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The New York Islanders needed a convincing response after a disheartening Monday performance against their rivals, and the league-basement Detroit Red Wings obliged.

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Every bounce, comical misplay and confusing blown coverage went against the Red Wings, as it has all season, allowing the Isles to enjoy the comforting tonic of a 8-2 blowout win at Nassau Coliseum Tuesday night.

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The Isles opened scoring in the fourth minute, were up 3-0 by 8:00 mark, and never looked back. Jimmy Howard, the veteran who has struggled all season and was aiming to get his confidence back, was yanked from the game after the third one, even though the Wings’ perplexing play left him so out to dry that Wings coach Jeff Blashill called a timeout four minutes into the game.

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I could be suppressing bad memories, but man…is this what it was like to follow the 2008-09 Islanders?

Thirteen different Islanders had points, yet no individual had more than two points.

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First Period: Looks like this will be easy
The first costly and comical Wings defensive display came off a turnover at the blueline followed by a precision Mathew Barzal pass to Jordan Eberle, who made no mistake with a backhand move past Howard to open scoring.

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Detroit – The Red Wings have to deal with yet another key injury here in the short term.

Coach Jeff Blashill said after Monday’s practice goaltender Jonathan Bernier will be out until the All-Star break/bye week with an injury that Blashill did not disclose.

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The Wings’ begin their break Jan. 23 and don’t play again until Jan. 31 at New York. The Wings have five games before the break.

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Jimmy Howard and Calvin Pickard will handle the goaltending in the meantime.

The loss of Bernier is a blow because he had been playing some of his best hockey since joining the Red Wings last season.

Bernier has 10 of the Wings’ 12 total victories this season. He is 10-12-2 with a 2.99 goals-against average and .904 save percentage.

Howard, on the other hand, is going through the most difficult season of his career with only two victories (2-15-1, 4.10 GAA, .880 SVS).

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“I know I can do it, the hard work will pay off,” said Howard of his current mindset. “Just don’t overanalyze things, quit thinking out there and use my hockey instincts.”

Howard believes it’s important right now to simplify things on the ice.

“Confidence plays a big part of it, for any player,” Howard said. “For scorers not putting the puck in the back of the net, it might be gripping the stick a bit harder. For me, it’s just not thinking and playing one puck out there.

“Don’t think, just play. When the game is going on, basically you’re trying to be three places at once. Just play the one puck.”

Howard has been through slumps in his career, but he admits this season has been the most difficult.

“This is the toughest,” Howard said. “It’s one of those things that is happening and you have to dig yourself out of it.

“I don’t think anyone is really ready for something like this, but you still have to wake up every single day and come to work and get better.”

Blashill doesn’t see anything wrong with Howard’s technique and thinks Howard’s experience will help work the veteran goaltender work through this.

“Jimmy just needs to keep working,” Blashill said. “He’s done a good job of going out every day, kind of similar to our team, and worry about the next game.

“He has a game on the Island (Tuesday, at New York Islanders, 7 p.m., FSD, 97.1 FM), so go out and play great game.

“I don’t think it’s anything big-time with technique. Certainly confidence matters in sports and life and when it’s not going your way in the goaltending position, it certainly matters.

‘The good thing about Jimmy is, he’s been around a long time and certainly this isn’t easy. But his mindset is in a right spot and he said I have to be better and he’s going to work.”

Ice chips
Dylan Larkin, Patrik Nemeth and Frans Nielsen all didn’t skate during Monday’s practice, but Blashill was optimistic all would be ready to play on Long Island. Blashill said Larkin’s injury is some sort of tweak, but Blashill anticipates Larkin being ready to play.

…Blashill isn’t using injuries as an excuse for the Wings’ plight.

“It’s part of sports, and part of hockey,” Blashill said. “We have a mentality as a team and coaching staff of worrying about who is available to us. You can’t fret about the injuries, it’s a reality. There’s nothing you can do about it. We can’ spend one minute thinking about it, because we have to go and try to win a hockey game with the guys we have available to us and we have a good enough group to win a game, so let’s do that.”

Red Wings at Islanders
Faceoff: 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, N.Y.

TV/radio: FSD/97.1 FM

Outlook: The Islanders (27-12-4) continue to defy analysts’ predictions and are contending for the Metropolitain Division title. … The Islanders only allow 2.56 goals per game (fourth in NHL) and 110 goals (second best). … C Mat Barzal (17 goals, 37 points) and G Semyon Varlamov (15-5-4, 2.33 GAA, .923 SVS) lead a deep lineup.

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The 2019-20 NHL season begins Oct. 2. With training camps open, NHL.com is taking a look at the five keys, the inside scoop on roster questions, and the projected lines for each of the 31 teams. Today, the Detroit Red Wings.

Coach: Jeff Blashill (fifth season)

Last season: 32-40-10; seventh place Atlantic Division

5 KEYS

1. Yzerman’s evaluation
This season is essentially an audition. Steve Yzerman took over as general manager April 19 after nine seasons with the Tampa Bay Lightning — the first eight as GM, the last as senior adviser — and said he wanted to proceed somewhat slowly and get to know everyone in the organization. In large part because of that, the Red Wings didn’t change coaches or name a captain. A methodical, meticulous executive, Yzerman will make up his own mind about what Detroit has and what it needs before making big decisions. That presents an opportunity.

Video: Analyzing the future for the Red Wings defense

2. Young players’ development
Center Dylan Larkin (32) and forwards Andreas Athanasiou Jersey (30), Anthony Mantha Jersey (25) and Tyler Bertuzzi Jersey (21) each set an NHL career high for goals last season. Each must continue growing and taking a leading role, and the next wave of young players must follow the example. Can 23-year-old forward Taro Hirose produce consistently over a full season on the second line? Can 21-year-old Filip Hronek excel as a top-pair defenseman? Can players like 20-year-old center Michael Rasmussen, 19-year-old forward Filip Zadina Jersey, 21-year-old defenseman Dennis Cholowski Jersey and 18-year-old defenseman Moritz Seider Jersey take steps, if not in the NHL now, then in the American Hockey League first?

3. Health
The Red Wings need their key players to stay healthy, because they don’t have the depth to weather significant injuries. Last season, when Detroit missed the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the third straight season, injuries decimated the defense. Danny DeKeyser and Jonathan Ericsson each was limited to 52 games. Trevor Daley Jersey was limited to 44, Mike Green to 43. Each is expected to be ready for the regular season.

4. Better start
The Atlantic Division is too competitive for the Red Wings to dig themselves a huge hole again. Last season, they started 1-7-2 and ranked last in the NHL because of a difficult schedule and the injuries on defense. They went on a 9-2-0 run after that, thanks to an easier schedule and a replenished lineup. That gave them the best record in the League over that time period and a winning record at 10-9-2, but they were still closer to the bottom of the League than the top. They went 22-31-8 the rest of the way and missed the playoffs for the third straight season following 25 consecutive postseason appearances.

Video: Potential breakout players from the Atlantic Division

5. Defensive improvement
Defenseman Patrik Nemeth, who signed as an unrestricted free agent July 1, gives Detroit ingredients it lacked — someone who wins net-front battles, stalls the opposition in the defensive zone and clears the puck on the penalty kill. The Red Wings ranked 27th in the NHL last season in goals against (272), 28th on the penalty kill (77.1 percent) and 27th in goal differential (minus-48) last season. Their team defense must be better.

ROSTER RUNDOWN

Making the cut
Spots are open in the middle six up front and the bottom pair on defense.

It seems likely Athanasiou will play left wing on the second line with Valtteri Filppula and Frans Nielsen centering the second and third lines, respectively. But who will earn the other three spots on the wing? Hirose has an inside track to play right wing on the second line but has to hold on to the spot. Yzerman said Adam Erne has the potential to play in the top nine. Other candidates include Jacob de la Rose and Christoffer Ehn.

The question on defense is whether a player like Cholowski, Seider, Madison Bowey or Oliwer Kaski can knock a veteran like Daley or Ericsson out of the third pair.

Most intriguing addition
Kaski (6-foot-3, 190 pounds) signed as a free agent May 28 after winning the Lasse Oksanen Award as the best player in Liiga, Finland’s top professional league. The 24-year-old, who played at Western Michigan in 2015-16, ranked first among defensemen and sixth overall in scoring with 51 points (19 goals, 32 assists) in 59 games for Pelicans.

Biggest potential surprise
Hirose, who signed as a free agent out of Michigan State on March 12, had seven points (one goal, six assists) in 10 games for Detroit down the stretch last season. He isn’t the biggest at 5-10, 160. He isn’t the fastest, either. But he’s smart and skilled, and he makes plays. Larkin spoke highly of how Hirose looked this summer.

Video: [email protected]: Hirose breaks tie with first NHL goal

Ready to break through
Mantha might have reached 30 goals for the first time in the NHL last season, like Larkin and Athanasiou did, had he not been limited to 67 games because of injury. His goals per game average of 0.37 was the highest of his NHL career by far and translated to 30 goals over an 82-game season. He is capable of even more.

Fantasy sleeper
Hronek (average draft position ADP: 184.1) led defensemen in points at the 2019 IIHF World Championship for the Czech Republic (11 in 10 games) and could build off his late-season success with Detroit (seven points; two goals, five assists) in the Red Wings’ final six games, especially if he earns a role on the first power-play unit. — Pete Jensen

PROJECTED LINEUP
Tyler Bertuzzi — Dylan Larkin Jersey — Anthony Mantha

Andreas Athanasiou — Valtteri Filppula — Taro Hirose

Adam Erne — Frans Nielsen — Christoffer Ehn

Justin Abdelkader — Luke Glendening — Darren Helm

Danny DeKeyser — Filip Hronek

Patrik Nemeth — Mike Green

Trevor Daley — Jonathan Ericsson

Jimmy Howard

Jonathan Bernier

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In an American Hockey League game on Wednesday, Texas Stars defenseman Joel Hanley attempted nothing more than a routine dump-in from center ice.

What he got was a goal.

In one of the more bizarre plays ever caught on video, Hanley scored from the red line into a vacated net and you can’t even blame the goaltender.

Hanley attempted to fire one into the zone but the puck banked off the boards and, as Manitoba Moose goalie Eric Comrie Jersey left the crease to play it, the biscuit bounced straight back in front of the net, then somehow took a hard left turn, then found the basket.

Watch it. Watch it a lot. Then try to explain how the puck went in.

It’s tough not to feel bad for Comrie. He made the right play, but the laws of physics did not apply in this case.

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VANCOUVER — The journey toward becoming an NHL goalie has several common starting points, each unified by one theme.

Most goalies fell in love with the equipment before the position. Others were forced into the net by older brothers eager for a target. Some chose the position because they never wanted to come off the ice. One recent Vezina Trophy winner was looking to skate less.

The unifying theme for sticking with the position is the inherent ability to influence a game’s outcome more than any other position.

Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson wanted to be a difference maker when he gravitated to the position in minor hockey.

“I knew I could do it better than the other guy that was playing,” Anderson said, recalling the start of the journey that led to his profession.

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Howard’s series of saves
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“My dad was a high school coach in my hometown and I was always around the dressing room, so I was a rink rat and I always gravitated towards goalie equipment,” he said. “So when I first started playing it was more about the painted masks, the cool equipment, different color schemes. But as I started playing I fell in love with being that last line of defense out there.”

Like Howard, Anderson was introduced to goaltending before embracing that aspect of it. Anderson says he was 5 or 6 years old when he discovered he could play with his brother, who was four years older, and his friends by volunteering to play goalie for ball hockey games in the driveway.

“That’s kind of where it started, the passion, just being the guy that was too small to play and found the position just to kind of hang out,” he said.

It became serious when Anderson started with organized hockey. There he says he quickly tired of rotating with two other players between defenseman and goalie.

“I remember one game I was playing defense and I refused to go on the ice because I just wanted to play goalie,” he said. “We were down maybe 6-0 after the first period and my dad had the gear in the car and the coach came over after the period and said, ‘Hey, your son won’t play unless he plays goalie,’ and ever since that’s kind of the deal.”

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The younger-brother origin story is rife among NHL goalies. A story in Sports Illustrated last season identified 10 NHL goalies who cited an older brother forcing them into the net as the reason for getting started. Anderson was not on that list, and neither were Mike Condon nor Eric Comrie Jersey.

Comrie, who is with the Arizona Coyotes after four seasons in the Winnipeg Jets organization, cites a save off his older brother, Paul Comrie, as the best of his young career. Eric was 5 at the time and Paul was 22 and playing for the Edmonton Oilers in 1999-2000. Another brother, Mike Comrie, is 15 years older than Eric and played 11 seasons in the NHL between 2000-01 and 2010-11.

“[Paul] told me, ‘You will never ever stop me, and he got a back-door pass and I make an unbelievable glove save, and my brother Mike picked me up and carried me around the house and Paul was dejected, on the floor,” Eric said. “I still think that might be the reason I became a goalie, right there. That moment, that save. It’s all I needed.”

Condon’s brother, Zach, is five years older.

“We were in the driveway to play street hockey, and if I want to hang out with the big kids I’ve got to play goal because nobody else does,” said the 29-year-old, who is with Syracuse, the Tampa Bay Lightning’s American Hockey League affiliate. “And I want to hang out so I stood in there. We didn’t have great gear; I think it was those Mylec pads that are just basically big rectangles. They were nice enough to use a tennis ball. They weren’t cruel enough to use those orange balls, but they were shooting it pretty good.”

Each of these stories is familiar to Carolina Hurricanes goalie James Reimer.

“Every younger brother wants to play with their older brother. I’m pretty sure that’s human nature,” said Reimer, whose brother, Mark, is 3 1/2 years older. “He shoved me in net and we’d play road hockey, street hockey, floor hockey, kitchen hockey, everything. And he’s older so he’s stronger and his motor skills are better, and it just pushed you as a young kid to try and keep up.”

Equipment likely is the second source of goaltending inspiration for beginners. More than a dozen NHL goalies have discussed being drawn to the position in part because of the unique gear or being inspired by getting a particular piece for Christmas.

Curtis McElhinney of the Lightning is one.

“No one else had anything like it and I thought it was the coolest thing in the world,” the 36-year-old said. “So it was definitely a gear thing, and it still is to this day. That’s the joy of goaltending, is that you have a choice and a lot of the equipment that you can wear.”

McElhinney’s playing partner, 2019 Vezina Trophy winner Andrei Vasilevskiy, is an outlier. He didn’t cite an older brother as an influence nor an infatuation with customizable equipment.

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He wanted to stay in one spot on the ice.

“I played forward a couple years when I was 8 or 9 but I told my dad it was too tough to be skating that much and I wanted to just stay in the blue paint and make saves,” Vasilevskiy said, laughing at the memory. “But now I understand goalie is much, much harder than to be a player.”

With or without an older brother shooting on you.

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UNIONDALE, N.Y. — The New York Islanders scored four goals in the first period in an 8-2 win against the Detroit Red Wings at Nassau Coliseum on Tuesday.

Brock Nelson scored twice and was one of seven players who had a multipoint game for New York (28-13-4), which was coming off a 6-2 loss at the New York Rangers on Monday and won for the first time in three games (1-1-1). Thomas Greiss made 34 saves.

“That was the message (coach) Barry [Trotz] stressed this morning,” Nelson said of the response to the loss to the Rangers. “We talked about what went on [Monday] night, what we needed to do better. We kind of had to just flip the page and come out and play again. That was the beauty of today; we got to kind of flip it quick.”

[WATCH: All Red Wings vs. Islanders highlights]

Cheap Jimmy Howard Jersey was pulled at 7:56 of the first period after allowing three goals on seven shots for Detroit (12-32-3), which has lost two in a row. Calvin Pickard made 14 saves in relief.

“Not the start we were looking for,” Red Wings center Cheap Dylan Larkin Jersey said. “We didn’t help out [Howard] at all. In a building like this where it’s a momentum building, we talked before the game that we were going to have to have a good start, and we didn’t. We didn’t help [Howard] and we left him out to dry.

“Once the snowball got going downhill, it got bigger and bigger. They just kept getting bounces. Tough to explain. We just didn’t show up in the first like we would’ve liked to.”

Jordan Eberle gave the Islanders a 1-0 lead with a backhand shot after a pass from Mathew Barzal at 3:23. It was his sixth goal of the season, third in four games.

Josh Bailey scored on the rebound of Michael Dal Colle’s shot for his first goal in 16 games to make it 2-0 at 3:59.

“It always feels good; I think you’re going to have your lulls throughout the course of a season,” said Bailey, who hadn’t scored since Dec. 9 against the Tampa Bay Lightning. “I think we all go through stuff like that. You try and maintain a certain level of play. Fortunately, tonight, I got a good bounce.”

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Nelson made it 3-0 at 7:56 with a one-timer from the right face-off circle after a turnover by Red Wings defenseman Cheap Mike Green Jersey behind the Detroit net.

Howard was pulled after Nelson’s goal. He is 2-16-1 with a 4.26 goals-against average and .876 save percentage in 19 games this season.

“We haven’t been good enough for him,” Larkin said.

Cheap Filip Hronek Jersey scored from the left point to make it 3-1 at 11:45.

Anders Lee gave the Islanders a 4-1 lead at 18:30. Eberle had an assist for his 500th NHL point.

New York hadn’t scored four goals in a period since a 6-3 win against the Ottawa Senators on Dec. 28, 2018.

“We were able to capitalize early,” Bailey said. “I think that was probably the key for us; we wanted to come out with a good start. Coming off a back-to-back, you want to come out hot, and we were able to put a few past them early and kind of ride that.”

Nelson scored his second of the game at 1:59 of the second period on a breakaway after leaving the penalty box to make it 5-1.

Noah Dobson scored his first NHL goal to give the Islanders a 6-1 lead 41 seconds later when his shot deflected off defenseman Cheap Alex Biega Jersey at 2:40.

“Obviously, it wasn’t how you drew it up, but we’ll take it for sure,” said Dobson, who turned 20 on Jan. 7 and was playing his 18th NHL game.

Dobson’s first NHL goal
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Anthony Beauvillier redirected Ryan Pulock’s shot at 5:12 of the third period to make it 7-1, and Leo Komarov scored his first of the season at 9:17 to give New York an 8-1 lead.

Givani Smith scored his first NHL goal on a redirection with six minutes left for the 8-2 final.

“I didn’t want to go too crazy,” the 21-year-old forward said. “It was a shot from outside, I thought [my stick] was a little bit high, so I didn’t want to psych myself out.”

They said it
“It unraveled. We weren’t good enough. I thought there were some guys that were really ready to go, and some guys that weren’t ready to go. You’ve got to compete at a high, high level. We’ve got some guys in some prime spots that have to understand how hard you’ve got to compete every night.” — Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill

“Obviously, any loss, the next game’s really important, especially when you don’t really have your best effort. It’s important you get back on track. I think it helps having that back-to-back; we didn’t have to think about [a 6-2 loss to the Rangers on Monday] too long. We could get over it and be prepared for today. We did a good job of that.” — Islanders defenseman Ryan Pulock

Beauvillier’s tip-in tally
00:33 • 8:00 AM

Need to know
Green was minus-4 in 19:11. … Pulock had two assists and was plus-4. … It was Beauvillier’s first goal in 14 games (Dec. 14 against Buffalo Sabres).

What’s next
Red Wings: Host the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday (7:30 p.m. ET; NHLN, SN, FS-D, ATTSN-PT, NHL.TV)

Islanders: Host the New York Rangers on Thursday (Nassau Coliseum; 7 p.m. ET; MSG+, MSG 2, NHL.TV)

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Andreas Athanasiou will not play for the Detroit Red Wings against the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday (7 p.m. ET; FS-D, NBCSCA, NHL.TV) because of a lower-body injury, and coach Jeff Blashill said the 25-year-old forward could be out for 2-3 weeks.

“He’ll be out for a little bit,” Blashill said. “I don’t have an exact answer [how long], but two weeks, three weeks.”

Andreas Athanasiou Jersey had an assist in Detroit’s 2-1 loss at the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday. He has 19 points (five goals, 14 assists) and an NHL-worst minus-35 rating in 36 games this season after finishing with NHL career highs in goals (30) and points (54) last season. The fourth-round pick (No. 110) by the Red Wings in the 2012 NHL Draft has 149 points (78 goals, 71 assists) in 284 games, all with Detroit.

The Red Wings recalled forward Givani Smith from Grand Rapids of the American Hockey League.

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Dylan Larkin Jersey said Tuesday he would welcome becoming captain of the Detroit Red Wings.

“I feel ready for it,” the center told TSN. “I think it’s something that I can’t focus on, I can’t lose sleep about it, can’t control it, I just try and be myself and play the game that I love and play with a lot of passion.

“Everyone in the NHL has been a leader at some point in their careers. I’m lucky that we have great veteran leadership and it’s taken a lot of pressure off me, but a letter’s a letter, but being a captain of a franchise like the Detroit Red Wings would mean a lot to me.”

Larkin, who grew up in Michigan, turned 23 on July 30 and is entering his fifth NHL season. Last season, he set NHL career highs with 73 points, 32 goals, 287 shots on goal and 21:51 time on ice per game.

“I think last year was a big stepping year for me,” Larkin said. “I took a big step in my game, my 200-foot game, and I think I got a lot of confidence after that season. I need to take another step and become even better in my own zone, and score more, or contribute in different ways offensively. … I’m excited to get back at it.”

Detroit did not have a captain last season after Henrik Zetterberg said he could no longer play because of back problems. The forward was Red Wings captain since 2012-13.

“He was the best captain I ever played for in my young career,” Larkin said. “You see a lot of guys that played in other places and played for pretty good captains, they speak very highly of what kind of leader he was. I think just his extra gear that he had, he always found a way to push harder, and when the team seemed to have nothing, he had that extra oomph and he found a way to get it done.

“He was always reliable, he always did the right things in the locker room, he always showed up to the rink working as hard as he could and set a good example for the young guys. I think he’s someone I still to this day am in contact with, and I still text him if I ever stumble upon things or have problems. He’s been one of the greatest mentors I ever had.”

Larkin was an alternate captain last season with defenseman Niklas Kronwall and forwards Justin Abdelkader Jersey and Frans Nielsen Jersey.

“It’s something if it happens, it happens,” Larkin said. “If it doesn’t, I still get to play for the Detroit Red Wings and I get to play in the NHL, and I’m going to try and play my best.”

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DETROIT — Danny DeKeyser Jersey had back surgery Tuesday, and Detroit Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said the defenseman could miss the rest of the season.

DeKeyser injured his back during a 5-2 loss to the Vancouver Canucks on Oct. 22 and has missed the past 26 games. He has four assists in eight games this season.

“Now, we’ve played without him for a long time,” Blashill said. “He could be out potentially for the season and not having him is the reality of our situation. So we have face the reality head-on, which means that the other guys have to step up and play really good hockey. Is it challenging? Sure it’s challenging. We were hoping to get him back.”

Blashill said that DeKeyser was making progress before having a setback that led to surgery.

“When he’s healthy, he’s our top defenseman and I think he’s one of the most underrated defenders in the League,” Blashill said. “He obviously has a huge impact on our team.”

The Red Wings placed defenseman Jonathan Ericsson Jersey on injured reserve Tuesday and recalled defenseman Brian Lashoff from Grand Rapids of the American Hockey League. Ericsson has no points in nine games this season.

Lashoff could become the 12th defenseman to play for the Red Wings this season when they host the Columbus Blue Jackets at Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday (7:30 p.m. ET; FS-D, FS-O, NHL.TV).

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DETROIT — Dylan Larkin Jersey scored in the second period and had the only goal in the shootout for the Detroit Red Wings in a 3-2 win against the Ottawa Senators at Little Caesars Arena on Friday.

“I haven’t been the best in shootouts in my career, but our goalie coach Jeff Salajko said to go blocker side,” said Larkin, who was 1-for-12 before beating Marcus Hogberg. “I was going to try another move, but Jeff convinced me to go that way.”

Tyler Bertuzzi Jersey had a goal and an assist, and Filip Hronek Jersey had two assists for Detroit (12-30-3), which won its third straight home game. Jonathan Bernier Jersey made 29 saves and didn’t allow a goal on all three Senators attempts in the shootout.

[WATCH: All Senators vs. Red Wings highlights]

“[Bernier] has always been better when he’s played a lot, which is true of a lot of goalies,” Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said. “He had a tough start here in Detroit, both last year and the beginning of this year, but he kept a positive attitude and his hard work has paid off.”

Bertuzzi deflects in opening goal
00:43 • January 11th, 2020

Colin White had a goal and an assist, and Hogberg made 26 saves for Ottawa (16-22-6), which is on a season-long six-game winless streak (0-4-2).

“I thought we played well enough to win,” Senators coach D.J. Smith said. “We got after them on the forecheck, we tracked the puck and we did a good job in the d-zone, and [Hogberg] was great. When a goalie plays that well, you want to get them a win.”

The Red Wings took a 1-0 lead at 14:55 of the first period when Bertuzzi tipped Hronek’s pass into the top of the net.

Larkin made it 2-0 at 5:32 of the second period, scoring on a power play on an end-to-end rush to extend his point streak to five games (two goals, three assists). It was his 99th NHL goal.

“I saw an opening and I could see most of their guys were standing still,” Larkin said. “I always see [Valtteri] Filppula using his head fake to beat guys, so I used that on the first guy and then used my speed.”

Ottawa cut the lead to 2-1 at 5:54 when Brady Tkachuk’s shot deflected in off Patrik Nemeth Jersey, and White tied the game 2-2 at 10:42 on the power play.

“I knew if I kept playing the right way I’d get a bounce at some point,” said Tkachuk, who had gone five games without a point. “We had a lot of chances, but we have to do a better chance of finishing them.”

Hogberg made back-to-back lunging saves on Filppula in overtime before Mike Green Jersey hit the post.

“I’m not exactly sure what happened there,” Hogberg said. “There were a lot of pucks flying around and I was just trying to get in front of them. I think one was off my glove, one was off my stick and one might have hit the post.”

White, who slid across the crease to try to knock away Filppula’s first shot, didn’t get a good look at the sequence.

“I was lying in the crease trying to protect my face,” Larkin said. “That was crazy.”

Larkin goes end to end for PPG
00:45 • January 11th, 2020

They said it
“I thought we bounced back really well from (losing 6-1 to the Washington Capitals on Tuesday). That’s how we want to play, and we left everything we had on the table. Obviously we want to get a second point, but we played hard and we can take this to play (the Montreal Canadiens) tomorrow night.” — Senators forward Colin White

“We’ve talked so much about needing something to grab on to, and I really do believe we can be a great team at home. We’ve seen it, and with our schedule coming up before the long All-Star break, we really can get on a roll here and keep it going into the end of the season. It feels good in this locker room when we’re winning games.” — center Dylan Larkin on Detroit’s three-game home winning streak

Need to know
The shootout was the second of Hogberg’s NHL career. He lost to the Philadelphia Flyers on Dec. 21, allowing a Sean Couturier goal on three shots. … Bernier is 10-12-2 this season. Detroit’s other goalies have combined to go 2-18-1. Jimmy Howard Jersey has both wins, the last coming Oct. 29. … Ottawa defenseman Mark Borowiecki missed the game because of illness. … Senators defenseman Ron Hainsey played 25:19 after missing seven games with a lower-body injury.

What’s next
Senators: Host the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday (7 p.m. ET; CBC, SN, SN360, CITY, TVAS, NHL.TV)

Red Wings: Host the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday (5 p.m. ET; ESPN+, FS-D, MSG-B, NHL.TV)