Wild Battle back, fall to Red Wings in opener

The first two aims in Detroit's new stadium came from young standouts that the group is attempting to build up. When that was not enough to shake the Minnesota Wild, grizzled veteran Henrik Zetterberg place the Red Wings back ahead to stay. Zetterberg and Martin Frk scored in the third period to lift Detroit to a 4-2 victory over the Wild on Thursday night at the first regular-season match in Little Caesars Arena. Anthony Mantha and Dylan Larkin scored 23 minutes apart in the second period for the Red Wings, who subsequently needed to bounce back after blowing off that 2-0 lead early in the next. Zetterberg, who turns 37 on Monday, gave the Red Wings a 3-2 lead, collecting the puck from the slot and beating Devan Dubnyk involving…
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Red Wings about the best stadium

It began in the middle of the day with a pregame celebration and red carpet stroll from the Detroit Red Wings players and alumni, amped up through an elaborate introduction ceremony and lasted during the first regular-season match in the building's foundation. However, how did it compare to Joe Louis Arena, the Red Wings house for 37 seasons before they transferred to the brand new $863-million construction? "I really don't understand. There is such enthusiasm with that which, first match in a brand-new building. We are going to see as the matches proceed when the games become more significant." It is only one in an 82-game season. But at exactly the exact same time, the final thing the Red Wings desired to do was put an egg within their very…
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