The Detroit Red Wings lost to the Vancouver Canucks at home tonight in a shootout. Alexandre Burrows scored the goal that ended the longest home winning streak in NHL history. It was Detroit’s first home loss since November 3, 2011. The shootout victory brings the Canucks within one point of the Wings for the top spot in the Western Conference. Detroit fans should look back fondly on last Sunday when the Red Wings beat San Jose. [US PRESSWIRE]
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Also ordered to pay $12,000 in legal fees.
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Happy-looking young couple.
Oh, Grumpy Cat, have you no pride?
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Would that even make sense?