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Detroit Red Wings Mid-Season Review Part 1: Grades

Detroit Red Wings Mid-Season Review Part 1: Grades

The Detroit Red Wings are now 28 games into the season, just a little past the halfway point in this season’s shortened but condensed schedule.  Per usual, the Wings have been saddled with injuries, and every single player with the exception of none, have had to step up their game twofold.  Coach Mike Babcock’s line shuffling has occurred more frequently than backups on all the major freeways leading to Joe Louis Arena.  Some fans stand by their belief that Detroit has no chance this season to even make the playoffs, let alone have a deep playoff run.

Later in this multi-part article (Part 2 tomorrow), you will find my detailed analysis of Detroit’s contract situations and possible trading scenarios.  For now, here are my grades

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Kevin Sporka

Kevin Sporka

Kevin Sporka is the Senior Media Analyst and Detroit Red Wings beat writer at HOHM. He is also the author of the Fantasy Hockey Fridays, Milestone Monday, and Legends By the Number segments.
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