Toronto Maple Leafs
The Maple Leafs have won two straight to force a winner-takes-all Game 7 against the Bruins, and even Bruins DieHard doesn’t have much confidence in the home-town team.
Claude Julien likened his Boston Bruins to “Jekyll and Hyde.” So which team will show up for Monday night’s Game 7?
Will Claude Julien finally switch up his underperforming lines? Toucher and Rich ask play-by-play man Dave Goucher for his opinion.
Whether you have 25 years of NHL coaching and playing experience, or whether you started watching hockey last weekend, you know what took place on Sunday night in Toronto.
It was a shift late in the second period that told you all you needed to know about the momentum of this Bruins playoff series against Toronto.
The Bruins will have to overcome some unorthodox travel plans if they hope to win their series against Toronto.
The Maple Leafs scored twice in the third period to beat the Bruins and force a deciding Game 7 in Boston.
Can the Bruins close out their series and move on to the next round? Follow live coverage right here.
The Chicago Blackhawks did it. The Los Angeles Kings did it. Two of the last three Stanley Cup Champions closed out their first round series when the first opportunity arose.
It was funny how during the consolidated regular-season schedule, the Bruins picked one particular slump in March to point to their being tired after so many games in so few days.