Subject: Red Wings' Zetterberg 5th in franchise goals; but
Content: Jeff Blashill stopped on his way to talk to reporters to shake Henrik Zetterberg’s hand. [url=][/url] Amid the descent toward the end of the 2017-18 season and a second straight playoffs miss, the Detroit Red Wings captain [url=][/url] created a positive memory from Monday’s 5-3 loss [url=][/url] to the Sharks at SAP Center when he scored in the third period. It was his 336th career goal, moving Zetterberg past Ted Lindsay for sole possession of fifth in franchise history in goals. Zetterberg also had an assist, giving him 950 career points, four shy from tying Sergei Fedorov for fifth in franchise [url=]Isiah Thomas Jersey[/url] history [url=][/url] “It’s a big goal, passing Ted,” Zetterberg said. “Ted means a lot [url=][/url] to me, so passing him and doing it in this barn, too, where I played my first NHL game is a little special.”  Gordie Howe is the clubhouse leader with 786 goals, Steve Yzerman second with 692, Alex Delvecchio has 456, and Fedorov, 400. “That’s pretty impressive by him,” Gustav Nyquist said. “Those are some [url=]Authentic Joe Dumars Jersey[/url] big, big, big names up there. [url=]Kyrie Irving Jersey[/url] He’s been so good for so long. We talk about it all the time but [url=][/url] it’s worth talking about because what he’s doing is pretty remarkable out there.” Zetterberg reached [url=]Reggie Jackson Jersey[/url] his milestones in his 1069th career game.    [url=][/url]<br />  [url=][/url]<br />  [url=][/url]<br />  [url=][/url]<br />  [url=][/url]<br />  [url=][/url]<br />  [url=][/url]<br />