from Ansar Khan of Mlive,
If Oddsmakers are correct, 2021-22 will be the Detroit Red Wings’ best season in five years.
Of course, it wouldn’t take a tremendous leap to achieve that. And they still are not projected to finish .500 or come close to qualifying for the playoffs.
But it would be another step in this lengthy rebuilding process.
The Red Wings, after improving from a paltry .275 points percentage in 2019-20 to .429 last season, believe they upgraded in all areas following an offseason that included the additions of forwards Pius Suter and Mitchell Stephens, defensemen Nick Leddy and Jordan Oesterle, and goaltender Alex Nedeljkovic.