After ThursdayÆs loss in Phoenix, I complained Detroit wasnÆt shooting enough. The Red Wings shot plenty on Saturday night in Colorado, but instead were met by a brick wall of a goalie. Avs netminder Craig Anderson stopped 48 of 49 shots fired his way to completely stymie the Red Wings. One goalùa Kris Draper backhanded shot after he did his best Tomas Holmstrom impressionùwasnÆt enough for Detroit, and Colorado blasted two of its 23 shots past Jimmy Howard for a 3-1 victory. At one point in the first period, Holmstrom had a wide-open chance on the power play. He calmly stuffed the puck into AndersonÆs pads. One period later, while shorthanded, Dan Cleary had a similar amount of time to just walk into AndersonÆs face with the puck, and the Avs goalie calmly stuck out his stick to ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NHL
Article written by Evan Drexler