"You have to think positive and believe in yourself and tell yourselves you are good players. You know, because we are good players. We just got to go out and score some goals." -- Henrik Zetterberg
-- In case anybody is subscribing to the theory that opposing defenses and goaltending are the biggest problems for the
’ sputtering offense, allow Ken Holland to crumple that notion up and chuck it into the nearest trash can for you.
Detroit's general manager is willing to give credit where it's due for his team's meager six-goal output during its current six-game winless skid (0-5-1), but only to a certain extent. When presented with a version of the "good goalies" theory after Thursday's 4-1 loss to Calgary at Joe Louis Arena, Holland quickly shot it down.