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Red Wings-Blue Jackets Game Three: Change In Venue, No Change in Outcome

Published by on April 22, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

In the first ever playoff game in Columbus, the Detroit Red Wings continued their domination with a 4-1 win. The Nationwide Arena may have had a crowd edge favoring the Blue Jackets, but the Wings ignored the noise with a focused play that left little doubt how this series will end up. 

The Wings' play has been more of a clinic than a show.  They are demonstrating to all teams how to play proper playoff hockey.  They are not making many mistakes and any they do make are not an issue to affect the outcome of the game. 

For example, the greatest concern for the Wings going into the series was the goaltending of Chris Osgood. Yet after three games and  giving up only two goals, that concern has ...

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