The Adjustment for the Boston Bruins: After losing Game 1, the Boston Bruins came out and played a complete, physical game Sunday afternoon to even the series. Now, Claude Julien shouldn't want his team to change a thing. The Bruins coach said, via ESPNBoston.com's Joe McDonald, "It's important for us to really grasp what we did tonight and really bottle that up and know that's what it's going to take to beat this team."
The Adjustment for the Detroit Red Wings: Mike Babcock's team allowed itself to get involved in the physical side of the game Sunday. The Detroit Red Wings aren't built to match Boston's big men, and the results are predictable. Babcock will insist that Detroit returns to its intelligent possession style in Game 3.
Is It Too Late? The Detroit Red Wings won a split on the road, and that's a big accomplishment for the underdog. If they can return to their disciplined play of Game 1, there's a chance they'll knock off the heavy favorites. If the Bruins play as they did Sunday, Detroit is in trouble.