Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 2 Months

After a quiet first 57 minutes, Zetterberg went to work on the Penguins late in the third period Thursday with the Wings trailing 3-1, scoring a goal to spark the comeback and then assisting on the game-tying tally and overtime winner.

Game-changing skill is exactly what we expect out of Zetterberg, and he's been showing that off lately. Over his current four-game point streak, Zetterberg has racked up three goals and six assists. If he can stay healthy, he'll be one of the most productive skaters in the league.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 2 Months

Zetterberg scored the game's only goal in overtime to lift the Wings to victory over the Leafs on Saturday night.

It's actually his first goal of the season. He loves playing the Leafs and has been the difference maker in back-go-back wins over them the last two days. But at 34, his best days are probably behind him. Don't get us wrong -- he's a great play when healthy. But there are more and more risks associated with his game. Dynasty owners need to weigh their options while they still can and this two-game, five-point outburst will really help showcase his value.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 2 Months

Zetterberg dished out four assists in Friday's win over Toronto.

Zetterberg was magnificent in the win, also recording a plus-3 rating and a game-high five shots on goal. With five points through four games, Zetterberg is well on his way to another point-per-game season in Motor City.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 4 Months

Coach Mike Babcock relayed that Zetterberg (foot) said he was "feeling the best he has in years" this offseason, suggesting he'll be a full participant in training camp, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.

With both Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk missing 37 games apiece last season, the Red Wings were forced to get by with a patchwork forward ranks to so-so results. Now that both players are feeling healthy, the depth chart should enjoy more stability in 2014-15, but don't be surprised if Zetterberg notices a drop in ice time for maintenance purposes as he enters his age-34 season. Still, Zetterberg hasn't had many health issues prior to last season, and managed to supply 48 points over the 45 contests in which he suited up. There's plenty of value to be had in Zetterberg, even as he takes on a more deferential role to emerging wings Gustav Nyquist and Tomas Tatar in the years to come.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 5 Months

Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland says he has received positive health reports on several of his previously injured players, including star forward Henrik Zetterberg.

"The biggest thing is health," Holland said. "If we can get to training camp (Sept. 19) and get (Zetterberg and others) on the ice, we're optimistic we [have] the potential to be a decent hockey club." Zetterberg missed 37 regular-season games last season. He had in-season surgery on a herniated disk that later caused problems with his foot. The Wings' other star, Pavel Datsyuk, also missed 37 games with a left-knee injury and offseason surgery was considered. But Holland says Datsyuk also is progressing well.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 5 Months

Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland says he has received positive health reports on several players, including star forward Henrik Zetterberg.

"The biggest thing is health," Holland said. "If we can get to training camp (Sept. 19) and get (Zetterberg and others) on the ice, we're optimistic we [have] the potential to be a decent hockey club." Zetterberg missed 37 regular-season games last season. He had in-season surgery on a herniated disk that later caused problems with his foot. The Wings' other star, Pavel Datsyuk, also missed 37 games with a left-knee injury and offseason surgery was considered. But Holland says Datsyuk also is progressing well.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 8 Months

Henrik Zetterberg developed a foot issue from his surgery for a herniated disc.

"My back was fine but I had some weakness in my foot," he said. "It will come back." He'll use the summer to get himself back to full strength.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 8 Months

Henrik Zetterberg won't play for Sweden at the IIHF World Hockey Championships next week.

He said his back feels fine but he wants more time to rest and rehab it during the off-season. Zetterberg had surgery for a herniated disc in February and returned for Detroit's last two playoff games versus Boston.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 8 Months

Henrik Zetterberg is getting frustrated by Detroit's early playoff exits.

"We've been saying it now for three years - it looks good for the future, it looks good for the future, it looks good for the future," Zetterberg said after Detroit was defeated in the first round by Boston in five games. "Obviously we have good young guys in our system that really showed they can play. But we've seen that before, too. We kept the playoff streak going, but it's getting tiring to not go deeper." Zetterberg was itching to play more after returning from a back injury to play in the team's last two playoff contests. The Red Wings haven't advanced past the second round for the past five seasons.

Henrik Zetterberg LW DET 8 Months

Henrik Zetterberg recorded his first goal in Saturday afternoon's loss to Boston since Feb. 12 when he scored for Sweden in the Winter Olympics.

He came back from back surgery to make his playoff debut in Game 4, but made an impact on the scoresheet in Game 5 with a goal and an assist. However, it wasn't enough, as the Red Wings got eliminated from the postseason in five contests by the Bruins. Pavel Datsyuk also had a goal and a helper in Saturday's 4-2 loss.