Detroit Red Wings Will Win Sixth In a Row By Beating Edmonton Tonight

March 30th, 2010 by Matt Hutter Leave a reply »
Tonight, the Red Wings will take on the worst team in the NHL, the Edmonton Oilers.

Though the Oilers have won all three meetings this season against the Red Wings and have been beating some very good teams of late (San Jose and Vancouver among them), their winning streak against Detroit ends tonight.

The crystal ball is currently 2-1 in it's win/loss predictions and has even yielded some detailed scoring fortunes as well. What is particularly encouraging is that whenever the crystal ball makes an appearance, even when predicting a Wings' loss, Detroit wins the game.

Let's keep this up then!

As before, what follows is not only the final score of the game, but a detailed analysis of the matchup and, of course, the game-winning goal scorer.

Red Wings 4, Oilers 1

The Wings' will start the game on a mission.  They'll fire every shot they can take at Jeff Deslauriers in the first few minutes, but to no avail.

Then, the two teams will start trading penalties (most of the touch-and-go variety).  Detroit gets on the board first, late in the period, with a power-play goal.

The second ...

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