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Red Wings Monday practice post in progress: Franzen practiced but won’t play tomorrow

Updated 2x at 2:43 PM: The Detroit Red Wings took to the ice about an hour ago in Nashville, hoping to kick-start themselves after dropping their thrid straight game against Minnesota last night, and there is some good news in the injury department, from DetroitRedWings.com's Bill Roose:

Here come Tweets galore...

This is always good news, per the Detroit News's Ted Kulfan...

MLive's Ansar Khan noted the team's personnel tweaks...

And the Free Press's Helene St. James took note of the highlights of practice:

Update #1: No Mule tomorrow, per Khan and St. James:

Update #1.5: Ahem:

Update #2: The Windsor Star's Bob Duff asked Jordin Tootoo about returning to Nashville before the Wings headed on the road:

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BrendonR's avatar

I’m not sure if Babs has been watching different games than the rest of us the past couple years, but it seems obvious to me that Fil seems to flourish when he plays on Z’s wing and Mule seems to kick into gear on Pav’s wing. It’s all backwards this year.

Posted by BrendonR on 02/18/13 at 02:47 PM ET

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