Killer B’s! Boston Bruins Win Season Series Against Toronto Maple Leafs

December 3rd, 2011 by Cory Ducey Leave a reply »
The Toronto Maple Leafs head to Boston for their fourth meeting against the Boston Bruins.

So far this season, the Bruins have won all three meetings rather convincingly, outscoring them 19-5 and look to feed on a very successful November, having won 25 of a possible 26 points.

James Reimer, Toronto's starting goalie, was finally back between the pipes after a lengthy recovery from concussion-like symptoms. The Leafs are looking to their young net minder to make the difference...that and their Dad's.

Several Dad's of the Leafs' roster were in attendance, and they looked to cheer on their sons to victory.

Reimer was playing solid as the Bruins sent down a relentless amount of pressure. Bruins Captain Zdeno Chara was matched up with former Bruin Phil Kessel.

Kessel was going into Boston for the 16th time as the league's top scorer and points leader, with only two goals and six assists for eight points.

It took 14 minutes and 20 seconds to beat Reimer in his first game back, as the Leafs turned over the puck and left Nathan Horton all by himself behind the goal line. Horton got the puck and plenty of time to line up Dav ...

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