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Red Wings entertain the Sabres in Detroit

January 18, 2015 19:19:12 UK

Tomas Tatar scored for the Red Wings against the Predators on Saturday.

The Detroit Red Wings can move into sole possession of second place in the Atlantic Division on Sunday when they welcome in the Buffalo Sabres to the Joe Louis Arena.

Tied with the Montreal Canadiens on 59 points and trailing the Division leading Tampa Bay Lightning by three in the standings, only the Red Wings are in action on Sunday while the Canadiens and Lightning take a couple of days before returning to the ice on Tuesday.

Detroit are 1.29 to win the encounter, with Buffalo 3.70.

Saturday, Detroit scored three times in the first on their way to a 5-2 defeat of the visiting Nashville Predators. Gustav Nyquist scored in the opening minute of the game, and Kyle Quincey and Tomas Tatar were also on target as the hosts jumped out to an early advantage. Mattias Ekholm pulled one back for the Predators late in the period, but by this time goalie Carter Hutton had been pulled after allowing three goals on four shots.

Nashville may still lead the Central Division, but the loss of Pekka Rinne for a month is a huge deal and should Hutton continue to struggle, the Predators will be forced into the market. They are currently 2.80 to win the Division.

While the Red Wings were getting the better of Nashville, the Canadiens were knocking six past the New York Islanders at the Bell Centre in Montreal. Tomas Plekanec lit the lamp twice and P.K. Subban, Dale Weise, Alex Galchenyuk and David Desharnais also scored for the Canadiens, who built up a 6-2 advantage before a couple of late New York goals made the final scoreline a little more respectable.

With the All-Star break looming next weekend, Montreal will play once more when the Predators arrive in town before the league heads to Columbus for the annual event.

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Red Wings entertain the Sabres in Detroit

January 18, 2015 19:19:12 UK

Tomas Tatar scored for the Red Wings against the Predators on Saturday.

The Detroit Red Wings can move into sole possession of second place in the Atlantic Division on Sunday when they welcome in the Buffalo Sabres to the Joe Louis Arena.

Tied with the Montreal Canadiens on 59 points and trailing the Division leading Tampa Bay Lightning by three in the standings, only the Red Wings are in action on Sunday while the Canadiens and Lightning take a couple of days before returning to the ice on Tuesday.

Detroit are 1.29 to win the encounter, with Buffalo 3.70.

Saturday, Detroit scored three times in the first on their way to a 5-2 defeat of the visiting Nashville Predators. Gustav Nyquist scored in the opening minute of the game, and Kyle Quincey and Tomas Tatar were also on target as the hosts jumped out to an early advantage. Mattias Ekholm pulled one back for the Predators late in the period, but by this time goalie Carter Hutton had been pulled after allowing three goals on four shots.

Nashville may still lead the Central Division, but the loss of Pekka Rinne for a month is a huge deal and should Hutton continue to struggle, the Predators will be forced into the market. They are currently 2.80 to win the Division.

While the Red Wings were getting the better of Nashville, the Canadiens were knocking six past the New York Islanders at the Bell Centre in Montreal. Tomas Plekanec lit the lamp twice and P.K. Subban, Dale Weise, Alex Galchenyuk and David Desharnais also scored for the Canadiens, who built up a 6-2 advantage before a couple of late New York goals made the final scoreline a little more respectable.

With the All-Star break looming next weekend, Montreal will play once more when the Predators arrive in town before the league heads to Columbus for the annual event.

Don’t forget, you can earn up to 50% more on your NHL pre-game parlays with bet365’s fantastic 50% Parlay Bonus.

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