In the immortal words of LL Cool J, "Don't call it a comeback, I've been here for years." Despite the fact that the Detroit Red Wings that began the 2009-10 season looked shockingly different than the team that made back-to-back trips to the Stanley Cup Finals the past two seasons, there was no denying that team was always there. True, they saw a lot of goals skate away in the summer.á And yes, they've played a ridiculous amount of hockey the past two seasons. But a reduction in offensive potential and lingering fatigue, obstacles though they are, are proving less daunting for a team that is starting to realize winning was always up to them. Don't call it a comeback. The past three games (wins over Calgary, Boston and San Jose), have demonstrated that the team who virtually patented the " ...
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