Red Wings fall to Nashville in first shootout of season
DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings did fine for most of regulation time on Tuesday, but their struggles after 60 minutes continue. Ryan Johansen and Roman Josi scored in the shootout to lift the Nashville Predators to a 3-2 victory at Little Caesars Arena in the Red Wings’ first shootout of the season. Detroit weathered overtime, where it is 1-5 this season, before Dylan Larkin and Filip Zadina were denied by Juuse Saros in the shootout. Danny DeKeyser and Adam Erne scored for the Red Wings (13-22-6) in regulation. The Red Wings were caught on a bad change as a few players headed off while the puck was in the neutral zone.mlive.com
Rinne makes 24 saves as Predators beat Red Wings 2-0
(Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)DETROIT – Pekka Rinne made 24 saves in his first shutout of the season, leading the Nashville Predators to a 2-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night. But the Red Wings challenged for goaltender interference because Mikael Granlund’s skate had hit Bernier’s left pad, and the goal was nullified. AdThe Red Wings came up empty on their only power play in the second. “I thought our battle level was about 80%,” Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said. The Red Wings recalled forward Mathias Bromé and defenseman Danny DeKeyser from the taxi squad and reassigned goaltender Kaden Fulcher to the taxi squad.
Fabbro’s late goal lifts Predators over Red Wings, 3-2
NEWARK, NEW JERSEY - JANUARY 30: Dante Fabbro #57 of the Nashville Predators skates against the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center on January 30, 2020 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The first game-winning goal of Dante Fabbro’s career came in dramatic fashion. Fabbro scored with 59.2 seconds remaining to give the Nashville Predators a 3-2 victory over the struggling Detroit Red Wings on Thursday night. POWER PLAY STRUGGLINGAfter coming up empty in four opportunities with the man advantage Thursday night, the Red Wings have not scored a power-play goal in their last seven games. “We still go over the boards trying to score,” Red Wings captain Dylan Larkin said.