DETROIT — On the Wings’ power play.
“I actually thought a couple of our power plays were really good, but we weren’t scoring on it so I changed it up, divided the group up and that was the worst power play of the night for sure so that wasn’t a very good move on my part,” Babcock admitted after the Wings’ 5-3 win over the St. Louis Blues Friday night. “YThe bottom line is you want to score every time on the power play and you’re not going to every time. We just have to continue to evolve our power play. I thought the guys shot the puck so that’s good. We had trouble with entries.”