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Detroit Red Wings at Anaheim Ducks, March 14, 2012: Fan Preview
The Detroit Red Wings, a team that has taken three of three games from the Los Angeles Kings simply could not find their groove on Tuesday night. It was a tough road loss, and the wings desperately need to learn to win on the road before the playoffs start.
Detroit faces another difficult challenge with a back-to-back game against the Anaheim Ducks. While the Ducks are average at best from a team perspective, Teemu Selanne could be a challenge if not contained.
It should be safe to assume Joey MacDonald will get the start with Jimmy Howard just returning from injury and playing the night before. He is a breath of fresh air after the pain of watching Ty Conklin in the net for the majority of the season as the backup.
Come playoff time, they should be back to full strength.
The Detroit Red Wings will take on the Anaheim Ducks at the Honda Center located in Anaheim, California on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at 10 p.m. EDT.
Detroit comes into the game having lost their last two games and with a 44-23-3 record. They are 16-19-1 on the road have won just three of their last 10 games.
Anaheim enters the matchup having lost their last three games and with a 29-30-11 record. They are 18-14-2 on their home ice and have won four of their last 10 games.
The season series…
The season series stands at 3-0 in favor of the Red Wings.
Where to watch…
The game can be watched live nationwide with NHL Center Ice or —
In Detroit: FSD
In Anaheim: FSPT
The season statistic leaders…
Injuries to note…
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