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Videos- A Much Needed Win

from Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press,

The Detroit Red Wings demonstrated — to themselves, most importantly — how well they can play.

They even demonstrated they can score on the power play, thanks to their latest addition.

Their performance against the Boston Bruins is something to build on when the Wings host the Vegas Golden Knights Sunday. They won on the strength of special teams and the goaltending of Jonathan Bernier.

Most immediately, the 4-2 victory meant coming off the ice in a good mood, instead of the misery that descended as blowout losses piled up.

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from Ansar Khan of Mlive,

Perhaps a change of scenery will re-ignite Robby Fabbri’s career. Maybe an offensive spark from a newcomer can help right the Detroit Red Wings to at least a point where they’re consistently competitive.

Friday’s 4-2 victory over a strong Boston Bruins team provided some positive energy for a team experiencing its worst stretch in years.

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Below, watch the extended game highlights and post game interviews.

Game highlights.

 

 

Fabrri, Bernier, Bertuzze and Blashill.

 

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