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NHL Wednesday: Red Wings beat Blackhawks in shootout

The Red Wings and Blackhawks only meet twice this season. Detroit got the best of this one, winning 5-4 in the shootout.

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AM Roundup: Red Wings win thriller against Chicago

The Detroit Red Wings picked up a rare shootout win and renewed their rivalry with the Chicago Blackhawks, and the Pittsburgh Penguins dominated the Montreal Canadiens. All that and more in our AM roundup.

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Mike Milbury has had enough water for one night

Mike Milbury was no longer thirsty, so he might as well just get rid of this water.

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Gustavsson makes two saves on Kane in shootout

Jonas Gustavsson's work wasn't finished when he made the initial save on Patrick Kane's shootout attempt.

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Referees stop goalie fight

Marc-Andre Fleury and Peter Budaj were ready to square off in a goalie right, until the referees put a stop to it.

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Gerbe with the Tomas Hertl move

Steve Mason couldn't stop this between-the-legs shot from Nathan Gerbe.

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