Red Wings Surrender Lead (Again), Lose to Coyotes

Posted: 23rd October 2009 by Matt Hutter in NHL
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We're a few months away from February, but the Detroit Red Wings may be thinking it's Groundhog Day in October. For the second straight game, the Wings surrendered a one goal lead with about three minutes left in the game en route to a 3-2 OT loss to the Phoenix Coyotes. Detroit played a solid game for most of the night. Chris Osgood was sharp early in the game and kept his team in it throughout the first period, which could have easily ended 3-1, as opposed to 1-1. Pavel Datsyuk, returning from an upper-body injury, looked sharp right from his first shift, busting down the boards and turning Phoenix defenseman Ed Jovanaski inside out to get a great scoring chance. Zetterberg continued his great play, creating several chances along with reunited linemate Datsyuk. The story of the night cen ...

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