VIDEO: Red Wings raise level of play come playoffs

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The Hockey News

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The Detroit Red Wings played at a high level for most of the regular season finishing third overall with 112 points and winning the Central Division, but in their first round sweep of the Blue Jackets they found a way to raise their game to another level.

Ryan Kennedy explores the Wings uncanny ability to elevate their play when the games matter most.

REPORTER: Ryan Kennedy / PRODUCER: Ted Cooper



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