Found October 20, 2011 on Beantown Banter:
  The Bruins fell behind early tonight, but the power play unit picked up the slack for a change to lead Boston to a 6-2 win over the previously unbeaten (in regulation) Toronto Maple Leafs. Dave Steckel fired a shot past Tim Thomas at 7:29 of the first period to give Toronto a temporary 1-0 lead, but after Benoit Pouliot drew an interference call on Toronto, Nathan Horton netted his second goal of the season on the ensuing power play to tie it at one. Six minutes later, Zdeno Chara fired a bomb past Jonas Gustavsson to give Boston their first lead of the night. Chris Kelley scored on a rebound a little over a minute later to give Boston a two goal lead at the end of the first frame. After a scoreless second, the onslaught continued when Milan Lucic scored his first goal of the season at 2:08 of the third to push the lead to 4-1 in favor of the Black & Gold. Patrice Bergeron and Tyler Seguin each added a third period goal, and Mikhail Grabovsky scored for Toronto to make the fin...
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