24 thoughts on “Game Thread: Red Wings at Oilers – 11/20”

  1. Geez, no one’s posted yet? Well, this game is far from boring :P

    4:58 left in the first with a goal by Hudler and two by Kopecky. Edmonton’s had one good chance, I think! ;D

    I’m sorry, I’m terrible at summarizing.

  2. Good saves by Osgood. Some pushing going around in front of the net. 2:57 left.

    2:35 left, penalty to the Oilers. Already have two power-play goals.

    And now Rafalski to the box ten seconds later.

  3. Fight between Lilja and Souray.

    Holy lord, Lilja actually took someone down! :P I am shocked beyond belief!

  4. The second power play goal (third goal) was changed and given to Datsyuk. I’m still happy Kopecky got a goal, though! <3

  5. Wow! Nick’s first penalty. Kind of weak though…

    Haha, awesome. Join the bandwagon! <3

    12:20 left. Edmonton still on the powerplay. Still not much happening.

    Powerplay over.

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    Stuart mixing it up a little again.

  6. Okay, I’m confused as hell. I get in the car after soccer and hear that Kopy has two *power play* goals? One’s been taken away but what the hell was he doing out there on the PP?

    And there’s no Larry Murphy. That was just explained but it was jarring.

    No Kronwall tonight?

  7. Having Craig Simpson with Ken Daniels is a little different, I hope Murph’s daughter is all right. Here comes another weak penalty! Crap I tell you! Where is Mickey when you need him!

  8. 8:41 left and Cogliano scores for the Oilers.

    Darn, no 4 – 0 shutout again =/

    ed —

    Kronner is out with a lower body injury and Homer was a gametime decision with no reason given.

    They said he had back spasms.

  9. Jiri Hudler gets his second of the night! :P Power-play goal.

    Lmao, poor Craig Simpson. His name pronunciations are terrible.

  10. Ily guys, but I have French homework.

    Be good commentators when I’m gone, and maybe keep your fingers crossed that Hudler will get a hat trick? :P

  11. The Red Wings begin a Western Canada road trip in Edmonton tonight, granting the Oilers a rematch after Detroit’s 4-0 win at the Joe on Monday.

    Dustin Penner is back in the lineup for Edmonton now that Fernando Pisani is out with a broken ankle.

    Chris Osgood gets the start in net for the Wings.

    Those are the only two lineup changes from Monday (as far as I’ve seen).

    I’ll be catching up with the game a little late, it’s a 9:00 start and I’ve got an 8:30 soccer game.

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