Pavel Datsyuk

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Red Wings Push Stars to the Brink

Detroit wins ninth straight postseason game for 3-0 series lead

(Newser) - Pavel Datsyuk and the Detroit Red Wings got the best retaliation against Mike Ribeiro and the Dallas Stars—a record-setting victory. Datsyuk scored twice in the first period then again with 2:41 left, and the Red Wings beat the Stars 5-2 Monday night to take a 3-0 lead in... More »

Red Wings Go Up 3-0 on Avs

Colorado pushed to brink of elimination

(Newser) - The usually heated Colorado-Detroit matchup has never been this one-sided, on the scoreboard or in the trainer's room. Pavel Datsyuk scored twice and Johan Franzen picked up his sixth goal of the series, putting the Red Wings on the cusp of the Western Conference finals with a 4-3 victory Tuesday... More »

Wings Come From Behind to Soar Over Stars

Sens prevail over Habs; Kovalchuk, Thrashers douse Flames

(Newser) - Detroit's offense shone in the third period, scoring three goals to beat the Stars, 5-3. Pavel Datsyuk had a big night with two goals and an assist, helping the Wings reach 100 points for the eighth straight year, tying a league record set by Montreal in 1982. Chris Osgood got... More »

Canucks Add to Wounded Red Wings' Pain

Kesler stings depleted Detroit with 2 goals in 4-1 Vancouver victory

(Newser) - The Red Wings have plenty of troubles without having to watch a hometown boy return to Detroit to pile it on, but that didn't stop Ryan Kesler from making two solo charges to the net in the third period of Vancouver's 4-1 triumph. With injuries depleting the defensive line, the... More »

Jackets Add to Wings Woes

Modin scores twice as Detroit falls for fifth straight time

(Newser) - The Columbus Blue Jackets made sure the Detroit Red Wings' rare fifth straight loss was painful last night. Fredrik Modin scored two goals and Rick Nash had a goal and two assists, as the Jackets won 5-1, reports the AP. Chris Osgood, starting his second straight game for the injured... More »

Osgood, Wings Blank Blues 5-0

Detroit improves on best record in the league

(Newser) - Chris Osgood only needed to stop 20 shots to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a 5-0 victory over the St. Louis Blues. The Detroit defense helped Osgood record his 45th career shutout by limiting St. Louis to just one shot during a 5-on-3 St. Louis power play in the... More »

Ovechkin Good, But Not Enough, in Detroit Debut

Countryman Datsyuk shines as Wings doff Caps in shootout, 4-3

(Newser) - Alexander Ovechkin's first game in Detroit kept him in the running for leading goal-scorer, but it was fellow Russian Pavel Datsyuk who took over the game with three assists and a decisive goal in the shootout. Tomas Holmstrom capitalized on two of Datsyuk's masterful dimes, although he also inadvertently banked... More »

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