Bruins seek to rebound in Game 4 against Toronto

Bruins seek to rebound in Game 4 against Toronto

"First couple games we had a couple bounces go our way, tonight we didn't", Marchand said.

"They scored a goal that was offside (in Game 1), we didn't have the (evidence in time), we didn't (challenge)". It makes the rest more meaningful because they did not spend the day fretting about their situation. Instead, with their backs against the wall, the Leafs prevailed, largely due to a spectacular, show-stealing performance by Maple Leafs netminder Frederik Andersen.

Bruins forward, David Pastrnak scored 6 points in game 2, breaking Wayne Gretzky's record for youngest player to ever do that in a playoff game.

And when the Bruins forward completed the hat trick, faking out a second goalie with a forehand deke before sliding the puck between his legs, it was just one more chance for the Boston fans to celebrate his playoff coming-out party.

The 2017 Calder Trophy Memorial victor went on to score four goals and record five overall points through the remaining four games. "You have to make sure you stick with it".

"I think everyone knows how we need to play to be successful".

SPECIAL TEAMS - Toronto had the second-best power play (25 per cent) and 11th-ranked penalty kill (81.4) in the regular season while Boston had the fourth-best power play (23.5) and finished second in killing penalties (83.7).

Marleau's second goal made the score 4-2 after a stretch pass while the Bruins were pressing for the equalizer.

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San Jose has won two games in Anaheim and come home with a huge advantage. "I know we won, but letting them stick around can be unsafe the more games you get into a series".

"Look, we were outplayed for two games, certainly", Maple Leafs defenseman Ron Hainsey said.

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This time, though, mistakes such as fat passes across the middle in their own end did not turn into Boston goals on Monday night.

His name sitting comfortably at the top of that list, Auston Matthews responded in a big way. "They've been getting a little too much time and they're too skilled to do that". Usually as a coach, when a referee makes a call and they make it, you kind of live with it because it's decisive. But I think we're in a great spot to get it back. Komarov is uncertain to dress Monday because of the injury suffered in Saturday's 7-3 loss. "Ideally, our confidence will get back and we can play the way we've played all year". But I don't fault the effort. When I looked up, I saw him, and you just try to get it to him. "Whoever puts on our sweater is good enough".

However, while Toronto got taken apart in its first two games, the Avs were quite competitive against the NHL's best regular-season team.

Of course, the Maple Leafs' physical play wasn't the only part of their turnaround in Toronto.

They found ways to connect on their chances - James van Riemsdyk outmuscled Zdeno Chara for real estate in front of Tuukka Rask on the first goal and with the tone set, the Leafs capitalized on what felt like every single Boston miscue at the attacking blue line or neutral zone (and there were more than a few) - and the B's did not. "We just have to be able to counter it with better checking and adjustments in terms of their transition game". "Its more about chipping pucks in and then we can go back and get some clean breakouts for our team". We control what happens.