Don't look now but the red hot Boston Bruins have suddenly lost two in a row. Friday night it was a 4-2 loss to the lowly Detroit Red Wings.

After losing to Montreal earlier in the week, the Bruins scored in the first minute on a David Krejci goal.

But never led again all night.

The Wings scored three straight goals, two of them on the powerplay. Robbie Fabbri, just acquired in trade, scored two of the goals.

A late game powerplay goal from Torey Krug got the B's and made it a one goal game but Detroit added an empty netter at the the end.

Tuukka Rask made 28 saves on 31 shots. Wings goalie Jonathan Bernier made 26 saves.

The Bruins play the Philadelphia Flyers next on Sunday night.