Detroit Red Wings finish trip in dominating fashion, beat Columbus Blue Jackets 6-1

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Columbus, Ohio – The road trip didn’t turn out great for the Red Wings, but it’s fair to say it was good.

The Red Wings ended the four-game trip Saturday with a convincing 6-1 victory over the injury-decimated Columbus Blue Jackets.

“Great” would have likely constituted six, or so, points out of a possible eight. The Wings earned five points, with a 2-1-1 trip, defeating San Jose (Thursday) and Columbus to conclude the trip.

Detroit Red Wings players celebrate their goal against the Columbus Blue Jackets during the first period.

Considering that they opened with a loss in Los Angeles and overtime loss in Anaheim, and having a four-game winless streak at the end of the Anaheim result, the Wings will gladly take this result.

Filip Hronek continued what is rapidly becoming a legitimate turnaround season with two goals Saturday, both in the second period, helping the Wings break a 1-1 tie.

Columbus tied the score just 43 seconds into the second period on Emil Bemstrom’s goal. But Hronek put the Wings in front to stay as Columbus defenseman Marcus Bjork made an ill-advised pass into the slot, where Hronek blasted a shot past goaltender Joonas Korpisalo at 6 minutes, 35 seconds.

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