Up Next: The Maple Leafs and Bruins now get two days off before Game 4, which happens Thursday night at 7:00 p.m.at Air Canada Centre. "You can trust him without the puck, you can trust him to play against good players". But the collective understanding among Leafs on Saturday morning was that bemoaning Kadri's loss would not help carve into the obvious discrepancy between the first-round opponents following the one-sided series opener.
"We'll look at it again". They were tight on us and we have to battle through and be better and find a way to create a little more.
For the Bruins, very little hasn't gone their way.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are probably pretty relieved to be out of Boston. David Krejci, Rick Nash, Jake DeBrusk and Kevan Miller also scored - the second straight game the Bruins had five different players with goals. Meanwhile, Frederik Andersen has allowed eight goals on 45 shots before pulled in Game 2.
"Clearly, it's going to give them motivation when you keep them off the score sheet".
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"I know what I came for here, why I got traded for, and I'm trying to do the best I can".
The Bruins opened the third period opened with four great power play scoring chances, but nothing to show for it. Adam McQuaid left to the dressing room after taking a puck to the neck. Moore sat out the first two games of the series as a healthy scratch.
The Leafs sealed it with 3:35 left when Marleau scored his second of the night on a 2-on-1 rush for the 70th playoff goal of the veteran winger's career. Toronto defenceman Ron Hainsey has been relied on heavily, playing 10:59 on the penalty kill in two games.
"(Let's) get a couple wins without him, then welcome him back", said Jake Gardiner, optimistically. "Because they will - they'll go for those stretches, those breakaways, it's nearly kind of like you cheat the game a little".
It was a rough night for the Bruins first line as Bergeron, and Pastrnak finished at -2, and Brad Marchand finished at -3. The Leafs knew Boston's top line would be hard to stop, but have been blindsided by its talent all series.
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He's got to go for the win and needs to start with two strikers up top as Southampton have looked toothless with just one up top.
Before I bet a line I think is questionable, I always try to deduce what the catch might be. Sometimes, as in the case of the Marleau goal, it costs them. "I'm sure we can fix that".
Dominic Moore moved to the fourth line while former Montreal player Plekanec moved onto the shut down line to deal with the Bergeron line. "We had some confidence coming back on home ice with how we played to finish the regular season".
Two nights after setting all kinds of Bruins and National Hockey League records with a six-point game and finishing the night in a shower of hats, Pastrnak probably needed to be showered in ice packs. "Whoever puts on our sweater is good enough".
"Look, we were outplayed for two games, certainly", Maple Leafs defenseman Ron Hainsey said. "Every player says that when you're in the game more you feel much better about yourself, you're more confident", said Plekanec.
"Obviously, the first two games didn't go as planned", said Bozak.
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The Leafs went back ahead 43 seconds later when Marner fed Marleau, but the Bruins responded again on another goal Andersen will want back when Chara rifled a shot off his mask and in from an impossible angle at 6:19. So, to me, we have a game at home, that's all that really matters and that's what I talked about [Monday].
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