Here are the multimedia offerings from the Detroit Red Wings' 3-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals: Highlights: ESPN posted a 4:39 clip.
The Red Wings would face the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Finals for a second consecutive year, but this series would feature a different outcome as the Penguins defeated the Red Wings in seven games. The Red Wings became only the second NHL team to lose the Stanley Cup at home in Game 7.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are scheduled to get right back in ice action on Friday when they visit the Red Wings in Detroit. Google Tag Manager Jun 10, 4:30 AM EDT.
Pittsburgh Penguins' Jake Guentzel (59) celebrates his first-period goal with teammates during an NHL hockey game against the Detroit Red Wings in Pittsburgh, Thursday, April 4, 2019.
Pittsburgh scored twice against the Red Wings with the man advantage, with both goals coming from the top group. Kessel's tap-in from the left post at 18:18 of the first period put the Penguins in front to stay. Crosby's jam from in close at 6:36 of the third period -- a shot that came as he was being dumped into the net -- ended a 10-game goal drought for the captain and drained the final.
Red Wings' D Trevor Daley missed Sunday's game because of an upper-body injury sustained Saturday. He is one game from 1,050 in the NHL. Madison Bowey replaced Daley in the lineup.. Detroit's Anthony Mantha played his 250th NHL game. UP NEXT. Red Wings: Host Montreal on Tuesday. Penguins: Continue a four-game homestand against Toronto on.
Red Wings' Rasmussen helps his cause with OT winner vs. Penguins. Michael Rasmussen, who is battling to make the Detroit Red Wings roster one year after being drafted in the first round, scored.
The Penguins have yielded six power-play goals in their last five games while the Red Wings are just 2-for-22 with the man advantage over the last seven. PREDICTION: Penguins 4, Red Wings 1.