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Todd Bertuzzi-led Red Wings top Bruins (again) 4-2

By AP

DETROIT – Todd Bertuzzi scored two goals for the second straight game, lifting the Detroit Red Wings to a 4-2 win over the Boston Bruins on Sunday.

Bertuzzi and Pavel Datsyuk had game-tying goals early in the game. Kris Draper had a go-ahead score midway through the second period and Bertuzzi sealed the victory with 6:25 left in the game.

Detroit's Jimmy Howard made 23 saves.

Rookies Tyler Seguin and Brad Marchand gave the Bruins leads in the first period and Tim Thomas stopped 32 shots for them.

The Red Wings have won two straight, both against Boston, with a combined 10 goals after losing three of four and scoring a total of one goal in those setbacks.

The Bruins had won four of five before their back-to-back losses to the Red Wings.

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