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Bearing Down Red Wings goaltender Chris Osgood has allowed some soft goals in the playoffs, but he's determined to dispel Motown's doubts about whether he's Cup-worthy
The Gen-X couple on their way into the Red Wings game in Detroit on Sunday--a woman wearing a white Chris Osgood jersey, her boyfriend ...
Dirty Tricks Despite the NHL's vigilance, players and teams bend rules in all sorts of dastardly ways to gain an advantage
Wings goalie Chris Osgood on April 1, 1995, when he pulled one of the greatest snow jobs in NHL history. As a steamy Reunion Arena buzzed ...
The Dixie Cup
When Ole Miss faces Mississippi State, there is far more at stake than mere gridiron supremacy
Closing In Led by the stellar all-around play of their captain, Steve Yzerman, the Detroit Red Wings were flashing their championship form against the overmatched Washington Capitals
Bondra and Adam Oates and received superior goaltending from. Kolzig than Detroit had had from Chris Osgood, they probably would have liked their chances ...
THE WINGS WILL BE KINGS DETROIT IS ALMOST SURE TO REIGN WHEN THE STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS COME TO AN END. HERE'S WHY
That defense is backed up by Chris Osgood, who has emerged as a ... Bowman refused to turn to Osgood, then 22, even when the Wings
Who's Your Goalie?
An All-Star? A journeyman? A postseason neophyte? Playoff teams commit to one goaltender even when some, including top-seeded Detroit, might be wise to keep giving work to their backup
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goalie Chris Osgood (left) mixed the ridiculous (giving up a 90-footer in overtime of Game 5) with the sublime (shutouts in. Games 1 and 6).
A bevy of unlikely goaltenders rose up to put the bite on their opponents in the first round of the NHL playoffs
Staring Down The End
"With the long seasons and the compressed schedule this year, it's almost the perfect storm," says goaltender Chris Osgood. "It's almost four ...
Same Time Next Year?
With hockey's two best teams set up to stay that way, a Penguins--Red Wings finals, rich with thickening subplots, could become a familiar event