2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Who's Hot and Cold for Detroit Red Wings

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2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Who's Hot and Cold for Detroit Red Wings
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The first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs has the Detroit Red Wings doing a lot of head scratching.

After a shutout loss in Game 3 of their Western Conference quarterfinal series against the Anaheim Ducks, the Red Wings need answers, and quickly.

The Red Wings came off of a Game 2 overtime win to steal home-ice advantage away from the Ducks. But as the Red Wings found out Saturday night, home-ice advantage doesn't mean much against the Ducks, as the Red Wings have now lost five of their last six home playoff games against the Ducks.

The Red Wings team as a whole has some bright spots, in terms of player performances, thus far in the playoffs, but there have definitely been some stinker performances, as well.

Here are three Red Wings who are hot and three Red Wings who are cold through the series.

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