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Videos- Post Game Talk After A Loss Tonight In Chicago

Up first is Dylan Larkin below fid Mickey Redmond, Jeff Blashill and the game highlights.

added, Dylan Larkin, Christian DJoos and Jeff Blashill in one video below...

 

Mickey Redmond

 

 

Jeff Blashill

 

 

 

Game Highlights

 

 

Dylan Larkin, Christian DJoos and Jeff Blashill

 

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from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News,

Maybe it was the routine being disrupted, and certainly give credit to the opponent.

But the Red Wings didn’t look right Friday, while losing to the Chicago Blackhawks 4-1.

The Wings badly lost the special-teams battle, which didn’t help either, while falling to 2-3 for the season.

“We’re hockey players, we have a lot of guys who’ve played in the NHL for quite some time, we’re professionals,” said forward Dylan Larkin, who scored the lone Wings’ goal. “We have to show up and play. Our start was good, we just didn’t get the puck past the goalie, and we made it too easy for them to get comfortable.

“We forced it too much and gave them too much, just needless turnovers.”

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Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 01/23/21 at 02:58 AM ET

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