Sunday, March 20, 2011

Nothing like watching the Bruins get crushed

It was a good game for Leaf Nation as the fleet footed Maple Leafs blew by the Bruins for an easy 5-2 win. The Leaf game is best demonstrated by the rush by Luke Schenn who blew by the stationary Adam McQuaid who made Schenn look like Bobby Orr on the play.

Ironically McQuaid scored the next goal and then had a hand in the Leaf's next goal by having Nazem Kadri's wrist shot go off his arm for Kadri's first NHL goal.

Of course as is the case with almost every Leaf win, James Reimer was brilliant. Reimer stopped 35 shots and was the game's first star.

There was a lovely tribute to Tomas Kaberle who indicated that the game was much more emotional for him than he had anticipated. He was largely invisible during the game.

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