Boston's rivalry with Detroit on the field and on the ice
BOSTON (WHDH) -- While the Sox headed to the Motor City for Game three of the ALCS, the Detroit Red Wings came to Boston, ready for a face-off with the Bruins on Columbus Day.
“That was a fluke last night with Ortiz, completely,” said Greg Young, who says Papi won't do it again.
“I thought it was good up until the 7th and 8th inning…it went downhill real fast,” said Frank Crooker, disappointed Detroit fan.
Detroit fans were overjoyed after Game 1 of course, as disappointed Red Sox fans streamed out of Fenway after midnight on Saturday. However, fortunes quickly changed for Motown fans that ran into a reversal of fortune in Game 2.
Detroit fans remained hopeful that the Red Wings would pull off a win against the Bruins Monday afternoon at the TD Garden.
“Absolutely they have to, it’ll be great [if the Red Wings] win,” said Marsha Young, Red Wings Fan.