Final

Series (Game 2 of 4)

Series tied 2-2

Game 1: Monday, October 10th
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Red Wings2
Game 2: Sunday, November 13th
Red Wings1Final
Canucks4
Game 3: Thursday, January 26th
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Red Wings2
Game 4: Sunday, March 19th
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Red Wings 1

(15-3-1, 31 pts)

Canucks 4

(11-5-2, 24 pts)

10:00 PM ET, November 13, 2005

Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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DET 1 0 01
VAN 2 2 04

T. Bertuzzi (Canucks - RW): Goals: 3, Assists: 0

N. Baumgartner (Canucks - D): Goals: 0, Assists: 2

D. Cloutier (Canucks - G): Saves: 34, Save Pct.: .971

Detroit (15-2-1) at Vancouver (10-5-2) 10:00 pm EST

Detroit (15-2-1) at Vancouver (10-5-2), 10:00 pm EST

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Ticker) -- Two of the top teams in the Western Conference collide when the Detroit Red Wings visit the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday.

The Red Wings own the best record in the NHL, thanks in part to their 7-0-0 road record. However, one of their two defeats this season came at the hands of the Canucks, 4-2, on October 10.

Detroit has won three in row following a two-game slide. On Friday, the Red Wings posted a 3-1 home win over Minnesota thanks to goals from Johan Franzan, Brendan Shanahan and Jason Williams.

Goaltender Manny Legace needed to make just 16 saves to pick up his league-leading 12th win.

Vancouver comes in with a three-game losing streak, including Thursday's 5-3 loss against Colorado. It was the first time in eight games that the Canucks had lost at home this season.

Goalie Dan Cloutier will likely start for Vancouver after missing the team's previous five games because of a concussion.

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