Mikael Samuelsson figured in both goals Monday in Vancover, as the Red Wings continued their stellar play, and despite a 3-2 overtime loss to the Canucks Detroit still has at least a point in every November tilt.
Jiri Hudler continued his torrid play as of late, potting the game-winning goal midway through the third period to lift the Red Wings to their fifth consecutive victory, a 5-2 win over the Flames Saturday night in Calgary.
Jiri Hudler potted two goals, his fifth and sixth tallies of the season, helping the Red Wings win their fourth consecutive game by holding off the Oilers, 4-3, Thursday at Rexall Place.
Ty Conklin stopped 21 shots en route to the Red Wings' first shutout, deafeating the Oilers, 4-0, on Monday. Nicklas Kronwall and Jiri Hudler (above) each had a goal and an assist in the win.
In addition to extending his four-game multi-point streak and personal success against Florida, Marian Hossa gave Detroit their fourth win in five by scoring twice in the Wings' 3-2 win Friday at the BankAtlantic Center.
Despite a lackluster first period, the Red Wings came to life, allowing just 18 shots and scoring four straight goals en route to a 4-3 win over the Lightning Thursday in Tampa Bay.
Down 4-2 after two-periods, the visiting Pens scored five times, including a hat trick from Jordan Staal to defeat the Red Wings in a rematch of last spring's Stanley Cup finals.
Marian Hossa's pair helped the Red Wings beat the New Jersey Devils, 3-1, Saturday at Joe Louis Arena. Kirk Maltby added a goal and Chris Osgood made 24 saves for Detroit.
Mikael Samuelsson, Brian Rafalski and Henrik Zetterberg each scored power-play goals to lead the Red Wings in a 3-2 win over the Canucks Sunday at General Motors Place, halting a two-game skid.
Detroit opened the scoring on a goal from Marian Hossa, and closed it with a Brian Rafalski tally, but the Red Wings fell victim to a second period San Jose barrage, and fell 4-2 to the Sharks Thursday in San Jose.
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