Detroit Red Wings: 5 Moves to Bring the Cup Back to Detroit

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Detroit Red Wings: 5 Moves to Bring the Cup Back to Detroit

As another season ends in disappointment, it is evident that the Detroit Red Wings need to make some serious changes.

The 2011-2012 season will forever be a season of what-ifs.  

The Red Wings ended the month of February as the No. 1 team in the NHL

It was only two months ago that the Red Wings were a very good 41-17-2. They were on pace for about 55 wins, a No. 1 seed and another President's trophy. A third finals appearance in five years looked imminent.

But when the injuries poured on, the Wings drastically fell to the fifth seed in the West ending the season, and could never regain momentum. They ended the season with a dreadful 6-11-4 record and an early exit in the playoffs. Now many question if this roster is even capable of winning a Stanley Cup. Here are 5 moves that will make it possible.

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