The Bruins have looked great in two games against the Maple Leafs and have two wins to show for it. They didn’t play well in the other game, however, and all the games count just the same in the end.
That makes Wednesday night’s Game 4 all the more significant, since Toronto can knot things up at two games apiece with a win despite not looking like the better team for most of the series. After the Leafs bounced back well in Game 2, the Bruins should be out to make sure the same thing doesn’t happen again.
NESN Nation’s Dan Duquette has more in the above video.
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