14
    2-0 7/0 21:45
    0-0 4/-1 21:30
    0-1 2/1 22:48
    0-0 0/0 5:56
    0-0 0/0 8:23
    0-0 0/0 7:46
    0-0 5/-2 9:53
    0-0 0/0 6:48
    0-0 2/0 16:19
    0-0 0/0 7:00
    0-0 4/1 14:35
    1-0 3/1 12:19
    0-0 1/0 10:01
    1-0 1/0 11:54
    0-0 3/0 11:14
    0-0 2/-1 13:02
    0-0 1/1 12:25
    0-0 1/1 14:00
    1-0 (W) 4/1 16:48
    0-0 2/0 17:08
    0-2 4/2 15:45
    0-0 0/0 16:39
    0-0 0/0 16:43
    0-1 1/1 13:49
    0-0 1/0 14:48
    0-1 3/1 26:20
    0-0 1/-1 14:57
    0-2 4/2 17:33
    0-0 1/0 19:06
    0-0 1/-1 17:29
    0-1 2/1 13:28
    0-1 1/1 14:24
    0-1 1/1 17:46
    0-1 2/-1 17:19
    1-2 3/2 17:31
    0-1 1/1 21:14
    0-0 3/0 19:42
    1-0 (W) 1/1 15:46
    0-0 2/0 17:50
    0-0 0/1 15:21
    0-0 0/0 13:15
    0-0 3/0 18:49
    0-0 3/2 42:36
    0-0 3/0 19:18
    0-1 1/0 24:04
    0-1 2/1 23:22
    0-0 1/-1 16:16
    0-0 2/2 12:47
    0-0 3/1 15:37
    0-0 1/0 17:41
    1-0 2/0 23:35
    0-1 1/1 23:15
    DND
    0-0 1/1 16:47
    1-0 3/0 24:20
    0-1 1/0 17:55
    0-0 2/1 24:24
    0-2 0/0 21:36
    0-0 3/-1 23:59
    0-0 0/-2 39:21
    0-0 1/0 28:33
    0-1 2/2 24:39
    0-0 2/3 24:04
    0-0 1/0 25:39
    0-0 3/-1 23:07
    0-0 0/1 24:03
    0-0 2/0 25:11
    0-0 0/-1 5:24
    0-2 3/2 23:16
    0-0 1/0 28:22
    0-0 0/0 23:11
    0-0 3/0 17:40
    0-1 4/0 17:00
    0-1 3/1 16:38
    2-0 7/1 15:47
    0-0 2/-1 17:16
    0-0 9/-1 30:39
    0-0 6/0 21:17
    2-0 (W) 6/2 16:27
    0-0 6/1 19:05
    0-0 3/-1 20:40
    0-1 8/0 17:25
    0-0 2/0 17:12
    0-0 5/0 18:44
    0-2 0/0 15:35
    2-1 6/2 17:07
    0-0 7/1 19:45
    0-0 3/0 19:40
    0-0 4/0 7:13
    0-0 1/0 11:37
    0-0 2/0 10:37
    0-1 0/0 9:44
    0-0 2/0 8:12
    0-0 2/-1 14:52
    0-0 2/0 6:45
    0-0 0/1 7:15
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
     
    FRANZENHOLMSTROMLILJADOWNEYKOLASAUKINDLMCCARTY
    DateOpp # 93 # 96
    Apr 16
    Apr 18
    Apr 21
    Apr 23
    May 1
    May 3
    May 5
    May 7
    May 10
    May 12
    May 14
    May 17
    May 19
    May 22
    May 24
    May 27
    May 30
    Vs CBJ
    Vs CBJ
    @ CBJ
    @ CBJ
    Vs ANA
    Vs ANA
    @ ANA
    @ ANA
    Vs ANA
    @ ANA
    Vs ANA
    Vs CHI
    Vs CHI
    @ CHI
    @ CHI
    Vs CHI
    Vs PIT
    1-1 4/0 17:49
    0-1 1/1 16:06
    0-2 1/3 16:57
    1-0 (W) 5/0 20:44
    1-0 5/1 19:04
    1-1 4/1 30:45
    0-0 2/0 17:01
    2-1 3/1 18:25
    1-0 4/1 20:22
    1-0 5/-1 21:09
    0-1 1/0 20:31
    1-2 4/3 16:50
    0-0 4/1 19:44
    0-0 2/-2 19:16
    1-0 (W) 2/1 21:11
    0-0 5/-1 20:35
    1-0 (W) 2/1 17:10
    0-0 0/0 13:08
    0-1 0/0 13:42
    1-0 1/1 14:21
    1-1 1/1 17:25
    0-0 4/-1 15:32
    0-0 1/-1 25:21
    0-0 2/0 14:07
    0-0 2/0 13:02
    0-0 0/0 13:38
    0-0 1/0 12:34
    0-0 1/0 11:52
    0-0 1/-1 11:40
    0-0 0/0 11:42
    0-0 0/-1 13:15
    0-0 0/2 12:03
    0-1 2/1 13:01
    0-0 0/0 11:55
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    INJ
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    DND
    DND
    DND
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played
     
    CONKLINOSGOODHOWARD
    DateOpp # 29 # 30
    Apr 16
    Apr 18
    Apr 21
    Apr 23
    May 1
    May 3
    May 5
    May 7
    May 10
    May 12
    May 14
    May 17
    May 19
    May 22
    May 24
    May 27
    May 30
    Vs CBJ
    Vs CBJ
    @ CBJ
    @ CBJ
    Vs ANA
    Vs ANA
    @ ANA
    @ ANA
    Vs ANA
    @ ANA
    Vs ANA
    Vs CHI
    Vs CHI
    @ CHI
    @ CHI
    Vs CHI
    Vs PIT
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    DNP
    0/9 20
    DNP
    DNP
    1-21 W 60
    0-25 W 60
    1-32 W 60
    5-32 W 60
    2-24 W 60
    4/46L 101
    2-23 L 59
    3-28 W 60
    1-17 W 60
    2-28 L 59
    3-27 W 60
    2-32 W 60
    2-39 W 65
    4-27 L 62
    1-19 W 40
    1-31 W 64
    1-32 W 60
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    MIN
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    DND
    Skaters: Goals-Assists (GameWinning or GameTying) Shots / (+/-) TOI Goalies: Goals Allowed / Shots Decision Minutes Played