The Detroit Red Wings are set to take on the Colorado Avalanche at 7:30 p.m. eastern on Tuesday. They're looking to start a winning streak following the snapping of a six-game losing skid against the Ducks on Saturday. We've got Detroit's lineups for you for the game, and there's a couple things of note. Fabian Brunnstrom will play his second-straight game since being brought back up from Grand Rapids, where he was assigned earlier in the year in favor of Gustav Nyquist while the Red Wings looked for offensive output. Brunnstrom played well in the 5-0 shutout of the Ducks on Sunday, so he'll get another chance on Tuesday.
Todd Bertuzzi won't be playing against the Avalanche with an illness, and Patrick Eaves is scratches as well. Jakub Kindl is back in for Mike Commodore, who recently returned from an injury and played the last two games. Beyond that, the lines are as you expect, courtesy of Ansar Khan.
Danny Cleary - Pavel Datsyuk - Tomas Holmstrom
Valtteri Filppula - Henrik Zetterberg - Johan Franzen
Jiri Hudler - Darren Helm - Justin Abdelkader
Drew Miller - Cory Emmerton - Fabian Brunnstrom
Nicklas Lidstrom - Ian White
Niklas Kronwall - Brad Stuart
Jonathan Ericsson - Jakub Kindl