No booing from the Red Wings fans after this game.

Nothing but loud cheers Sunday, as the Red Wings defeated Boston 4-2, sweeping the back-to-back series.

It was quite the change for the Wings, who were booed off the Joe Louis Arena ice after recent losses to Nashville and Columbus.

But two impressive victories over the Bruins seems to have gotten the Wings back on track.

"Hopefully this is a trend," said Todd Bertuzzi, who had his second consecutive two-goal game, something the Wings hope also becomes a trend. "We had a couple of stinkers, but that's the nature of sports."

Bertuzzi's second goal, off a nice 2-on-1 pass from Johan Franzen at 13:35 of the third period, gave the Wings a 4-2 lead.

The Wings killed off a late Franzen tripping penalty, goalie Jimmy Howard stopped 23 shots (10 in the third period) and the Wings (34-16-6, 74 points) were able to enjoy a pleasant Sunday.

"We did a real good job," Wings coach Mike Babcock said. "We got better as the game went on. The first seven or eight minutes, I didn't think we were as good. But we still did lots of good things, battled hard and we shot the puck and got on top of their defense.