Red Wings vs. Blackhawks: GDU, Lineups, Keys to the Game

Winging It In Motown

Game Day Updates

Not exactly Wings related for this gameday, but a worthwhile update to share:

Lineups

Detroit

Forwards
Evgeny Svechnikov – Dylan Larkin – Filip Zadina
Jakub Vrana – Michael Rasmussen – Vatteri Filppula
Richard Panik – Vadislav Namestnikov – Sam Gagner
Darren Helm – Luke Glendening – Adam Erne

Defense
Dennis Cholowski – Filip Hronek
Marc Staal – Troy Stecher
Danny DeKeyser – Gustav Lindstrom

Goalies
Jonathan Bernier
Thomas Greiss

Blackhawks

Forwards
Brandon Hagel – Pius Suter – #88
Alex DeBrincat – Kirby Dach – Dylan Strome
Dominik Kubalik – Philipp Kurashev – Vinnie Hinostroza
Brett Connolly – David Kampf – Ryan Carpenter

Defense
Riley Stillman – Connor Murphy
Duncan Keith – Nikita Zadorov
Ian Mitchell – Wyatt Kalynuk

Goalies
Kevin Lankinen
Malcolm Subban

1. Pretend you’re playing the Hurricanes

Two straight really solid games by the Red Wings has me spoiled. Is it really too much to ask to not look like ass against the Blackhawks?

2. Count on the guy wearing #15 to score

I know that hasn’t worked out so well for us in the recent past, but I’ve got a good feeling about this one.

3. Support the Goalie

Both ends of the ice this time. Score a lot and don’t allow many chances.

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