The Boston Bruins are facing a different Detroit Red Wings team on Saturday night. Detroit might actually be … good again?
Entering Friday, the Wings sat right behind the B’s in the Atlantic Division at 5-2-1. They’re off to an incredible offensive start with 35 goals, a ridiculous 4.4 per game. But they’ve also allowed 24 goals on the season, so their games have certainly been adventurous.
So, the Bruins can expect a great challenge from the Red Wings’ offense. They may be able to win this thing on the strength of their superior goaltending, but at least two Red Wings are sure to be a handful for everyone on the ice.
Here are four players to watch among the Bruins and Red Wings on Saturday at TD Garden…