The Red Wings will make no lineup changes for Saturday night's Game 5 in Tampa despite losing Game 4 in dramatic fashion.
Gustav Nyquist broke a 12-game playoff scoring drought with his marker in Game 4 against the Lightning Thursday night.
Pavel Datsyuk will be looking to rebound defensively from a poor third period in Game 4 when the Red Wings face off against the Lightning in Game 5 Saturday night in Tampa.
It should come as no surprise that Petr Mrazek will get the start in Game 5 Saturday evening against the Lightning in Tampa.
Luke Glendening (hand) is good to play in Game 5 on Saturday.
Teemu Pulkkinen has been reassigned by the Detroit Red Wings.
Joe Hicketts has been assigned to Grand Rapids of the AHL.
Joakim Andersson was credited with Detroit's second goal in Thursday's 3-2 overtime loss to Tampa Bay.
Luke Glendening exited Game 4 with a cut hand midway through the third period.
Petr Mrazek allowed three goals in the final 7:51 of Thursday night's Game 4 as the Wings blew a two-goal lead and lost 3-2 in overtime to Tampa Bay.
Gustav Nyquist scored his first goal of the playoffs in Thursday night's Game 4 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Coach Mike Babcock is not expected to make any line up changes for Game Four on Thursday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Petr Mrazek will get the start on Thursday night for Game Four against Tampa Bay.
Stephen Weiss is expected to be a healthy scratch again on Thursday.
Jonathan Ericsson contributed a pair of assists in Game 3 against Tampa Bay.