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Detroit Red Wings vs. Vancouver Canucks – NHL (2/13/2017)


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Dylan Larkin scored twice and Dylan Larkin scored two goals. In addition to this, the Detroit Red Wings extended their winning streak to 6-1. Obviously, with a win against their struggled Vancouver Canucks on Monday.

Robby And Gustav Lindstrom each contributed a goal. Furthermore, assisted The Red Wings (24-20-8), who took home their third consecutive game.

Pius Suter and Jonatan Berggren have also hit the back of the net to help the hosts. Apart from this, Michael Rasmussen notched a pair of assists.

The Canucks’ (21-29-4) lone goal was scored by Sheldon Dries early in the second half of the game.


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Detroit Red Wings player Ville Husso made 29 saves. Including, a last-minute penalty shot Collin Delia stopped 17-of-23 shots for Vancouver. The team that has conceded 5 or more goals its 25 of 54 games played this season.

This was the third time in the span of three days. On the trot, that the Detroit Red Wings have chalked up a lopsided win against Canucks. Canucks following their rout 5-1 at home in Detroit the previous Saturday.

The Canucks were granted a penalty at 59.4 seconds remaining on the clock of the game. Husso was flagged for delay of the game. Thus, after the net was thrown over his back. While, Elias Pettersson tried to jam an attempt to hit the opposite side on the other side of the net.

The depth forward Phillip Di Giuseppe skated in and fired a quick wrist shot through his goalie’s blocking.

Berggren completed the scoring 7:52 into the 3rd period. That is, by securing a clean ball by Joe Veleno and tapping it into the backdoor. Thus, making the score 6-1. It was eleven goals in the year.

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Suter extended up the score to 4 goals in the first half. Importantly, as he fired a shot that sailed past Delia in the lower slot.


Lindstrom made it 4-1 in just 40 seconds of the final minute of the game. Rasmussen took the puck to the goal’s edge and tried a wraparound before Lindstrom finally put the puck into the net for his first goal of the campaign.

The Canucks were given the chance to score a second goal in the second period with two Power plays. However, they they couldn’t make the most of the advantage of the man.

In the end, Anthony Beauvillier rang a shot over the crossbar. Furthermore, Brock Boeser sent a puck that bounced across the goalpost.

Detroit was a perfect one-for-one with the man advantage , while Vancouver was 4-4 for 0.

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It was the Red Wings retook a two-goal cushion in the middle of the second half. Exactly, when Fabbri made it seven scoring goal for the year. The centre took Rasmussen’s shot in the slot , and swung the ball into Delia’s leg that was stretched out to score 3-1 at 8:09.

Vancouver reduced its deficit to just 1:31 in the second period. That is, when Conor Garland sent a pass to Dries across the slot. The centre picked up the puck off of his skate and then used his other hand to put it behind Husso.

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The Red Wings took a 2-0 advantage after 35.2 seconds remaining in the first half. That is, after Quinn Hughes was sent to the box to cross-check.

Tyler Bertuzzi sent Fabbri a ball from under the goal line. On top of this, Fabbri received a quick pass off to Larkin, who put the ball into the back of the net. That is, to score the 20th time of the season.

Larkin first hit the ball at the tenth minute of the game, after his teammate Moritz Seider picked up the ball within Canucks territory, and then dropped it over captain Delia, Red Wings’ captain. Larkin ran through the ice, then pulled the puck over his body, and then fired an attempt through Delia to score the opening goal.

Vancouver has placed the goalie Spencer Martin on waivers for assignment to the American Hockey League’s Abbotsford Canucks on Monday. The 27-year old has an 11-15-1 record with an 3.99 goals-against average as well as a .871 save percentage for the season. The starting netminder Thatcher Demko has been out for a lower body injury since December. 1 but is expected to return shortly.

Canucks right-winger Vasily Podkolzin took part in the 100th NHL game. The 21-year-old Russian from Moscow was selected 10th in the overall order at the time of Vancouver in the draft, and has since recorded thirty points with the club, which includes three assists and a goal in just 21 games this season.

Vancouver hosted the second edition of its Black History Month game. The celebrations featured warm-up uniforms designed by the Ethiopian-Canadian artist Yared Nigussu, as well as a formal puck drop that featured the pioneering athletes Alton White John Craighead, and the Canucks manager of minor hockey Rod Brathwaite.

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