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Gustavsson Shows Weakness, Injuries Destroy Wings in Loss

Continuing their slump against the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday night at Joe Louis Arena, losing by a score of five to two, the Detroit Red Wings have increased their losing streak to six straight. Jonas Gustavsson was pulled for the first time this season after allowing three goals in only a mere 18 minutes and 17 seconds into the first period. Read More…

Lightning Strike Wings with Shutout

The Detroit Red Wings were shut out against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday, continuing a five game losing streak as of late. There was no goal scoring recorded in the first or second period, but in the third, the Lightning struck on three different occasions to bring the game to a close in a 20-minute period. Read More…

On The Pact Tonight…

Darqueze’s Mom (Lisa Curry) on the Thorpe award. Did you know that at one point in time, Darqueze Dennard did not have one scholarship offer his senior year of high school? Now, he is the winner of the Jim Thorpe award. And Lisa Curry, mother of Darqueze, fills The Pact in on the inside scoop leading up to the award ceremony. Read More…

Wings Frustrated with More Struggles and Injuries

The Detroit Red Wings faced off against the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday evening. Tomas Tatar continued his hot streak with another goal that came early in the first period. And while the Red Wings were playing with poise throughout the first and second periods, the third was another story. The Flyers netted three goals past Jimmy Howard and then a fourth to seal the game on an empty net, and they won the game 6-3. Read More…

The Pact – #8 – 12/02/13

Men’s soccer is Elite Eight bound, as head coach Damon Rensing joins the show and talks about what his team’s accomplishments this season. The Spartans will travel to Notre Dame Saturday to face the Fighting Irish for the second time this year.

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Alfie Comes Home with Adrenaline

The Detroit Red Wings have won their fourth straight game, knocking off the Ottawa Senators for the first time this season. Daniel Alfredsson returned back to Ottawa for the first time after being signed by the Red Wings in free agency this past summer. With a two minute tribute to the Senators’ ex-captain right before puck drop, the vibe of happiness at the Canadian Tire Centre was clearly evident. Read More…

Detroit Shuts Out New York

The Red Wings’ battle against the New York Islanders Friday afternoon was a continuation of Wednesday’s domination of the Boston Bruins. Secondary goal scoring has started to come into full swing with major productivity from young members of the team, including Darren Helm and Gustav Nyquist. Posting five goals against the Islanders, the Red Wings have started their upward trek out of the slump they started the season with.

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The Pact – #7 – 11/25/13

The Detroit Tigers traded Prince Fielder to the Texas Rangers Wednesday in a blockbuster move that landed Detroit star second baseman, Ian Kinsler.

Play-by-play voice of the Tigers, Dan Dickerson, calls in to comment on the trade, shares his wisdom on the 2014 lineup, and gives his impressions of Brad Ausmus as the new Detroit manager.

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Ryan Keener and Dan Dickerson Tonight on The Pact

It is a monumental time for MSU Sports.

MSU Football clinched the Big Ten Title for the second time in three years, basketball is the No. 1 team in the nation, and men’s soccer is in the midst of an NCAA Tournament.

Tonight on The Pact, men’s soccer’s Ryan Keener joins the panel to discuss a NCAA tournament run, some thoughts on his team’s double-overtime victory over Louisville on Sunday and his recent injury. Read More…

Penalties Contribute to Another Loss

After a burst of energy provided by Gustav Nyquist on Thursday at Joe Louis Arena, the Detroit Red Wings were stumped yet again on home ice in their second confrontation with the Ottawa Senators. With a score of 4-2 on Saturday evening, the Sens scored two goals in both the first and the third period to seal the deal against the Wings for the second time. Read More…

Wings Lose Seventh Straight

In 2002, the Detroit Red Wings set a team record that held for 12 years. That streak is not one of pride or power, but a streak that exemplifies poor play and a lack of productivity. Although the Wings have a seven game losing streak, this is something that players and coach Mike Babcock see as a positive thing, considering the last time this happened, they won Lord Stanley’s Cup. Read More…

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