Scott Zolak (like many Bruins fans Wednesday morning) is feeling very confident after the B’s dominated the Red Wings in Game 3 and took a 2-1 series lead.
The Red Wings trail the Bruins 2-1 in their first-round playoff series, but the Wings could be closer to welcoming back their captain than they initially believed.
A run-through of everything you might have missed — and some things you need to see again — from the Bruins’ 3-0 win over Detroit.
Haggs joined T&R Wednesday to analyze the Bruins-Red Wings Game 3 from last night, including the embellishment of Brad Marchand and the invisibility of the Bruins’ first line so far in the series.
Adam Jones spoke with Dave Goucher and Bob Beers following the Bruins’ 3-0 shutout victory over the Red Wings Tuesday night.
Jordan Caron’s first period goal in Game 3 was the result of a blue collar effort, and his work ethic is something that hasn’t been lost on by his coach or teammates, Matt Kalman writes.
Brad Marchand was called out on the Internet for faking an injury in Game 3. His response was classic.
The efforts of Tuukka Rask in the 3-0 Bruins victory should not go unnoticed.
Goals from Dougie Hamilton, Jordan Caron and Patrice Bergeron led to a 3-0 Boston victory in Game 3 in Detroit.
The Bruins-Red Wings series shifts to Detroit for Game 3. Follow along with the live blog.