Ducks Playoffs 2013
The Ducks/Wings rivalry has been a revelation and the hockey will be the worse for losing it.
Let's get the hell out of Detroit - for good.
The Anaheim Ducks defeated the Detroit Red Wings in overtime by a score of 3-2 to take a 3-2 lead in their Western Conference Quarterfinal series. Kyle Palmieri, Ryan Getzlaf, and Nick Bonino scored for Anaheim and Jonas Hiller stopped 29 shots.
The Ducks look to extend their series lead to 3-1 without the services of Toni Lydman, and of course the Wings will miss Justin Abdelkader due to suspension. At the risk of sounding crass and unfeeling, that's not a terrible trade-off for Anaheim.
Chris and Kristen discuss the first three games of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs as the Ducks lead Detroit 2-1. What did the failed comeback in Game 2 mean? Justin Abdelkader's hit on Toni Lydman and much more.
In Game 2, Anaheim mounted an incredible comeback over the Detroit Red Wings in the third period only to lose the game in the beginning minutes of OT. The series shifts back to Detroit and the unfriendly confines of Guantanamo Bay-er-Joe Louis Arena