DETROIT — After their 2-1 loss Saturday night to the Florida Panthers the Wings record at home this season dropped to 5-6-6.
“It’s terrible,” Daniel Cleary said.
Conversely, Detroit is 10-3-1 on the road.
“Not only does it feel like it, we are,” Cleary said when asked if they’re a different team on the road. “We play a lot more patient, simple game on the road.”
Since having their NHL record 23 game win streak on home ice snapped in 2012, the Wings have gone 27-22-12 combined in the regular season and playoffs at Joe Louis Arena.