Red Wings practice on Tuesday ahead of SJ game: Mrazek in ‘starter’s’ net, ‘everyone’ skating

Updated 4x at 2:38 PM:

The Detroit Red Wings hit the ice at Little Caesars Arena just before 1 PM on Tuesday, preparing for Wednesday’s home game against the San Jose Sharks (8:00 PM EST on FSD/NBCSNSA/97.1 FM).

Our friends from San Jose will be busy playing against the Pittsburgh Penguins this evening, so they probably won’t hold a morning skate tomorrow; the Red Wings are opening a stretch of 3 games to be played over the course of 4 nights (Detroit plays on Carolina on Friday and Florida on Saturday).

Here are the Tweets of note from today’s practice, starting with MLive’s Ansar Khan’s, “Hello”:

Khan continued…

Petr Mrazek practicing in starter’s net for #RedWings

The Wings said, “Hi,” too…

As did the Detroit News’s Ted Kulfan and the Free Press’s Helene St. James:

Also of Red Wings-related Twitter note:

Update: Kulfan corrects himself:

NO, missed him earlier…Green, on ice, too….

Update #2: More from Khan:

#RedWings lines in practice: Nyquist-Zetterberg-Mantha Bertuzzi-Larkin-Athanasiou






Howard now practicing in starter’s net after Mrazek was there earlier.

Update #3: WXYZ’s Brad Galli also checked in…

Update #4: Fox 2’s Sky Kerstein also checked in:



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6 thoughts on “Red Wings practice on Tuesday ahead of SJ game: Mrazek in ‘starter’s’ net, ‘everyone’ skating”

  1. Conflicting reports about who is starting? I think you have to go with Mrazek. Then give Howard one of the games on Friday/Saturday. But it depends on the process.

  2. Blashill is a fan of the term “process,” as in, “We have to stick with the process,” “When we play our process we’re better,” etc. He means something relatively complicated that waters down to “playing the right way.”

    1. oh. That seams reasonable to ask for. People (players) should respond in the way expected otherwise things could go wrong – people won’t be where they are anticipated to be or doing what others think they should be doing. Sounds pretty smart to me.

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