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Maple Leafs force Game 7

Maple Leafs force Game 7

On the final empty-net goal in the Maple Leafs' 3-1 win over the Bruins, Bowen ended the call by belting out, "We're going to Boston, baby!" "This is a big win for us after an emotional day".

"We're fortunate to live in such a fantastic city with great first responders, and the work they've done", Babcock said during his postgame media availability. "But you want to come in here tonight and make sure we played the game we wanted to, and I think we did".

William Nylander beat him at 1:37 to tie the game 35 seconds after Jake Debrusk opened the scoring for Boston. Just one day after saying he didn't think his team was having problems generating offense (the Bruins scored on three of 45 shots in Game 5), Bruce Cassidy chose to weaken his offense by scratching Danton Heinen and replacing him with Tommy Wingels.

But the moment has been years in the making for majority, dating back to well before the Leafs overcame deficits of 2-0 and 3-1 in the best-of-seven series to force a deciding Game 7 in Boston. "Give them an extra kiss 'cause I know I will, 'cause you just never know anymore".

The Toronto Maple Leafs have forced a Game 7 in their first round National Hockey League playoff series against the Boston Bruins after skating to a nail-biting 3-1 victory Monday night at Air Canada Centre. After going 4 for 8 with a man advantage in the first two games, the Blue Jackets were 0 for 16 in the last four. "We've just to keep going, I think that's the only thing".

Toronto feels the same way.

TORONTO (AP) - The Toronto Maple Leafs won this one for their city. "It makes you motivated and makes you want to go in there and play well".

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There was a moment of silence observed before the opening faceoff at Air Canada Centre to honor the 10 people killed Monday when a van rode up on a sidewalk in Toronto's north end and struck multiple pedestrians.

Boston was ahead 3-1 against Toronto before dropping back-to-back games, including Game 5 at TD Garden.

Head coach for the Boston Bruins Bruce Cassidy said he hopes his team is ready for Wednesday night.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims, their families, the first responders and to all of those affected. That's pressure to me, that's real-life pressure", he said. That's what it's all about. "There is a certain level of trust you have in your players that have gotten you this far, Danton Heinen's one of those". Will it be the Raptors, or the Leafs game. In 5-on-5 play, they'd generated 126 shot attempts to Toronto's 70.

Game 7 is Wednesday in Boston. Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara will be playing in his 12th career Game 7 - the most for any active player, and just one shy of the record held by Patrick Roy and Scott Stevens.

Two second-period goals from Capitals star Alex Ovechkin proved decisive, handing Washington a 3-1 lead after the Blue Jackets' Nick Foligno had cancelled out Dmitry Orlov's opener for the Caps.

In the West, the pairings are Vegas against San Jose and Winnipeg against Nashville.


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