If you go to NHL.com's stats page, you'll see a common theme.
NHL offensive point leader: Henrik Zetteberg (24)
NHL goal leader: Henrik Zetterberg (12)
NHL assist leader: Pavel Datsyuk (14)
NHL goaltender wins leader: Chris Osgood (7)
Power Play Goals: Henrik Zetterberg / 3rd place / 5 goals
Total Shots on Goal: Henrik Zetterberg / 1st place / 76 shots
Total Ice Time Per Game: Nicklas Lidstrom / 3rd place / 28:17 minutes
+/- Rating: Nicklas Lidstrom / 3rd place / +11
Brian Rafalski and Nicklas Lidstrom (along with Brian Campbell of Buffalo) lead all defensemen with 12 points thus far into the season. Rafalski leads NHL defensemen with 11 assists.
Goals Against Average: Chris Osgood / 3rd place / 1.43 GAA
PIM by Goalies: Dominik Hasek / 1st place / 4 PIM (can't say I'm too surprised about this one)
It's nice to see our players doing well statistically speaking on an individual basis as well as the team playing successfully of late.
Through their first 14 games, the Red Wings are tops in shots at 33.6 per game, and also No. 1 in preventing the opposition from shooting, allowing an average of just 22.4 per contest. Their differential of 11.2 shots per game is by far the best in the NHL -- and would be the best of the 21st century by quite a bit. Since 2000, the top differentials are Detroit's 7.5 per game in 2005-06 and the Wings' 7.2-shot margin last season.