There was plenty of action and lots of hard hits, but only one goal scored and it was the visiting Red Wings that walk away with a Game One win.

Neither team had an overwhelming amount of scoring chances. The Bruins actually had one more shot on goal than Detroit at 25-24.

Pavel Datsyuk scored with just 3:01 left in regulation

 Here's how the call went on Detroit's WXYT from Ken Kal.
Bruins coach Claude Julien said it was just tough playoff hockey.
Game Two is Easter Sunday at 3. WBSM's pre-game coverage will begin at 2:30 p.m.