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Pat Caputo: Suddenly, The Red Wings Find Themselves In A Difficult Situation

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DETROIT, MI - FEBRUARY 25:  Kyle Quincey #27 of the Detroit Red Wings battles with Daniel Winnik #34 of the Colorado Avalanche during their NHL game at Joe Louis Arena on February, 2012 in Detroit, Michigan.  (Photo by Dave Sandford/Getty Images)

DETROIT, MI – FEBRUARY 25: Kyle Quincey #27 of the Detroit Red Wings battles with Daniel Winnik #34 of the Colorado Avalanche during their NHL game at Joe Louis Arena on February, 2012 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Dave Sandford/Getty Images)

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Nicklas Lidstrom didn’t play at Columbus because of an injury. Pavel Datsyuk was already out because of knee surgery. The Red Wings have lost three games in a row and have dropped to the fourth-seed in the Western Conference for the playoffs – with Nashville just two points behind them. The trade deadline passed Monday and the Red Wings didn’t deal for a forward, which many had anticipated.

What’s happening here? The euphoria of the Red Wings’ NHL record 23-game home winning streak has vanished in just a few days.

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