Stalberg's speed would be more noticeable against the Wings, but his mistakes would be more glaring and more costly as well. It's a double-edged sword with Stalberg. You hope the good outweighs the bad, but the bad's still there and it can rear it's ugly head at the worst moments.
I'm not trying to say he's terrible or anything, but of all Chicago's top-9 forwards, can you think of one that turns the puck over - or makes as many bad decisions with the puck - as Stalberg? And when he's not scoring, that's all you really notice. Yes, he can still be effective on the forecheck. Yes, he's been more physical this year. But the poor decisions still need to be cut down on. Whether it's trying to do too much, or trying to carry the puck through 2-3 guys instead of chipping it in, or putting the puck in bad spots in the defensive zone.. Stalberg simply needs to be better and smarter, especially in a depth role, that Detroit will most certainly look to exploit.