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Video: Zetterberg gives the Red Wings the lead over Ducks in Game 7

May 12, 2013, 10:57 PM EST

The Detroit Red Wings got off to an ideal start in their winner-take-all Game 7 with the Anaheim Ducks.

Henrik Zetterberg, who scored twice on Friday in Detroit’s Game 6 victory, opened the scoring in the deciding seventh game to give the Red Wings an early one-goal lead on the road. That came 1:49 into the game.

The Ducks evened the scored on a goal by Emerson Etem with 6:12 remaining in the first period, before Justin Abdelkader restored Detroit’s lead on a short-handed goalie less than three minutes later.

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  1. polegojim - May 13, 2013 at 12:12 AM

    Hank is playing like the ‘C’ and Detroit’s best players… are acting like it.

    Anaheims best… Perry, Getzlaf, Selanne are all taking frustrated cheap shots. I guess if you can’t skate strait up… you resort to crap on ice.

    Just skate boys and do your jobs.

    Go WINGS!

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