Red Wings’ Riley Sheahan tees off on one-timer, scores game-winning goal late in first period

By Jared Clinton

Another year, another set of playoff heroes for the Detroit Red Wings. Late in the first period of Game 5, with the Red Wings and Tampa Bay Lightning tied 0-0, 23-year-old Riley Sheahan put everything he had behind a one-timer to give Detroit a 1-0 lead heading into intermission. Sheahan's huge blast stood as the game-winning goal as Detroit skated to a 4-0 victory. More

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