from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News,
...after a poor performance Tuesday, the Wings played a stronger game all the way around, especially on the defensive end.
"We had a couple massive breakdowns in the first (period), but other than that, we played pretty good defensively," coach Jeff Blashill said. "We were above them way better, especially in the neutral zone. We played better overall."
The disappointing aspect of it all for the Wings was, and is, the fact some of these better efforts have come after ugly losses.
"I wish it didn't have to be after a bad effort that we would come back and play well," forward Luke Glendening said. "We've spoken about it before, but I don't want to be talking about moral victories. We still lost the game, and that part isn't what we want.
"But we worked hard and did more things right."
Below watch a few videos that did not mske the cut last night. We have Glendening and Blashill individual and longer videos than last night plus Mickey Redmond.