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DETROIT — The losses have been few for the Bruins of late — few on the road, few at home, and none in regulation. They were bound to come eventually in the days leading up to the postseason as regulars are rested for a playoff run.
The first came Wednesday, a 3-2 at Joe Louis Arena, to a Red Wings team more desperate for the two points than the Bruins. It was Boston’s first road loss in regulation since Jan. 9 in Los Angeles, and the first regulation loss overall since March 1 against Washington.