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Red Wings’ Dennis Cholowski eyes happier Vancouver homecoming | MLive
DETROIT – A 4-year-old Dennis Cholowski watched on TV when Nicklas Lidstrom’s shot from center ice eluded Dan Cloutier and changed the course of the 2002 first-round playoff series between the Detroit Red Wings and Vancouver.
“Of course, I remember that,” Cholowski said more than 17 years later. “Cloutier had a hole in his glove or something.”
Holy sh*t. He was FOUR?!??
I feel old.
“Big wake-up call, eye-opener, however you want to call it. It was tough, but I think it only made me better and stronger. I came back this year with a good attitude and a positive mindset.”
Dennis Cholowski was a healthy scratch last season when the Red Wings visited Vancouver. I bet he will be in the lineup tonight against the Canucks!
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