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  1. Wings lose on late goal with 20 seconds left in OT. Wings will finish behind the Kings in the standings as well. So most likely 5th worst overall, with outside chance of being bumped down by San Jose (would have to lose its final two games in regulation) and Vancouver (5 points behind the Wings but 8 games in hand)
  2. Ottawa has won, so the Wings will finish behind them in the standings (ahead of them in the draft standings)
  3. Heading to OT. Will finish ahead of New Jersey (who lost tonight) and Columbus.
  4. Season winding down. 3-3 with 5 1/2 minutes to go. For Columbus to finish ahead of the Wings, they must win in regulation.
  5. Veleno with his first NHL goal at the 1:45 mark https://www.nhl.com/video/recap-det-5-cbj-2/t-277350912/c-8286598
  6. That was a nice burst at the end of 2nd. I'll admit it, my heart wants the Wings to avoid last place, even though I know a loss tomorrow would bump up the draft slot by one.
  7. Thomas Boswell retiring. https://twitter.com/postsports/status/1390668980180983810?s=21
  8. And I think it could have been ruled a passed ball. Sure, it was breaking towards the dirt, but I think the catcher could have at least blocked it, giving him a shot to throw the runner out at 1st. It wasn't one of those wild pitches that the hitter flails at as the ball is tailing away. https://www.mlb.com/news/john-means-throws-unique-no-hitter EDIT: To be honest, I don't know if passed ball calls are an option in this situation. May be automatically ruled a wild pitch.
  9. If the Tigers don't win after scoring 7 and 6 in back to back games, they might not win until June.
  10. I'm not a doctor, but does back injury run in the family https://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/bertuzzi-has-back-surgery-1.577594 CBC Sports · Posted: Nov 01, 2006 6:26 PM ET | Last Updated: November 2, 2006 Florida Panthers rugged winger Todd Bertuzzi underwent surgery on his troubled back Thursday and isexpected to be sidelined six to eight weeks. Bertuzzi last played on Oct. 18 against the Washington Capitals and has missed seven games while receiving treatment and injections for a herniated disc. But the treatments didn't alleviate the problem, forcing the winger to have the surgery.
  11. Wings playing their final home game after 1. Trailing Tampa 1-0 after 1. Tampa outshooting Wings 19-6 but Bernier has kept the Wings in it.
  12. Wings win! 8-round shootout. Sam Gagner wins it, 4 shootout goals to 3.
  13. I think that since he got here the Vrana has been the best guy on the Wings.
  14. Wings just killed a long 1:46 5 on 3 PK.
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