Breaking Down Detroit Red Wings' Biggest Needs in 2014 Draft

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Breaking Down Detroit Red Wings' Biggest Needs in 2014 Draft
Carlos Osorio/Associated Press

The Detroit Red Wings will have the franchise's highest selection at the 2014 NHL Draft since they drafted Martin Lapointe at 10th overall in 1991.

Whether the team keeps that pick is up for debate, but what isn't up for debate are the needs that the Red Wings must to attempt to fill through this draft.

Here are the Detroit Red Wings' biggest needs at the 2014 NHL Draft.

"Biggest needs" in this case, defines needs that the team currently has that have become a prevalent reason as to why the team has not gone farther in the playoffs over the past five seasons. These needs can also be a reason why the team will succeed in the future if they are filled.

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