Red Wings announce interesting lineup decision

There's been plenty of talk of player decisions of late.



The Detroit Red Wings are looking to continue their winning ways this evening at Little Caesars Arena when they bring in the Original 6 rival New York Rangers, whom they've already beaten in the Big Apple but suffered an embarrassing setback against this past November. 

And ahead of tonight's game, head coach Derek Lalonde announced a lineup decision that is sure to have people talking. While it appeared as though forward Jakub Vrana had been sent back down to the American Hockey League affiliate Grand Rapids Griffins, he will in fact be suiting up tonight against the Rangers. Additionally, forward Filip Zadina will be back in the lineup after having been sat earlier this week against the Washington Capitals.

And because there must be an odd man out to facilitate both Vrana and Zadina playing tonight, Lalonde announced that it will be rookie forward Jonatan Berggren who will be sitting: 

Berggren has appeared in 43 games this season for the Red Wings since being brought up from the Griffins in November; he's tallied 11 goals with 10 assists. 

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