|59||SAN JOSE||-200||Ov 5.5,-130||-190||Ov 6.5,-110|
|60||DETROIT||+170||Un 5.5,+110||+165||Un 6.5,-110|
|Team Stats (Road Games)||17-16-0||-2.7||17-16||-2.7||20-13||3.5||34.6||3.5||30.0|
|Last 5 Games||2-3-0||-2.4||2-3||-2.4||1-4||2.6||29.8||3.4||27.0|
|Team Stats (All Games)||62||223||79||67||71||6||8||2098||10.6%||185||46||24.9%||390|
|Team Stats (Road Games)||33||117||41||37||35||4||2||1143||10.2%||104||27||26.0%||207|
|Team Stats (Last 5 Games)||5||13||6||4||3||0||0||149||8.7%||15||5||33.3%||22|
|Stats Against (All Games)|| ||194||59||64||63||8||11||1766||11.0%||180||33||18.3%||313|
|Stats Against (Road Games)|| ||117||34||40||40||3||5||989||11.8%||105||22||21.0%||189|
|Stats Against (Last 5 Games)|| ||17||7||5||4||1||1||135||12.6%||16||4||25.0%||29|
|AARON DELL (All Games)||19||15||458||409||89.3%||4||6-9||-6.1||6-9-0||-5||10-5|
|AARON DELL (Road Games)||13||10||334||293||87.7%||2||3-7||-5.3||3-7-0||-5||8-2|
|AARON DELL(vs. Non-Conference)||8||5||169||152||89.9%||0||1-4||-4.1||1-4-0||-4||3-2|
|AARON DELL (Last 4 Games)||4||2||74||67||90.5%||0||1-1||-0.5||1-1-0||-1||2-0|
|MARTIN JONES (All Games)||47||47||1301||1167||89.7%||1||30-17||+3.6||30-17-0||+5||26-20|
|MARTIN JONES (Road Games)||23||23||651||580||89.1%||1||14-9||+2.7||14-9-0||+3||12-11|
|MARTIN JONES(vs. Non-Conference)||22||22||627||560||89.3%||1||11-11||-5.9||11-11-0||-5||13-9|
|MARTIN JONES (Last 4 Games)||4||4||103||91||88.3%||0||2-2||-0.7||2-2-0||0||1-3|
|Team Stats (Home Games)||12-20-0||-7||12-20||-7||12-18||2.8||28.8||3.1||31.8|
|Last 5 Games||1-4-0||-3.4||1-4||-3.4||2-3||3.0||33.6||3.8||30.4|
|Team Stats (All Games)||62||174||45||54||66||9||7||1853||9.4%||167||28||16.8%||286|
|Team Stats (Home Games)||32||90||23||29||33||5||3||923||9.8%||85||12||14.1%||142|
|Team Stats (Last 5 Games)||5||15||4||3||8||0||0||168||8.9%||11||2||18.2%||24|
|Stats Against (All Games)|| ||207||48||78||72||9||18||2023||10.2%||192||43||22.4%||346|
|Stats Against (Home Games)|| ||98||23||39||31||5||10||1018||9.6%||93||24||25.8%||160|
|Stats Against (Last 5 Games)|| ||19||8||5||4||2||1||152||12.5%||8||2||25.0%||32|
|JONATHAN BERNIER (All Games)||26||22||748||672||89.8%||0||6-16||-5.3||6-16-0||-5||10-11|
|JONATHAN BERNIER (Home Games)||8||6||191||173||90.6%||0||1-5||-3.7||1-5-0||-4||1-4|
|JONATHAN BERNIER(vs. Non-Conference)||10||9||305||276||90.5%||0||1-8||-6.7||1-8-0||-7||4-4|
|JONATHAN BERNIER (Last 4 Games)||4||2||65||59||90.8%||0||0-2||-2.1||0-2-0||-2||0-2|
|JIMMY HOWARD (All Games)||42||40||1262||1149||91.0%||0||17-23||-0.6||17-23-0||+1||19-20|
|JIMMY HOWARD (Home Games)||27||26||820||750||91.5%||0||11-15||-3.4||11-15-0||-2||11-14|
|JIMMY HOWARD(vs. Non-Conference)||15||15||462||424||91.8%||0||9-6||+5.7||9-6-0||+6||8-7|
|JIMMY HOWARD (Last 4 Games)||4||3||86||74||86.0%||0||1-2||-1.2||1-2-0||-1||2-1|
|Average power rating of opponents played: SAN JOSE 3.02, DETROIT 3.13|
|2/2/2019||ARIZONA||3-2||W||0, -220||W||6 ov||U|
|2/5/2019||at WINNIPEG||3-2||W||0, +110||W||6.5 ov||U|
|2/7/2019||at CALGARY||5-2||W||0, +120||W||6.5 ov||O|
|2/9/2019||at EDMONTON||5-2||W||0, -145||W||6.5 ov||O|
|2/11/2019||at VANCOUVER||7-2||W||0, -170||W||6.5 ev||O|
|2/14/2019||WASHINGTON||1-5||L||0, -170||L||6.5 ov||U|
|2/16/2019||VANCOUVER||3-2||W||0, -285||W||6.5 un||U|
|2/18/2019||BOSTON||5-6||L||0, -145||L||6 un||O|
|2/21/2019||at PITTSBURGH||4-0||W||0, -110||W||7 un||U|
|2/23/2019||at COLUMBUS||0-4||L||0, -125||L||6.5 ov||U|
|2/24/2019||at DETROIT|| |
|2/26/2019||at BOSTON|| |
|2/1/2019||TORONTO||3-2||W||0, +165||W||6.5 un||U|
|2/2/2019||at OTTAWA||2-0||W||0, +120||W||6 ov||U|
|2/7/2019||VEGAS||3-4||L||0, +145||L||5.5 ov||O|
|2/9/2019||at BUFFALO||1-3||L||0, +125||L||6 ov||U|
|2/10/2019||at CHICAGO||2-5||L||0, +130||L||6.5 ov||O|
|2/12/2019||at NASHVILLE||3-2||W||0, +205||W||5.5 ov||U|
|2/14/2019||OTTAWA||3-2||W||0, -140||W||6 ov||U|
|2/16/2019||at PHILADELPHIA||5-6||L||0, +160||L||6 ev||O|
|2/17/2019||PHILADELPHIA||1-3||L||0, +120||L||6 ev||U|
|2/20/2019||CHICAGO||4-5||L||0, -125||L||6.5 ov||O|
|2/22/2019||MINNESOTA||2-3||L||0, -110||L||5.5 ov||U|
|2/24/2019||SAN JOSE|| |
|3/2/2019||at ARIZONA|| |
|3/5/2019||at COLORADO|| |
|3/7/2019||NY RANGERS|| |
|SAN JOSE: LAST SEASON: 45-27-10, 100 points. Third place in Pacific Division. |
LOST to Vegas Golden Knights in Western Conference semifinals.
COACH: Peter DeBoer (fourth season, 11th NHL season).
ADDED: D Erik Karlsson, F Antti Suomela, F Rourke Chartier.
LOST: F Chris Tierney, D Dylan DeMelo, F Mikkel Boedker, F Eric Fehr, F Joel Ward, F Jannik Hansen, D Paul Martin.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Karlsson. The Sharks
ADDED the two-time Norris Trophy-winning defenseman on the eve of training camp in a blockbuster move. Karlsson is an elite playmaker and defenseman and should provide a major boost to San Jose on the power play, as well as five-on-five play.
OUTLOOK: Ever since acquiring Joe Thornton in general manager Doug Wilson's first blockbuster trade back in 2005, the Sharks have viewed themselves as Stanley Cup contenders almost every season. That is clearly the case this year after adding Karlsson to a defensive unit that already featured 2016 Norris winner Brent Burns and shut-down defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic. The Sharks are potentially thin at center and will need a healthy season from Thornton at age 39 after two straight years with major knee injuries in order to challenge for the Cup.
|DETROIT: LAST SEASON: 30-39-13, 73 points. Fifth place in Atlantic Division.
COACH: Jeff Blashill (104-105-37, fourth NHL season).
ADDED: F Thomas Vanek, G Jonathan Bernier, F Filip Zadina, assistant
COACH Dan Bylsma.
LOST: F Henrik Zetterberg.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Dylan Larkin. The 22-year-old center was given a $30.5 million, five-year contract to lead the franchise on and off the ice. Larkin led the team with 47 assists and 63 points, surpassing the career highs he set as a rookie two years ago. Without Zetterberg, he will have to do even more this season.
OUTLOOK: The rebuilding Red Wings will likely miss the playoffs for a third straight year, their longest drought since 1979-83. Zetterberg's career-ending back injury was a hit for a franchise that simply can't replace him this season. Larkin, Anthony Mantha and Andreas Athanasiou, all of whom signed multiyear deals last summer, provide some hope as young, talented forwards. Goaltender Jimmy Howard should be able to keep games close, but a shaky defense and lack of quality depth will be tough to overcome.
|Red Wings pin hopes on newcomers to take down Sharks, snap skid|
Right wing Filip Zadina, the sixth overall pick in last year's entry draft, is expected to make his NHL debut Sunday when the Detroit Red Wings host the San Jose Sharks.
He was called up from the American Hockey League's Grand Rapids Griffins on Saturday.
Zadina has played in 45 AHL games, collecting 15 goals and 31 points. He won't remain with the Red Wings the rest of the season but they want the 19-year-old to get a taste of the NHL.
"If he plays under 10 games, for contractual reasons it makes sense, and then get back down there and play games before the playoffs," Detroit coach Jeff Blashill told the team's website. "If you pull him up right before the end of the year, then he goes back and hasn't been there for two weeks and all the sudden he's not quite as ready for the playoffs down there as we'd like him to be.
"We'd love for them to go on a big playoff run and him be a big part of it," Blashill added. "We're hoping he gets up here, he gets a feel as a young player for the things he needs to do to work on over the course of this year and through the summer and then go back and be a better player because of it and lead Grand Rapids."
Zadina is not the only newcomer that could make his Wings debut on Sunday.
Madison Bowey, a 23-year-old defenseman acquired from Washington over the weekend, could also be in the lineup. Detroit traded away one of its top defenseman and impending free agent, Nick Jensen, in order to acquire Bowey and a future second-round pick.
Dylan Larkin, the team's 22-year-old star and leading scorer, is more concerned about snapping a four-game losing streak. The Wings lost at home, 3-2, to Minnesota on Friday. Tyler Bertuzzi and Anthony Mantha scored their goals.
"We're just waiting for things to happen, watching them play," Larkin said. "We're sitting back too much, letting them take the game to us. With our speed, we should be forechecking and we should be rolling four lines, playing in the O-zone and scoring goals like we did with Bert there. You get a turnover on the forecheck and get our D active and walking the line and shooting and guys standing in front of the net, paying the price to tip pucks."
The Sharks will be playing the second game of a back-to-back. They were blanked at Columbus 4-0 on Saturday even though both teams had 26 shots on goal.
San Jose, which hadn't lost in its previous six road games, won by the same score against Pittsburgh at the start of its current trip. The Sharks will wrap up their four-game journey in Boston on Tuesday.
Coach Peter DeBoer described Saturday's performance by the Sharks, second in the Pacific Division, as ugly.
"You have a few of these games a year," he said. "I don't know why. We didn't execute. They were hungrier, they were more desperate, they deserved to win."
--Field Level Media
|Last Updated: 5/27/2019 9:10:33 AM EST|