Wings and Pistons Win

By: News 10 Sports
By: News 10 Sports

When the Pittsburgh Penguins and their superstar Sidney Crosby look at Chris Osgood, they might just see a brick wall. That's pretty much what the goalie has been through two games, shutting out the Penguins high-octane attack twice in the Stanley Cup Finals. Tomas Holmstrom had a goal as the Red Wings took a commanding 2-0 series lead with a 3-0 win in Detroit. That series now shifts to Pittsburgh.

The Celtics first road win in game 3 quickly became a distant memory as the Pistons got out to a quick lead en route to a 94-75 win in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Antonio McDyess was hot early and scored 21 points to fuel a Pistons effort that never saw them trail. The series now goes back to Boston.

Both the Wings and Pistons will play at virtually the same time for the third straight game Wednesday. Hockey starts at 8, basketball starts at 8:30.


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