Red Wings vs Predators: GDU, Lineups, Keys to the Game

Winging It In Motown

Game Day Updates

I don’t know if this officially means we’re starting the “Bertuzzi has to skate for a week before he’s back” countdown, but fingers crossed.

Lineups

Detroit

Forwards
Dylan Larkin – Filip Zadina
Givani Smith – Vladislav Namestnikov – Anthony Mantha
Evgeny Svechnikov – Michael Rasmussen – Frans Nielsen
Darren Helm – Luke Glendening – Adam Erne

Defense
Danny DeKeyser – Filip Hronek
Marc Staal – Troy Stecher
Patrik Nemeth – Jon Merrill
Christian Djoos

Goalies
Thomas Greiss
Calvin Pickard

Predators

Forwards
Tolvanen – Johanen – Pitlick
Jarnkrok – Granlund – Kunin
Grimaldi – Haula – Cousins
Trenen – Scissons – Olivier

Defense
Josi – Fabbro
Ekholm – Benning
Davies – Harpur

Goalies
Saros
Rinne

1. Goal Support

I think that scoring six goals again would give Detroit a good chance to win the game. I’m not sure Greiss knew what to do with himself with the team in front of him scoring more than once. Let’s help him get used to that with more goal support tonight.

2. Set the tone

The last game that Detroit played against Nashville was a 7-1 drubbing. Keeping Nashville off the board early will help to avoid that “here we go again” feeling.

3. Take advantage of the Nashville PK

Nashville’s PK is really bad.

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