from Ansar Khan of Mlive,
The Red Wings (10-9-2) are 9-2 in their past 11. The began a tough four-game stretch Wednesday with a 3-2 overtime victory over the Boston Bruins.
They visit reigning Stanley Cup champion Washington today (4 p.m., Fox Sports Detroit). The Capitals (11-7-3) have won three in a row.
Then they return home play the surprising Buffalo Sabres (14-6-2) on Saturday, a team riding a seven-game winning streak into today's game against Montreal. The Red Wings then host Columbus (12-7-2) on Monday.
"This is certainly a stretch you look at, you know that the records of the teams you're playing against are better for sure," Blashill said. "So, we got to keep finding ways to play our very best hockey. I still think we got lots better hockey in us, I really do.
"We're a game above .500, but it's relentless. So, we got to keep finding ways to get better."