The Detroit Red Wings are a team that has been a year-in, year-out Stanley Cup Contender for 20 years. This year is no different, as the Red Wings are just one point out of leading the tightly-packed Central division.
Detroit is almost a lock for the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, and they present one of the best offensive and defensive teams in the league.
Still, even the best teams always want to get better, and while the Red Wings' offense is fourth overall in the league, they may want to make some improvements.
The near $6 million in cap space that the Red Wings have is the most Ken Holland has every sat on during the salary cap era of the NHL, so Detroit has plenty of money to make moves.
Most notably there is speculation that he will go for a defenseman due to Nicklas Lidström's questionable return and Brad Stuart's imminent departure.
However, there's always room for more scoring, so with that said, here are 10 scoring forwards the Wings could be in pursuit of.