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Red Wings hope to bounce back

Detroit (31-8-6) at Phoenix (23-19-5), 9:00 p.m. EST

GLENDALE, Arizona (Ticker) -- After a minor bump during a long

road trip, the Detroit Red Wings look to get back on track when

they visit the Phoenix Coyotes on Tuesday.

Detroit, which was 8-0-1 in its previous nine games, fell at the

San Jose Sharks, 6-5, on Saturday. The win improved the Sharks'

record at home to 21-1-2 this season.

Marian Hossa had a goal and two assists and Henrik Zetterberg

added a tally and an assist for the Red Wings, who fell to 2-1-1

on their current six-game road trip.

The Red Wings may have an easier time bouncing back against the

Coyotes, who have lost nine straight meetings between the teams.

Phoenix is coming off a 6-3 setback at Edmonton on Sunday as

captain Ethan Moreau recorded his first NHL hat trick for the


Defenseman Keith Yandle, Daniel Carcillo and Peter Mueller all

scored for the Coyotes, who finished their road trip at 2-2-0.


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