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Team W-L-OTL Pts
47-19-15 109
51-24-6 108
46-24-10 102
44-29-8 96
40-32-9 89
39-37-6 84
36-41-4 76
30-36-15 75

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  • Red Wings' James Reimer: Starting in Montreal

    Reimer will defend the road net Tuesday against the Canadiens, according to Daniella Bruce of the Red Wings' official site.

    Reimer has won four of his last five outings, including a 32-save effort in Saturday's 5-4 overtime victory over Toronto. He has a 10-8-2 record this season with a 3.07 GAA and a .905 save percentage across 24 appearances. Montreal is tied for 26th in the league this campaign with 2.81 goals per contest.

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  • Red Wings' Alex Lyon: Wins despite allowing four goals

    Lyon allowed four goals on 21 shots during Monday's 5-4 overtime win against Montreal.

    Lyon shouldered the heaviest workload of his NHL career this season, going 21-18-5 through 44 games. His .904 save percentage is the result of his roller-coaster play, which can even been seen in recent games. Following two strong games, he has allowed 10 goals on 48 shots over his last two outings. James Reimer is projected to start Tuesday's regular-season finale in Montreal.

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  • Red Wings' Lucas Raymond: Two goals lead late rally

    Raymond scored with 1:17 left in the third to send Monday's game to overtime and then scored the OT winner during Detroit's 5-4 victory over Montreal.

    With those goals, Raymond hits 31 on the year, securing his first 30-goal campaign. At just 22 years old, there's a bright future ahead of Raymond. He enters the last game of the season Tuesday carrying a five-game point streak, during which he has six goals and 10 points.

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  • Red Wings' J.T. Compher: Hits career-best goal total

    Compher scored twice in Monday's 5-4 overtime win against Montreal.

    The pair of goals brings Compher to a career-best total of 19 goals through 76 games. At 29 years old, fantasy managers know the kind of depth scoring Compher can provide. The numbers aren't gaudy, but his scoring pace hasn't dropped either, making him a consistent forward in a middle-six role.

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  • Red Wings' Alex DeBrincat: Scores in must-win victory

    DeBrincat scored a third-period goal and added an assist in Monday's 5-4 overtime win against Montreal.

    The pair of points bring DeBrincat to 67 points through 81 games, surpassing last season's total by one. It's not quite the 40-goal campaigns he posted with Chicago, but he continues to be a dangerous offensive threat, putting up three goals and seven points over the last three games.

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  • Red Wings' Andrew Copp: Back in action

    Copp (face) is in Monday's lineup against Montreal, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.

    Copp will return just two games after suffering a broken cheekbone. The 29-year-old has been held to 33 points through 77 games this season, with just one coming in his last eight appearances. He'll serve as a middle-six center Monday.

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  • Red Wings' Andrew Copp: Game-time decision

    Copp (face) will be a game-time call for Monday's clash with the Canadiens.

    Copp will look to return from a two-game absence after suffering a broken cheekbone. Prior to getting hurt, the 29-year-old center was struggling offensively with just one point in his last eight appearances. As such, Copp shouldn't be expected to offer much fantasy value over the Red Wings' last two contests if he is able to play.

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  • Red Wings' Alex Lyon: Starting Monday

    Lyon will protect the home net Monday versus the Canadiens, Daniella Bruce of the Red Wings' official site reports.

    Lyon allowed six goals on 27 shots in a 6-5 overtime loss to Pittsburgh on Thursday during his last outing. Through 43 appearances this season, he has posted a 20-18-5 record with a 3.03 GAA and a .906 save percentage. Montreal ranks 27th in the league with 2.80 goals per contest this campaign.

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  • Red Wings' Michael Rasmussen: Remains unavailable

    Rasmussen (upper body) has yet to resume skating ahead of Monday's matchup with Montreal, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.

    At this point, with the Red Wings ending the year with a back-to-back versus the Canadiens, Rasmussen figures to be a long shot to play in Tuesday's contest. That would be the 24-year-old's seventh game missed due to the upper-body issue. If Detroit doesn't make the playoffs, Rasmussen will end the year having notched 13 goals and 20 assists in 75 games this season.

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  • Red Wings' Ville Husso: Back from conditioning

    Husso (lower body) was recalled from his conditioning stint with AHL Grand Rapids on Sunday, per CapFriendly.

    Husso reportedly suffered a setback during his conditioning loan, so his status for the rest of the regular season is still unknown. The 29-year-old has appeared in just one game since Dec. 18 while dealing with multiple injuries. He's 9-5-2 with a 3.55 GAA and an .892 save percentage in 19 NHL games this season.

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  • Red Wings' Patrick Kane: Dials up two assists in OT win

    Kane contributed two assists -- including an overtime helper on the power play -- in Saturday's 5-4 OT win over the Maple Leafs.

    Kane wrapped around the net and found David Perron to put the Wings up 4-1 with 16.8 seconds to play in the first period. Kane then came through in the clutch with a soft shot that still had enough steam to be redirected by captain Dylan Larkin for the game-winning goal in overtime. Kane is up to 20 goals and 26 assists through 48 games in his debut campaign for the Red Wings. He got off to a late start to the season as he rounded out his recovery from hip surgery, but the Wings are still fighting for their playoff lives with two games to go in the regular season. There's been wide speculation that Kane, a pending unrestricted free agent, will join a new team if Detroit fails to extend its season.

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  • Red Wings' David Perron: Two points in season-saving win

    Perron registered a goal and an assist in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Maple Leafs.

    Perron saved his best stretch of hockey for the tail end of the regular season, as he's averaging a point per game with three goals and six assists over the last nine contests. His two-point performance Saturday helped the Wings avoid being eliminated from playoff contention with two games remaining. Perron has 16 goals and 28 assists working against a minus-11 rating through 74 games. He's in danger of missing the 50-point mark for the first time in five years, although a six-game suspension contributed to his decline in offensive totals.

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  • Red Wings' Dylan Larkin: Captain Clutch

    Larkin scored the overtime winner on the power play to complement an assist in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Maple Leafs.

    This is an example of a captain showing up for the biggest moment of his entire season. A regulation loss would have been devastating to Detroit's playoff hopes, but Larkin's clutch contributions helped the team avoid a total meltdown after permitting three unanswered goals in the second period. Larkin seems to hover around a point-per-game pace year in and year out, with this season being no exception. The fleet-footed pivot has a career-high 33 goals to go along with 34 assists through 66 appearances. There are two games to go for the Wings in the regular season.

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  • Red Wings' Alex DeBrincat: Double snipe effort in win

    DeBrincat scored two goals Saturday in a 5-4 overtime win over the Maple Leafs.

    DeBrincat has five points (two goals, three assists) in his last two games, bringing him to 26 goals and 65 points (225 shots) in 80 games this season. The goals were his first in eight games, and he has just three in his last 21 games. DeBrincat had 27 goals, 66 points and 263 shots last season in Ottawa, so this season has been nearly identical.

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  • Red Wings' James Reimer: Puts on show against Leafs

    Reimer made 32 saves in a 5-4 overtime win over Toronto on Saturday.

    It was his 500th NHL game and first start since March 28. Reimer surrendered Auston Matthews' 69th goal, which tied Mario Lemieux's mark from 1995-96, but the veteran netminder put on a show in the third with several huge saves to ensure overtime. The Wings stayed in contention for a wild-card spot with the win, but Detroit has lost seven of its last 10 games. The Wings play the Habs back-to-back starting Monday night, so Optimus Reims will likely be in the blue paint for one of those crucial games.

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  • Red Wings' Andrew Copp: Remains out Saturday

    Copp (face) won't play Sunday against the Maple Leafs, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports.

    It'll be the second game Copp's missed after suffering a broken cheekbone on a high stick Tuesday against Washington. His next chance to play will come Monday in the Red Wings' penultimate contest this year. The 29-year-old Copp has 13 goals and 33 points through 77 appearances this campaign.

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Team Statistical Rankings

GF AVG GA AVG Power Play
Team 3.31 3.28 23.1

Injuries

Player Injury
V. Husso G Ville Husso G Lower Body
M. Rasmussen C Michael Rasmussen C Upper Body

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