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Topic - Gustav Nyquist
Defending champion Sweden edged Norway 2-1 Tuesday for its third straight victory at the hockey world championships.
Gustav Nyquist is in impressive company.
The NHL-leading Boston Bruins followed their game plan of keeping Gustav Nyquist in front of them for more than two periods.
Desperation fueled the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night.
The Minnesota Wild's hard work eventually paid off for a key victory.
Depleted by injuries, and maybe just due for a drop-off, the Detroit Red Wings have found their remarkable 22-season streak of reaching the playoffs in jeopardy.
The Detroit Red Wings made some breaks and got some against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Gustav Nyquist is making the most of his opportunity to play a lot for the injury-depleted Detroit Red Wings.
The Detroit Red Wings surely liked what they saw of their new top line Friday night.
There was something familiar about the way the checking of Mike Babcock's Detroit Red Wings smothered the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night.
The Detroit Red Wings were finally able to dominate the Florida Panthers.
Patrick Eaves scored on Detroit's seventh attempt in a shootout and Jimmy Howard denied Washington seven times, giving the Red Wings a 4-3 victory over the Capitals on Friday night.
Jimmy Howard failed to stop Alex Ovechkin's shot in the final seconds of regulation.
The Detroit Red Wings set themselves up to win a season-high third straight game at home without their two best players.
For the first time in more than three months, the Red Wings have a winning streak at home.
"It's not the medal we wanted to play for the last game but we don't want to go home empty handed," Sweden forward Gustav Nyquist said.
"We got a much better start than we have done in the previous games, and when we got that third goal, it was huge," Nyquist said.