Pittsburgh's got the two best players in the world up front. As long as they're both healthy they can cope with most injuries. I wouldn't say they have as many quality players out of the lineup as we have either. But sure, it's impressive that they're not struggling at all with so many d-men out.
Tampa's not doing much better than us. They're 5-3-2 and we're 4-4-2. Once again, other than Stamkos and Hedman they're not missing as many valuable pieces as we are.
Boston? Eriksson and Iginla are good players but that's like us being without Franzen and Alfie, which we would easily survive. Other than that they're not terribly hit.
Columbus? I'm not really aware what injuries they have, but they're 13th in the conference so maybe in their case injuries offer a shakeup to improve their play? Anyway, again, they're not exactly dominating with their 5-4-1 record.
For s***zburgh, Malkin hasn't been playing much and has been dinged all year, yet they are probably the best team in the conference along with all of their d-men being hurt.
Tampa isn't doing better than the Wings, but when they were at full strength, they were playing better than the Wings did.
Boston has several role players out along with losing Horton to columbus and with Thornton being a moron, they're even shorter.
Columbu is missing its Vezina winner, Gaborik hasn't played in over a month, Horton hasn't played this season, Wisniewski hasn't played in a week and now Prout is out. Yet they've crept back into the playoff hunt.
Detroit isn't the only team with injuries. It's an excuse to complain about something everyone else has to deal with. The issue is Detroit's depth isn't very good or hasn't really played at the NHL level and is therefore inexperienced. That's entirely on the GM.
And here: http://www.cbssports.com/nhl/injuries