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Topic - Mike Babcock
The Boston Bruins took full advantage of Detroit's mistakes, and their stellar goaltender's flawless performance.
The Detroit Red Wings have figured out what they need to do to beat the Boston Bruins.
The Boston Bruins won the Presidents' Trophy by leading the NHL with 117 points.
Without Jimmy Howard, Johan Franzen and Daniel Alfredsson, the Detroit Red Wings warmed up for the playoffs with a win.
Red Wings coach Mike Babcock will enjoy the win more than the milestone for now.
The Detroit Red Wings are desperate for wins as they try to get into the playoffs for the 23rd straight time.
The Detroit Red Wings surely liked what they saw of their new top line Friday night.
Johan Franzen has no explanation for his success in Ottawa, a place he certainly enjoys playing in.
There was something familiar about the way the checking of Mike Babcock's Detroit Red Wings smothered the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night.
Canada forward John Tavares will miss the rest of the Olympics with a leg injury, dealing a blow to the defending champions' depth.
When Sidney Crosby went through the entire preliminary round of the Olympic men's hockey tournament without scoring a goal, it set off waves of concern back home.
Sidney Crosby and Canada coach Mike Babcock slowly circled the Olympic rink before practice, two serious men enmeshed in a no-nonsense discussion about defensive zone coverage.
Goalie Carey Price will start Canada's Olympic opener against Norway on Thursday, and Roberto Luongo will start Friday against Austria.
Four years after his gold medal-winning overtime goal in Vancouver, Crosby is paying close attention to every detail during his second trip to the Olympics. After all, he is Canada's captain now, the public face of likely the most talented team in Sochi.
Canada's quest is to win Olympic gold in hockey again.
"They've responded since then and we've had no push back in the last two games," Babcock lamented.
"That goal can't go in," Detroit coach Mike Babcock said. "They were better than us all night, but we gave them two goals."