Red Wings vs. Sharks: Gameday Updates, Lineups, Keys to the Game

Winging It In Motown

ICYMI in the Quick Hits, DOG (and Zadina, I guess) UPDATE!!!!!!!

Detroit Red Wings


Michael Rasmussen – Dylan Larkin – Lucas Raymond
Jonatan Berggren – Andrew Copp – David Perron
Dominik Kubalik – Joe Veleno – Robby Fabbri
Adam Erne – Pius Suter – Oskar Sundqvist


Jake Walman – Moritz Seider
Ben Chiarot – Filip Hronek
Olli Maatta – Jordan Oesterle


Ville Husso
Magnus Hellberg

San Jose Sharks


Timo Meier – Tomas Hertl – Michael Eyssimont
Matt Nieto – Logan Couture – Alexander Barbanov
Nick Bonino – Nico Sturm – Kevin LaBanc
Oskar Lindblom – Steven Lorentz – Jonah Gadjovich


Jaycob Megna – Erik Karlsson
Marc-Eduoard Vlasic – Mario Ferraro
Scott Harrington – Nick Cicek


James Reimer
Kaapo Kahkonen

  • Finish: Whether it’s finding a way to turn a prime scoring chance into a goal or playing the entire 60 minutes to turn a good performance into a win, it’s time to start earning something to show for the past few weeks’ worth of solid hockey.
  • Let the Top Line Cook: It hasn’t always been smooth sailing for the Wings’ top line this year, but Larkin, Raymond, and current #1 LW Michael Rasmussen are starting to heat up a bit. Against a weak Sharks’ goaltending and defense (actual defense) unit, there are going to be plenty of opportunities for that trio to heat up again.

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