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16 April 2019, 05:57 | Henrietta Morgan
Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Boston Bruins - 4/15/19 NHL - Playoffs Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Kadri caught Boston Bruins forward Jake DeBrusk with a cross-check to the head with around six minutes remaining in the third period of Game 2.
DeBrusk said postgame he underwent a series of tests after leaving the game and is waiting for the results before he learns if he can play Monday in Game 3.
Especially since those hockey talents make him so valuable that the Maple Leafs cannot afford to lose him when he inevitably does resort to those shenanigans that get him removed from the lineup. He's not the first or the last to lose his temper and get his stick into the face of an opponent. "We've had guys out at times all year long". We liked our game in Game 1, felt real good about yourself.
The game requires you to play with high emotion, and to think that someone can play that way, and then suddenly, when things get a bit insane, exhibit the emotional control necessary to turn the other cheek is ridiculous. The Bruins had it.
The crowd was electric before the national anthems were played, thanks to the presence of recently retired New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who waved the fan banner in a pregame ceremony that had the building rocking. In the first period, the two mixed it up and received offsetting minors.
That physical play took its toll on the Maple Leafs, physically and emotionally, as the game wore on.
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Toronto's Nazem Kadri has been suspended for the remainder of the First Round for Cross-checking Boston's Jake DeBrusk. DeBrusk nailed Marleau in the play that lead to the Kadri cross check.
The Boston Bruins tied the Calgary Flames for the 2nd most points in the league this year, but they did not play well down the stretch and they went out and lost game one on their home ice by a score of 4-1. Kadri was assessed a major penalty and a game misconduct after the hit. The NHL had the option to suspend him for more than five games. "We'll get that figured out and go from there". The Bruins won 4-1, outshot the Maple Leafs 41-31, and had a 44-39 advantage in hits. Boston has scored five goals and allowed five. Things won't come easy for the Bruins in this one though as they have struggled to find a way to win in recent trips to Toronto as they are 2-7 in their last 9 trips to the Ontario capital and they are just 1-5 in their last 6 playoff games as an underdog which are two trends favoring the Buds in this one. "It's going to be the same game plan, the level's just going to be ramped up because it's playoffs".
Matthews, who had one goal against Boston a year ago, one of the many reasons the young Leafs died in the first round, showed up when he had to at home, after the Bruins ran the Leafs out of TD Garden in Game 2. They entered the third period with a 3-2 lead, and were able to protect that against a Bruins team that can be quite unsafe. "So the way I look at it is we can't worry about that now, just have to move on".
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