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The Bruins have a bit of a hole to dig themselves out of in Game 4, but it’s not due to a lack of scoring chances. Boston had 15 shots in the first period against James Reimer and the Leafs, but weren’t able to find the back of the net on any of them. That left them with a 2-0 deficit, and a Catch-22 proposition for the offense. How can they keep peppering a visibly shaky Reimer with shots without allowing him to settle down and gain confidence turning away all those shots? NESN Nation’s Dan Duquette has more. Join NESN Nation: In-game home page | Twitter | Facebook

James Reimer’s Family Exhibits Stress of Overtime Playoff Hockey (Animation)

Sudden-death overtime is nerve-wracking enough if you’re a hockey fan, but that stress is multiplied tenfold if one of your family members is on the ice. And if that family member is the goalie? Forget about it. That was evident on the faces of Maple Leafs netminder James Reimer‘s family, who could hardly bear to watch as Reimer’s Leafs fell to the Bruins 4-3 in the extra session...

The hostile stare down between Elisha Cuthbert and Reimer’s wife that wasn’t (video)

In a classic case of “Much Ado About Nothing,” Elisha Cuthbert, the gorgeous actress girlfriend of Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Dion Phaneuf, and April Reimer, the beautiful wife of Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer, appeared to be setting the stage of a WAG-on-WAG cat fight for the ages when the two appeared to engage in an ultimate stare down during at the conclusion of...

Did Leafs' ladies battle in stands?

All hell almost broke loose in Toronto on Wednesday. First the city's beloved Maple Leafs lost in overtime to the Bruins, putting the team down 3-1 in the first-round series in the Stanley Cup playoffs. And then ... oh, the drama! Team captain Dion Phaneuf's fiancee, actress Elisha Cuthberth, and the wife of goalie James Reimer, April, seemed to have a vicious stare-down...

Dion Phaneuf's WAG Elisha Cuthbert involved in staredown with James Reimer's WAG

Toronto Maple Leaf Dion Phaneuf's late penalty led to a game-winning goal on goalie James Reimer. Dion's fiancé Elisha Cuthbert was sitting right behind Reimer's wife. April Reimer later... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

James Reimer’s Wife Gives Dion Phaneuf’s Fiance Death Stare After Bruins GWG In Game 4

Dion Phaneuf went for a big hit that wound up leading to a Bruins breakout that eventually materialized in David Krejci’s game-winning overtime goal in Game 4. Realizing this, James Reimer’s wife was caught on camera giving the death stare to Phaneuf’s fiance, actress Elisha Cuthbert, immediately following the Bruins’ game-winner. Cuthbert appeared to be less than enthused...

April Reimer and Elisha Cuthbert’s misunderstood stare down

After Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Dion Phaneuf made a horrible pinch in the offensive zone in overtime, the Boston Bruins went down on an odd-man rush and Bruins forward David Krejci scored the game-winning goal on James Reimer.  The goal that Reimer let in was particularly weak, and the reaction from his wife April Reimer and Phaneuf’s fiance Elisha Cuthbert seemed like it...

The Reimers And Phaneufs Will Still Be Breaking Holiday Bread

((HT: Sportsnet/CBC)) At least, the HQ doesn't think so... It was Phaneuf's attempted kill shot of the Bruins Nathan Horton which resulted in the game-winning goal in last night's Leafs loss in overtime to Boston. As is CBC's custom, the "Hockey Night in Canada" crew had a camera fixed on Leafs' goalie James Reimer's wife, April, and his...
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