May 2, 2013; Anaheim, CA, USA; Detroit Red Wings left wing Justin Abdelkader (8) pins Anaheim Ducks defenseman Sheldon Souray (44) to the boards during the third period in game two of the first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs at the Honda Center. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

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Red Wings’ Justin Abdelkader fired up to return for Game 6 after watching pair of ‘nerve-racking’ games – Mlive

He should have a bunch of energy stored up for this game, after having two games off. Remember to throw that body around Abby.

Wings goalie Jimmy Howard aware of his importance – The Detroit News

He might not be a league MVP, but he has been this teams MVP.

Drew Sharp: Red Wings should stick with youngsters until the end – Detroit Free Press

One bad play does not negate all of the god the Nyquist-Andersson-Brunner line has done this series. Keep them together Babcock.

Joakim Andersson: “I want to be a good defensive player and that was not a good defensive play.” – Red Wings Front

Andersson has been solid defensively all season and playoffs; he has things to work on in the offseason, but he has been good.

My Red Wings Superstitions – Winging It In Motown

First rule about superstitions is that you don’t talk about superstitions.

From Call-up to Cornerstone: Andersson Making His NHL Case – The Left Wing Lock

Andersson and Nyquist have made great cases and will be back in Detroit next season.

Duff: Brunner part of Swiss connection – Windsor Star

Anaheim has two and Detroit only has one, I think we need more cheese.

Detroit’s Young Guns Carrying The Weight – Octopus Thrower

They are and they will continue to do so.


Last, but certainly not least, a reason to keep disliking Corey Perry.

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