Detroit Red Wings forward Gustav Nyquist scored twice in Wednesday’s exhibition game against the Penguins. After the morning skate, Blashill had said that “I think Nyqui is going to pop out a couple here tonight. I feel good about that.”Nyquist scored for the second time with two minutes remaining, to make it 5-5. The Wings ended up losing in overtime. Nyquist’s other goal came during the second period, on Pittsburgh’s No. 1 goalie, Matt Murray. Both Nyquist’s goals came during power plays.
Martin Frk has a shot that makes teammates shy to serve as a screen, that even his own goaltenders don’t care to face. How adeptly and successfully Frk can utilize that shot during the Detroit Red Wings' exhibition season will go a long way toward determining his future. He was slated to play in Thursday’s game at Chicago on a line with Riley Sheahan and Ben Street, and was also on one of the power play units. “Every game is big for me,” Frk told the Free Press.
Exhibition season provides a perfect time for Detroit Red Wings prospect Evgeny Svechnikov to work on areas in which he needs to improve: Speeding up and slowing down simultaneously. The 20-year-old first-round pick from 2015 is entering his second season of pro hockey on a comfortable and confident note after reaching 20 goals last season with the Grand Rapids Griffins. He spent the offs-eason working on his skating. “I needed to get quicker and get my feet moving,” Svechnikov said Wednesday.
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