DETROIT — The Wings will look to win their 14th consecutive game at home, which would tie the franchise record set in 1964-65.
“I didn’t know the history of it,” Drew Miller said. “It’s pretty impressive. Last year we had trouble at home and were a little better on the road. We flip flopped that this year. It’s good for our fans. They’re behind us. The fans bring us energy and little more life to our lineup.”
In the 13-game streak, Detroit has outscored teams 59-19. The Wings are also 11-of-51 on the power play and have killed off 36-of-44 penalties.