Mar 9, 2014; New York, NY, USA; New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist (30) makes a save on a shot by Detroit Red Wings defenseman Brian Lashoff (23) during the third period at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers defeated the Red Wings 3-0. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Red Wings Weekend Update

Red Wing News

Lashoff lucky shot didn’t do more damage – Detroit Red Wings

Brian Lashoff is a solid defensive defenseman and the Red Wings are lucky he wasn’t hurt more than that because they need him in the line-up and on the penalty kill.

Wings working to fix power play – Red Wings Front

The Wings’ power play looked better against the Blackhawks, but there is still a long way to go.

Red Wings aim to improve entries on power play, maintain strong penalty kill vs. Blackhawks – Mlive

Not having Datsyuk and Zetterberg in the line-up to carry the puck into the zone hurts, but someone has to step up or the Wings will have to dump and chase.

Detroit Red Wings’ next generation thrilled to learn on job, focused on playoff streak – Detroit Free Press

The young guns have a chance to impress the Red Wings in the NHL because of injuries, an opportunity that no generation has had in many years.

Rookie Riley Sheahan earns his place with Red Wings – The Detroit News

Sheahan is an NHL player and will be in Detroit for the reminder of this season and next year.

No headaches, Helm hopes to return soon – Detroit Red Wings

Helm has not had a formal practice with the Red Wings yet, but he could be ready as soon as Tuesday to play.

Red Wings recall Jordin Tootoo for Sunday’s game in Chicago; Todd Bertuzzi out with lower-body injury – Mlive

Jordin Tootoo played against Chicago, but did not do much. Bertuzzi should be ready to get back on the ice by Tuesday.

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