While many Bostonians will be distracted by the Red Sox playing in Game 2 of the World Series, San Jose continues it's five game road trip visiting a wicked awesome Bruins squad. (yes that was a bad joke.) To add some spice to this game, a matchup between the Hamilton brothers Dougie and Freddie (as of this posting, both are still on their respective NHL squads.) "We've always talked about [playing against each other], just didn't know what it would really be like," Freddie said. "I guess we might get a chance to find out." Roster changes are expected for San Jose. First of which, is newcomer Mike Brown, who was acquired from Edmonton after Monday night's game against Detroit. Brown is expected to be in the lineup and has a similar role to that of injured forwards Adam Burish and Raffi Torres. Dan Boyle was reportedly heading to Boston to be with his teammates and participate in the morning skate. No word on when Boyle is to return to game play, but to fly cross country after an injury, I'd expect it to be very soon. For Boston, they're returning to Buffalo overnight after a 5-2 win, but the win comes at a cost as they lost Loui Erickson to a headshot charging call to Buffalo goon John Scott. Tuukka Rask got the night off on Wednesday, and is expected to be the starting netminder tonight.