NHL Playoffs: Underdog Red Wings Have Not Done Anything Yet


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At the beginning of the second round of the NHL playoffs, the Detroit Red Wings were seen as a massive underdog against the President's Trophy winning Chicago Blackhawks. So far, the Blackhawks took game one in the series, looking like the dominant regular season team. Then, the Red Wings pushed back winning the next two games. 

The Blackhawks suffered consecutive losses for the first time in two months. Star players, Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, have lost their confidence and are frustrated. The odds have shifted. Bets at local bookies and Intertopscasino.com have changed.

The pressure is on the Blackhawks to bounce back in game four on Thursday. The Red Wings are taking nothing for granted. According to coach Mike Babcock, “We haven’t done anything yet”.

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