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Posted: 11/8/2013 1:43:17 AM

Away: Toronto [11-5 SU]
Home: Boston [9-5 SU]

Game Time: 7:00 PM
Stadium: TD Banknorth Garden

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Team Leaders:

Toronto:
Goals: Phil Kessel 10
Assists: Cody Franson 10
Goals Against: Jonathan Bernier 2.17

Boston:
Goals: Milan Lucic 7
Assists: David Krejci 12
Goals Against: Tuukka Rask 1.68

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Posted: 11/9/2013 12:05:30 PM
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Posted: 11/9/2013 2:34:04 PM
Well now shall it be redemption time for the Maple Leafs ????
I'm not buying it. I don't think Toronto ever expected a hard fought win with the Devils last night. It's obvious the B's figured out how to beat Toronto but the question is can the maintain the winning ways. Until Toronto proves me otherwise my bet is on Beantown. 
                                           
               Boston 4 - Toronto 2
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Posted: 11/9/2013 3:56:29 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by BostonForever:

Well now shall it be redemption time for the Maple Leafs ????
I'm not buying it. I don't think Toronto ever expected a hard fought win with the Devils last night. It's obvious the B's figured out how to beat Toronto but the question is can the maintain the winning ways. Until Toronto proves me otherwise my bet is on Beantown. 
                                           
               Boston 4 - Toronto 2

they knew they were going to have a tough game last night there top two centers were out... and i believe there out again tonight...when leafs are healthy ill consider siding with them
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Posted: 11/9/2013 4:39:12 PM
I live in Massachusetts, love my B's...don't miss a game..but im not a homer im a gambler & realist. B's have not found their game yet this year which for them means Defensive break downs allowing tons of odd man rushes which is out of character for them. we were so lucky to get past a faster more skilled leafs team last year, thanks to reimer & lack of leadership. I LOVE the LEAFS in this spot. the addition of Clarkson is huuuge the guy is awesome, not on the stat sheet but the leadership, class & playing the right way.  the leafs have had this game circled since schedule was released. bruins lost at home vs Vancouver in first meeting the year after the cup. multiple fights, 4 puss canucks jumped thornton (typical) for that canucks team. the blood will spill tonight which the B's are always willing to take part in.... the leafs will win this game with out a doubt. they have to prove something to themselves & Clarkson wont let them lose focus. Bozak is significant but they still have twice the speed we do, & much more skill up front than the Bs. I expect 5 fights and a 4-2 win by leafs, but bruins win fights 3-2 BOL fellas
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