Bruins beat Maple Leafs 4-2, take series lead in Game 3

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After his team’s Game 3 defeat to the Bruins, Sheldon Keefe, the coach of the Maple Leafs, expresses his opinions about the officiating against Brad Marchand.

Bruins beat Maple Leafs 4-2
Bruins beat Maple Leafs 4-2

Toronto — — The Boston Bruins defeated the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2 on Wednesday night to grab a 2-1 lead in their first-round playoff series. Brad Marchand broke a tie halfway through the third period.
With 8:35 remaining, Todd Bertuzzi knotted the score for Toronto; 28 seconds later, Marchard gave the Bruins the lead again. Ilya Samsonov, the goalie, was beaten by a shot that he took after receiving a pass from Danton Heinen. Marchand had an assist in addition to capping the scoring with an empty-net goal.

Marchand stated, “We stuck with it the entire game.” “We reached a higher aircraft.”

The agitated actions of Marchand had the Maple Leafs in a fury.

Marchand’s skills as a player are exceptional, according to Toronto coach Sheldon Keefe. ” He is spent sufficient time in the league to obtain calls.

. The way it works is truly rather unbelievable. We must persevere through that.
With Toronto leading 1-0 in the second period, Marchand got tangled up with Bertuzzi. Trent Frederic scored the game-tying goal seconds after the referees ignored the raucous Scotiabank Arena crowd’s cries for a penalty.
Keefe remarked, “I don’t think any other player in this series gets away with taking out Bertuzzi’s legs the way that he does.” He is an expert at this art. We need to navigate that on our own.

Boston also had a goal from Jake DeBrusk, while Jeremy Swayman made 28 saves. After making 35 saves in Boston’s 5-1 victory in the first game, Swayman was replaced by Linus Ullmark in Toronto’s 3-2 triumph in the second.
Toronto also had a goal from Matthew Knies, while Samsonov made 30 saves. After going 0 for 5 on the power play, Toronto finished the series 1 for 11.
“We performed well at times,” Keefe remarked. “Not proficient enough to win.”

The best-of-seven series’ fourth game takes place at Scotiabank Arena on Saturday night.
With little over two minutes remaining, Toronto withdrew Samsonov for an extra attacker; however, with 1:04 remaining, Maple Leafs captain John Tavares was given a holding penalty, and Marchand secured the victory with an empty-net goal.

With 6:50 remaining in the second, the Maple Leafs took the lead. Skillfully sidestepping a defender, Mitch Marner slipped a pass for Knies to reroute upstairs on Swayman.
With 2:23 remaining in the half, Frederic’s shot bounced off the miss and in, tying the score for Boston. At 1:07 of the third, DeBrusk gave Boston a 2-1 lead.

 

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