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Red Wings-Ducks, Game Three: The Whistle Heard Around the World

Published by on May 7, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

To look upon the whistle by Brad Watson that called off Marian Hossa's goal with about a minute to remain as the only reason why the Red Wings lost on Tuesday is wrong. 

The Red Wings did not play well in a clash when they are the much more talented offensive team. 

The goals the Ducks scored on the Red Wings were both on breakdowns on the defensive side of their team. 

Teemu Selanne's goal in the first period came when Ryan Carter saw an opening and let loose a perfectly-timed pass to Selanne, who shot past Chris Chelios in for a breakaway goal. 

Scott Niedermayer's goal came when Niklas Lidstrom hit the rebound from Ryan Getzlaf's shot away from the net right to Neiderma...

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