DETROIT--While their beloved Red Wings look to finish off the professional hockey season by claiming Lord Stanleys cup, some of Detroits best sailors turned their attention toward pursuits more suited for a balmy, late spring day in the Midwest. The 2002 Detroit Sailing World NOOD Regatta brought 214 boats and over 1,000 sailors to the Bayview YC for three days of racing on Lake St. Clair. The relatively small, and shallow, lake that helps connect Lakes Erie and Huron is known for the capricious nature of its winds, but today couldnt have been any better. The tempartures hovered in the 70s, and the occasional cloud offered some needed shade, and relief, for skin not used to the rigors of a summer day on the water. And then there was the wind.