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Red Wings embarrass Wild, 6-0

It was doomsday in Detroit on Friday as the Red Wings rocked the Wild to the tune of 6-0. Josh Harding allowed all six Detroit goals before being pulled for Matt Hackett in the third period.
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It was doomsday in Detroit on Friday as the Red Wings rocked the Wild to the tune of 6-0. Josh Harding allowed all six Detroit goals before being pulled for Matt Hackett in the third period.

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