In case you've been living under the biggest rock known to the hockey world for the last month or so, The Detroit Red Wings are a very good team when it comes to performing at home.
Their record-setting 23 consecutive wins at Joe Louis Arena brought their overall record at home for the 2011-2012 NHL season to currently 27-4-2.
That record of 27 wins in 33 games means that Detroit wins roughly 82 percent of their games at home.
For that reason, it's very probable that Detroit will be successful at home in the playoffs. In order to make that claim, the reasons why Detroit is so good at home must be found first.
With that, let's look at three reasons why the Red Wings are unbeatable at home in the 2011-2012 NHL Playoffs.