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from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News,

Blashill elected to slide Robby Fabbri into Bertuzzi’s spot on a line with Larkin and Lucas Raymond, while Carter Rowney drew into the lineup.

“Fabbs, for me, has been outstanding from day one of training camp in terms of his competitiveness, he has a high compete level, he’s got skill and has some of the attributes that Bert brings to the table in terms of going to get pucks and ability to score,” Blashill said.

“We think it’s the most natural guy going to that line. He and Raymond have played together and played well, and Fabs centered that line when Larks was out.

“We think it gives us a good piece up there.”

Bertuzzi’s decision to not get the shots, said Blashill, doesn’t bring any hard feelings among teammates.

“Our guys love Tyler Bertuzzi, he’s a great teammate, and as a coaching staff I’ve loved coaching him,” Blashill said. “He’s somebody that comes to work every day. He has great character.

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Posted by Paul from Motown Area on 10/23/21 at 01:41 PM ET

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