Detroit sports glance: Larkin’s goal not enough, Red Wings fall to Montreal Canadiens 4-1

By Dave Hart
LocalSportsJournal.com

Canadiens 4, Red Wings 1 – Detroit Red Wings lost their second straight game on Saturday night against the Montreal Canadiens.

LSJ Logo incertDylan Larkin opened the scoring for the Red Wings 4:47 into the second period. The Canadiens responded with four unanswered goals, one in the second and three in the third period.

The Red Wings are 3-2-0 on the season, good for a fourth-place tie in the Atlantic Division.

Detroit’s goaltender Petr Mrazek lost his first game of the season, he stoppedEye on the D 37-of-40 shots.

The Red Wings will travel to Western Canada for three game starting on Tuesday night against the Edmonton Oilers.

Record: 3-2-0   6 pts

Tied for 4th Place in Atlantic Division (6 pts behind Montreal)

Tied for 5th Place in Eastern Conference (6 pts behind Montreal)

Magic # to clinch 25th straight playoff berth: 156 pts

Magic # to clinch Atlantic Division: 159 pts

Magic # to clinch Eastern Conference: 159 pts

Next Game: 10/21/2015 @ Edmonton Oilers 9:30 p.m. @ Rexall Place

Stats: Goals- Dylan Larkin (2). Assists- Henrik Zetterberg (7). Goaltending- Petr Mrazek L (1-1-0) 37 saves on 40 shots.

 

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