Detroit 3, Calgary 1

Tuesday, January 31, 2012 9:00 PM

Final Scoring Summary

Team Records

Team W/L Home Away Streak
Detroit 34-16-1-0 20-2-1-0 14-14-0-0 W1
Calgary 23-22-3-3 13-8-1-1 10-14-2-2 L2


Jiri Hudler's third-period game-winner lifted the red-hot Detroit Red Wings to a 3-1 triumph over the host Calgary Flames on Tuesday.

Hudler struck with 8:31 remaining, taking a Valtteri Filppula pass off the side of the Calgary goal and firing a shot past Calgary netminder Miikka Kiprusoff for his fourth goal in six games.

Drew Miller added a late insurance tally for the Red Wings, who have won eight straight games when scoring two goals or fewer in their previous contest. Detroit has eight wins in its last nine games overall.

Cory Emmerton opened the scoring 5:57 into the game, banging a rebound of Justin Abdelkader's shot past Kiprusoff.

Michael Cammalleri evened things just under two minutes into the second period, batting a floating puck past Detroit goalie Jimmy Howard with the Flames enjoying a power play.

The teams honored former coach Brad McCrimmon prior to the game. McCrimmon, who served as an assistant with both clubs, was killed in a plane crash that claimed the entire roster of the Kontinental Hockey League's Lokomotiv Yaroslavl last September in Russia.

Top Game Performances

Detroit   Calgary
Cory Emmerton 1 Points Michael Cammalleri 1
Cory Emmerton 1 Goals Michael Cammalleri 1
Justin Abdelkader 1 Assists Olli Jokinen 1
N/A Power Play Goals Michael Cammalleri 1
N/A Short Handed Goals N/A
Jimmy Howard .966 Save Percentage Miikka Kiprusoff .880
Jimmy Howard 28 Saves Miikka Kiprusoff 22

Team Stats Summary

Team Shots Goals Power Play Penalty Kill Penalty Mins Face Offs Won
Detroit 25 3 0-3 1-2 13 27
Calgary 29 1 1-2 3-3 15 21

Upcoming Games

  • Calgary will play its next game at home against Chicago. The Flames have a W/L % of .417 after a win and .481 after a loss.
  • Detroit will play its next game on the road against Vancouver. The Red Wings have a W/L % of .735 after a win and .529 after a loss.
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