Mantha Mows Down Stars; London Falling for Bears

Ducks learn to stay in the fight with first come-from-behind victory of the season

Ducks learn to stay in the fight with first come-from-behind victory of the season

The game is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET and will be on either Fox Sports Detroit (local viewers in Red Wings market), Fox Sports Southwest (local viewers in Stars market) or ESPN+ (everywhere else in the United States).

Thanks to four goals from the top line of Dylan Larkin, Anthony Mantha and Tyler Bertuzzi, the Red Wings started the 2019 National Hockey League season with a road win over the Nashville Predators.

The Dallas Stars were unable to keep the Saint Louis Blues off the scoreboard as they allowed them to score 3 goals on 30 shots.

In the season-opening win at Nashville, he had a goal and two assists.

Roope Hintz found the back of the net twice for Dallas, which has dropped its first three games.

Nashville would come back once again when Mattias Ekholm tied the game at 4:48 on a sweet backhand and we were tied once again, 3-3.

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She went down to her knees for a loose ball just over five minutes into the game, was subbed out, and went straight to the tunnel. Jonquel Jones converted a 3-point play to open the third quarter and cut the lead to 1, but that was as close as CT would get.

With the game tied 3-3, Red Wings center Luke Glendening wristed a shot off the mask of Nashville goaltender Juuse Saros and into the net, the 46th goal in the seven-year veteran's career.

Preds Start With A BangThe Nashville Predators had a rough end to their season last year, but they still won the Central Division and have started this year off with a bang as they beat the Wild in the opener by a score of 5-2. Filip Zadina and Joe Veleno were held off the scoresheet, and both had -1 ratings at the end of the night. After just two games, they have combined for eight goals and eight assists. Mantha cruised from the left-wing boards to the middle of the ice, where he'd eventually receive a pass from Hronek in which he deposited into the back of the goal for a Wings victory.

Calvin Pickard stopped 35 shots in the victory.

"He's exponentially better when he's playing with confidence and that's what you are seeing right now", Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill said.

"You know they're going to throw everything they had at us", Bernier said.

Nashville's offensive lines continued to generate chances as they did in Thursday's home opener, and all but three Predators skaters registered at least one shot on Saturday. Red Wings C Andreas Athanasiou was scratched with a lower-body injury. 2, Dallas, Seguin 1 (Oleksiak), 16:49.

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