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Quick Hits - June 1st Edition

Thanks to SBN's new clippings tool, it's even easier for us at WIM to put together links to articles about the Wings. Here's what people are saying after last night's Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

Game 2 Recap: Bankrupt in Luck; Pens get chances but fall 3-1 in Detroit - PensBurgh - Recap: Penguins @ Red Wings - 05/30/2009

Petulance vs. Maturity at On the Wings | Hockey | Goaltending's Osgood as new for Wings

Different path, same frustrating end now faces Pittsburgh Penguins - ESPN

Hockeytown Static: Holy crap

Bingo Bango: Deja Vu.....again?

Around the Rink – June 1st Edition " Official Blog for the Detroit Red Wings

2009 Stanley Cup final: Wings go up 2-0 - From The Rink

Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock clears up Sidney Crosby/headhunting comment - ESPN

Red Wings-Penguins post-Game 2 presser transcripts: Gill insists Penguins have outplayed Wings, Babcock apologizes to Crosby - Snapshots



With a pair of 3-1 thrillers, Wings halfway to 12th Cup | | Detroit Free Press - 2009 Stanley Cup Final: Detroit vs. Pittsburgh: New kick plate put in on 'Joe' boards two years ago - 2009 Stanley Cup Final: Detroit vs. Pittsburgh: Wings display championship mettle in Game 2 win - 2009 Stanley Cup Final: Detroit vs. Pittsburgh: Osgood stops Malkin flight for second straight night

A couple of pain-killing shots and Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson will be good to go for Game 2

Chris Osgood, Red Wings shut down Sidney Crosby, beat Penguins 3-1 for 2-0 series lead

Two games in two nights no big deal to Red Wings

Unflappable Chris Osgood carries Red Wings

Osgood stars as Wings take 2-0 lead

Helm giving Wings much-needed energy

Malkin more menacing in these Finals

Zetterberg driving Pens' Crosby to distraction

Penguins still no match for Red Wings, who roll to 2-0 series lead

Unusual suspects are bailing out Wings

Encore performance sparks Wings to 2-0 series lead

No suspension for Malkin; Inside Detroit's 2-0 lead on Penguins - Puck Daddy

Don Cherry sure knows how to make an entrance | | Detroit Free Press
Who comes to mind when you think of 'The Most Interesting Man in the World'? Don Cherry, of course. So he was cast in the title role of a funny takeoff on that Dos Equis commercial for the 'Hockey Night in Canada' opening segment Sunday night.