The Detroit Red Wings continue to puzzle their fans with the direction in which the team seems to be going.
Detroit's 2-1 loss to St. Louis is further evidence of that, as the Red Wings played their most uncharacteristic, disorganized hockey game so far this season.
Detroit put up just 22 shots on goal tonight—a far cry from the almost 37 shots per game that the Red Wings averaged before tonight's contest. Detroit also gave up 37 shots on goal, which was 11 more shots than they were giving up to opponents on average.
All in all, Detroit played a disorganized, unmotivated game.
Going forward, the Red Wings need to change five things in a hurry. Read on to find out what those five things are.