Last night's game, as summarized by the Chicago media
Chicago 1 Detroit 0; 3:35- PPG Bolland from Hossa & Leddy
Chicago shifts into the umbrella, and the Wings counter with a box. Abdelkader is playing high but not high enough to take away the passing lane to his left.
Hossa gets the attention of Lidstrom, who is covering low. Abdelkader's blown coverage both allowed Hossa to receive a pass and gave him the space needed to do something with the puck. A shot from Hossa is knocked down in the middle by Bolland. Lidstrom now has to turn 180 degrees if he's going to make a play on Bolland. In other words, he's in poor position to make a play. White is covering low as well and has a better chance of impeding a shot.
Somehow Bolland shoots through that mess of winged wheel and gets it past Conklin (!). We're off to a bad start.
Chicago 2 Detroit 0; 4:19- Sharp from Frolik & Hossa
Sharp double clutches and fires a slap shot. This is a soft goal allowed by Conklin, but fault also falls on the Wings defenders (mainly Hudler).
Chicago 2 Detroit 2; 15:15- Cleary (10) from Zetterberg (24) & Filppula (21)
The initial shot is stopped but Cleary is in front of the net and hacks at the puck until it goes in.
Chicago 2 Detroit 3; 3:08- Datsyuk (13) from Ericsson (7) & Franzen (20)
Datsyuk picks the puck up in the corner and slips past Kane along the boards. Pav shoots the puck directly into Ericsson. The puck hits him in the chest and falls straight down.
Ericsson backhands one and the puck is moved to the side of the net. Franzen gets a stick on it and shoves it towards Datsyuk near the right post.
Datsyuk whiffs on his first shot attempt, but there's no chance that Pasha is going to miss a second chance opportunity. He loads up and roofs a shot into a wide open net. Corey Crawford was upset after the game because he thought he was interfered with on this play. I don't see it. Is he pinned on the ice? Sure. Is it because his own teammate ran into him? Yep, it is.