The Detroit Red Wings knew that they could do more than earn two points against the Buffalo Sabres on Monday night, but their 5-0 win over the Sabres involved trying to set up good work habits for a back-to-back slate which continues tomorrow in Dallas (8:30 PM EST, FSD) as much as it did with setting each other up for goal after goal against a defenseless Ryan Miller (with the emphasis on no defense in front of him).

Was there a blemish on the win? Sure. One. When the Red Wings did make history and win their 15th straight at home, they officially entered the record books in front of maybe half a rink’s full of spectators for whom traffic mattered more than being there for the actual, “Being part of history” part of the game.
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