Bruins Win Game 3 Against the Maple Leafs

Brad Marchand’s decisive goal in the third period was a nail-biting moment, shifting the game’s momentum in favor of the Boston Bruins. As a result, the Bruins win Game 3 against the Toronto Maple Leafs, propelling them to a 2-1 lead in the series. The tension was palpable as Todd Bertuzzi scored for the Maple Leafs with just 8:35 minutes left, leveling the score at 2-2.

However, 28 seconds later, Marchand helped the Bruins gain the lead. He received Danton Heinen’s pass and shot the puck past goalkeeper Ilya Samsonov. According to bookie software experts, he had an assist to help the Bruins win 4-2 in Game 3.

The Maple Leafs were furious due to Marchand’s disruptive behavior. Marchand and Bertuzzi got entangled in the second period while Toronto was up 1-0. A furious Scotiabank Arena audience demanded a penalty, but the officials ignored them, and Trent Frederic equalized moments later.

Bruins Win Game 3

Bruins Win Game 3 Against the Maple LeafsJake DeBrusk’s two goals led Boston, and goalie Jeremy Swayman made 28 stops. In Game 1, Boston won 5-1, and Swayman had 35 saves. In Game 2, Toronto beat Boston 3-2, and Swayman was benched. Matthew Knies scored for Toronto, and Samsonov stopped 30 shots. The Leafs’ power play went cold, going 0-for-5 and dropping their series lead to 1-11.

Just over two minutes remain, and Toronto sent in Samsonov as an extra attacker. However, Maple Leafs captain John Tavares was called for a holding penalty with 1:04 remaining, and Marchand scored the game-winning goal in the empty net.

As the second period ended, the Maple Leafs scored first. Mitch Marner slipped a pass past a defender, and Knies skillfully redirected it for Swayman to score upstairs. With 2 minutes and twenty-three seconds remaining in the first period, Boston knotted the score when Frederic’s shot rebounded off the post and into the game. When DeBrusk scored at 1:07 of the third, Boston took a 2-1 lead. On Saturday night, the best-of-seven series will continue with Game 4 at Scotiabank Arena. Make sure you are ready to bet on hockey before the game.

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