Winter Classic notebook: DeBrusk powers Bruins comeback at Fenway

BOSTON — It seems like a million years ago now, but Jake DeBrusk asked for a trade in summer 2021. 

He didn't get moved, rescinded the ask, and now seems to be on the path to a career year.

In the third Winter Classic of his career, he scored both Boston goals in front of a sellout crowd of more than 39,000 fans at Fenway Park. The 2-1 win pushed the Bruins' home record to 19-0-3. They also don't have a regulation loss in the last 11 games (8-0-3).

DeBrusk, wearing a walking boot during the postgame press conference after taking a shot off the leg in the third period, shrugged off the pain. "That's the nature of the business at the front of the net," he said.

His first goal came with his usual line, alongside Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand, seconds after a power play expired. Pretty standa

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