After a series sweep of the Carolina Hurricanes, and solid performances against the Chicago Blackhawks, the Detroit Red Wings turned their attention to the struggling Dallas Stars. The Stars have been hit hard by COVID this season, playing catch up for most of the year to get lost games in. The two teams were kicking off the first of four straight games against one another. Goaltenders Thomas Greiss and Anton Khudobin would get the nods in net.

    Red Wings Secondary Scoring

    For much of the season, the Red Wings have lacked offense, especially from their bottom-six forwards. Red Wings forward Luke Glendenning brought his offensive game, notching both of the Red Wings goals.  Both Glendening goals came at a crucial time, tying the game.


    Extra Time Needed – Stars Capitalize

    After a scoreless 3rd period the Stars and Red Wings exchanged chances in OT, with neither side finding the back of the net. Ten shooters later we would finally get a winner as Khudobin would stop Filip Hronek in the 5th round of the shootout. The Stars captured the victory and the extra point over the Red Wings. The two teams will see each other again right away, as they play in back-to-back games. They will be very familiar with each other after four straight games against each other this week.

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