Game recap: Detroit 4, Wild 2

  • Updated: April 3, 2011 - 9:56 PM


1. Nicklas Lidstrom, Red Wings: Ageless future Hall of Famer scored a goal and was spotless as usual.

2. Tomas Holmstrom, Red Wings: Scored winning goal by outwaiting, then deking diving defenseman Brent Burns.

3. Brad Staubitz, Wild: Registered his first career multipoint game with a goal (third in eight games) and assist.


4 Players to make NHL debut with Wild this season (Carson McMillan was the latest on Sunday).

979 Games played by the Wild's six defensemen Sunday. Lidstrom has 1,491 in his career.

5-FOR-69 The Wild's power play all-time at Joe Louis Arena. It was 0-for-5 on Sunday.


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Atlanta - LP: J. Johnson 0 FINAL
Philadelphia - WP: K. Giles 1
NY Mets - LP: J. deGrom 1 FINAL
NY Yankees - WP: M. Pineda 6
Boston 7 Bottom 9th Inning
Baltimore 5
Cleveland - WP: D. Salazar 13 FINAL
Detroit - LP: S. Greene 1
Chicago Cubs 3 Top 11th Inning
Cincinnati 3
Washington - LP: T. Roark 2 FINAL
Miami - WP: B. Morris 3
Toronto - LP: R. Dickey 3 FINAL
Tampa Bay - WP: J. Dominguez 12
St. Louis 3 Bottom 8th Inning
Milwaukee 0
Kansas City 2 Bottom 7th Inning
Chicago WSox 1
San Francisco 4 Bottom 6th Inning
Colorado 5
Pittsburgh 3 Top 4th Inning
Arizona 0
Houston 0 Bottom 2nd Inning
Oakland 0
Texas 0 Bottom 2nd Inning
LA Angels 0
Los Angeles 0 Top 2nd Inning
San Diego 0
Minnesota 0 Bottom 2nd Inning
Seattle 1
Houston 130 FINAL
Dallas 128
Toronto 90 4th Qtr 2:38
Washington 95
LA Clippers 33 2nd Qtr 2:30
San Antonio 41
Ottawa 5 FINAL
Montreal 1
Pittsburgh 1 FINAL(OT)
NY Rangers 2
Minnesota 1 2nd Prd
St. Louis 1
New York City 0 FINAL
Chicago 1
FC Dallas 0 1st Half 35:00
Colorado 0
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