Quick Hits: The Beat Boston (Again) Edition
In Red Wings Land
Notes: Detroit has intense practice in Boston after rough Jersey loss | DetroitRedWings.com
But the odd fact is, despite the Wings’ 14-41-4 record and the Bruins’ 35-11-12 record, the Wings have won each of the last five match-ups in the series, their longest since a nine-game winning streak from Dec. 18, 1992 - Dec. 22, 1997.
Can the Red Wings make it six straight wins against the B’s?
I’m not going to hold my breath, but, man, is it fun to beat Boston.
Gustav Lindstrom participated in a Q&A on the Wings’ Twitter page yesterday.
.@Glindstroom signing off!— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) February 14, 2020
Thanks for all the questions. #LGRW pic.twitter.com/SIzMU1dveo
That’s some solid thumbs up form right there.
Around the League
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Would you want Bruce Boudreau as the next head coach of the Red Wings?