Wings good except for results
DETROIT -- The Red Wings are averaging 34.5 shots per game this postseason, more than every team except for Vancouver and Chicago. They're allowing just 22.8 shots per game, considerably fewer than any other team in the playoffs.
So the message from the Red Wings, during their final day off before a Game 5 in which they face elimination, is to stay the course. With a caveat. At some point, some of these shots have to beat Predators goalie Pekka Rinne, who has been the difference-maker in a ...
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