The Red Wings will be without their regular-season leading scorer for Tuesday night’s Game 3 against the Boston Bruins.
The Bruins need to keep applying their physical play on the Red Wings, and putting pucks on netminder Jimmy Howard.
After the first two games of the Bruins-Red Wings series what has surprised you the most? Felger & Mazz weigh in…
The Boston Bruins hit the ice Monday before leaving for Detroit.
The Red Wings may be able to match the Bruins’ skill, but they have no chance of winning a street fight against the Bruins.
The Boston Bruins’ rink is 200 feet long by 85 feet wide, just like all the others in the NHL. So much ice. But in the playoff opener with the Detroit Red Wings, so little room to skate.
Pavel Datsyuk’s wizardry, Milan Lucic’s foolish move and much, much more in the Leftover Bruins Thoughts.
In order to wear down the Red Wings and try to make the visitors play without the puck, the Bruins needed to ride their bigger-name, bigger-impact defensemen a little harder. They didn’t.
Claude Julien is ready for a long series against Detroit, and the rest of the hockey world should buckle up and prepare, too.
Finally, it’s playoff time! Follow along here as the Bruins host the Red Wings in Game 1.