Publicado: Lun, Abril 15, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Bruins defeat Leafs 4-1 to even up first round playoff series

Bruins defeat Leafs 4-1 to even up first round playoff series

Boston then went ahead on another Toronto defensive miscue at 16:04 when Muzzin whiffed on the puck with his glove in the neutral zone.

The 28-year-old has been offered an in-person hearing, which gives the league the option to suspend him for six games or more. Babcock said. "We know every series is going to be ultra-competitive". We are going to play our game that worked for us in Game 1.

Several Maple Leafs players made available after Saturday's game said they did not see Kadri's hit on DeBrusk from a proper angle and therefore did not want to comment on it.

"There's a decision to be made", coach Bruce Cassidy said.

Kadri also missed time against Boston in the playoffs past year for a hit against Tommy Wingels. Babcock said. "There's lots of things in the last game that we need to upgrade on".

Before five minutes had elapsed, the Bruins scored off a tenacious forecheck when David Backes, a healthy scratch for Game 1, centred to Charlie Coyle, who beat Frederik Andersen at 4:44.

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Unfortunately, it doesn't help the Leafs when the Bruins are able to get away with plays what should be called for penalties. Kadri and John Tavares were denied on a Leafs' power play, and Zach Hyman hit the post as the visitors tried to respond. Pastrnak promptly fed a no-look-behind-the-back pass on a 2-on-1 to Marchand, who delayed before sliding a shot through Andersen's pads as Boston led 24-12 in shot attempts after one.

Muzzin rocked Torey Krug with a crunching hit at the side boards in the second period, sending the Bruins defenceman to the dressing room, from where he did not return.

Kadri was briefly injured on a separate play late in the second period after he took a knee-on-knee hit from DeBrusk.

Kadri returned in the third period and scored Toronto's lone goal. Now, maybe in the end, when you look at it and it says 4-0 or 4-1, you didn't think it was competitive, but usually every game is ultra-competitive. All three are scheduled to travel to Toronto, but forward Marcus Johansson, who missed Game 2 because of an illness, remains sick and could travel on his own Monday.

Kadri broke Rask's shutout bid on a deflection at 10:44, but in a moment of madness cross-checked DeBrusk after the Bruins winger hit Patrick Marleau into the curved glass at the end of the bench.

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