What’s the most energy-efficient team in the NHL?

It’s an easy question to answer and one we’ve asked for years.

The answer, according to research from Statista, is Detroit Red Wings.

The Red Wings are a force to be reckoned with.

In terms of energy consumption, they rank No. 1 in the league, and are tied for the most efficient team in terms of power output.

In total, Detroit has an average of 7.5 power-generating units per 60 minutes on the ice, according a report from NHL.com.

The power numbers don’t lie.

Detroit ranks second in total power output, but second in terms and percentage.

While the Red Wings have a lot of offensive players like Pavel Datsyuk, Henrik Zetterberg, and Danny DeKeyser, the team also has some defensive players like Andreas Athanasiou, Niklas Kronwall, and Andreas Athansiou.

It should come as no surprise then that the team ranks in the top three in power-efficiency.

So how do the Red Wing’s energy numbers compare to other teams?

They do.

They’re among the top two in power output for the NHL’s power teams, with a combined 1.07 power-generated per 60-minutes.

In addition, they’re third in power usage per 60, at 0.968.

When it comes to total power, Detroit is second in the League in total energy consumption with 1.17 kWh per game.

This ranks the Red Stars in fifth in terms, percentage, and energy efficiency.

The Power Rankings Are Ranked For the first time ever, the top teams are listed in a Power Rankings column.

These rankings look at the energy consumption of each team in comparison to the league average.

The league average is 0.91 kWh per minute.

The top five power-efficient teams are the Red Bulls, Blue Jackets, Red Bulls II, and Blue Jackets II.

The Blue Jackets are second overall in terms energy efficiency, while the Red Bull is fourth overall in the category.

Detroit is fifth overall in total and power consumption.

It’s interesting to note that the Red Sox are fifth overall with 0.85 kWh per 60 and the Blue Jays are fifth in total.

It makes sense that the Blue and White are tied at the top for total energy usage, which is a good sign.

In the last Power Rankings, the Red Jackets and Red Bulls were ranked ahead of the Blue Jackets.

This time around, they’ll join the Red Wolves and Blue Jays in being ranked ahead.

The average total energy consumed per game for the Red and Blue Lines is 0,856 kWh per 90 minutes.

This would be the second highest average total for any team in NHL history behind the 2007-08 Red Wings, who averaged 0,749 kWh per 80 minutes.

The total energy used by the Red, Blue, and White is also the highest of any NHL team.

For the season, Detroit ranks eighth overall in energy efficiency and second overall for power consumption per 60.

That’s a pretty impressive feat considering the fact that the average team has 1,622 kWh in total consumption.

The stats are a bit more impressive for the Blue Line.

The Detroit Red Wing averages 0.99 kWh per minutes in total usage, but ranks seventh in power consumption and energy consumption per minute, per hockey-reference.com, according the same report.

For a team that is in the midst of a rebuild, this is impressive.

The team also ranks second overall among the power-usage categories, which are power output and total energy use.

The best part about this is that the Power Rankings are updated every day.

The next Power Rankings will be published on January 5th, the day before the new year.