Red Wings Prevail in Alfie’s Return
OTTAWA – It was a beautifully scripted night for Daniel Alfredsson.
In his first game in Ottawa after signing with Detroit, the Red Wings won 4-2, and it was Alfredsson who scored the empty-net insurance marker. Prior to the game, the Ottawa Senators organization paid tribute to his 17 years of service in Ottawa, on and off the ice. Fans cheered in a three-minute ovation for the former captain before puck drop.
“He got the respect that he deserves,” said Senators captain Jason Spezza. “The fans were great supporting us the rest of the game. It would’ve been nice for us to tie it up.”
For head coach Paul McLean, it was just another game, and he didn’t embellish following the loss.
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