Detroit Red Wings Vs Buffalo Sabres: Prediction, Ground Details, Current Squad & Live Stream

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016 | 0

Detroit Red Wings is one of the three most successful contender in Ice Hockey competition which won eleven times Stanley Cup championships which makes them the third highest title winner ever. They are competition in 100th season of National Hockey League competition 2016/17 as one of the hot favourite but their current performance is not remarkable. They have played 19 matches in this tournament but won only eight of them. Now, they are scheduled to play their 20th match against a below ranked team Buffalo Sabres which is also from their Eastern Conference. Though, their upcoming opponent is seems much easier but they do not want to take it lightly. Buffalo Sabres yet to grab any Stanley Cups title but their recent performance is so impressive then Detroit. This season of NHL, they have played 19 matches and won seven of them. Let’s take a look below their next match details.

# Short Profile of Upcoming Match:

  • Competition – Detroit Red Wings Vs Buffalo Sabres
  • Play Date – 23rd November, 2016
  • Kick Off – 19:00 (ET)
  • Day – Wednesday
  • Tournament Name – National Hockey League (NHL) 2016/17
  • Chapter – 99th of Play/ 100th of Operation

Detroit Red Wings v Buffalo Sabres

# Ground Details: KeyBank Center will be the hosting arena of upcoming competition between Detroit Red Wings and Buffalo Sabres. KeyBank Center which is formerly known as First Niagara Center is a multipurpose indoor stadium which is located in Buffalo, New York. Erie County is the current owner of the arena. The ground is established in 21st September, 1996 and since then becomes as the home ground of Buffalo Sabres of NHL.

# Broadcasting Networks: FS – D+, MSG – B

# Complete Players List of Detroit Red Wings and Buffalo Sabres:

S/N

Position Detroit Red Wings Buffalo Sabres

Remarks

1.

Goaltender Petr Mrazek (Czech), Jimmy Howard (USA)

Anders Nilsson (Swe), Robin Lehner (Swe)

2.

Defenseman Ryan Sproul (Can), Brendan Smith (Can), Xavier Ouellet (Fra), Alexei Marchenko (Rus), Niklas Kronwall (Swe), Mike Green (Can), Jonathan Ericsson (Swe), Danny DeKeyser (USA)

Rasmus Ristolainen (Fin), Casey Nelson (USA), Jake McCabe (USA), Dmitry Kulikov (Rus), Josh Gorges (Can), Cody Franson (Can), Justin Falk (Can), Zach Bogosian (USA)

3.

Centre Henrik Zetterberg (Swe), Joe Vitale (USA), Riley Sheahan (Can), Steve Ott (Can), Frans Nielsen (Den), Dylan Larkin (USA), Darren Helm (Can), Luke Glendening (USA), Andreas Athanasiou (Can)

Sam Reinhart (Can), Ryan O’Reilly (Can), Derek Grant (Can), Zemgus Girgensons (Lat), Jack Eichel (USA)

4.

Winger Thomas Vanek (Aus), Tomas Tatar (Slo), Gustav Nyquist (Swe), Drew Miller (USA), Anthony Mantha (Can), Tomas Jurco (Slo), Johan Franzen (Swe), Tyler Bertuzzi (Can), Justin Abdelkader (USA)

Cole Schneider (USA), Kyle Okposo (USA), Matt Moulson (Can), Johan Larsson (Swe), Evander Kane (Can), Brian Gionta (USA), Marcus Foligno (USA), Tyler Ennis (Can), Nicolas Deslauriers (Can), William Carrier (Can), Nicholas Baptiste (Can)

About the Author

This is Toqui Tahmid a webmaster and sports reporter at Tsmplug



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