Babcock is nothing if not stubborn.
With his three-point effort in Game 1, Pastrnak is now up to nine points. Of course, Marchand was talking about the Plekanec circa 2009-12 roughly, when he was still with the Montreal Canadiens and still interested in playing.
However, instead of cancelling those tickets (as would other teams, such as the Winnipeg Jets), MLSE is charging them a 30-per-cent premium to renew their seasons' seats for next year.
Boston's top line of David Pastrnak (four goals, five assists), Brad Marchand (one goal, five assists) and Patrice Bergeron (five assists) put up an astonishing 20 points through the first six periods of the series while also holding Matthews and Toronto's top unit off the scoresheet. "We're going to be great".
Puck drop will be at approximately at 7:05 pm EST and the game can be found on NBC Sportsnet in the United States and CBC in Canada.
The one bit of encouraging news for the Maple Leafs is they could look towards the series between the Minnesota Wild and Winnipeg Jets for inspiration. "I think people on the outside are getting to know".
The Leafs' defence, while improved, still had the habit of throwing pizzas across the middle of the defensive zone. Look for Colorado's speed to make the difference as the Avs win a game and avoid the sweep.
Komarov was originally hurt in Saturday's Game 2 in Boston.
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Toronto's defense has been sliced and diced, and its penalty kill has been embarrassed by the ferocity and efficiency of the Boston attack. Holden had a goal and five points in 18 regular-season games with the Bruins. James van Riemsdyk, another of the absent ones, scored one of his patented redirects in front of the net at 17:07.
Marleau beat Rask on a 2-on-1 rush with 3:35 left in the third period that ended Boston's hopes of pulling off a comeback.
Boston answered early in the second period, when Adam McQuaid slipped a shot from the point between Frederik Andersen's pads. Additionally, Tomas Plekanec has moved up to the second line to join Patrick Marleau and Mitch Marner. But Andersen committed the cardinal sin for goalies - he let in another softie after his teammates worked mightily to get the lead back. The goal came moments after Andersen made a ridiculous glove save from his belly on David Krejci with Nash and Travis Dermott battling in the blue paint.
Fortunately for the Leafs, Matthews and Nylander stepped forward in the last half of the period with their best work of the series.
The Predators are trying to go up 3-0 against the pesky Avs, as the Ducks try to avoid falling into a 3-0 deficit in the Battle of California. It looks like the Sharks are in control of this series, but if Anaheim can play on even terms for the first half of the game, doubt will creep in for San Jose.
Neither team scored in the third period.
On the offensive side of the ice, Nash, who was suffering from concussion symptoms is back in the lineup. Then he saved a sure goal with two minutes to go, diving backwards to get the blade of his stick on a shot.
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