The Red Wings set some history Saturday, but not the kind they want to be a part of.
Their 6-0 loss was the first time since 1958 that they've gone scoreless in a season opener. And it was the first time since 1993 that they've given up that many goals on Day 1. "They were better, all the way down through the lineup, they were better," Jimmy Howard said after allowing five goals on 28 shots. "We knew there was probably going to be a little bit of rust coming out there," Howard said, "but I don't think anybody expected it to be that bad."