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COREAU SHUTS-OUT CANADIENS.....M, 1/16/17

>>caption:  COREAU WAS PERFECT
IN HIS SECOND STRAIGHT WIN<<

@ JOE LOUIS ARENA:

    In the first and last Martin
Luther King Jr. Day matinee at
The Joe, rookie goalie Jared
Coreau earned his second NHL
shutout as the Red Wings edged
Montreal 1-0.

    The game's lone goal came with 1:46 remaining in the 2nd-PER when
Thomas Vanek (#12) deflected a Danny DeKeyser blueline slapshot under
the glovehand of Canadiens netminder Carey Price.

    It was the defenses as much as the goaltenders who kept it a low
scoring affair, with most of the play along the perimeter of the ice.
Coreau made 18-SV and Price 19.

    Coreau is 5-2-1 in eight games as an injury fill-in for Jimmy Howard.

    It was a rare Wings win over the Habs.  Montreal had taken three
consecutive meetings between the teams (two in November) and 10
of the previous 12.

    The Red Wings became 2-0 on their three game homestand, both
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    Tuesday, January 17th, 2017
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  • Fan Fact

    JANUARY 17, 2008:     The UDM Titan men's basketball losing streak reached 11 in a row in a 71-65 loss at Loyola-of-Chicago. Jon Goode scored a new career-high of 30-P for Detroit, including a 3-pointer which tied the contest at 63-all with 2:30 to play. However, the Ramblers made eight key free throws the rest of the way to regain and hold the lead. J.R. Blount scored 23-P and Leon Young came off the bench to get 19-P for Loyola. Detroit declined to 0-&-7 in the Horizon LGE and 6-&-11 overall.  


    POW Award

    JALEEL HOGAN
    The Jr-FWD from Saginaw rose to the occasion and scored a career-high 39-P to lead the Detroit Mercy Titans to a 93-88 Friday the 13th upset win at Metro Series rival Oakland.  The victory snapped a five game UDM losing skid (in their only game of the week) and was just the third W in 17 Titan outings this season.  Hogan dominated inside, shooting 17-of-24 from the field and 5-of-6 at the free throw line.  He also grabbed a team-high 11-RB.  Hogan's previous best was a 22-P effort vs Northern Kentucky on 12/29/16.  Hogan is our Player-Of-the-Week Award winner for the period of January 9th--15th, 2017, his first POW Award.  



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