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NHL: Boston Bruins at Detroit Red Wings
Frank Vatrano takes a bow
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The Bruins will never lose to the Red Wings at the Joe again. Ever. I promise.

  • The good news? Frank Vatrano made the most of his promotion to the top line, and the Bruins chased the Wings’ starting goalie. The Boston Globe
  • And hey, despite going AWOL in the goals category, David Pastrnak is contributing a pile of assists. USA Today
  • A strong first period was completely wasted, and hoping for a break on an official’s call (or two) was no way to plan to win after gift wrapped gaffes allowed the Red Wings back into the game. The Boston Globe
  • Games like last night’s on top of the prior Islanders loss leave Claude Julien ONCE AGAIN twisting in the wind... WEEI
  • ...but is this fair? Not so fast! Travis Yost thinks the Bruins should bide their time. TSN
  • Hot potato! Think quick, Don Sweeney and Cam Neely, Charlie Jacobs says any decision on coaching is up to you. CBS Boston

Elsewhere around the rink:

  • In light of poor Claude Julien’s present situation, review these remarkable instances in which NHL coaches got the sack. Sportsnet
  • Thirty Thoughts closes with an observation that a moment of applause and celebration seems appropriate at the passing of a sports legend. Sportsnet
  • Heres a team-by-team shopping list as trade deadline approaches. TSN
  • Cheer up! Maybe If Claude Julien is fired, he can come up with a dressing room speech like this one from Jack Capuano... NO, REALLY! Lighthouse Hockey