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Fans filed into the Gordie Howe Entrance of Joe Louis Arena for Game 3.
A few Bruins fans were surrounded by a sea of Red Wings gear.
A lone person walked across the ice while the lighting technicians did a late-afternoon test of the pregame show effects.
As technicians tested more lighting effects, one person watched from the stands.
A giant squid comes down from the scoreboard as part of the pregame light show.
Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask was almost hit by a squid tossed from the stands during the national anthem.
Bruin Brad Marchand was upended by the Red Wings’ Niklas Kronwall on a first period breakaway attempt.
Boston’s Dougie Hamilton grinned after he scored in the first period.
Boston’s Jordan Caron beat Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard in the first period to put Boston ahead 2-0.
Bruin Jordan Caron celebrated after his goal.
Caron hit the ice as he tangles with Detroit's Justin Abdelkader in the first period.
The Bruins Brad Marchand howled in pain after being upended in the second period. He was helped off the ice, and soon returned to action.
Bruin Kevan Miller sailed in front of his goalie Tuukka Rask as the Red Wings Gustav Nyquist looked on in the third period.
The Bruins Reilly Smith battled with his brother, Brendan Smith of the Red Wings, third period action.
The Red Wings’ Riley Sheahan leapt to try and screen Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask in the third period, but the Boston netminder stopped the shot, as he did every one he faced during the game.
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