Detroit Red Wings vs. Stars Game 80 Preview, Prediction, Odds

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The Detroit Red Wings are nearly at the end of the line. It’s close. With just three games left in the season, it’s almost time to wrap it up on another year of Red Wings hockey. But not before the team faces off against three more tough opponents.

The Detroit Red Wings are playing host to the Dallas Stars, who are battling with the Colorado Avalanche at the top of the Central Division with 102 points. Dallas is 7-2-1 in their last ten games, with wins in each of their previous three.

The Red Wings are going to have their hands full in this one. It’s certainly not going to be easy. The Stars are playing good hockey, and it will require the Red Wings to stop a team that is surging right now. The Red Wings are fresh off a tough loss to the Penguins.

As the Stars approach the postseason, they are looking to build some momentum and just everything firing on all cylinders. The way they have played as of late has been excellent, but they are looking to keep it going.

Detroit Red Wings game information and prediction vs. Stars

Jason Robertson has been absolutely on fire for the Stars. He’s been an offense machine as of late. With four goals and eight assists in the last five games, Robertson leads the Stars with 12 points. He’s going to be a problem for the Red Wings.

Jake Oettinger is the netminder for the Stars which could be problematic for the Red Wings. He’s 35-11-11 with a 2.42 GAA, a .918 SV%, and four shutouts, respectively. Their backup, Scott Wedgewood, has not been too shabby either, 8-8-3 in his 19 starts.

Game: Detroit Red Wings (35-34-10) vs. Dallas Stars (44-24-14)

When: Monday, April 10th

Time: 7:00 PM ET

Where: Little Caesars Arena

Where to Watch: Bally Sports Detroit/ ESPN+

Odds: According to DraftKings, the Dallas Stars are the favorite on the Moneyline with a -180 payout. The Detroit Red Wings have a +155 payout on the Moneyline. The Red Wings are +1.5 with a -165 payout on the Puck Line. The Stars are -1.5 with a +140 payout on the Moneyline. The over/under is set at 6. Both the over and the under have a -110 payout.

Prediction: The Red Wings will have to get things going quickly and beat Oettinger. For the Red Wings, they are going to have to keep the offense rolling and come out producing scoring chances. They’re going to have their hands full in this one. I’m taking the Red Wings +1.5 on the Puck Line. I think they’ll be able to stay close enough in this one.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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