TORONTO – Until they meet again.
On Saturday, it was the final series of Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins.
Boston won 3-2, but the home team had enough chances, but at that time they kept up the pace, but they were not surprised, Frederick Andersen (despite the fact that he was excluded from the injuries to the flu).
"I think Bostok makes a fast match," says Leafs coach Mike Babcock, Bruins attack and the gap between Nashville and Minnesota.
"They are based on a group of fronts that really adjust their tone, they have a lot to do with their power, I have a couple of really up-to-the-block bikers, but they're good at defending it and they make you hard.
"In terms of style, this style seems to me to be the perfect one to say the truth."
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Motivation with his troops?
Thanks to Bertsolaritza, many of Bergeron and Co.'s other versions could be on the cards?
"This year we were better off," said Mitch Marner.
"It's a tough match against Boston," added Andreas Johnsson. "It's a bit of extra sensation."
Toronto lost high risk in the first half, but his nemesis, Babcock proved strikes on direct strikes.
David Krejci pulled out the first blood with the right half-clapper circle and Chris Wagner crossed the ball on the screen to unlock Michael Hutchinson's vision.
Johnsson's second problem was that Tuukka Rask could not afford to work with Auston Matthews. Johnsson's goal, his tenth, was the result of one of the many heavy and long cycle circuits at the end of the visitors. After all, Leafs is the center of practice.
"This year we got better with us," Matthews said earlier, emphasizing the need to make decisions. "When we are our best when we are not turning over pucks and giving the transition [opportunities]because it's because we're trying to make the other team.
"Sometimes we have to be simple, especially those with a good defensive defense. Puck moves well and many of them are harder to get back to the puck.
Mitch Marner was diverted from the right-hand corner, and his inner passion went back to the former power of the Leafs game's first game, and Rask won a half-hearted attack but was not blocked.
In Marner's 17th edition, Matthews-free top unit and Leafs's first male advantage were successful in six matches.
Sean Kuraly two years later won a wrist with a wrist, when Bruins 'first-class forecheck was in charge of Leafs' billing.
Leaf killer David Pastrna retrieved lead from Boston and scored a few winds in Scotiabank Arena, missing 13.7 ticks in the second position, jumped over the bench to gain the benefits of the responsible forecheck Nikita Zaitsev Kuraly. .
Toronto tries to hold on to it in a wonderful and wonderful third, but could not re-solve Rask.
The brittle enemy division gave us a sudden teeter-totter.
A shame, two legitimate figures will not get from one another to another post-season, when they are preparing wise bets, in the 1st Round of Atlantic Cup.
"I'm with you," agrees Babcock, who prefers his trials tough. "You want to play 10 games or something, you can play as many games as possible."