Detroit Red Wings: 10 Things We’ve Learned After 10 Wins On The Season

November 12th, 2010 by Matt Hutter Leave a reply »
In what has become the ultra-competitive Central Division, the race to the top, for each team who's been there, has been anything but easy, and their hold on the No. 1 position, anything but safe.

We've already seen a three-way tie for the division lead this season so far, and often, the difference between first and last place has been a matter of just two or three points.

Still, for all the parity that we see in the central division there is one team that has emerged as the first to reach double-digits in the win column.

The Detroit Red Wings currently lead the Central Division with a 10-3-1 record.

Though they are tied in points with the St. Louis Blues (21), it is their additional win that has put them in sole possession of first least for now.

Given this achievement, now seems as good a time as any to look back over the first few weeks of the season and see what we've learned about the Detroit Red Wings over their first 14 games.

Most of what we've seen is good.  Hell, most of what we've seen is great.  Some things need to get better, others need to stay just as they are.

Good, gre ...

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