Sunday, April 15, 2012

Game Three -- Predators and Red Wings April 15, 2012

The Preds and the Wings have turned their showdown into a bit of a blood feud and all of that in but two games.  With Shea Webers hit on Henrik Zetterberg still resonating across the league, Game number three may turn the heat up even more as the two teams arrive in the Motor City.

Detroit bounced back nicely from their opening night setback with a game two victory, now the key for the Wings will be to carry on with their momentum  and take the lead in the best of seven series.

It's an early morning start for hockey fans and broadcasters alike

Game Three-- Nashville 3  at Detroit 2  

Predators lead the series 2 games to 1

Previews and Reviews below:

Post Game

Detroit News-- Desperate days await if Wings' foolish play continues
Detroit News-- Predators turn back Wings, reclaim series lead
Detroit News-- Just when Wings have Pekka Rinne beat... they don't
Detroit News-- Red Wings' resilience can't overcome lack of discipline
Detroit Free Press-- Red Wings had shots, but Pekka Rinne is a wrecka
Detroit Free Press-- Nashville 3, Detroit 2: Predators win Game 3 ...
Detroit Free Press-- Home ice, noisy Joe Louis Arena crowd are little help for Red Wings...
Detroit Free Press-- Red Wings' penalty plague continues vs. Predators
The Tennessean-- Nashville Predators beat Detroit Red Wings 3-2
The Tennessean-- Nashville Predators' Kevin Klein has big goal, big block
The Tennessean-- Nashville Predators' Shea Weber beats boos with quick goal
Globe and Mail-- Nashville regains series lead with victory in Detroit

Pre Game

Detroit News-- Red Wings, Predators both expect to be better in Game 3 today
Detroit News-- Red Wings pull the switch on the Predators' power play
Detroit Free Press-- Silence is golden for Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard
Detroit Free Press-- Veteran Red Wings know to take hits, dish them out, move on
Detroit Free Press-- Red Wings' Johan Franzen retaliates for elbow in face
The Tennessean-- Nashville Predators need scoring plays from top line
Globe and Mail -- Red Wings hoping home ice is still an advantage

Previous items on the Series

Game Two
Game One

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