Kane scores 400th goal as Blackhawks beat Red Wings 7-2
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - FEBRUARY 28: Patrick Kane #88 of the Chicago Blackhawks celebrates his 400th career goal in the third period against the Detroit Red Wings at the United Center on February 28, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. Kane scored his 400th career goal, Kevin Lankinen made a career-high 44 saves and the Chicago Blackhawks closed out a successful February with a 7-2 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night. Bouncing back nicely from a 5-3 loss to the Red Wings on Saturday night, the Blackhawks closed out a 9-3-1 February with their third win in four games. The Red Wings played without captain Dylan Larkin for the second straight game because of an upper-body injury. The Red Wings, who put 21 shots on net in the first, got one back when Gagner redirected Jon Merrill's shot past Lankinen with 2:09 to go.
Blackhawks top Red Wings 7-2 with third-period outburst
The Detroit Red Wings have seen plenty Kevin Lankinen this season, and they still haven’t solved him. The Red Wings (7-14-3), already missing Dylan Larkin and Tyler Bertuzzi with injuries, played without Robby Fabbri, who was hurt in Saturday’s game. Trailing 2-1, the Red Wings came out strong in the third period and had a couple of opportunities to tie it before Pius Suter scored at 1:32. The Red Wings put good pressure on Lankinen in the first period, outshooting the Blackhawks 21-12. His shot deflected off the stick of Christian Djoos, hit Biega in the side of the face and then went off Greiss’ stick and into the net.mlive.com
Here's what the Detroit Tigers' lineup, rotation could look like if Castellanos, Boyd are traded
The team already owns the worst record in baseball at 30-67, but what would the lineup and starting rotation look like without the best hitter and best starting pitcher on the roster? MORE: Dream deadline scenario for Detroit Tigers involving Castellanos, Boyd, Greene tradesRon Gardenhire tinkers with his lineup nearly every day. Starting rotationBoyd has become the unquestioned ace of the starting rotation over the last two years, and this season he's leading baseball in strikeout-to-walk ratio. If this ends up being the Tigers' starting rotation, it could be one of the worst in baseball history. The bottom line is: If Boyd gets traded, Turnbull is the only chance the Tigers have to feel good about every fifth game.