Red Wings players Tomas Tatar, Henrik Zetterberg and Jimmy Howard, and coach Jeff Blashill answer questions after the team's 3-2 win in Vancouver, Monday, Nov. 6, 2017 at Rogers Arena.
It has only been 16 games but the Wings showed something Monday night at Rogers Arena that hints of a competitive season.
They built a 2-0 lead only to have it evened in the third period by the Vancouver Canucks, but the Wings went right back to what has been working for them: Getting pucks deep and playing in the offensive zone.
“We are feeling a little better the way we are starting games now, but we are also keeping it a lot simpler from our own end all the way to their net,” captain Henrik Zetterberg said.
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