Red Wings revive playoff hopes, but lose Jonathan Ericsson (broken finger)
DETROIT -- Tomas Tatar was all over his locker-room neighbor, laughingly needling Gustav Nyquist to reveal all about his good night.
The Red Wings resuscitated their playoff dreams and bought themselves a little levity with a spirited 3-2 victory Tuesday night at Joe Louis Arena. Nyquist scored twice, rushing the length of the ice as a one-man force both times, and wily former Senator Daniel Alfredsson stuck it to his longtime foes one more time, delivering the game-winning goal with minutes to spare in regulation.
"Gus' two efforts, his skating abilities, opening up chances that might... read more
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