Sharks Vs. Red Wings: Detroit Keeps Winning, Extends Home Streak To 23 Games

The Red Wings set yet another record with their 23rd consecutive home win Sunday.

On "Hockey Day In America," the Detroit Red Wings, who have not lost at home since Nov. 3, continued to make Joe Louis Arena an impossible place to win with a 3-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks.

Detroit broke the single-season record last week with its 21st consecutive win at home Tuesday, then took control of the multi-season record with its 23rd win Sunday, breaking the previous record started by the 1929-30 Boston Bruins (who originally set the 20-game record) and finished by the 1930-31 Bruins. The Red Wings also broke another streak: their five-game regular season losing streak to the Sharks, who have eliminated them from the playoffs in each of the last two seasons.

The Red Wings head to the United Center to face the Chicago Blackhawks Tuesday before returning to Detroit Thursday against the Vancouver Canucks.

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