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Videos- Game Highlights And Post-Game Talk

Below you will find the game highlights,Dylan Larkin and Jeff Blashill.

If you dvr'd the game and are a Detroit fan, trust me, you are better off watching the highlights.

added 4:54pm, Besides Larkin and Blashill, watch Kronwall, Howard and Nielsen below.

 

 

 

 

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Paul's avatar

Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News,

Maybe the dads will give them a good talking to.

It would certainly be in order for the Red Wings, who have their dads on this trip and made the elders sit through an unenergetic, 3-1 loss to Buffalo Saturday afternoon.

“Just not enough oomph in our finishes,” said defenseman Niklas Kronwall, speaking primarily about the final 40 minutes. “Especially in the third period, we spent at least the first 10 or 12 minutes, way too much time in our defensive zone. We have to be better there.”

Just as the other night against Vegas, a poor second period hurt the Wings.

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Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 02/09/19 at 05:51 PM ET

bigfrog's avatar

Another uninspiring game along with the usual poor second period. mad

Posted by bigfrog on 02/09/19 at 06:34 PM ET

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