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Videos- Post-Game Talk And Highlights After Detroit’s Loss To The Anaheim Ducks

from Ansar Khan of Mlive,

The Detroit Red Wings suffered their first loss of the season Tuesday, losing to themselves.

At least, that’s how they felt after self-destructing in the third period and falling 3-1 to the Anaheim Ducks at Little Caesars Arena.

“We beat ourselves 100 percent tonight,” Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said. “That’s not to take anything away from them. They hung in there and kept playing, but we beat ourselves for sure.”


Below, watch post-game talk and game highlights.

Abdelkader, Larkin, Howard and Blashill.



Four minutes of Blashill.




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The Meal's avatar

The Red Wings, meanwhile, get the award for most 30-plus players, as they incredibly have nine on the roster, including four who are 35-plus. That’s hard to do given there are only 26 across the entire NHL. Steve Yzerman has a lot of work to do getting that group younger and more competitive.


Posted by The Meal from Firestone, CO on 10/09/19 at 10:04 AM ET

bigfrog's avatar

it’s going to take time to shed some of those contracts. mad

Posted by bigfrog on 10/09/19 at 08:49 PM ET

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