Maple Leafs host Bruins for Game 3

Maple Leafs host Bruins for Game 3

Maple Leafs host Bruins for Game 3

And hammering Leafs netminder Frederik Andersen for 42 shots in the losing effort, the Bruins did everything but tie this game up when it mattered most.

Mixing the running and gunning that was not seen in the first two games of this National Hockey League playoff series with lots of close calls in their own end, the Leafs took a 4-2 win Monday night. The Bruins were unable to execute and they were beaten by the Maple Leafs. They had an excellent year, they are loaded with speed and they have a lot of pride.

The Bruins' power play - a ridiculous 5 for 10 in the series coming in - got its first opportunity early in the third only to see Pastrnak hit the post. Key players such Auston Matthews, William Nylander, and Patrick Marleau have been held pointless. That carried over into the second period, too. It was the type of goal that has defined Matthews in his young career with a nose for the net and a quick release in traffic.

"I thought our top line was fine for the most part", Cassidy said. Some of it is when you're pressing, but still, at the end of the day yeah, they can be better.

Moore, the veteran center, will suit up for the first time this series to take Plekanec's usual spot on the fourth line.

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"Just a mature guy, knows how to play, played well defensively, was good in the faceoff circle, Mitchy and Patty were fast and hard and so we spent way more time in the offensive zone". "We've got some work to do and can continue to improve and we can try to change the story". "We had our legs, we were playing the right way".

The Colorado Avalanche return home after dropping the first two games of their series with the Presidents' Trophy-winning Nashville Predators on the road.

"I've done it before (played the matchup role) and it's one game right now", Plekanec said.

Matthews exploded once he double-checked the puck was indeed rattling inside the Boston Bruins' net - and that he hadn't suffered a Kasperi Kapanen-like fate.

Toronto bounced back after two big losses in Boston, and the B's now have a two games to one lead in the best-of-seven series. And if they didn't... well, we've already established what that would have made them. "We got the puck in our hands quickly". "Really good for us".

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Auston Matthews finally got going and scored what would be the game-winner late in the second period while the Bruins' top line, so explosive in the first two games, was held off the scoresheet.

Boston was left fuming after centre Riley Nash was ruled to have put fired the puck directly over the glass for a delay of game penalty with just over three minutes left in the first, even though television replays suggested otherwise.

In particular, Cassidy felt that since the officials gathered at centre ice to discuss the call there was some confusion. When a referee makes a call you kind of live with it because it's decisive.

"I think if it happened against us I'd say the same thing".

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In a 2-0 hole and needing Andersen to step up in the worst possible way, the Maple Leafs netminder had a ideal opening frame before briefly turning into Swiss cheese during a three-minute span in the second. Andersen surrendered weak goals to both Adam McQuaid (a modest shot from the point that went through him) and a brutal angle shot from Zdeno Chara ...

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