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Ducks lose in OT, come back to Honda Center tied 2-2
The Anaheim Ducks had a major opportunity Monday night to grasp firm control of their Stanley Cup first round playoff series versus the Detroit Red Wings. Up 2-1 in the series the Ducks had the lead twice but couldn't keep it and the Red Wings eventually prevailed in overtime on Damien Brunner's game winner. A Ducks victory would have set up an elimination came at Honda Center on Wednesday. Instead the series is tied 2-2 and the Ducks have a must win game at home.
Through two periods Jonas Hiller was on his game and looked to be heading for a potential shutout, stopping the first 32 shots he faced. The Red Wings hadn't scored a goal in over five periods and that trend looked to continue until Brendan Smith scored for Detroit to make it a 1-1 game early in the third period. The Ducks regained the lead on a David Steckel goal midway through the third, only to see Red Wings star Pavel Datsyuk tie the game with a wicked wrist shot with just over six minutes left in regulation. The Red Wings star forward exploded down the left wing and top shelved a shot a quick shot by Hiller. The proud Red Wings franchise, who've been in the playoffs for twenty-two consecutive years, aren't going to go away easy. After having his pocket picked by Ducks star Ryan Getzlaf in game three, leading to a decisive goal, Damien Brunner redeemed himself with the overtime game winner. Jonas Hiller was caught in a moment of in-decision and chose not to initially play the puck in front of him. He eventually tried to poke check the puck away but the Ducks defensive pair of Gustav Nyquist and Bryan Allen collided in front of Hiller, leaving the puck dangling for Brunner to slot home into an open net. After barraging the Ducks goaltender the entire game the Red Wings finally had a lead and the instant victory. The proud Red Wings franchise, who have made the playoffs for twenty-two consecutive years, clearly aren't going away easy. It was a tough way to lose for Hiller who made 46 saves on the night, the second most he's ever made in the playoffs.
The vital game five of the series is set for Wednesday at 7:00 PM at the Honda Center. The Red Wings will gain be without Justin Abdelkader who was suspended two-games for leaving his feet to make contact with Toni Lydman's head in game three. It's unclear whether or not the Ducks will have their defenseman back for game five as Lydman was scratched Monday night with a headache and a sore neck. It's unclear if the headache is concussion related, but it's likely due to the violent nature of the hit. The key to victory in game five for the Ducks is to continue to play their game and jump out to an early lead. Prior to Monday night the Red Wings hadn't played particularly good from behind in the series and are prone to long scoring droughts. An early deficit could propel the Ducks to a decisive victory. Game five is vital, if the Red Wings can somehow steal a win, they have the opportunity to return to Detroit and clinch the series.
By: Chris Cabrera