Game 13: Detroit Red Wings vs. New York Rangers & Projected Line Combos

Game Preview: Detroit Red Wings vs. New York Rangers 4/5/2024

The Detroit Red Wings are coming off a big win over the Boston Bruins in which they came back from being down 2-0 and 3-2 to win 5-4 over the team with the best record in the Eastern Conference. Tonight, they will face the New York Rangers, who have the best record in the Metropolitan Division and are coming off a shootout loss to the Minnesota Wild on Saturday night.

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Detroit Red Wings (7-4-1, 15 Points) vs. New York Rangers (8-2-1, 17 Points)

When: Tuesday, November 7
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Where: Madison Square Garden (New York, NY)
TV: TNT

Scoring Leaders

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Expected Line Combinations

Detroit Red Wings

Alex DeBrincat – Dylan Larkin – Lucas Raymond
David Perron – J.T. Compher – Andrew Copp
Robby Fabbri – Joe Veleno – Daniel Sprong
Klim Kostin – Michael Rasmussen – Christian Fischer

Jake Walman – Moritz Seider
Shayne Gostisbehere – Olli Maatta
Ben Chiarot – Justin Holl

New York Rangers

Chris Kreider – Mika Zibanejad – Blake Wheeler
Artemi Panarin – Vincent Trocheck – Alexis Lafreniere
Will Cuylle – Nick Bonino – Kaapo Kakko
Jimmy Vesey – Barclay Goodrow – Tyler Pitlick

K’Andre Miller – Jacob Trouba
Erik Gustafsson – Ryan Lindgren
Zac Jones – Braden Schneider

By The Numbers:

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Red Wings Player to Watch: Alex DeBrincat

DeBrincat has recorded 14 points on nine goals and five assists this season. On the power play this season, he has five points on three goals and two assists.

DeBrincat’s Line Assignments

DeBrincat plays on the first line along with Dylan Larkin (if he plays) and Lucas Raymond. DeBrincat also plays the first line of the Detroit power play, playing with Larkin, Raymond, David Perron, and Shayne Gostisbehere.

DeBrincat’s career vs. Rangers

In his career against New York, he has played in ten games and has recorded nine points, coming on four goals and five assists. Last season, in three games against the Rangers, DeBrincat recorded two points, with both coming on assists.

Between the Pipes:

Detroit: Ville Husso (5-2-1, 3.37 GAA)

Husso this season is 4-2-1, and in his most recent start, he got a win over the Bruins, stopping 26 of the 30 shots he faced. In his career against the Rangers, he has made four starts, and in those starts, he is 2-2-0 and has given up 15 goals on 121 shots. He faced the Rangers twice last year, going 1-1-0, allowing nine goals on 64 shots.

New York: Jonathan Quick (2-0-1, 1.42 GAA)

Quick this season, has yet to take a regulation loss and has a save percentage of .948. Quick in his career against the Red Wings, he has made 28 starts, and, in those starts, he is 13-14-1, stopping 714 of 789 shots. Last season, in one game against Detroit, he got the win, stopping 29 of 33 shots.

Wrap Up

The Red Wings are now 2-1-0 in their last three games, and this will wrap up a stretch of top teams in the Eastern Conference race. The fact the Red Wings have been playing some solid hockey is a promising outlook for the season, and the scoring has woken up, as they are even in scoring during those three games, scoring nine goals and allowing nine. The challenging part tonight is they may be without Dylan Larkin as he is a game-time decision after sustaining an injury in Saturday’s win over Boston; however, they do get Robby Fabbri back tonight, which should provide a boost to their scoring.

The Red Wings, in their last ten games against the New York, are 4-5-1 and have been outscored 34-22. The Red Wings last season went 2-1-0 against the Rangers but were outscored 11-9.

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