Red Wings at Wild: GDU, Lineups, Keys to the Game
Game Day Updates
Well, there’s the answer to who is being called up with Green out. You’d have to think they wouldn’t call him up if he wasn’t going to play. *Checks bobblehead schedule*
UPDATE: He’s skating on a pair in the morning skate.
#RedWings have recalled defenseman Dennis Cholowski from @griffinshockey— Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) January 22, 2020
No surprise here: Howard is starting.
#RedWings Howard in starter’s net.— Dana Wakiji (@Dwakiji) January 22, 2020
Happy Birthday, Robby! 🎉 pic.twitter.com/UqWgWXqSCX— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) January 22, 2020
Tyler Bertuzzi - Dylan Larkin - Filip Zadina
Brendan Perlini - Valtteri Filppula - Robby Fabbri
Darren Helm - Luke Glendening - Adam Erne
Givani Smith - Christoffer Ehn - Justin Abdelkader
Patrik Nemeth - Filip Hronek
Trevor Daley - Madison Bowey
Dennis Cholowski - Alex Biega
Zach Parise - Eric Staal - Mats Zuccarello
Jason Zucker - Ryan Donato - Kevin Fiala
Marcus Foligno - Joel Eriksson Ek - Luke Kunin
Jordan Greenway - Mikko Koivu - Ryan Hartman
Ryan Suter - Jared Spurgeon
Jonas Brodin - Mathew Dumba
Greg Pateryn - Carson Soucy
Keys to the Game
1. Keep Trying Stuff
Among the things that remain reasons to keep watching has been the tenacity of the Dylan Larkin - Tyler Bertuzzi combination, the aggression by Filip Hronek, and the creativity by Filip Zadina. Continuing to figure out what you can regularly get away with and which kind of gambles are the ones that aren’t worth it is a tough process. Keep working on that learning.
2. Keep Composure
The Wings have talked about and demonstrated a willingness to play rougher and tougher of late. I do like that and want to see that continue. They also need to be aware of where the line is on that and ensure that they’re staying on the right side of it. Being a young group that’s hard to play against and sticks up for each other is good. Being a bunch of petulant goons is bad.
3. Shoot the Damn Puck
Only the Sharks have given up more goals in the West than Minnesota (who has allowed 31 fewer goals than Detroit). The Wings are the worst scoring team in the NHL. This is going to be a good opportunity to at least take a step towards respectability in the GF department.