The winter of 3-2 continues for the Detroit Red Wings, and it is truly a winter of discontent for them.
Detroit coach Jeff Blashill likes to describe NHL games as a race to three, and lately, his team is consistently losing that race. As they prepare for Saturday’s home date against the Carolina Hurricanes, the Wings have lost a trio of consecutive games by a final score of 3-2, and two of them were absolute heartbreakers.
Making matters worse, right-winger Anthony Mantha, Detroit’s goal-scoring leader with 20, suffered a fractured cheekbone when hit in the face with a clearing attempt by the Sabres in Thursday’s loss.
Brady, 40, has said he’d like to continue playing until he’s 45. The Patriots will need to make a decision about Brady’s future with the team sometime before the end of the 2019 season. But right now, Brady’s under contract, and any type of holdout this offseason seems like a long shot.
There were only two possible outcomes for the actual game, but if you’ve got a Super Bowl squares pool, there are 98 more. The squares game is a chance-based exercise in adding a little extra agency to the biggest game of the year. All you need is a grid, a little money, and a bunch of friends who have no problem losing that aforementioned little bit of cash.
You can find the entire explainer here, but the basic gist is that winners crop up every quarter based on the score. The final score of 41-33 in favor of the Eagles, for example, would pay out the lucky soul who had the square where the Philadelphia “1” intersects with the New England “3.” If your game has payouts for every quarter, we have the full results below.
The 29-year-old Cole had three goals and 10 assists in 47 games for Pittsburgh this season. He has played eight seasons with St. Louis Pittsburgh, helping the Penguins win the last two Stanley Cup titles.