Tweets from Monday’s practice: Bertuzzi, Lindstrom skating

The Red Wings took to the ice at 11 AM today at Little Caesars Arena, preparing for tomorrow night’s game against the resurgent New York Islanders:

#RedWings practice before facing Islanders tomorrow at ⁦@LCArena_Detroit⁩ Bertuzzi is out of COVID protocol and skating, Staal is not. Lindstrom (lower body injury) is practicing.— Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) December 13, 2021

Tyler Bertuzzi back at practice!— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) December 13, 2021

Gustav Lindstrom is also back at practice.— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) December 13, 2021

#RedWings lines in practice:
Renouf— Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) December 13, 2021

I might suggest that the Wings are missing Lindstrom and Staal pretty badly on the back end.

#RedWings power play units:
1. Bertuzzi (net front), Fabbri (bumper), Larkin-Raymond (flanks), Seider (point).
2. Suter (net front), Namestnikov (bumper), Hronek-Zadina (flanks), Leddy (point).— Ansar Khan (@AnsarKhanMLive) December 13, 2021

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4 thoughts on “Tweets from Monday’s practice: Bertuzzi, Lindstrom skating”

  1. Would it be safe to assume that Tyler still is the only not vaccinated Red Wing?

    Having gone thru a Covid infection does not make him immune to more infections.

    Another infection should cook his Goose, JMO.

    1. Being vaxed does not make you immune to more infections either. Every other player who has gone into COVID protocol are all fully vaxed (See Dekeyser, Staal, and just today Calgary has 6 vaxed players and 1 staff who got it). I know people who have been vaxed twice and got the booster who still got bad cases of COVID. It doesn’t seem to matter with this weaponized virus, unfortunately…

      1. That’s correct, this virus does not discriminate, and given that we’re dealing with a respiratory virus and guys who are in close proximity breathing, drinking, spitting, bleeding and sweating all over the place, there are all sorts of ways to spread it…but vaccination does help. It’s not a magic bullet, but it can reduce the severity of infection.

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