Red Wings take losing streak into home matchup against the Coyotes

Wed, Mar 13, 2024
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Red Wings take losing streak into home matchup against the Coyotes

Arizona Coyotes (26-35-5, seventh in the Central Division) vs. Detroit Red Wings (33-26-6, fifth in the Atlantic Division)

Detroit; Thursday, 7 p.m. EDT

BOTTOM LINE: The Detroit Red Wings will try to end a six-game slide when they take on the Arizona Coyotes.

Detroit has a 33-26-6 record overall and an 18-10-5 record on its home ice. The Red Wings have given up 218 goals while scoring 222 for a +4 scoring differential.

Arizona has a 10-19-5 record on the road and a 26-35-5 record overall. The Coyotes rank third in NHL play with 299 total penalties (averaging 4.5 per game).

Thursday's game is the second time these teams match up this season. The Coyotes won 4-0 in the previous matchup.

TOP PERFORMERS: Dylan Larkin has 26 goals and 28 assists for the Red Wings. Patrick Kane has four goals and five assists over the last 10 games.

Clayton Keller has 25 goals and 30 assists for the Coyotes. Nick Schmaltz has scored five goals with seven assists over the last 10 games.

LAST 10 GAMES: Red Wings: 4-6-0, averaging three goals, 5.3 assists, four penalties and 9.8 penalty minutes while giving up 3.7 goals per game.

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Coyotes: 3-6-1, averaging three goals, 4.6 assists, four penalties and 12.1 penalty minutes while giving up three goals per game.

INJURIES: Red Wings: Dylan Larkin: out (lower body), Ville Husso: out (lower-body), Michael Rasmussen: day to day (undisclosed).

Coyotes: Travis Boyd: out for season (pectoral), Travis Dermott: day to day (illness), Barrett Hayton: day to day (undisclosed).


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