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Bruins Vs. Maple Leafs: Battered B's Want Better Results in Toronto

The Bruins have not lost a single game to the Leafs so far this season, and they are hoping that trend is the only one that carries on in tonight's game.

We've all seen this movie before.

The Bruins have lost two straight games, and are desperately trying to turn their season around--again. This has been their season for the past couple of months.

Granted, they have had a couple of key injuries along the way, but the B's have been flailing like fish out of water since the middle of January after taking the loss to the Vancouver Canucks.

But, amidst all the calamity since that game, the Bruins have managed to stay afloat, heads above water, without losing three straight games in a row.

They will once again have to fight their way through this one, as they play the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight in Ontario.

Boston enters tonight's game having won every matchup against the Leafs this year, and outscoring them 23-6 in four games.

It will be interesting to see how the new renovated first line will perform tonight, as all three of them--Milan Lucic, David Krejci and Tyler Seguin--are top scorers against the Leafs this year.

The puck drops at 7 p.m. and the game will be broadcast live on NESN and aired on 98.5 The Sports Hub.


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Boston Bruins
@ Toronto Maple Leafs

Tuesday, Mar 6, 2012, 7:00 PM EST
Air Canada Centre

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