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    Plymouth Whalers goaltender
Alex Nedeljkovic registered his
second shutout in as many nights
when the Whalers beat Mississauga
5-0 Friday to open a two game
weekend homestand.

    Sidelined 12 days with a hand
injury, Nedeljkovic returned to
the nets Thursday in a 1-0, 30-SV win at Windsor.
    Friday's W was far less stressful as the product of Parma, Ohio had
excellent offensive support and had to make only 16 stops with just
four in the 3rd-PER.

    Nedeljkovic posted his third shutout of the young season and the sixth
of his three season OHL career.

    Matt Mistele scored twice (#7, a PPG & #8) and added an assist. Will
Bitten added another pair of Whaler markers (#2, a PPG & #3). Mathew
Campagna, a Mississauga native, scored Plymouth's final goal (#5) at
   Power play goals by Mistele and Bitten got the Whalers started in the
opening period, then t...   [ Read More... ]

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Matthew Stafford tied Bobby Layne for Detroit's franchise lead with his 118th career touchdown pass on the Corey Fuller winning TD vs New Orleans on 10/19/2014. Who is next on the Lion list with 80 touchdown passes in a Detroit uniform?
Gary Danielson
Joey Harrington
Eric Hipple
Greg Landry
Scott Mitchell
Earl Morrall

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    Saturday, October 25th, 2014
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  • Fan Fact

    OCTOBER 25, 2008:    Marian Hossa's slapshot over the glovehand of Blackhawks goalie Nikolai Khabibulin gave the Red Wings a 2-1 edge in four shootout rounds and a 6-5 Saturday night victory before a new B'Hawks regular-season record crowd of 22,690 at Chicago's United Center. The Wings had scored three times in an early 3rd-Per rally to briefly go ahead 5-4 before a Patrick Kane 5x3 power play goal (#5) for Chicago at 12:33/3 forced regulation deadlock. Niklas Kronwall (#1), Pavel Datsyuk (#1) and Jiri Hudler (#2) had all scored at even strength in the 3rd-Per for Detroit's comeback from a 4-2 defecit. The first two Wings goals were on the power play by Johan Franzen (#5) just 1:40 into the contest and by Hossa (#4) midway through the 2nd-Per. Kris Versteeg (#2, a PPG), Aaron Johnson (#2, unassisted), Martin Havlat (#3) and Ben Eager (#1) had the other B'Hawks goals. In a wide-open pond game, Khabibulin made 39-SV and Detroit goalie Ty Conklin had 36-SV.

    POW Award

    Rebounding from what he called perhaps his "worst game as a Red Wing" in an OCT 15TH home shootout loss to Boston, the Detroit Captain keyed a weekend home-&-home sweep vs the Maple Leafs. In the 4-1 OCT 17TH win at Toronto Zetterberg tied his career-high by assisting on all four goals including the primary helpers on the first three. In the OCT 18TH rematch at the Joe, Z scored the only goal of the game with just 9.9-sec left in overtime. Zetterberg is our Player-Of-the-Week Award winner for the period of October 13th--20th, 2014. It's his first POW Award this year and 17th overall.

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