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Hellberg has win for and against the Ottawa Senators this season

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Red Wings goalie Magnus Hellberg is 2-0 this season in games involving the Ottawa Senators.

The Ottawa Senators are 1-1 this season in games in which Detroit Red Wings goalie Magnus Hellberg was the winning netminder.

On October 24, Hellberg was the Ottawa starter, making 29 saves in a 4-2 victory over the Dallas Stars. The Senators got Hellberg by claiming him on waivers from the Seattle Kraken on October 3. Then on November 10, the Kraken were scooping Hellberg up on waivers from Ottawa. However, he was only there 13 days when Hellberg was lost on waivers to Detroit.

On New Year’s Eve, Hellberg got the starting nod for the Red Wings against the visiting Senators and was the winning netminder, again by a 4-2 count.

A goalie hadn’t won a game for a team and against that team in the same NHL season since 2020-21. That season, Devan Dubnyk won three games for the San Jose Sharks. After a trade to the Colorado Avalanche, on May 1, 2021, Dubnyk was backstopping the Avalanche to a 4-3 victory over San Jose. Oddly enough, it would be the final regular-season game of Dubnyk’s NHL career.

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Red Wings Next Game

The Red Wings are playing host to the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday (7 p.m. ET). They’re 1-1 against the Devils this season, winning at New Jersey and losing at LCA.

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Ken Youmg

Only a fool, or a tanker, would send down one of the 3 kids.

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