Red Wings have another shot at record-setting Bruins

The Boston Bruins made history on Saturday with a hard-fought home victory against Detroit on Saturday afternoon. The Bruins will look for back-to-back victories over the Red Wings when they visit Detroit on Sunday.The Bruins became the fastest team in NHL history to reach 50 wins with their 3-2 victory. Boston got to the half-century mark in 64 games. The previous record of 66 games was shared by the 1995-96 Red Wings and 2018-19 Tampa Bay Lightning.Garnet Hathaway scored on a rebound at 13:54 of the third period as Boston rallied from a two-goal deficit.”Fifty wins is great. And it’s kind of a testament to how hard this team has continued to work throughout the year,” Hathaway said. “But I think guys want 51, you know? Guys are excited to play this team tomorrow already.”Detroit, which has lost seven of its last eight games, scored twice in the first five minutes on Andrew Copp’s shorthanded goal and Alex Chiasson’s power play tally.The Bruins tied it on second-period goals by Hampus Lindholm and Patrice Bergeron.Boston had the first 12 shots on goal in the period.”[Detroit] pushed hard in the beginning of the game, and I thought in the second period, we played our best hockey,” Bruins forward A.J. Greer said. “Bruins hockey; it was just relentless and offensive driven, connected.”Boston lost at home to Edmonton 3-2 on Thursday night. The Bruins avoided back-to-back home losses for the first time this season.