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Quick Recap- Detroit/Montreal

The Detroit Red Wings played a very good road game and Jonathan Bernier was outstanding in goal.

The Montreal Canadiens did not bring their 'A' game tonight.

Detroit 2 Montreal 1

Detroit goals and stats below.







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ilovehomers's avatar

Wings dug themselves a big enough hole. They can sacrifice a win or two in the tankathon.

Posted by ilovehomers on 12/14/19 at 11:21 PM ET

WingedRider's avatar

Paul, If you watched and listened to the canadian broadcast you would have described it differently.  Terrible home town made up excuses.

I watched it and ejoyed the Wings play and as you said Wings brought there A game and Bernier was on his game.  Habs stupid penalties, mostly Gallagher and a few others killed the Habs. Domi looked like someone lost, no goals in recent times.On the ice with the Goalie pulled, Duh?

AA played better with Zadina but old Fil was still stuck at center

Most goalies like lots of shots and sometimes play better.  Price didn’t see much rubber but both Wing goals were good goals.

Hate excuses for losing, better to look in the Mirror.

Posted by WingedRider from Saskatoon, SK on 12/15/19 at 07:45 PM ET

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