Apr 20, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; A pair of break up a scuffle between Detroit Red Wings left wing Tomas Tatar (21) and Boston Bruins left wing Brad Marchand (63) during the first period in game two of the first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs at TD Banknorth Garden. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

Detroit Red Wings Weekend Update

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Red Wings’ Brendan Smith doesn’t back down against Bruins’ Zdeno Chara – The Detroit News

It is nice to see Detroit not back down from a challenge, but Detroit took the bait and played the way Boston wanted them to play, which is a no-no.

NBC analyst: Milan Lucic’s goal a ‘back-breaker’ for Red Wings, who were grabbing momentum – Mlive

The Detroit Red Wings were back in the game, but Jimmy Howard received no help from his defensemen all day and it showed on the scoreboard.

Red Wings’ enemy No. 1 … Milan Lucic – Red Wings Front

A dirty player, who seems to never get whats coming to him from the league.

Detroit Red Wings’ Danny DeKeyser, Bruins’ Milan Lucic sound off over spear that cost Lucic $5,000 – Detroit Free Press

Danny DeKeyser took the high road and Milan Lucic only had excuses.

Red Wings’ Jimmy Howard owns up to ‘bad break’ giveaway goal – Detroit Free Press

Howard made the right play on the puck, but an unfortunate bounce led to a terrible result for Detroit.

Red Wings lose the battle on special teams – The Detroit News

The Detroit Red Wings were zero for four on the power play yesterday, while Boston went two for four and it made a huge impact on the game.

Red Wings OK after Game 2 loss, just need to find some offense – Mlive

The Detroit Red Wings needed a split in Boston and it is exactly what they were able to do, but they have to score more than one goal a game to win the series.

NHL stars praise Datsyuk’s goal on Twitter – Detroit Red Wings

Even NHLers are awestruck by Pavel Datsyuk.

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